Christ J. Garde1

M, #17881, b. 1904
Father*Edward M. Garde b. 1870
Mother*Anna (?) b. 1871
     Christ J. Garde, son of Edward M. Garde and Anna (?), was born in 1904 in Illinois.2
Christ J. was assisting on a farm in 1930.2
He lived with his parents, Anna and Edward, in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois.2
Christ was enumerated as the son of Edward M. Garde on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. He was listed as a single 26-year-old male born in Illinois as were born his parents. He was not a veteran.2
Christ married Merle Kayser, daughter of Arthur Kayser and Anastasia Hartnett, circa 1932.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde2

Family

Merle Kayser b. 1907

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Arthur Kayser", September 13, 1943.
  2. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Edward M. Garde1

M, #17882, b. 1870
     Edward M. Garde was born in 1870 in Illinois.1
Edward married Anna (?) in 1894.1
In 1930 Edward M. Garde farmed at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois.1
Anna and Edward M. Garde lived in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Illinois. Residing with them were, their children George, Christ, Charles, Emmett and Marguerite..1
Edward is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. He was identified as a married 60-year-old male born in Illinois, his parents were born in Ireland. He was married for the first time at the age of 24, owned a farm valued at $10,000.00 (farm schedule 119) and a radio, could read and write and was not a veteran. Enumerated with him were: his wife Anna, his sons George F., Christ J., Charles R. and Emmett, his daughter Marguerite.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Family

Anna (?) b. 1871
Children

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Anna (?)1

F, #17883, b. 1871
     Anna (?) was born in 1871 in Illinois.1
Anna married Edward M. Garde in 1894.1
Anna and Edward M. Garde lived in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children George, Christ, Charles, Emmett and Marguerite..1
Anna was enumerated as the wife of Edward M. Garde under the name of "Anna Garde" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. She was listed as a married 59-year-old female born in Illinois, her parents were born in Germany. She could read and write and was married for the first time at the age of 23.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Family

Edward M. Garde b. 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

George F. Garde1

M, #17884, b. 1902
Father*Edward M. Garde1 b. 1870
Mother*Anna (?)1 b. 1871
     George F. Garde, son of Edward M. Garde and Anna (?), was born in 1902 in Illinois.1
He lived with his parents, Anna and Edward, in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois.1
George F. was a laborer on "hard road" in 1930.1
George was enumerated as the son of Edward M. Garde on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. He was listed as a single 28-year-old male born in Illinois as were born his parents. He was not a veteran.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Charles R. Garde1

M, #17885, b. 1907
Father*Edward M. Garde1 b. 1870
Mother*Anna (?)1 b. 1871
     Charles R. Garde, son of Edward M. Garde and Anna (?), was born in 1907 in Illinois.1
He lived with his parents, Anna and Edward, in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois.1
Charles R. was a laborer in construction work in 1930.1
Charles was enumerated as the son of Edward M. Garde on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. He was listed as a single 23-year-old male born in Illinois as were born his parents. He was not a veteran.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Emmett Garde1

M, #17886, b. 1916
Father*Edward M. Garde1 b. 1870
Mother*Anna (?)1 b. 1871
     Emmett Garde, son of Edward M. Garde and Anna (?), was born in 1916 in Illinois.1
He lived with his parents, Anna and Edward, in 1930 at Alhambra Township in Madison County, Illinois.1
Emmett was assisting on a farm in 1930.1
Emmett was enumerated as the son of Edward M. Garde on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. He was listed as a 14-year-old male born in Illinois as were born his parents.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Marguerite Garde1

F, #17887, b. 1912
Father*Edward M. Garde1 b. 1870
Mother*Anna (?)1 b. 1871
     Marguerite Garde, daughter of Edward M. Garde and Anna (?), was born in 1912 in Illinois.1
She lived with her parents, Anna and Edward, in 1930 at Alhambra Township, Madison County, Illinois.1
Marguerite was enumerated as the daughter of Edward M. Garde on the 1930 U. S. Census of Alhambra Township, Illinois. She was listed as a single 18-year-old female born in Illinois as were born her parents.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Alhambra Township, Madison County, IllinoisEdward M. Garde1

Citations

  1. [S2687] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M. Garde household.

