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Frances Josephine Kitzmiller Cross
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Birth: Aug. 17, 1851
Rome
Richland County
Ohio, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 1920
Toledo
Lucas County
Ohio, USA

She was one of fourteen children, a daughter of Adam and Mary Ann Kitzmiller.

Before she was married before Charles Cross, she was married to George Stanley.

She was approximately twelve years older than Charles Cross.

Died at the East Toledo Hospital, which no longer exists, at the corner of Oak and Fassett Streets.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Adam Kitzmiller (1817 - 1874)
  Mary A Kitzmiller (1821 - 1894)
 
 Spouse:
  Charles Lyman Cross (1867 - 1941)
 
 Children:
  Clara Stanley Kolling (1879 - 1948)*
 
 Siblings:
  Wesley B Kitzmiller (1840 - 1908)*
  Narcissus Rachel Kitzmiller Vogt (1841 - 1912)*
  Mary E. Kitzmiller Harris (1843 - 1916)*
  Sibbea Louisa Kitzmiller Stough (1844 - 1925)*
  Isabella Kitzmiller Clark (1846 - 1920)*
  Adeline Kitzmiller Racine (1850 - 1915)**
  Frances Josephine Kitzmiller Cross (1851 - 1920)
  John Clement Kitzmiller (1855 - 1856)*
  Clara Augusta Kitzmiller French (1861 - 1912)*
  George Washington Kitzmiller (1864 - 1938)*
  Katherine Kitzmiller Brown (1867 - 1952)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Forest Cemetery
Toledo
Lucas County
Ohio, USA
 
Created by: MJD
Record added: Aug 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 75420811
Frances Josephine <i>Kitzmiller</i> Cross
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