To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain perpetually a child. For what is the worth of a human life unless it is woven into the life of our ancestors by the records of history?
- Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 B.C.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Continuation of yesterdays post

Yesterday I felt you with tons of information, have you been able to process it all yet? Good because I have even more to shovel down your throat today. Of course only in the nicest of ways!

:)

Michael Wurzer (my Great Great Grandfather) had 7 siblings and so here they are in their correct birth order from what I know:

*Michael Wurzer born in 1871 married Anna Strigl ..blah blah blah..

*Joannes (possibly Nicholas?) born 26th of June in 1873 and passed at some point after 1930 in Rochester. He married Amelia Kreuzer together they had children: Reverend Joseph C, Anna A, Michael W, John Gerard, Amelia, and Margaret.

*Barbara born Match 1875 and passed the 6th of Janurary in 1924. She married Wenzel Eckert. Wenzel and Barbara had children: Barbara and Joseph. At some point Barbara remarried Nicholas Spitz they had 2 more children: Margaret and Norbert.

*Anna born in 1878 and passed before 1910. Anna married Ludwig Koch. Unknown if they had any children together.

*George Vincent born the 21st of December 1880 and passed 1930. He married Emma C Weiser. Together they had children: Edward, Leona, Viola, Vincent, Lavinia, Arline, and Lucille.

*Johannes Baptist (known as John) born the 23rd of November 1885 and passed at some point after 1920. He marredi Mary MacDonald and together they had children: Loretta, John, Marie Cecilia, Anna, Barbara, Emma, Edward, and Rose.

*Margaretha born in 1887 and passed sadly before 1900.

*Emma M born January 1890 and passed in May 1986 in Florida. She married James Francis Cromey and together they had children: Francis J, Joseph T, and Bernard.


Man oh man do I need to set up a family tree that I can link back here. Seriously anyone have any idea how to accomplish that? I have a family tree set up through Ancestry but it is not public. Hmm, I see more Google searches in my very near future.



Nikki

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