Sources

[S2] Registry Office in Limbach, Germany., Handwritten records signed in the hand of witnesses. (6654 Limbach, Saar, Germany.)

[S3] Guido Müller, Kühlweinstrasse 63, 6620 Völklingen, Germany, Guido Müller is a German genealogist living in Volklingen, Germany. His research of the Schwitzgebel line included an extensive search of public records at "Standesampt der Gemeinde Kirkel, 6654 Limbach/Saar, Germany, and produced numerous photo-copies of the handwritten records. (1987-89).

[S4] Harry C. Schwitzgebel received many letters during his correspondence with friends and relatives. His collection of letters provide much of the information for this genealogy.

[S5] "Die Einwohner von Bierbach bis 1830" from the Circle of Genealogy to the region of Saar, Germany.
(Region of Saar, Germany.)

[S6] Bernard (Bernie) Schwitzgebel, Personal experiences and information collected by Bernie Schwitzgebel. Includes information and events known to him personally, as well as stories told to him by family members, relatives, and other persons with personal knowledge.

[S7] Stark County Clerk, Birth Certificate

[S8] Arthur Schwitzgebel of Oberbayern, Germany., Descendents of Jacob Schwitzgebel.

[S9] Personal files owned by Bernie Schwitzgebel of Bowling Green, Kentucky contain numerous original and copied documents, including Family Group Sheets, Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, Books, Obituary Notices, letters, Photographs, etc. All such documents are numbered for filing and reference purposes, and a log kept.

[S10] Harry C. Schwitzgebel, Handwritten notes by Harry C. Schwitzgebel detailing personal information about his family and relatives. (Date of handwritten notes is 3 Apr 1959.)

[S11] Viola Elizabeth Phillippi Schwitzgebel, Handwritten notes made by Viola (Phillippi) Schwitzgebel describing her father, Charles Manual Phillippi. (Handwritten notes made around 1985 and given to Bernie Schwitzgebel, her son.)

[S12] Gilbert C. Schwitzgebel and Bernard C. Schwitzgebel, Descendancy chart listing the descendants of Hubbard Abel and his wife Christina Jeuck.

[S13] Bernie Schwitzgebel, Notes from a personal interview with Barbara Eisenkopf (mother was Elisabeth Abel). Interview was made in Obertiefenbach, Germany in September 1982 by Bernie Schwitzgebel, and assisted by Peter and Gertrude Kremer. The interview was made in Barbara's home. It contains detailed information about the descendents of Hubbard (Hubert) Abel and Christina Jeuk.

[S14] Henry Joseph Bauman, Notes list birth dates, death dates, and places for Bauman relatives.. Includes surnames Bauman and Winafeldt.

[S15] Standesamt der Gemeinde Kirkel, 6654 Limbach/Saar,Germany, Marriage record for Gottfried Schwitzgebel and Catharine Wagner.

[S16] Standesamt der Gemeinde Kirkel, 6654 Limbach,Saar,Germany, Marriage Record for Friederick Schwitzgebel and Maria Schwitzgebel -- Both same surname.Marriage record for Friederich Schwitzgebel and Maria Schwitzgebel - - both same surname. Not known if there is a blood relationship. Copy of the record is owned by Bernie Schwitzgebel, Bowling Green, Kentucky.

[S17] Standesamt der Gemeinde Kirkel, 6654 Limbach/Saar,Germany., Marriage record of Gottfried Schwitzgebel and Christina Seel.

[S18] Registry Office at Kirkel-Neuhausel, Germany., Marriage document for Ludwig Schwitzgebel and Charlotta Regitz.

[S19] Standesamt der Gemeinde Kirkel, 6654 Limbach/Saar,Germany, Marriage and Death dates for Maria Susanna Schwitzgebel and Daniel Bettinger. Maria is the daughter of Johann Peter Schwitzgebel and Maria Eva Schmitt.

[S20] James Richard (Jim) Griggy of Akron, Ohio., Descendents of George Griggy and Susan Stoudt. Includes birth, death and marriage dates. Reference Document LST 00029

[S21] 1900 U.S. Census, Campbell Co., Kentucky. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-623, Roll 513.)

[S22] 1920 U.S. Census, Campbell Co., Kentucky. (National Archives Microfilm.)

[S23] 1880 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio (National Archives Microfilm, Reel 997.)

[S24] 1880 U.S. Census, Hamilton Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm.)