Evelyn (?)1

F, #17888
     Evelyn (her first marriage) marrried (?) Boner (his first marriage) in 1910.1
Evelyn (her second marriage) married Joseph R. Larwood (his second marriage) after 1918.1
Evelyn and Joseph R. Larwood lived in 1930 at 806 South Monroe Street in West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Rowina and Allen..1
Evelyn was enumerated as the wife of Joseph R. Larwood under the name of "Evalyn Larwood" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Frankfort Township, West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois. She was listed as a married 38-year-old female born in Illinois as were her parents. She could read and write and was married for the first time at the age of 18.1

Family 1

(?) Boner

Family 2

Joseph R. Larwood b. 1886
Children

Citations

  1. [S2688] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph R. Larwood household.

(?) Boner1

M, #17889
     (?) (his first marriage) married Evelyn (?) (her first marriage) in 1910.1

Family

Evelyn (?)

Citations

  1. [S2688] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph R. Larwood household.

Rowina Boner1

F, #17890, b. 1914
Step-father*Joseph R. Larwood b. 1886
Mother*Evelyn (?)1
Father(?) Boner1
     Rowina Boner, daughter of Joseph R. Larwood and Evelyn (?), was born in 1914 in Illinois.1
She lived with her parents, Evelyn and Joseph, in 1930 at 806 South Monroe Street, West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois.1
Rowina was enumerated as the stepdaughter of Joseph R. Larwood on the 1930 U. S. Census of Frankfort Township, West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois. She was listed as a 16-year-old girl born in Illinois as were her parents. She was attending school.1

Citations

  1. [S2688] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph R. Larwood household.

Joseph R. Larwood1

M, #17891, b. 1886
     Joseph R. Larwood was born in 1886 in Ohio.1
Joseph (his second marriage) married Evelyn (?) (her second marriage) after 1918.1
Joseph R. was normally a loader in a coal mine but was unemployed at the time in 1930.1
Joseph R. was a coal loader in a coal mine in 1930.1
Evelyn and Joseph R. Larwood lived in 1930 at 806 South Monroe Street in West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Rowina and Allen..1
Joseph is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Frankfort Township, West Frankfort, Franklin County, Illinois. He was identified as a married 44-year-old male born in Ohio as were his parents. He was married for the first time at the age of 18. He was not a veteran. Enumerated with him were: his wife Evelyn, his step-son Allen Boner, his step-daughter Rowina Boner.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Frankfort Township, West Frankfort, Franklin County, IllinoisJoseph R. Larwood1

Family

Evelyn (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S2688] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph R. Larwood household.

Marie (?)1

F, #17892, d. after 1909
     Marie died after 1909.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

Charles Ruemler1

M, #17893
Mother*Marie (?)1 d. after 1909

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

John Ruemler1

M, #17894
Mother*Marie (?)1 d. after 1909

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

Margaret Ruemler1

F, #17895
Mother*Marie (?)1 d. after 1909
     Margaret married (?) Herbst.1

Family

(?) Herbst

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

(?) Herbst1

M, #17896
     (?) married Margaret Ruemler, daughter of Marie (?).1

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

(?) Ruemler1

F, #17897
Mother*Marie (?)1 d. after 1909
     (?) married Gottlieb Eigenbrodt.1

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

Gottlieb Eigenbrodt1

M, #17898
     Gottlieb married (?) Ruemler, daughter of Marie (?).1

Family

(?) Ruemler

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

Mollie Ruemler1

F, #17899
Mother*Marie (?)1 d. after 1909
     Mollie married (?) Heitmeyer.1

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

(?) Heitmeyer1

M, #17900
     (?) married Mollie Ruemler, daughter of Marie (?).1

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Succumbs To Operation", June 24, 1909.

