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Ulrich Aebischer
Posted by: G Louis Inks (ID *****9138) Date: July 31, 2011 at 13:59:04
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I am looking for information on my 2nd great-grandfather, Ulrich Aebischer, parents and such.
Ulrich was born 1835 in Bern Switzerland d 1917 in Granite, Greer County, Oklahoma. Ulrich is buried in the Granite City Cemetery, Granite, Greer County, Oklahoma. He married in 1878 Anna Bell Spring b Jun 1857-Switzerland d 1905-Missouri.
They had 6 known children. Christian, Lena, Tom Arnold, Earnest, Richard, and a female infant.
I grew up in Granite and learned what little I could from my grandfather, William O Aebischer. William was Ulrich's grandson. William went with his father, Tom Arnold when they purchased Ulrich's casket and grave plot.
Also buried in the Aebischer family plot is Ulrich's daughter Lena and Tom's first wife Nora Bell Woolridge.
It is thought that Ulrich's mother's maiden name was Miller by William's sister, Alma Aebischer Simonton.
I am so ashamed that my Aebischer side is my smallest line for me. I have 3 of my other lines back between 32 and 37 generations! It is just that so many of my Aebischer's had pasted away before I was old enough to start asking questions.
If you have any information on the Aebischer line, I would greatly appreciate a response.
I have tons of information on the Simonton line, which is double cousin'd into the Aebischer line.
Thanks for your time.

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