[S25] 1880 U.S. Census, Campbell Co., Kentucky. (National Archives Microfilm.)

[S27] Obituary of Leo Bernard Mayer. (Publisher unknown. Photocopy owned by Bernard Schwitzgebel, Bowling
Green, Kentucky 42103.)

[S28] Mary Jane Saylor, Research notes.

[S29] Gilbert Schwitzgebel, A collection of notes, family group sheets, and descendancy charts kept by Gilbert C. Schwitzgebel, and his uncle Harry C. Schwitzgebel, during nearly 20 years of research.

[S31] Death certificate. (Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department of Human Resources, Office of Vital Statistics.)

[S32] Commonwealth of Kentucky, Death Index entry for Helen T. Mayer, File 12244, Volume 025. (University of Kentucky Death Index gopher database [gopher://ukcc.uky.edu:9105/2].)

[S33] Commonwealth of Kentucky, Death Index entry for Bernard Leo Mayer, File 29573, Volume 60. (University of Kentucky Death Index gopher database [gopher://ukcc.uky.edu:9105/2].)

[S34] Commonwealth of Kentucky, Death Index entry for Eleanor E. Matthews, File 16107, Volume 33. (University of Kentucky Death Index gopher database [gopher://ukcc.uky.edu:9105/2].)

[S36] Commonwealth of Kentucky, Death Index entry for Naomi Flickinger, File 03294, Volume 7. (University of Kentucky Death Index gopher database [gopher://ukcc.uky.edu:9105/2].)

[S37] Stark County, Ohio Probate Court, Marriage Record for Frederick Schwitzgebel and Margaretta Ottle. Date of license application is 15 Jun 1888. Date of Marriage is 1 Dec 1888. (15 June 1888.)

[S38] Bon D. Ecker (1938), "Kirkel-Neuhäusel und seine Burg."
A book describing the history and residents of Kirkel-Neuhausel, Germany. (Published in 1938 by Saarbrücker Drukerei und Verlag (Saarbrücken Printers and Publishers) of Saarbrücken, Germany.)

[S39] Author and date unknown., "Vom Faustkeil zum Forderturm." A book of historical information pertaining to Kirkel-Neuhausel, Germany.

[S40] Guido Müller - Kühlweinstrasse 63, 6620 Völklingen, Germany., A six generation genealogical listing of the Schwitzgebel line. Information for the list was extracted from various sources including "Kirkel-Neuhäusel und seine Burg" and "Vom Faustkeil zum Förderturm." Additional data was extracted from files at Standesamt der Gemeinde kirkel, 6654 Limbach, Saar, Germany. (16 Mar 1988.)

[S41] 1900 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-623, Roll 1244.)

[S42] Robert Lynn Shimek, Saint Mary's Catholic Church of Morges, Ohio:
Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths: 1834 - 1987

Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church of Malvern, Ohio:
Baptisms (1883 - ), Marriages (1894 - ), and Interments (Death Records)

[S43] Ruth (Elemrick) Horning, Descendents of William P. Horning and Ruth Elmerick.

[S44] Jim Griggy - Akron, Ohio, Family members, relationships and dates for Griggy descendents.

[S45] Edited by Ira A. Glazier, P. William Filby, "Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports." (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1993.)

[S46] 1910 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-624, Roll 1158.)

[S47] 1870 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series M-593, Roll 1258.)

[S48] Richard J. Schrader and Mary Jayne Aylward, "The Descendants of Peter Andes, Sr. and Maria Anna Artz Through Four Generations in America Including the History of the Schroeder (Schrader) Family." (Richard J. Schrader, 1983.)

[S49] Linda Gauer, Letter From Linda Gauer to Bernie Schwitzgebel. General information about Griggy and Gauer surnames.

[S50] Lois (Griggy) Schwitzgebel, Handwritten notes made by Lois (Griggy) Schwitzgebel, and containing information transcribed from grave stones in the St. Joseph Cemetery in Randolph, Ohio, and St. Peter's and St. John's cemeteries in Canton, Ohio.

[S55] 1880 U.S. Census, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-9, Roll 1149.)

[S56] Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-97. (National Archives Microfilm, Series M-237.)

[S57] 1880 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-9, Roll 1059.)

[S59] Jim Griggy, E-Mail message received from Jim Griggy listing the names of children born to Adam Griggy and Anne Lansinger, and to Joseph Griggy and Mandella Ake. (7 March 1996.)

