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Re: Carl Schrieber flute maker mid-1800's?
Posted by: Cindy Date: September 03, 2001 at 07:22:24
In Reply to: Re: Carl Schrieber flute maker mid-1800's? by Nancy Ebert of 448

I had a computer crash thus the delay in getting you that clipping, as soon as we are up and back running, I will scan it and send it to you. I belive Ike was a nickname..maybe for Fred, although I am not sure... Charles was my great grandfather...sweet old guy,always time to help somone out in his younger years, and in his older ones, a true flea market addict and a old man with a ready smile and big arms for his grandchildren. He was fondly known in our family as Grandpa Cooker...given by me at a very young age..but no one seems to really know why...his son Robert is my grandfather and ofcourse also beared the Schrieber the nickname was to keep the two grandpa Schriebers straight..but was it because great grandma Schrieber could cook like crazy..or was it because they lived near Cook and Brunswick? No one can seem to remember..we just know they lived the next fourty years known to all in our family as Grandma and Grandpa Cooker.


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