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Help Please: Info on Peter Grau. Littlestown, PA. 1858-1897.
Posted by: J. Allen (ID *****0680) Date: October 11, 2003 at 06:30:05
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I interested in learning more information about the following:

1. Ancestors & descendants for Peter Grau (b.1858,d.1897).

Known facts about Peter: Wife was Annie M. (Gussman) Grau. Member: St. Aloysius RCC, buried in St. Aloysius cemetery. Five daughters, one son. Daugther Sarah Grau married John Bittinger Sr. Daughter Annie C. Grau, died in 1920 at age 33, was married to Claude McCann and had two children, Myrna and Joseph McCann.

Any additional info. about Peter or his siblings, ancestors and family is needed and will be appreciated.

Peter also had a connection to Charles A. Grau, a baker in Littlestown in the late 1890's or 1900, and later in Hanover. However, I do not know what that connection is, but I think he is Peter's son to a first marriage prior to Annie Gussman. Conewago Chapel marriage card has a Peter Grau marrying an Ann Weaver in 1879. St. Aloysius has Peter and Annie Gussman marrying in 1882. I am lost after this.

2. Also would appreciate any info. on Fred Gussman (or Gusman, Gussman etc.), husband of Margaret Aumen (daughter of Barnet/Barnabas). Fred & Margaret's daughter married Peter Grau.

Information is welcomed via E-mail.

Thank you.



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