[S60] Ruth Arlene Griggy, Five-generation Ancestor Chart for Ruth Arlene Griggy.

[S61] Ruth Arlene (Griggy) Engelhardt, Ravenna, Ohio., Family Group Sheet lists personal data for Johannes Criqui, his spouse, Katharyna, and seven children.

[S62] Marcia Engelhardt, Ravenna, Ohio, A family group sheet listing family data for John Griggy, his wife Therese Hoot, and 8 children.

[S63] Linda Gauer, Norton, Ohio 44203, A descendents chart listing direct descendents from Johann Creque (Criqui) (Griggy). The chart is accompanied by a letter briefly describing the information on the chart. (25 January 1987.)

[S65] Various funeral homes and newspapers., A collection of obituary notices and funeral home prayer cards.

[S68] Linda Gauer, A collection of Family Group Sheets, obituary notices, photographs, and other data which pertains to the Griggy, Criqui, Crique, and Gauer lines and their descendants. (4 April 1996.)

[S69] Lois (Griggy) Schwitzgebel, A collection of birth, death and marriage dates collected by personal interview at annual Griggy family reunions. These notes pertain to the descendents of Johannes (Criqui) Griggy.

[S70] Msgr. Pfeil, "Historical Sketch and Reminiscences of St. Joseph's Church, Randolph, Ohio." (Publisher unknown, 1931.)

[S71] 1860 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series M-653, Roll 1025.)

[S72] Portage County Historical Society, "1874-1978 Bicentennial Atlas."

[S73] "Marriage Records, Portage Co., Ohio, 1808--1865." Part of the "Early Vital Records of Ohio" series compiled by the Daughters of the American Revolution. (Daughters of the American Revolution, February 1960.
Micropublished as Ohio County Records, Volume 21, Film 87, by The Genealogical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1963.)

[S74] Dale F. Denham, Descendants of Jacob Breehl and Dorothy (surname unknown). This data is listed in descendant chart format. (17 July 1995.)

[S75] Mary Margaret (Schwitzgebel) Vlacovsky, Descendants of Leonard Joseph Vlacovsky and Mary Margaret Schwitzgebel.

[S76] Eileen (Larke) Miller, A listing of descendants from Clyde William Larke and Frances Breehl. (27 April 1996.)

[S77] 1900 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-623, Roll 1314.)

[S78] "A Portrait and Biographical Record of Portage and Summit Counties, Ohio, Containing Biographical Sketches of Many Prominent and Representative Citizens, Together with Portraits and Biographies of all the Presidents of the United States, and Biographies of the Governors of Ohio." (Logansport, Indiana: A.W. Bowen & Co., 1898.
Micropublished as publication no. 255 on reel 77 of "County Histories of the 'Old Northwest': Series II, Ohio." New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, Inc., 1973.)

[S79] Denise (Creque) Tupa, Private E-mail from Denise Tupa, in which she describes her findings at St. Joseph's cemetery, in Portage Co., Ohio. (13 May 1996.)

[S80] Probate Court, Portage County, Ohio, Birth registration document and accompanying affidavits registered by Frank Creque with Probate Court, Portage County, Ohio, in 1942. (22 Apr 1942.)

[S82] Stark County Chapter, The Ohio Genealogical Society, "Stark County, Ohio Death Records." (Randolph, Ohio: Kelly Print Shop, 1991.)

[S83] Powell, Esther Weygandt, "Tombstone Inscriptions and Family Records of Carroll Co., Ohio." (Akron, Ohio: Esther Weygandt Powell, 1973)

[S84] "Portage County, Ohio Cemeteries, Volume VI, Randolph Township (1804-1993)." (Ravenna, Ohio: Portage County Genealogical Society, 1993.)

[S85] Widger, Betty, "Portage County, Ohio Marriages / extracted by Betty J. Widger." (Warsaw, Indiana: Larry & Cynthia Scheuer, 1990.)

[S86] Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler and Rebecca J. Swinehart, Descendancy chart for Johannes Weimer, compiled from information from Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler, in lists of migrations, and from Rebecca Swinehart. (Albuquerque, New Mexico: The Weimer Genealogical Center, 1992.)

[S91] Eleanor (Revnik) Erber, Revnik and Erber family data. (29 May 1996 and 30 May 1996.)

