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Re: SCHANZ Carl & NEUMAIER Rosa - Kalamazoo, MI
Posted by: as Date: February 27, 2002 at 12:18:21
In Reply to: SCHANZ Carl & NEUMAIER Rosa - Kalamazoo, MI by Joachim EITEL of 683

This family shows up on the 1900 census

Some of this was hard to read so it may not be 100% accurate. The numerator of this census wrote down birth dates along with the month.

1900 Michigan, Kalamazoo Co., Kalamazoo city, ED 115 sheet 1A
Carl Schanz born Aug 15 1859 40 years old, married 7 years born Germany both parents born Germany, came to US in 1880, Saloon Keeper
Rosa N. Sept 18, 1864 35 yrs old, married 7 years, 4 children/4 living born Germany, both parents born Germany, came to US 1892
Carl J. son, born March 21, 1890, 10 yrs old, Michigan
Joseph son, Born March 25, 1893 7 yrs old, MIchigan
Albert son, born June 7, 1894, 5 yrs old, Michigan
Walter, son, bornAugust 15, 1896, 3 years old, Michigan
Thersa Neumeyer sister/law, Sept 18, 1879 single, born Germany, both parents born germany, came to US 1892. seamstress

There are several articles in the local paper on this family (obits/military service, etc). What kind of information are you looking for?
Allice


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