|Posted By:||Keith Reeves|
|Subject:||Re: George F. Schneider, Lina M. Schneider (Cortland NY)|
|Post Date:||July 29, 2012 at 19:55:00|
|Forum:||Schneider Family Genealogy Forum|
It has been five years since my first post on this subject, and three years since my last update. I'm pleased to report progress in case anyone finds this thread and benefits from this information
Roger Floyd Buckler was born 9 Nov 1922 in South Cortland, New York, and died (I am sorry to say) 23 April 2009. He married on 3 July 1948 Helen Genevieve Schillinger (who always went by Genevieve), born 6 Feb 1925 in Scottsville, New York, and died (I am also sorry to say) 21 Dec 2010.
I have extensive information on both sides, but this post pertained to Roger's parents.
Roger's parents were:
Floyd Edward Buckler was born 4 May 1895 in Sodus, New York, and died 13 Oct 1980. He married on 5 Dec 1914 Lena Marie Schneider (who always sent by Marie), born 13 Feb 1894 in South Cortland, New York, and died in 1970.
Marie's parents were:
George F. Schneider, Jr. was born 10 Jun 1867, probably in Ellis Hollow, New York, and died in 1948 in (or around) Ithaca, New York. He married Lina L. Bean, born 5 Sep 1872, likely in Dusenberry, New York, and died 24 Jun 1938 in Dryden, New York.
George's parents were:
George F. Schnider, Sr. was born in 1836 in Germany, and died 17 Dec 1886 in South Cortland, New York. He married after 1880 Phoebe A. Monroe, born May 1844 in Tompkins County, New York and died 1 Feb 1933 in South Cortland, New York.
Phoebe's parents were:
John R. Monroe, Sr. was born about 1799 and died 7 Sep 1877. He married Maria, who was born in 1814 and died in 1898.
Lina L. Bean's parents were:
William Frederick Bean, born in 1833 in Maine, New York and died 6 Dec 1891 in Maine, New York. He married in 1854 Jane Morrison, born 25 Oct 1834 in Schoharie, New York, and died 22 Oct 1911 in DeLano Corners, Maine, New York.
I have additional information on all of the above lines. It took many years of research and a great deal of cooperation from many wonderful researchers from around the country. Thank you, genealogy community, for all of your help.