[S92] Death notice for Elisabeth Mayer (nee Wiemer), which appeared in Cincinnati Volksfreund, a German language newspaper published in Cincinnati, Ohio during the 1800's. Cincinnati, Ohio: Cincinnati Volksfreund, 26 October 1878. (Microform copies of Cincinnati Volksfreund are part of the collection at the Cincinnati/Hamilton Co. Public Library)

[S93] 1850 U.S. Census, Baltimore Co., Maryland. (National Archives Microfilm, Series M-432, Roll 286.)

[S94] 1880 U.S. Census Soundex. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-767, Roll 135.)

[S95] Alice (Paulus) Smith, A listing of Paulus family data. (17 Jun 1996.)

[S96] Carl F. Schwitzgebel, Listing of birth dates for Kenneth C. Rectenwalt, Leona Evans, and their children. (Eleanor (Revnik) Erber, 21 Jun 1996)

[S97] Rick Abel, Query "ABEL/BREEHL; DEU>OH,USA>Chicago, Cook Co,IL,USA; 1858 -1945", which refers to William and Barbara (Breehl) Abel, posted in Usenet newsgroup soc.genealogy.surnames. (4 July 1996.)

[S98] "Portage Co., Ohio Cemeteries, Volume II, Brimfield Township and Suffield Township (1808-1991)." (Ravenna, Ohio: The Portage County Genealogical Society, 1992.)

[S99] Newspaper death notice containing brief biography. (Knoxville, TN.)

[S100] James B. Holm, Editor, "Portage Heritage: A history of Portage County, Ohio; its towns and townships and the men and women who have developed then; its life, institutions and biographies, facts and lore." (Portage County Historical Society.

Lucille Dudley, Assistant Editor
Sesqui-Centennial Edition, 1957)

[S101] Rick Abel, GEDCOM file containing information about the descendants of William S. Abel. (Rick Abel, 1996.)

[S103] A collection of E-Mail messages from persons with specific information pertaining to this genealogy.

[S104] Dr. Albert Joseph Paulus, A Paulus family history written by Dr. Albert Joseph Paulus, with anecdotes from his sisters and brothers. (The Paulus Family, 1971.)

[S107] Dale Denham, Miscellaneous information about Breehl relatives obtained by personal interview and from cemetery gravestones.

[S108] 1850 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series M-432, Roll 722.)

[S109] "History of Portage Co., Ohio." (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co., 1885.
Micropublished as publication no. 156 on reel 48 of "County Histories of the 'Old Northwest': Series II, Ohio." New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, Inc., 1973.)

[S110] Obituary notices appearing in local newspapers, etc.

[S111] Information appearing in a regular edition of a newspaper.

[S112] State of Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, Death certificate. (Ohio Historical Center, Archives/Library Division, 1982 Velma Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211.)

[S114] Mike Schwitzgebel, Notes on readings of selected headstones in St. Joseph's Catholic Church cemetery, Randolph, Portage Co., Ohio. (October 1996.)

[S115] Death Certificate. (Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.)

[S116] Selected baptismal, marriage, and death records transcribed from documents at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Randolph, Portage Co., Ohio. (Transcribed by Peter Bidinger, 1996.)

[S117] Bernhard Allgeier, Private e-mail note containing information about the family of Wendelin and Symphorosa Wiemer, as extracted from Gamshurst church records. (31 October 1996.)

[S118] 1860 U.S. Census, Hamilton Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T-7, Roll 217.)

[S119] Letters of military discharge and good behaviour, and passport, of Anthony Paulus. (Tom Paulus.)

[S121] Various, A collection of letters containing information and data of importance.

[S122] James Edward Paulus, Dates and information relating to Albert Joseph Paulus, his family and descendents.

[S123] James Edward Paulus, Family Group Sheets containing data and information pertaining to descendents of Dr. Albert Joseph Paulus. (5 Feb 1997 at Hamilton, Ohio)

[S124] "Frühe Gamshurster Soldaten und Auswanderer, 1750-1950." (LDS Film #1676881) Historical information about Gamshurst, Baden, Germany, with names of soldiers who served in Napoleon's 1812 Russian campaign and genealogical information about emigrant families from Gamshurst during the 18th and 19th centuries. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990.)

[S125] Various. Collected by Alice (Paulus) Smith., A collection of family group information pertaining to the descendents of Francis Anthony Paulus and Odelia Knapp.

