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Re: Etzwiler Family History - Samuel and Lydia
Posted by: Patricia Jane Griffin (ID *****0215) Date: February 04, 2008 at 04:51:01
In Reply to: Etzwiler Family History by Jeff Henderson of 9

I am looking for information on the children of Samuel Etzwiler (1855--1921 - Ashland Co., Ohio) and his wife Lydia Ann Cormaney Etzwiler (1852 - Summit Co., Ohio, --1931 - Ashland Co., Ohio. The children are Mary E., Emma J., Wm. Allen, John Samuel, and Chas E. Etzwiler. My line is the Cormaney line. I have found a Marvin Lee Etzwiler in the Ashland Cemetery, along with Lydia, and a Margaret Etzwiler in the Lakefork Cemetery.

Per his death certificate, Samuel's father is listed as J. F. S. Etzwiler born in Pa. and his mother is listed as Mary Worner/Horner/?? born in Maryland. Their son, William, did not know his mother's parents' names on her death certificate. They are Adam Cormaney born in Pa, lived in Ohio, but moved to Macon Co., Illinois. Her mother was Barbara Breitenstein, born in Baden, Germany.

Any information on this family would be appreciated, especially if anyone knows the Brietenstein line, more about Samuel's parents and siblings, and more about his children.

Jane Griffin


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