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Edward LINDNER / LINTNER, Plainfield, early 1900ís
Posted by: Margaret Nikkhah (ID *****3803) Date: December 31, 2002 at 04:54:39
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Is anyone able to do a census lookup for this family between 1900-1930 in Plainfield?

Or -- Does anyone know anything about this family?

Edward Alvin LINDNER (1876-1935) was the son of Robert and Emilia (nee KUEHN) LINDNER of Big Flats, Adams, WI. When he married Grace BERRY (1878-1924, daughter of Ivory BERRY of Plainfield) in Oct.1901, he was a businessman in Plainfield.

Search results at FamilySearch.org gives me the following children born between 1912-1919:
Robert, Vern Edward (died in infancy), Jenny, and Benjamin.
Birth and death information for Benjamin is at ssdi.rootsweb.com, as well as at the Mormon site. The California Death Index confirms that Benjaminís mother maiden name was BERRY.
I have no information on Robert nor Jenny.
Were there other children?

EAís brother Otto (b.1881) may have lived with them in 1910.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Happy New Year,
Margaret


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