Descendants of Heinrich Yost born abt 1725 This Yost line was added from Ruth Schultz's site



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312. Johannes7 Gerlach (Catharina6 Schneider, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 22 Jun 1863 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. He married Elisabeth Wolf 21 Feb 1889 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. She was born 30 Aug 1865 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

Children of Johannes Gerlach and Elisabeth Wolf are:

792 i. Catharina Margaretha8 Gerlach, born 15 Dec 1889 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 02 Mar 1891 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

793 ii. Margaretha Gerlach, born 16 Oct 1891 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 25 Dec 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

794 iii. Johannes Gerlach, born 15 Sep 1893 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 22 Jul 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

795 iv. Christina Gerlach, born 25 May 1895 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

796 v. Johann Heinrich Gerlach, born 22 Jun 1897 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 17 May 1899 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

797 vi. Amalie Gerlach, born 01 Aug 1899 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 25 Jul 1900 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

798 vii. Johannes Gerlach, born 26 Jun 1901 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 03 Jan 1902 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

313. Maria Christina7 Gerlach (Catharina6 Schneider, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 01 Oct 1865 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 27 Jul 1898 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. She married Adam Vogler 12 Feb 1895 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. He was born 26 Jan 1861 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

Child of Maria Gerlach and Adam Vogler is:

799 i. Margaretha8 Vogler, born 11 Jul 1888 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 08 Mar 1891 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

322. Anna Maria7 Schneider (Johannes6, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 29 Oct 1865 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. She married Johannes Jacoby 13 Feb 1890 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, son of Johannes Jacoby and Elisabeth Kaiser. He was born 18 Oct 1862 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

Children of Anna Schneider and Johannes Jacoby are:

800 i. Georg Alexander8 Jacoby, born 10 Jun 1890 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 12 Feb 1892 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

801 ii. Johann Heinrich Jacoby, born 18 Apr 1893 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 20 Aug 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

802 iii. Heinrich Jacoby, born 01 Jun 1895 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

803 iv. Johannes Jacoby, born 23 Sep 1897 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 27 Dec 1898 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

804 v. Elisabeth Jacoby, born 01 Nov 1899 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

805 vi. Amalie Jacoby, born 16 Apr 1902 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 29 Jan 1903 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

806 vii. Anna Maria Jacoby, born 25 Dec 1903 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

326. Heinrich7 Schneider (Johannes6, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 05 May 1872 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 04 Jul 1962 in Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon. He married Magdalena Elisabeth Traudt 10 Apr 1897 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska, daughter of Johann Traudt and Margaretha Hamburger. She was born 14 Mar 1873 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 25 Mar 1959 in Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon.
Notes for Magdalena Elisabeth Traudt:

Burial: Forest Grove, Washington, OR

Children of Heinrich Schneider and Magdalena Traudt are:

+ 807 i. William Bill8 Snider, born 18 Feb 1898 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 13 Jun 1960.

808 ii. Lyda Schneider, born 15 Jan 1899 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 1900 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska.
Notes for Lyda Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: Lydia Snider


809 iii. Louis Schneider, born 06 Apr 1901 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 1903 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska.
Notes for Louis Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: Louis Snider


810 iv. Mary Marie Mae Schneider, born 29 Jun 1905 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 04 Mar 1996 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon. She married Elmer Olson 28 Jan 1939 in Kelso, Cowlitz, Washington; born 05 Oct 1902 in Winlock, Lewis, Washington; died 14 Jun 1969.
Notes for Mary Marie Mae Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: Mary Snider, Marie Snider


811 v. Charles Friedrich Schneider, born 16 Oct 1907 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 14 Jul 1955 in Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon.
Notes for Charles Friedrich Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: Charles Snider


812 vi. Robert Leslie Schneider, born 18 Aug 1911 in Weatherford, Custer, Oklahoma; died 16 Jun 1990 in Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon. He married Marjorie Elizabeth Peterson 12 Sep 1936 in Salem, Marion, Oregon; born 20 Nov 1914 in Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon; died 29 Jan 1999 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.
Notes for Robert Leslie Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: Robert Snider


813 vii. John Paul Schneider, born 20 May 1914 in Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; died 30 Jul 1982 in Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon.
Notes for John Paul Schneider:

May 2009: Another spelling of the name: John Snider



328. Louisa7 Schneider (Johannes6, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 24 Jan 1876 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 11 Jul 1957 in Hastings, Adams Co, Nebraska. She married Conrad Traudt 1896 in Hastings, Adams Co, Nebraska, son of Johann Traudt and Margaretha Hamburger. He was born 01 Apr 1874 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 09 Dec 1953 in Hastings, Adams Co, Nebraska.