[S126] Peter Bidinger, A hierarchical chart listing as many as five generations of the descendants of Michael Knapp and Magdalena Rothe, originally from Alsace, France, and later inhabitants of Portage Co., Ohio, United States. (Gahanna, Ohio: Peter Bidinger, 27 November 1996.)

[S127] Bob Dyer, "Money talks, but sound can be unpleasant." An article about baseball players' greed. Mention is made of Victor W. Breehl. (Akron, Ohio: Beacon Journal Online [http://www.ohio.com/bj/index.html], 22 April 1996.)

[S128] Cecelia (Griggy) Mathia, Family data for various Griggy descendants. (19 May 1997)

[S129] Elaine (Andes) McQuaide, Andes descendant and family information. (16 May 1997.)

[S131] Wilma (Boeshart) Frank, Andes family and descendants data. (20 May 1997)

[S132] Unknown agent of the city of Menchenhoffen, Alsace, France (Canton of Ingweiler), Transcription from a microfilm copy of Magdalena Rothe's civil birth record. (Unknown. Transcription and source facsimile provided by Peter Bidinger.)

[S133] A "Prayer Card" or other rememberance provided by a funeral home at the time of funeral services or arrangements.

[S134] GeorgeSchiller, A handwritten list of data prepared by George Schiller. (18 Oct 1997)

[S135] Dorothy Ceceila Breehl, Family notes written in her own hand by Dorothy Cecelia Breehl. (8 Nov 1987)

[S136] Charlene Tomechko, E-mail messages containing information about Adam Creque and Anna Lenzinger descendants.

[S137] Andrea Bach, E-mail correspondence with Andrea Bach about Schwitzgebel relatives.

[S138] GEDCOM data file created from the research database of Paul V. Hoot. (Paul V. Hoot, 15 November 1997.)

[S139] Cynthy Mandl, E-mail correspondence containing information from records read by Cynthy Mandl at the courthouse in Ravenna, Portage Co., Ohio.

[S141] Jean-Marie Ottelé, E-mail correspondence about the ancestors of Margaret Ottle Schwitzgebel.

[S143] Carroll County, Carroll County, Ohio Courthouse Marriage record - Volume 5, Page 327.

[S146] Paul Lawton, Personal e-mail from Paul Lawton pertaining to the line of John Memmer of Portage Co., Ohio.

[S147] Bernd Schwitzgebel, E-mail correspondence from Bernd Schwitzgebel about descendants of Johann Georg Schwitzgebel and Maria Ungerbühler.

[S148] Barbara Ann Hykes, A collections of information and data compiled from family bibles, newspaper obituaries, and personal interview with family members. (Barbara Ann Hykes)

[S149] IBID., Batch #C967751, Source Call #:0560484

[S150] Copies of marriage certificates or documents which are in the possession of a researcher.

[S151] A handwritten certificate recording the date of baptism.

[S152] Copies of original Confirmation Certificates or documents.

[S153] Original document, or copies of originals, owned by Bernie Schwitzgebel of Bowling Green, Kentucky.

[S155] Data compiled by German genealogist, Harald Reviol, in the course of his research. Including transcriptions of Civil and Church records for Kirkel, Germany and surrounds. (Harald Reviol)

[S157] Bernd Schwitzgebel, The descendants of Mathias Schwitzgebel as compiled by Bernd Schwitzgebel.
Bernd Schwitzgebel
Richard-Wagner-Str. 65,
67304 Eisenberg, Germany

[S158] Don Walter, E-mail correspondence regarding descendants of Frank Walter and Frances Mayer, as well as the bloodlines of Leo Bernard Mayer and Elisabeth Wiemer

[S159] Data received from Dennis Stark on 14 Apr 2000. The data was received in printed form and was generated by his genealogy database.

[S160] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R) (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of January 17, 2004)

[S161] Paul J. Horning, A history of the Hornung Descendants from 1715 to 2001. Received by Bernard C. Schwitzgebel of Bowling Green, Kentucky on 3 Mar 2001.

[S162] Enno Doerr, GEDCOM file received from Enno Doerr on 12 Oct 2001 by Bernie Schwitzgebel of Bowling Green, Kentucky.

[S163] Rolf Federle, E-mail correspondence with Rolf Federle concerning descendants of Blasius Federle.

[S164] Michael R. Breehl, This e-mail message was received by Michael Schwitzgebel on 7 Apr 2002.

