|Birth: ||Sep., 1845, Germany|
|Death: ||Jul. 10, 1912|
From Saturday February 10, 1912 Saginaw Daily News:
MRS. A.W. ANSCHUTZ DIES OF INJURIES
Mrs. Anton W. Anschutz...passed away at the family home Saturday morning at 6:30 o'clock, as a result of injuries sustained New Year's day, when she slipped and fell on an icy sidewalk. Mrs. Anschutz was one of the best known of the early German settlers of Saginaw county, and as a member of the Lutheran church of the Holy Cross was actively identified with that organization for a great many years.
Margaret B. Winkler was born September 1, 1845, near Nuremburg, Bavaria and came to America with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Winkler, in 1853. The purchased a farm in Saginaw township, where they resided until 1864, after which they moved to Saginaw. Miss Winkler was united in marriage with Mr. Anschutz, August 22, 1867, in this city. She is survived by her husband, four daughters, Miss Clara Sparks, Mrs. Emil Buckel and Misses Hattie and Martha Anschutz, all of Saginaw; four sisters, Mrs. Eva Click of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Emma Stewart, Mrs. Kathrine Stroebel and Mrs. Wm. Anschutz, all of Saginaw...interment in the cemetery of the Holy Cross
Parents were John Winkler and Mary Muncon.
Anton W. Anschutz (1845 - 1936)*
Julia Johanna Marie Anschutz (1875 - 1882)*
Willie A. Anschutz (1880 - 1891)*
Holy Cross Lutheran Cemetery
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Record added: May 19, 2011
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