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Robert Charles Schinnerer
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Birth: Aug. 21, 1888
Manhattan
New York County (Manhattan)
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 12, 1952
Bronx County
New York, USA

 
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 Parents:
  Frederick Schinnerer (1859 - 1933)
  Bertha Reinhart Schinnerer (1867 - 1913)
 
 Spouse:
  Mabel Fredericka Miller Schinnerer (1889 - 1970)
 
 Children:
  Robert Frederick William Schinnerer (1909 - 1909)*
  Russell Harold Schinnerer (1910 - 1974)*
  Angeline Edna Schinnerer Wright (1913 - 1988)*
  Philip John Schinnerer (1915 - 1977)*
  Infant Girl Schinnerer (1917 - 1917)*
  William Woodrow Schinnerer (1918 - 1975)*
  Mabel Margaret Schinnerer Vareha (1921 - 2014)*
  Charles Robert Schinnerer (1923 - 1983)*
  Lester Francis Schinnerer (1925 - 1983)*
  Francis Raymond Schinnerer (1927 - 2001)*
  Joan Florence Schinnerer (1930 - 1988)*
 
 Siblings:
  Caroline Schinnerer Travis (1883 - 1954)*
  George Schinnerer (1884 - 1900)*
  Fridrich Schinnerer (1886 - 1926)*
  Robert Charles Schinnerer (1888 - 1952)
  Herman George Schinnerer (1891 - 1892)*
  Elizabeth Bertha Schinnerer Stritzky (1893 - 1956)*
  Martin Julius Schinnerer (1896 - 1940)*
  Bertha Josephine Schinnerer (1899 - 1899)*
  Augustus Schinnerer (1900 - 1902)*
  William Frank Schinnerer (1902 - 1947)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Woodlawn Cemetery
Bronx
Bronx County
New York, USA
Plot: Violet, Range 4 Grave 67
 
Created by: Gail Schinnerer Jorgens...
Record added: Dec 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101875227
Robert Charles Schinnerer
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Robert Charles Schinnerer
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