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William John Evert and Emma Ensinger from Buffalo to Niagara Falls, NY
Posted by: Mark D'Elia (ID *****0997) Date: September 05, 2013 at 08:55:25
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Hello, am looking for info. on the William John Evert who married Emma Ensinger in Buffalo, NY around 1900. William was born on 2 March 1877 in Buffalo and I don't know his parents' names. Emma Ensinger was born in Oct. 1877 in either Clarence, Erie Co., NY or Lancaster, Erie Co., NY, both near Buffalo. I know that Emma's parents were Christian and Maria (I don't know maiden name) Ensinger, a couple of German immigrants. I don't know when they emigrated but that Christian was born around 1825 and Maria was born b/n 1830-35. Emma was the youngest child of at least seven. In around the late 1890s or early 1900, she married William John Evert and had eight children: Marie, b. 1901, Lester E., 1902, Lawrence, 8 March 1904, Robert E., 16 Aug 1906, Edith, 1908, Edward, 28 Nov. 1910, William C., 3 Feb. 1913, and Norman E., 30 May 1916. William and Emma moved to Niagara Falls, NY in around 1910, so some of their children were born there. William worked at, I think, a bottling company in NF and died around 1919-20 there or Buffalo, could find no obit. and I don't know where he's buried. Emma died 30 Oct. 1942 in NF and was buried in Riverdale Cem. near Niagara University and the Power Project in NF. William was not buried in Riverdale. Would like to know the names of William and Emma's parents and siblings. Any help greatly appreciated.
-Mark D'Elia from Niagara Falls, NY

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