Mathilda (?)1

F, #17901
     Mathilda married Ferdinand "Ferd" Stahlhut, son of John Henry Stahlhut and Mary Thurnau.1

Family

Ferdinand "Ferd" Stahlhut b. April 2, 1899, d. September 30, 1949

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , July 7, 1943.

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery (France)

?, #17902
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     Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery (France) is located in Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Montfaucon-d'Argonne canton, départment of Meuse, région of Lorraine, France; 49.33420, 5.08980.
The Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery is the largest American military cemetery in
Europe. It is located just east of the village of Romagne-Gesnes, Meuse, France,
approximately 26 miles/42 kilometers northwest of Verdun.The World War I Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial is located east of the village of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon (Meuse), France and about twenty-six miles northwest of Verdun. It may be reached by automobile from Paris via toll Autoroute A-4 or Highway N-3 to Ste. Menehould, about one hundred and fifty-two miles. Follow Highway N-3 to Clermont-en-Argonne, then via Varennes-en-Argonne about nineteen miles to the cemetery. It may also be reached from Verdun via Consenvoye or Dun-sur-Meuse, a distance of about twenty-seven miles. Rail service from Paris (Gare de l'Est) to Verdun takes about three and a half hours. Hotels and taxis are available at Verdun.

Meuse-Argonne, covering one hundred and thirty acres, holds the largest number of American Dead in Europe, a total of 14,246. Most of those buried here gave their lives during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of World War I. The immense array of headstones rises in rectangular rows upwards beyond a wide central pool to the chapel which crowns a ridge. A beautiful bronze screen separates the chapel foyer from the interior, which is decorated with stained glass windows portraying American unit insignia. Behind the altar are the flags of the Allied nations. On either side of the chapel are memorial loggias. One panel of the west loggia contains a map of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. Inscribed on the remaining panels are the names of the 954 American Missing whose remains were never recovered or identified to include those Missing during our expedition to northern Russia during 1918-1919.




The following people are buried here.


Walter Henry Lepere - October, 1918, aged 26.1,2

Otto George Raithel - after October 18, 1918. plot E, row 31, grave 4.3

Albert Eugene Kayser - October, 1918. in plot d, row 11, grave 25.4,5

Citations

  1. [S3033] Internet Site: Soldiers Database: War of 1812 - World War ISoldiers Database: War of 1812 - World War I).
  2. [S2654] World War I Mothers' Pilgrimage 1930.
  3. [S4980] Otto George Raithel entry, WWI, WWII, and Korean War Casualty Listings, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  4. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Memorial Day Is Observed With Greatest Turnout Ever Seen Here", May 31, 1919, page 1.
  5. [S2655] American Battle Monuments Commission, "World War I Honor Role" database.

Clarence T. Kleine1

M, #17903, b. February 21, 1911, d. August 24, 1971
Father*Thomas Kleine1 b. March 12, 1869, d. August 18, 1951
Mother*Mary Meier1 b. February 16, 1879, d. July 18, 1952
     Clarence T. Kleine, son of Thomas Kleine and Mary Meier, was born on February 21, 1911 in Illinois.2
He lived with his parents, Mary and Thomas, in 1920 at Tennessee Street in Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois.3
Clarence was enumerated as the son of Thomas Kleine on the 1920 U. S. Census of Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. He was listed as a nine-year-old boy born in Illinois as were his parents. He was attending school.3
He lived with his parents, Mary and Thomas, in 1930 in Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois.4
Clarence T. was a truck driver in 1930.4
Clarence was enumerated as the son of Thomas Kleine on the 1930 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois. He was listed as a single 19-year-old male born in Illinois as were his parents. He was currently employed and was not a veteran.4
Clarence purchased real estate described as lot 127, Madison Coal Corporation, Addition at Illinois, in August, 1930 from Thomas Kleine.5
Clarence T. Kleine lived in 1933 St. Louis, Missouri.1
Clarence visited Thomas Kleine and Mary Meier on January 8, 1933.1 Clarence was the best man at the marriage of William Kleine and Irene Luksan on May 5, 1935 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois; by Father Meagher.6
Clarence married Mary L. (?) circa 1936.7 Clarence was the best man at the marriage of Charles H. Kleine and Kathryn Bertolero in November, 1940 at Missouri; Maid of Honor was Rosie Tostello. A wedding supper and reception was held at the Moose Hall.8
Clarence served circa 1945 in the U. S. Army where he was a sergeant stationed in Italy.9
Clarence attended a party to honor Thomas and Mary Kleine's two sons, Sgt. William Kleine and Sgt Clarence Kleine, who just returned from Italy and were on 30-day furloughs held by Thomas Kleine and Mary Kleine on August 26, 1945 at Illinois.9
Clarence died on August 24, 1971 at age 60.2,7 He was buried in August, 1971 in Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in St. Louis County, Missouri.7