Children of Louisa Schneider and Conrad Traudt are:

814 i. Anna8 Traudt, born Sep 1895 in Nebraska.

815 ii. Ada Traudt, born Nov 1897 in Nebraska.



346. Johannes7 HELZER (Christina6 SCHNEIDER, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 14 Feb 1871 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. He married Christina Margaretha HELZER 1893 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, daughter of Heinrich HELZER and Anna Hohnstein. She was born 29 Nov 1870 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.
Notes for Johannes HELZER:

Mar 2006: Added per the Helzer Pleve chart, however, I can not read the spelling or the dates very well at all. So this information is not confirmed correct from the chart.

Children of Johannes HELZER and Christina HELZER are:

816 i. Catharina Sophia8 HELZER, born 05 Feb 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 22 Aug 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

817 ii. Jacob HELZER, born 17 Sep 1894 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 15 Aug 1896 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

818 iii. Elisabeth HELZER, born 04 Mar 1898 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 11 May 1904 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

819 iv. Anna Maria HELZER, born 08 Feb 1900 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

820 v. Catharina Magdalena HELZER, born 25 Mar 1902 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

821 vi. Margaretha HELZER, born 07 Jan 1904 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

347. Elisabeth7 HELZER (Christina6 SCHNEIDER, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 05 Nov 1873 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. She married Johannes MULLER 08 Feb 1896 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, son of Ludwig Muller and Catharina Weber. He was born 03 Jun 1877 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.
Notes for Johannes MULLER:

Jan 2009: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=norkaaid&id=I9975

Added the children.

Miller Ancestral chart: Village of Norka

Johannes Müller, [child of Ludwig Müller and Catharina Maria Weber], b. 3.06.1877, m. Elisabeth Hölzer, b. 5.11.1873, married 8.02.1896.

Children:

1. Christina Margaretha, b. 5.10.1897.

2. Johann Georg, b. 13.10.1899.

3. Maria, b. 19.02.1902.

4. Jacob, b. 21.04.1904.

Children of Elisabeth HELZER and Johannes MULLER are:

822 i. Christina Margaretha8 Muller, born 05 Oct 1897 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.


Notes for Christina Margaretha Muller:

Jan 2009: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=norkaaid&id=I9975

Added the children.
823 ii. Johann Georg Muller, born 13 Oct 1899 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.
Notes for Johann Georg Muller:

Jan 2009: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=norkaaid&id=I9975

Added the children.
824 iii. Maria Muller, born 19 Sep 1902 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.
Notes for Maria Muller:

Jan 2009: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=norkaaid&id=I9975

Added the children.
825 iv. Jacob Muller, born 21 Apr 1904 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.
Notes for Jacob Muller:

Jan 2009: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=norkaaid&id=I9975

Added the children.

349. Johann Georg7 HELZER (Christina6 SCHNEIDER, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 29 Jan 1879 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 07 Mar 1959 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He married Anna Margaret Ross 27 Nov 1904 in Denver, Colorado. She was born 08 Jan 1884 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 15 Jan 1969 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.
Notes for Johann Georg HELZER:

May 2012: From Ruth Schultz

According to the 1920 and 1930 US Census records,

Home in 1920: Winter Creek, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska

Father's Name: George L Helzer Father's Birthplace: Russia

Mother's Name: Maggie Helzer Mother's Birthplace: Russia

George L Helzer 41; Maggie Helzer 37; Lillian Helzer 14

Rachel Helzer 12; Willie Helzer 8; Daniel Helzer 4


Dec 2009: Received an email from Scott Schaub with information on his line.

