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Re: Lohner-Ohio & Michigan
Posted by: Betty Trotter (ID *****7622) Date: April 25, 2007 at 19:02:24
In Reply to: Re: Lohner-Ohio & Michigan by Denise H of 24

Hi Denise,
According to my research, "my" Phillip did have a son Phillip LOHNER b. Sept 1854, who married a Victoria PICKARD.
Victoria's surname came from a baptismal record at St. Mary's Catholic Church for their daughter, Theresa Maria Isabel, b. 26 Oct 1882 & baptised 12 Nov 1882. There is a cross on the baptismal record indicating her death, but no date is listed. Sponsors were Joseph LOHNER and Theresia "DIMMER"? [is was difficult to make out.] That is the only child I have listed for them, but that doesn't mean there weren't others.
I wonder if the "PICKARD" should actually be "PECOTT".
I also have a Nettie M. Lohner, who married a Henry Matthews in Toledo bet. 1903-1907. That was from a marriage index, but I've never researched the exact date.
Hope this helps some.
Betty in Texas


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