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Re: Charles and Margaretha Van Horn Pitner
Posted by: Teri Vaughn (ID *****3514) Date: June 29, 2002 at 22:53:17
In Reply to: Charles and Margaretha Van Horn Pitner by becky gebhardt of 170

Yep, your right, the Pitner's lived/live in Wisconsin. Here's the info that I have:

the 1920 Census has the following entry:
Wisconsin, Pierce County, Spring Valley Twp
Roll: T625_2009
ED: 158
Page: 5B
Line: 73
(This is apparently located at 1 Akers Avenue)

114/116 Anderson, Alexander Head 51 Married B: WI
Anderson, Stella E. Wife 50 Married B: WI
Pitner, Hattie Daug 27 Widowed B: WI
Pitner, Izola Belle GDau 06 B: WI

While this is listed as Pitner, the name is almost illegible on the image.
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I know of the following Pitner's born in Wisconsin. Yep, hit this state too while trying to corral that illusive connection. However, our family turned out to not be connected.

Pitner, Baty B: 06/05/1899
Pitner, Beatrice B: 06/03/1897
Pitner, Julia E. B: 01/08/1900
Pitner, Mary B: 01/06/1878
Pitner, Mary F. B: 06/29/1905
Pitner, Richland M B: 11/28/1890
Pitner, Leonard W. B: 09/05/1903

Erwin Pitner married in Manitowoc, WI on sep 22, 1894. No idea who.
Richard Pitner married same place, May 25, 1896. Again no idea who.

The SSDI even has a few I haven't listed here. Hope this helps with your search.
Teri


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