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Elizabeth Bruman Bader
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Birth: Jun. 28, 1869
Michigan, USA
Death: Apr. 13, 1957
North Branch
Lapeer County
Michigan, USA

Elizabeth is the daughter of Joseph and Anna (Heim) Bruman. Her siblings include Mary, Adam, Anna, John, Joseph, Lucy, and Edward. Elizabeth married Anthony Bader in 1888. Their children are Leona, Josephine, Anne, Lucy, Martin, Dominic, Elizabeth, Martha, Mary, Harold, and Daniel. 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Bruman (1825 - 1915)
  Anna Heim Bruman (1842 - 1916)
 
 Spouse:
  Anthony Bader (1849 - 1908)*
 
 Children:
  Josephine Elizabeth Bader Doan (1891 - 1971)*
  Anna Celia Bader Swoish (1892 - 1977)*
  Lucy Bader Clark (1894 - 1949)*
  Martin Bader (1895 - 1962)*
  Dominic Peter Bader (1897 - 1954)*
  Martha Theresa Bader Clark (1901 - 1967)*
  Mary Elizabeth Bader Foster (1903 - 1980)*
  Harold Anthony Bader (1906 - 1990)*
  Daniel Joseph Bader (1908 - 1974)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Bruman Downs (1861 - 1936)*
  Adam Joseph Bruman (1863 - 1952)*
  Ana Francisca Bruman (1866 - 1890)*
  Elizabeth Bruman Bader (1869 - 1957)
  John Bruman (1871 - 1935)*
  Joseph Bruman (1874 - 1936)*
  Lucy Bruman (1878 - 1895)*
  Edward Anton Bruman (1885 - 1963)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Mary's Catholic Church & Cemetery
North Branch
Lapeer County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Louise
Record added: Feb 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 48499506
Elizabeth <i>Bruman</i> Bader
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Elizabeth <i>Bruman</i> Bader
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 Added: Jan. 16, 2013
 
 
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