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Re: MARY HUTTER B 1861 PARIS FRANCE
Posted by: Jenna (ID *****3372) Date: March 21, 2012 at 08:06:46
In Reply to: Re: MARY HUTTER B 1861 PARIS FRANCE by C. Garver of 22982

On the 1900 census, I can see Mary and her mother in Wisconsin, but the children are born in Illinois. Mary has only been married to husband William for three years; there are two children listed with surname Schmidt but as "step-son", so either the surname is wrong or she married twice.

https://familysearch.org shows her second marriage in Wisconsin as Mary Hutter Steinberg, so her first marriage is probably in 1879: Mary Hutter to Jacob Steinberg.

She's on the 1880 census in Cook County, IL with Jacob. It's possible that Frank and Anna "Shuder" from France on the 1880 census are her parents (would have to look at the original image to doublecheck this).

http://www.ilsos.gov/isavital/deathsrch.jsp
shows the death of a Frank Huter in 1897, aged 62.

In terms of emigration, you have two problems:
1. there are multiple ports they could have arrived through
2. the names are likely to be misspelt (if

http://gw3.geneanet.org/pitza?lang=fr;p=frederic;n=huder+ou+hutter
- here there is listed a Frédéric Huder or Hutter who married Anne Eschenbrenner in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis and had a child (listed as "Catherine" there) on the 28th December 1861 in Paris 19e.


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