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Robert Bush Huth
Posted by: Barbara Date: September 04, 2001 at 19:33:48
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This is how my story goes, can anyone shed some light?
My grandfather was suppose to be adopted into the Huth family. His birth name was suppose to be Clarence William Miller Bush born June 21, 1903 in Buffalo, (Erie County)New York. His mother's name might have been Clara Miller Bush, Miller might have been her maiden name. Do not have a name for his father. His mother died in Pennsylvania from the Black Measles. Grandad was baptised as a methodist christian and then twice as a Presbytarian. He was 7 years old (about 1910) when he was "adopted" by Clarence Fredrick Huth and Ida Mae Deodorfer Huth. Ida Mae was a nurse and Fred Huth (C. Fredrick) was the 1st electric baker in PA and Ohio (Alliance). There was a 1/2 sister Ruth Huth who was adopted by a methodist minister, and an adopted 1/2 sister Alma Huth also was a nurse.
The great great grandparents were from Germany by the name of Brumbaugh and the adopted Great great grandparents were Veedorfer. I am not sure on the spelling on Veedorfer.
My grandfather married my grandmother Lenora Viola Varner and they lived in Canton, Ohio for many years.They had two daughters, Barbara Joan and Constance Ann. Grandmother passed away in 1970. Grandad passed away in 1994. Can anyone help me please?? Thank you for your time.


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