He was known as: George L Helzer

He sent a picture of the tombstones. Burial: Fairview Cemetery in Scottsbluff

George L: Jan 29, 1879 Mar 7, 1959; Anna M: Jan 8, 1884 Jan 15, 1969

Obit: George L Helzer, 80, of 1605 Fifth Ave, Scottsbluff, a resident of Western Nebraska since 1905, died Saturday at a Scottsbulff Hospital.

Born Jan 19, 1879, at Norka, Russia, he came to the United States Jan 7, 1900, and worked in the cotton mills at Denver.

He was married Nov 27, 1904, at Denver to Anna Margarete Ross and the following March they moved to Alliance where he was emplyed as a car repairman by the Burlington Railroad. He came to Scottsbulff in 1909 and farmed east of town until 1917 when he purchased his own farm northeast of the city. He farmed 25 years until ill health forced his retirement. He moved to Scottsbluff in 1942.

Survivors, in addition to his wife, include two sons, William and Daniel, both of Scottsbluff; three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Fink of Portland, Ore, Mrs Raychel Yost and Mrs. Meriam Neuwirth of Scottsbluff, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A brother and sister preceded him in death.

Services will be at 2 pm Tuesday from the First Emmanuel Congregational Church of Scottsbluff with the Rev. Henry Schneider officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.

Dec 2009: Scott noted that I had the wrong birth date for Johann Georg. 19 Jan 1879.

I looked it up on the Helzer Pleve chart. He was correct. I changed it to 29 Jan 1879.
Notes for Anna Margaret Ross:

Dec 2009: Received an email from Scott Schaub with information on his line.

Obit: Anna M Helzer

Anna Margaret Helzer, 85, a long-time resident of Scottsbluff died at a local rest home early Wednesday morning.

She was born Jan 8, 1884, in Norka, Russia. She came to the United States with her parents in 1901 to Kearney.

She was married to George L Helzer at Denver Nov. 27, 1904. They moved to Alliance the same year and came to Scottsbluff in 1909, where she and her husband farmed northeast of town.

They moved to the city of Scottsbluff in 1942.

She was the oldest living member of the Emmanuel Congregational Church and was a charter member of the church and the Church Senior Aid.

Survivors include two sons, William and Daniel, both of Scottsbluff. Three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Fink of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Joseph (Rachel) Yost and Mrs. Henry (Miram) Neuwirth, both of Scottsbluff; and nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1959 and by two brothers and three sisters.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 am at the Emmanuel Congregation Church in Scottsbluff.

Rev. Carl F Brost will officate and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. xxxx

Children of Johann HELZER and Anna Ross are:

+ 826 i. Lillian8 Helzer, born 22 Sep 1906; died 06 Nov 1989.

+ 827 ii. Rachel Louise Helzer, born 02 Oct 1907 in Alliance, Nebraska; died 14 Jul 1987 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff Co, Nebraska.

+ 828 iii. William Helzer, born 10 Apr 1912 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska; died 14 Apr 1995 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.

+ 829 iv. Daniel Helzer, born 31 Jan 1916; died 28 Sep 1998 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska.

+ 830 v. Miriam Virginia Helzer, born 17 Feb 1923 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.

831 vi. Caroline Emma Helzer, born 20 Apr 1924; died 19 May 1925.
Notes for Caroline Emma Helzer:

Dec 2009: Received an email from Scott Schaub with information on the Cemetery in Scottsbluff.

Burial: Fairview Cemetery in Scottsbluff
Dec 2009: I do not know for sure who this child is. The "OWNER" of the plot is George Helzer.

It is a very good chance that these are 2 children that died young.


832 vii. Coral Mae Helzer, born Abt. 1927; died 18 Sep 1937.
Notes for Coral Mae Helzer:

Dec 2009: Received an email from Scott Schaub with information on the Cemetery in Scottsbluff.

Burial: Fairview Cemetery in Scottsbluff
Dec 2009: I do not know for sure who this child is. The "OWNER" of the plot is George Helzer.

It is a very good chance that these are 2 children that died young.



