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Forrest Almeda (Stocker) Bremer
Posted by: Ron Stocker (ID *****8142) Date: August 02, 2002 at 07:30:40
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I am trying to locate the final resting place of Forrst Almeda (Stocker) Bremer. She was born in Port Washington on August 25, 1890, the daughter of Edward McCoy Stocker and Emma Rankin. Her siblings were Wilda, Elizabeth, Eileen, and Edward.
Forrest married Lee McClelland Bremer in November 1909 in Uhrichsville. In 1910, the family moved to Steubenville and, then, to Pittsburgh in 1916. They had two children, to wit: Robert Lee Bremer (b. 6/14/1910) and Ruth Elizabeth ("Joy") Bremer (b. 12/7/1913).
Edward McCoy Stocker, her father, lived in Port Washington until 1915, when he moved to Barberton in Summit County. He died shortly thereafter on 4/24/1915. It may have been 1919. He is buried in Lakewood Cemetery in Barberton.
Forrest lived in Pittsburgh until she became ill in the late 1930s. At that time, she supposedly moved to Barberton to live with one of her sisters. It is assumed that she died there, although we have no date of death. She is not buried in Lakewood Cemetery, where her father is resting.
I would appreciate hearing from anyone who may know when and where Forrest died, as well as where she is buried. If anyone knows this family, please contact me at lawyer1@bright.net. Thank you.


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