||Dresden, , Sachsen, Germany 
||New Hamburg, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|editor - Hamburger Beobachter |
||, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|associate coroner |
||Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|councillor - Kitchener |
||surgeon American Civil War |
||Theodore Legler |
||Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana, United States 
||Oakland, Alameda, California, USA 
|physician and surgeon |
|Eby ID Number
||14 Apr 1908
||San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA
||15 Mar 2017 |
||Louisa Auguste Pfeifer, b. 1828, , Germany , d. 4 Aug 1881, Oakland, Alameda, California, USA |
| ||1. Henry Gustav Louis Emil Legler, b. 21 Dec 1855, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Ernst August Hugo Legler, b. 23 May 1858, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. Gustav Theodor Legler, b. 5 Oct 1859, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
- Dr. Legler Dies at Extreme Age
Laden With Years, Well Known Practitioner Passes to His Last Rest
OAKLAND, April 14 - Dr. Henry T. Legler, former county physician of Alameda county and one of the oldest medical practitioners in California, died this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.L. Ghirardelli, 1147 Popira Street. Death resulted from extreme old age.
Dr. Legler was born in Dresden, Germany, in 1819. He came to this country in his early youth and served with distinction as a surgeon throughout the civil war. He came to Oakland in 1875 and soon acquired a large practice in his profession. His prominence in the medical world procured for him in 1881 the appointment as county physician in charge of the receiving hospital. He held this position 10 years.
Three children survive Dr. Legler. They are Louis H. Legler of Evansville, Ind.; Hugo Legler of San Francisco, and Mrs. J.L. Ghirardelli of Oakland. The funeral, which will be held Thursday morning from the Ghirardelli residence, will be private. Interment will take place in Mountain View Cemetery.1a
1aSan Francisco Call 15 Apr 1908.
The Hamburger Beobachter was published in New Hamburg by Martin Rudolph. It was originally published in Preston as Der Canadische Beobachter, starting in 1848, but the venture failed in 1850. Rudolph moved to New Hamburg and initiated the Hamburger Beobachter on 16 January 1852.
Franz Joseph Egenter who took over from Rudolph in 1854 to tried to save the paper from bankruptcy. He stayed only a year. In February 1855. George W. Eby became the owner of the Hamburger Beobachter, and Henry Theodore Legler became editor. In June 1855, it was sold to Peter Eby of Berlin. and Dr Legler departed. In August 1856, it suddenly ceased publication.
- [S6] Church Records - ON, Waterloo - Bindeman, F. W. - Card Index Kitchener Public Library.
Ernst August Hugo s/o Theodore & Auguste Pfeiffer born 23 May 1858, bapt. 22 Aug 1858, sponsors: Dr. Ernst Koefsch, Hugo Kranz
- [S1639] Census - U.S. Census Population Schedule, 1880 10th Census, District: 9 , Sheet Number and Letter: 174D , GS Film Number: 1254061 , Digital Folder Number: 004239973 , Image Number: 00354 Oakland, Alameda, California, United States.
- [S7] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - Berliner Journal (1859-1917), 12 Mar 1868.
Feb. 18, 1868 Anna Rudolph, daughter of Martin Rudolph, Egmondville, and Eugen Kappler, in Dr. Legler's house, by Rev. Rank, Evansville, Ind.
|Birth - 1819 - Dresden, , Sachsen, Germany
|Occupation - editor - Hamburger Beobachter - 1855 - New Hamburg, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Occupation - associate coroner - 1857 - , Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Elected Office - councillor - Kitchener - 1859 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Residence - 1868 - Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana, United States
|Occupation - physician and surgeon - 1880 - Oakland, Alameda, California, USA
|Died - 14 Apr 1908 - San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA