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A history of St. Joseph County, Indiana (Volume 1)

A history of St. Joseph County, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

A history of St. Joseph County, Indiana (Volume 1)

A history of St. Joseph County, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

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were: Joseph Buell, Henry Aug-ustine, Jacob Meyer, Mr. Hartzell, Robert Kennedy, David Ringle and his sons Samuel and Levi, Arbogast


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Jewell, Samuel Shearer, Eli Leslie, Joseph Meyer, Anthony Albert, Adam Layman, Joseph Zeiger, IMichael Smith, Amos Jewell, Hiraia Tiocker, Jacob


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F. J. Lewis Meyer, who was secretary of the board of directors, as a volunteer worker gave


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Charles Krieghbaum, Mrs. J. Lewis Meyer, Mrs. Charles Russ and Mrs. M. M. Stull. The board of trustees is:


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being valuable souvenir products, Mrs. Carrie E. Meyer displays among other things some very fine embroideries of the long ago,


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Eberhart, J. P. Hill, M. M. Meyer, John B. Stoll, W. F. Carey, John A. Chockelt, Dr. S. L. Kilmer,


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a daughter of the late Godfrey E. Meyer, and one daughter has been born to them. Mr. Brick is a


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Brick was married to Miss Anna Meyer, a daughter of the late Godfrey E. Meyer, and one daughter has been


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Clara Meyer, a daughter of Jacob Meyer, late of Harris township, St.-Jo-


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Wagner and Clara A. Meyer, a daughter of Jacob Meyer, late of Harris township, St.-Jo-


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bore the maiden name of Barbara Meyer, was a native of Alsace, France, now a part of Germany, and was


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Otto Knoblock, son of John C. and Lizetta (Meyer) Knoblock, was born in South Bend June 19, 1859, and


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married, July 12, 1853, to Lizetta Meyer, who died in 1897. He married Mrs.


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2, 1853, a son of John Martin and Elizabeth B. (Meyer) Mueller, both natives of Germany. They came to America