Family

Mary L. (?)

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , January 11, 1933.
  2. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  3. [S2699] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  4. [S3304] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  5. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "REal Estate Transfers", August 30, 1930.
  6. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Couple Married", June 15, 1935.
  7. [S463] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Dorothea Berg Hoemann.
  8. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Married In St. Louis", November 16, 1940.
  9. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Sons Honored At Gathering", August 30, 1945.

Kathryn Bertolero1

F, #17904
Father*Robert Bertolero
     Kathryn married Charles H. Kleine, son of Thomas Kleine and Mary Meier, in November, 1940 at St. Louis, Missouri, the best man was Clarence T. Kleine. Maid of Honor was Rosie Tostello. A wedding supper and reception was held at the Moose Hall.1

Family

Charles H. Kleine b. December 14, 1901, d. March 19, 1980

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Married In St. Louis", November 16, 1940.

Robert Bertolero1

M, #17905

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Married In St. Louis", November 16, 1940.

Robert Charles Kleine1

M, #17906
Father*Charles H. Kleine1 b. December 14, 1901, d. March 19, 1980
Mother*Kathryn Bertolero1

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Announce Arrival", March 7, 1942.

Elizabeth Metzger1

F, #17907, b. February 25, 1896, d. May 27, 1976
Father*Bernhard Metzger b. August 3, 1857, d. May 15, 1916
Mother*Katherine Elizabeth Feldner
     Elizabeth Metzger, daughter of Bernhard Metzger and Katherine Elizabeth Feldner, was born on February 25, 1896 in Pin Oak Township, Madison County, Illinois.1
Elizabeth married David Hendricks on November 11, 1919 at Alton, Madison County, Illinois.1
Elizabeth died on May 27, 1976 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland, Madison County, Illinois, at age 80.1
Her obituary was published in the Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper on May 27, 1976.1 Her obituary stated:
Elizabeth Metzger Hendricks, 80, of Wood River, and formerly of Edwardsville, died at 3 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland.
     She was born Feb. 25, 1896, in Pin Oak Township, a daughter of the late Bernard and Elizabeth Metzger.
     She was married to David Hendricks on Nov. 11, 1919, in Alton. He died in 1949.
     Surviving are a son Wilbur Hendricks of Moro, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
     Two brothers and five sisters preceded her in death.
     Mrs. Hendricks was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ of Wood River.
     Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at the Marks Funeral Home in Wood River.
     Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. John's United Church of Christ of Wood River with the Rev. Victor Frohne officiating. Burial will be in Wanda Cemetery.
     St. John's United Church of Christ of Wood River has been named by the family for memorials
1

Elizabeth's wake was held on May 28, 1976 at Marks Funeral Home, Wood River, Madison County, Illinois.1
Her funeral service was held on May 29, 1976 at St. John's United Church of Christ, Wood River, Madison County, Illinois.1 She was buried on May 28, 1976 in Wanda Cemetery in South Roxana, Madison County, Illinois.1

Family

David Hendricks d. 1949

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , May 27, 1976.