351. Johannes7 Weitzel (Dorothea6 Schneider, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 01 Jan 1873 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 01 Oct 1956. He married Catharina Sauer 19 Jan 1902 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. She was born 20 Jun 1878 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

Children of Johannes Weitzel and Catharina Sauer are:

+ 833 i. Katherine8 Weitzel, born 13 Feb 1903 in Denver, Denver, Colorado.

834 ii. John Weitzel, born Abt. 1905.



355. Johann Heinrich7 Weitzel (Dorothea6 Schneider, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 02 Mar 1881 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. He married Emma Kilthau Abt. 1905. She was born Abt. 1885.

Child of Johann Weitzel and Emma Kilthau is:

835 i. Daniel8 Weitzel, born 26 Apr 1919; died 11 Jan 2005.

358. George7 Weitzel (Dorothea6 Schneider, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 07 Jul 1885 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 13 Sep 1969 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska. He married Christina Schmer 29 Jan 1911 in Denver, Denver, Colorado, daughter of Johann SCHMER and Maria FRIES. She was born 03 Jul 1889 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, and died 02 Mar 1958 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska.
Notes for George Weitzel:

Mar 2008: By Judy Weitzel Grand Island Independent, Grand Island, NE, April 25, 2005 (Part)

http://www.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/grhc/articles/newspapers/news/old_news/weitzel.html

My grandfather, George Weitzel, was born in Norka, Russia, on July 7, 1885.

At the age of 6, he came across the Atlantic Ocean to the United States on the ship S.S. Weimer. On Dec. 31, 1891, they landed on the East Coast and on Jan. 3, 1892, they were in Baltimore.

His family settled near Sutton and then moved to Harvard. During the early years, they lived in Kearney, where George worked in a cotton mill, where my grandfather swept floors for 15 cents a day. The family also lived in western Nebraska, where they worked in the sugar beet fields.


Mar 2008: Teri Helzer wrote to Ruth Schultz. George Weitzel

This may shed a little light on the Castle Gardens issue and Sutton, NE from our personal family genealogy records.

From "The Weitzel Family History" written by Mildred Weitzel Rath:

George Weitzel was born in Norka, Russia, and the age of six came across the Atlantic Ocean to the United States on the ship S.S. Weimar. On December 31, 1891, they landed on the East Coast at the Port of New York before the ship went on to Baltimore, Maryland, arriving on January 3, 1892 . His

family settled near Sutton (NE) and then moved to Harvard (NE). During the early years, they also lived in Kearney (NE) where George worked in a cotton mill and in western Nebraska where the family worked in the sugar beet fields.

George Weitzel bought farm land near Harvard, Clay, NE sometime before the 1910 census..


Notes for Christina Schmer:

Mar 2008: I originally had the birth date of: 03 Jul 1899

Mar 2008: By Judy Weitzel Grand Island Independent, Grand Island, NE, April 25, 2005 (Part)
My grandmother, Christina Schmer, was also born in Norka, Russia, on July 3, 1889.

After the early death of her father, Christina, her mother and two brothers came to the United States in 1906. She often talked about being on the ship on her 17th birthday.

An uncle from Superior sent her family the money for the trip. Her fare was $75, which she had to repay.

They landed in America and went to Superior. The town confused Christina because she thought they meant Siberia -- the frigid, cold, northern Russian country where some people were sent.

Later they moved to Denver, where Christina went to work for Jewish people who taught her to cook American foods. She was quite impressed when they put butter on their beef steak.

On Sundays, she would take the street car to Globeville, Colo., to visit her mother. This was a German settlement in Denver. Although George and Christina were both from Norka, Russia, they did not know each other until they met in Denver in 1910, where George was visiting relatives.


