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Emma E. Ohnmeiss Schroyer
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Birth: May 9, 1860
Clinton County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 1918
Lewisburg
Union County
Pennsylvania, USA

Emma was the daughter of Jonathan Alexander Ohnmeiss and Christiana (Rehrer) Ohnmeiss. Emma was the wife of Jonathan M. Schroyer. Their children were: Florence, Charles, Sarah and Bessie May Schroyer. They were members of the Sugar Valley Church of Brethren in Eastville, Pennsylvania. They joined the church on 10 June 1879. 
 
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 Parents:
  Jonathan Alexander Ohnmeiss (1825 - 1893)
  Christiana Mary Rahrer Ohnmeiss (1835 - 1917)
 
 Spouse:
  Jonathan M. Schroyer (1853 - 1913)
 
 Children:
  Bessie May Schroyer (1894 - 1895)*
  Florence Edna Schroyer Fulkrod (1895 - 1971)*
 
 Siblings:
  Daniel Henry Ohnmeiss (1859 - 1902)*
  Emma E. Ohnmeiss Schroyer (1860 - 1918)
  Alexander Jonathan Ohnmeiss (1865 - 1932)*
  Charles E Ohnmeiss (1867 - 1930)*
  Kathryn W Ohnmeiss Blint (1869 - 1939)*
  Ida Christiana Ohnmeiss Harbach (1872 - 1953)*
  Annie Jane Ohnmeiss (1874 - 1875)*
  Rebecca Mary Ohnmeiss (1877 - 1878)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Church of Brethren Cemetery
Eastville
Clinton County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Number1
Record added: May 09, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6405728
Emma E. <i>Ohnmeiss</i> Schroyer
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Emma E. <i>Ohnmeiss</i> Schroyer
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