[S165] Karen Skaja, "Re: Philippi Family Tree," e-mail message from to Mike Schwitzgebel, 10 Jul 1999.

[S169] U.S. Social Security Death Index The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (www.familysearch.org)

[S336] Tim Allgeyer, E-mail correspondence with Tim Allgeyer about Wiemers from Gamshurst, Baden.

[S337] Book of Baptisms, Gamshurst (1740-1845). Written accounts of baptisms for the parish of Saint Nicholas Church in Gamshurst, Baden. Written in Latin from 1740-1785; German script (Deutscheschrift) after 1786. (Church of Latter Day Saints Microfilm #0958348, p. 131.)

[S338] Book of Deaths, Gamshurst (1740-1900). Written accounts of deaths for the parish of St. Nicholas Church in Gamshurst, Baden. For the years 1740 through 1785, in Latin; 1786 and after, written in German script (Deutscheschrift). (Church of Latter Day Saints Microfilm #0958352, p. 20.)

[S339] Information from Tim Allgeyer, a researcher with multiple bloodlines descending from Gamshurst, Baden.

[S343] Births, Deaths, Marriages (1655-1739), Gamshurst, Baden. Several gaps in recoreded information. Many death notations missing; all births, deaths, and marriages contained in this book for the years 1655-1739. Each section begins its own sequence of page numbers with page #1. (Church of Latter Day Saints Microfilm #0958348, p. 9.)

[S345] Andrade, Allan. "Cover Up! The Sinking of the S.S. Leopoldville." 1997. http://www.historychannel.com/exhibits/leopoldville/story.html (29 Mar 2003).

[S346] United States. National Archives and Records Administration. World War II & Korean Conflict Veterans Interred Overseas. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data from: United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Register, World War II Dead Interred in American Military Cemeteries on Foreign Soil and World War II and Korea Missing or Lost or Buried at Sea. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 19xx.

[S350] 1910 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm, Series T-624, Roll 1230 (Ancestry.com images).

[S351] GEDCOM file submitted by Mike Schwitzgebel. Created on May 14, 2003. Imported on 15 May 2003.

[S355] 1900 U.S. Census, Stark Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm, Series T623 (Ancestry.com images).

[S357] 1930 U.S. Census, Wayne Co., Michigan. National Archives Microfilm, Series T626 (Ancestry.com images).

[S364] 1880 U.S. Census, Stark Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm.)

[S370] 1870 U.S. Census, Stark Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm (Ancestry.com images).

[S371] 1840 U.S. Census, Baltimore Co., Maryland. National Archives Microfilm.

[S372] 1850 U.S. Census, Summit Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm.

[S373] Death record held by Portage County, Ohio, Probate Court.

[S374] Carroll County Ohio Cemeteries, Harrison, Monroe Townships. 1818-1996 Volume V. Carrollton, OH: Carroll County Genealogical Society, 1997.

[S378] Doreen Becker, personal e-mail correspondence concerning Joseph and Elizabeth Phillippi and their descendants.

[S379] 1850 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm (Ancestry.com images)

[S380] 1880 U.S. Census, Stearns Co., Minnesota. National Archives Microfilm (Ancestry.com images)

[S381] 1860 U.S. Census, Carroll Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm (Ancestry.com images).

[S383] 1860 U.S. Census, Stark Co., Ohio. National Archives Microfilm (Ancestry.com images).

[S385] 1880 U.S. Census, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. (National Archives Microfilm, Series T9, Roll 1009.)

[S388] Linda Matthews Gardner, "Descendants of Franklin Leo Mayer," e-mail message to Bernard Schwitzgebel, 29 December 2005

[S395] LDS Family Search
Compact Disc #93 Pin #246330
Submission Search 1544670-0830104080720

[S396] Richard J. Schrader, compiler, Richard Schrader Genealogy (: Richard J. Schrader,)

[S397] Roy Jack Schwitzgebel, no., Social Security Death Benefits Index of the U.S. Social Security Administration

[S398] Fred Schwitzgebel, 1920, Canton, Stark, Ohio,;.

[S399] Naturalization Record

[S400] Obituaries

[S402] 1930 U.S. Census

[S403] Melvin M. Locke obituary, Canton Repository, Canton, Ohio, 1 May 2007,

[S404] , " family group sheet," compiled ().

