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Steven Snider (#47228634)
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Bio Photo I have been doing research on my family tree since 1995 and have found it very rewarding. I know much about the Bentschneider/Snider, Wetzel, Hosack, Vaughn, Nodine/Naudin, King, Fisher, and related families and am very happy to help if anyone has any questions or would like to share information. Most of my research is focused in Jackson and Monroe Counties in Michigan and Steuben and De Kalb Counties in Indiana.
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James R. Freeman
RE: Elizabeth Seitzinger Gruber #111066052
Her maiden name is on the tombstone, pretty difficult to read, but another Seitzinger researcher brought it to my attention. Her parent's names may be on there as well. Looks to be "John" but can't read the rest. See what you can make out. Her husband is ID'd on there as George Gruber. I don't think that he's buried there. I have an Elizabeth Gruber in my files that was the wife of Jacob Seitzinger, but no info about them other than that she was the d/o Henry and Ann Maria(Werheim) Gruber. If you can share anything on either Elizabeth, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
Added by James R. Freeman on Jan 14, 2017 3:00 PM
Richard Juhl
RE: Donald Lee Fisher
Steven...I'm guessing that less than half of the total interments at Crown Hill Cemetery are listed on F-A-G. No person or persons has taken on the task. Your best bet is to call the cemetery (303-233-4611) during business hours and give them the name and burial date and, hopefully, they will provide the information.

Unfortunately, Crown Hill became a for-profit entity several years ago and they are stretched. The grounds are beautifully maintained but the clerical staff is not all that helpful or friendly. For example, I called about a year ago asking for a grave location for a person I knew was buried there and was told the grave didn't exist. Further, their filing system is not computerized so the staff has to search several lists. Good luck. BTW, I say your new bio for Royal Fisher and it's excellent...Richard
Added by Richard Juhl on Jan 08, 2017 2:55 PM
Richard Juhl
Royal F. Fisher (152390187)
Steven...thanks for the updated and corrected information on Royal. I'm transferring management to you since you are distantly related and have done a lot of research on him. Regards, Richard
Added by Richard Juhl on Jan 07, 2017 11:18 PM
Deb64030
Mattie
Ok Steven, I think I fixed the problem. But would you like for me to transfer this to you. I would be glad too. I am not related. How she got to be her own mother, I don't know. It was probably something someone sent to me. But it would be fine for me to give you that one.
Debbie
Added by Deb64030 on Jan 07, 2017 6:56 PM
Grace Younglove Hudson
VanZandt.
Thanks for the information on VanZandt. Information posted.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jan 03, 2017 5:09 AM
s schmidt
RE: Julius Wetzel
This may not be your Julius Wetzel but might still be related.

Not real sure how the cemetery operates but will let you know that the Saginaw Public Library is VERY good at genealogy research.

Their on line site has a cemetery index that lets you see where people are buried and some death information

Their obit index has information from the obituary of the person

AND MOST IMPORTANT

they will send you copies of obituaries and will research for you if you need more info.

Go to their on line site www.saginawlibrary.org
and use their history and genealogy tab

Good luck
Added by s schmidt on Jan 01, 2017 6:04 PM
Genealogy Bug Kate
RE: Wochholz pictures
You are very welcome.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on Dec 31, 2016 8:37 AM
AnnaMarie Wigen Enerson
The Russcher's
thank you for posting the Russcher photos. they are greatly appreciated.
Added by AnnaMarie Wigen Enerson on Jul 19, 2015 3:10 PM
Bill Larkin
RE: Roland E. Fleming
Steven: I went in and checked my tree, and it doesn't appear that Roland E Fleming is the individual you are looking for. Roland Fleming is my wife's great grandfather and was not married to Eva C. I also looked at his siblings and he did not have a brother named Roy C. I did go into Ancestry.com and did a search and found a Roy E Flemings (plural) that lived in Harrisburg, IL on 29 Jul 1954. It was in a newspaper article on voting registrations. The reason I thought it might be the relative you were looking for was that in Roy's WWI Draft registration his name was listed as Flemings, and not Fleming. Maybe a lead? Hope so. Good luck in your searches.

Bill Larkin
Added by Bill Larkin on May 31, 2015 12:54 PM
Frank Passic, Albion Historian
RE: Iva L. Fleming
Two different people. Iva Fleming was a teacher who never married. 1934 directory: Iva Fleming teacher, 201 N. Huron St. Roy Fleming, 204 Park St. worked at Decker Screw Mfg. (still in existence as Decker today), and Mrs. Eva at the same address--Frank.
Added by Frank Passic, Albion Hist... on May 31, 2015 4:37 AM
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