David Hendricks1

M, #17908, d. 1949
     David married Elizabeth Metzger, daughter of Bernhard Metzger and Katherine Elizabeth Feldner, on November 11, 1919 at Alton, Madison County, Illinois.1
David died in 1949 in Madison County, Illinois.1

Family

Elizabeth Metzger b. February 25, 1896, d. May 27, 1976

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , May 27, 1976.

Bernhard Metzger1

M, #17909, b. August 3, 1857, d. May 15, 1916
Father*John Metzger2 b. 1838
     Bernhard Metzger, son of John Metzger, was born on August 3, 1857 in Ichtinger, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.3
Bernhard immigrated along with John Metzger on February 14, 1867 at Madison County, Illinois.3

Bernhard was a farm worker in 1880.2
Bernhard was enumerated as the son of John Metzger on the 1880 U. S. Census of Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. He was listed as a single 22-year-old male born in Illinois, both of his parents were born in Germany.2
Bernhard married Katherine Elizabeth Feldner, daughter of Adam Feldner, on September 16, 1880.3
Bernhard died on May 15, 1916 at 845 Holyoake Road in LeClaire, Madison County, Illinois, at age 58.3 His cause of death was uraemic poisoning from which he had been suffering for three weeks. His condition became so much worse that an operation was necessary but his condition was so serious that he became unconscious and remined so for a day until his death.3
His obituary was published in the Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper on May 16, 1916.3 His obituary stated:
Bernhard Metzger, aged 49 years died at his home at 845 Holyoake road, Leclaire, yesterday evening at 4:45 o'clock after an illness of three weeks. His death was caused by uraemic poisoning.
     Mr. Metzger's condition became so much worse the latter part of last week, that an operation was necessary. On Saturday afternoon local physicians performed the operation but so serious was his condition that it was impossible for him to survive. At 9 o'clock yesterday morning he became unconscious and remained so until his death.
     Mr. Metzger was a well-like man possessing a quiet and kind disposition. He made friends with everyone and was regarded as a kind father and loving husband.
     The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock from the family residence, in LeClaire, thence to the Eden Evangelical church at 2 o'clock. Rev. H. Rahn, paster of the church, will conduct services. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery.
     Bernhard Metzger was born August 3, 1957, and died May 15, 1916. His birthplace was at Ichtinger, Baden, Germany. On February 15, 1867, he came to America with his parents and they settled on a farm near Edwardsville, where Mr. Metzger remained until nine years ago when he retired from the farm and came to town. He did farm work for the N. O. Nelson Manufacturing Company in the past few years.
     He was married September 16, 1880, to Miss Katherine Elizabeth Feldner of Troy. Eight children were born to the union. All survive. They are Mrs. George Tegtmeyer, Mrs. William Herzog, Misses Annie, Nettie and Elizabeth Metzger and John and Fred Metzger, all of Edwardsville. He is also survived by his wife, Mrs. Catherine Metzger and one brother and a sis, G. F. Metzger, of Edwardsville and Mrs. William Kossieck of Decatur.
3

His funeral service was held on May 17, 1916 at Eden Evangelical Church, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois, Reverend H. Rahn, pastor of the church, officiated.3 He was buried on May 17, 1916 in Woodlawn Cemetery in Madison County, Illinois.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Edwardsville, Madison County, IllinoisJohn Metzger2

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , May 27, 1976.
  2. [S2692] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Metzger household.
  3. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Died Last Evening - Bernard Metzger Was Called Late Yesterday", May 16, 1916.

Katherine Elizabeth Feldner1,2

F, #17910
Father*Adam Feldner d. October, 1908
     Katherine Elizabeth Feldner lived in 1880 Troy, Madison County, Illinois.2
Katherine married Bernhard Metzger, son of John Metzger, on September 16, 1880.2

Family

Bernhard Metzger b. August 3, 1857, d. May 15, 1916
Children

Citations

  1. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , May 27, 1976.
  2. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Died Last Evening - Bernard Metzger Was Called Late Yesterday", May 16, 1916.