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Family of the Rev. Paul Gerlach and Lois Burtner
Posted by: William Muller (ID *****3372) Date: January 31, 2008 at 18:50:23
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Seeking more information on the children of Rev. Paul GERLACH and Lois Jane BURTNER. Lois Jane Burtnerr is a 3 X great granddaughter of Alexander NEGLEY of Pittsburgh. Lois Burtner and Paul Gerlach had two children: (1) David, b. 1962; d. 2004 (and lived in Corpus Christi, TX in 2002); (2) Julie who married a Ronald Miller and lived in Amherst, NY.

Questions: when and where did Rev. Paul Gerlach and Lois Burtner get married?

Is the David Gerlach referred to above the son of Rev. Gerlach (or could he be a grandson since Rev. Gerlach and his wife would have been 50+ when he was born?

When and where was Julie Gerlach born? When did she marry Ronald Miller? What were the names of Ronald’s parents? Do Julie and Ronald have any children?

Willing to share information. My query is part of a larger project to identify the descendants of Alexander Negley of Pittsburgh.

Descendants of Lois Jane Burtner

Generation No. 1

       1. Lois Jane7 Burtner (Clare Singer6, Isaac Pollins5, Jacob4, Phillip3, Phillip Jacob2, Balsar1 Balthasar Burtner) was born Aug 16, 1911 in PA, and died Jun 08, 1995 in Butler, Butler Co., PA. She married Paul R. (Rev.) Gerlach, son of Rudolph Gerlach and Clara Requarth. He was born Jun 04, 1912 in Versailles, OH, and died Aug 13, 2002 in Amherst, Erie Co., NY.

More About Lois Jane Burtner:
Occupation: 1930, Stenographer, gas engine co.
Social Security Number: 293 90 0706

Notes for Paul R. (Rev.) Gerlach:
The Rev. Paul R. Gerlach

The Rev. Paul R. Gerlach, 90, of 570 Freeport Road died at 11:33 p.m. Aug. 13 in Amherst, N.Y.

Born June 4, 1912, in Versailles, Ohio, he was a son of Rudolph Ulrich and Clara Requarth Gerlach. He was a Lutheran minister who served in several parishes, including Salem Lutheran Church in Fremont, Ohio; St. John's Lutheran Church in New Washington, Ohio; Mt. Si Lutheran Church in North Bend, Washington; and Trinity Lutheran Church in Wauseon, Ohio.

He retired from Christ Lutheran Church in Missillon, Ohio. He was honored in March 2001 for serving 65 years in the ministry. He was active in Boy Scouts for 25 years and was an avid woodworker. He was a counselor for Alcoholics Anonymous and was a former member of the Lions and Kiwanis Clubs. He was a member of St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Butler.

He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ron (Julie) Miller of Amherst, N.Y.; a son, David Gerlach of Corpus Christie, Texas; a brother, Frederick Gerlach of Missoula, Mont.; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Lois Jane Burtner, who died June 8, 1995.

Butler Eagle, August 29, 2002

More About Paul R. (Rev.) Gerlach:
Burial: South/St. Marks Lutheran Cemetery, Butler, PA
Occupation: Minister
Religion: Lutheran
Social Security Number: 536-36-4964
Children of Lois Burtner and Paul Gerlach are:
       2       i.       Julie8 Gerlach. She married Ronald Miller.
       3       ii.       David N. Gerlach, born Feb 03, 1962; died Jun 07, 2004 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY.

Notes for David N. Gerlach:
Could David actually be the grandson of the Rev. Paul Gerlach?

More About David N. Gerlach:
Social Security Number: 128-60-2080

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