George and his brother Louie farmed with their dad until he retired and moved to Harvard.
George and Louie "drew straws" to determine which brother would stay on the farm. George won, and he and Christina lived on the farm for more than 40 years. Their seven children -- Norman, Paul (my father), George Jr., Lawrence, Dora and Mildred -- were born and raised on the farm. One son, Heinrich, died as an infant.
During the Depression years of the 1930s, there was very little rain, only a few crops and no jobs. George Jr. and Lawrence joined the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and did road construction and soil conservation work, and planted trees.
They worked on projects away from home near Nelson and Hebron. They were paid $30 per month, or about about $1 per day. They sent $25 home to their parents, and kept $5 per month for their spending money. The four brothers also worked on the Burlington Railroad at different times after fall harvest.
Grandma Christina spent many lonely hours on the farm, having left her mother to move to their Nebraska country farm home. During the first week of September, the Burlington Railroad would offer a special fare -- $9 for a round trip -- to Denver. Christina would take Dora and Mildred along to visit their grandma for a week. They would miss the first days of school, but their mother always said the first week "wouldn't count any how."
By then, her mother had remarried in Denver, so she had several stepsisters. One of them married George's brother, Henry Weitzel, and they lived in Mitchell, Neb.
George and Christina retired in Harvard. George passed away on Sept. 13, 1969, and Christina died on March 2, 1958. Both are buried in the Harvard cemetery, along with Dorothea and her husband Henry.
After serving four years in the U.S. Army, my father, Paul Weitzel, came back to Harvard to live the rest of his life where his grandparents settled after their journey from Russia. He died in 1986 and also is buried in the Harvard cemetery with his wife, Berneitta, who passed away in 1999.

Children of George Weitzel and Christina Schmer are:

836 i. Norman8 Weitzel, born 03 Nov 1911 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 25 Nov 1990 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska. He married ? Arp; born Abt. 1915.

837 ii. Heinrich Weitzel, born 24 Feb 1913 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 24 Feb 1913 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska.

+ 838 iii. Paul George Weitzel, born 02 Mar 1914 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 15 Jan 1986 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska.

839 iv. George Henry Weitzel, born 21 Jan 1916 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 05 Jul 1991 in Norfolk, Virginia. He married Troas K Epler; born Abt. 1917; died 28 Mar 1990.


Notes for George Henry Weitzel:

1916-1991 --George Henry Weitzel, Jr. of Chesapeake, VA died Friday, July 5, 1991 in Chesapeake General Hospital.

Memorial services were held July 9, 1991 in the Oman Funeral Home's Great Bridge Chapel with the Rev. Leslie Whealton officiating. Entombment was with military graveside honors.

Mr. Weitzel was born on a farm near Harvard, to J. George and Christina (Schmer) Weitzel, and graduated from Harvard High School in 1934. He was married to Troas K. Epler. She died March 28, 1990.

He retired from the U.S. Nav after 20 years of service, and was a supervisor at the Chesapeake Detention Home for 14 years. He was a member of the Oak Groove United Methodist Church, Fleet Reserve Association Branch 37, and the American Association of Retired Persons.

Also preceding him in death were his parents, three brothers, Norman Weitzel, Paul Weitzel, Lawrence Weitzel, and one sister, Dora Helzer Uhrich.


+ 840 v. Dora Christina Weitzel, born 07 Nov 1917 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 27 Dec 1987 in Hastings, Adams Co, Nebraska.

841 vi. Lawrence Weitzel, born 22 Dec 1919 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska; died 03 Mar 1991 in St Louis, Missouri. He married ? Fitzsimmons; born Abt. 1920.

+ 842 vii. Mildred Freda Weitzel, born Abt. 1922 in Harvard, Clay, Nebraska.

368. Elisabeth7 Schneider (Heinrich6, Heinrich Peter5, Johann Georg4, Anna Maria3 Yost, Heinrich2, Father1) was born 20 Sep 1878 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia. She married Heinrich Weitzel 03 Jun 1897 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia, son of Heinrich Weitzel and Christina Jacoby. He was born 30 Aug 1878 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

Children of Elisabeth Schneider and Heinrich Weitzel are:

843 i. Elisabeth8 Schneider, born 18 Nov 1895 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 30 Nov 1895 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

844 ii. Johann Jacob Weitzel, born 15 Sep 1897 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

845 iii. Georg Heinrich Weitzel, born 26 May 1900 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

846 iv. Elisabeth Weitzel, born 24 Nov 1902 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia; died 27 Feb 1904 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.

847 v. Heinrich Weitzel, born 24 Jan 1905 in Norka Colony, Saratov, Russia.



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