[S405] Nicholas Cornelius Ottle, death certificate no. 48005 (1936), State Of Ohio Department Of Health, Division of Vital Statistics,

[S407] Frank E. Phillippi, death certificate no. 39655 (1935), State of Ohio, Department Of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, Certificate Of Death,

[S408] Harald Reviol, compiler, Kirkel Neuhausel Und Seine Burg by D. Ecker (Saarbrucken, Germany: Saarbrucken Print, 1938)

[S409] GEDCOM file submitted by Barbara Schwitzgebel. Created on 27 JAN 2008. Imported on 4 Feb 2008.

[S410] Birthdate for George Wagner, Sr

[S411] Information pertaining to Barbara Hoff Wagner

[S412] Information for Hedwig Wagner

[S413] Cemetery Inscriptions including West Lawn Cemetery, Stark County Ohio, Vol VII, Pg 134, Death date for Barbara Hoff (Prepared by Stark Co Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society, April 1, 1986)

[S414] Marriage date/location for George Wagner, Sr and Barbara Hoff

[S415] Information for Cora Wagner

[S416] Birthdate/location for Cora Wagner

[S417] Burial for George Wagner, Jr

[S418] Birthdate/location for George Wagner, Jr

[S419] Information for George Wagner, Jr

[S420] Birthdate/location for Richard Wagner

[S421] More information pertaining to George Wagner, Sr

[S422] Information pertaining to George Wagner, Sr

[S423] Information pertaining to Richard Wagner

[S424] Death date for George Wagner, Jr

[S425] Birthdate/location for Magdalena Lerbrock

[S426] Cemetery Inscriptions including West Lawn Cemetery, Stark County Ohio, Vol VII, Pg 134, Death date for Magdalena Lerbrock Wagner (Prepared by Stark Co Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society, April 1, 1986)

[S427] Census information for George Wagner, Sr

[S428] Cemetery Inscriptions including West Lawn Cemetery, Stark County Ohio, Vol VII, Pg 134, Death date for George Wagner, Sr (Prepared by Stark Co Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society, April 1, 1986)

[S429] Cemetery Inscriptions including West Lawn Cemetery, Stark County Ohio, Vol VII, Burial for George Wagner, Sr (Prepared by Stark Co Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society, April 1, 1986)

[S430] Burial for Magdalena Lerbrock Wagner

[S431] Birthdate for Barbara Hoff Wagner

[S432] Death date/location for George Wagner, Jr

[S433] Census information for George Wagner, Jr

[S434] Information for Helen Wagner

[S436] Information for Grace (?) Wagner

[S437] More information pertaining to Grace (?) Wagner

[S438] Birthdate/location for John Herron

[S439] Birthdate/location to Cora Wagner

[S440] Birthdate/location for Margaret Herron

[S441] Additional information pertaining for Richard Wagner

[S442] Additional information for Richard Wagner

[S443] Birthdate/location for Grace (?) Wagner

[S444] Birth location for Barbara Hoff

[S445] Birth location for George Wagner, Sr

[S446] Birthdate for Hedwig Wagner

[S447] Death date for Hedwig Wagner Morgan

[S448] Birthdate/location for Evan Morgan

[S449] Death date/location and burial information for Evan Morgan

[S450] Marriage date/location for Evan Morgan and Hedwig Wagner

[S451] Birth location for Magdalena Lerbrock/Leibrock

[S452] George Wagner, death certificate no. 56007 (23 Oct 1911), State Of Ohio, Bureau Of Vital Statistics, Columbus, Ohio

[S453] 15 April 2008 edition of the Canton Repository newspaper at Canton, Ohio.

[S454] Family Group Sheets

[S455] obituary, ,,,

[S457] Karen Zoeller, "RE: I3212: Ida Louise LANSINGER", e-mail message from to Mike Schwitzgebel, January 12, 2009

[S458] 1920 U.S. Census, Portage Co., Ohio. (Ancestry.com)

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  • REFERENCE: Personal Interview

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  • REFERENCE: Passport Application

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  • REFERENCE: New York State Census

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  • REFERENCE: Ontario Marriages 1869 - 1927

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[S559] Jim Switzgable - Sacramento, CA, E-Mail messages were received from Jim Switzgable on 2 Feb 1996 --
Subjects, "TRAIL GETTING HOT" and "SCHWITZGEBEL DISTRIBUTION LIST."
In these messages Jim details family information obtained from his
father and other sources.

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  • REFERENCE: Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994

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  • REFERENCE: Germany Marriages, 1558-1929

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