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Edward A. Imfeld (b abt 1875) - KY>OH>FL>OH
Posted by: Deena Beckman (ID *****7915) Date: July 08, 2008 at 07:21:35
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According to my research, Edward A. Imfeld was born about 1875 in Northern Kentucky. His parents were Ferdinand and Louisa Bloom Imfeld. Edward's siblings include Adolph and Fred Imfeld. Fred was apparently a rather well known landscape artist in the Greater Cincinnati area. I posted a couple of earlier messages pertaining to Fred.

Edward Imfeld married Minnie Brand (d/o Henry and Amelia "Melia" Diglow Brand). In 1900 and 1910 census records, Edward and Minnie were living in Covington, Kenton Co., KY. In 1920 they were living in Butler Co., OH (which is where the line I am researching settled). They had a son, Edward A. Imfeld, Jr.

The 1930 census finds the family in Manatee Co., Florida. It appears that Edward, Sr. died in Pinellas Co., FL in 1938. His widow Minnie and son Edward apparently returned to Butler Co., OH as this is where Minnie died in 1944.

Is anyone familiar with this Imfeld line? I am certain that they are related to the other Butler Co., OH Imfelds but cannot make an actual connection. I assume that Edward Imfeld's father, Ferdinand, was related in some way to Nick Imfeld who fathered "my" Ferd. But how??

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