Jun 14

Tombstone Tuesday–M. Henry & Emma (Baker) Grauberger

Henry & Emma (Baker) Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2011 photo by Karen)

Henry & Emma (Baker) Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2011 photo by Karen)

This is the tombstone of Michael Henry and Emma (Baker) Grauberger, located in row 1 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed:

M. Henry
1871-1918
Emma M.
1878-1967
GRAUBERGER
Gone But Not Forgotten

Michael Heinrich “Henry” Grauberger was born in Blackcreek Township, Mercer County, Ohio, on 24 February 1871 according to his Mercer County birth record. [1] His baptismal and confirmation records at Zion Chatt indicates he was born 24 February 1872.

Henry was the son of George A. & Anna M. (Schaefer) Grauberger and he was baptized at Zion Chatt on 21 November 1872, with Johannes Ganter and wife serving as his sponsors. Henry was confirmed at Zion Chatt on Palm Sunday, 30 March 1890.

Henry’s father George was born in the Kingdom of Bavaria and his mother was born in Hessen Darmstadt. His father George served as a private in Co C, 122 Regiment, Ohio Infantry, during the Civil War. [2] [3]

Henry’s parents lived in Franklin County, Ohio, before moving to Blackcreek Township in Mercer County, Ohio, in about 1868.

The first census Henry appeared in was the 1880 census. In the Grauberger household in 1880: George, 55; Anna M, 45; John A, 20; Elizabeth, 16; George, 11; Henry M, 9. All of the children were born in Ohio. [4]

According to Zion Chatt’s records Henry Grauberger married Emma Baker on 8 March 1900. Emma was born in Indiana, the daughter of William and Philippina/Phebe (Gehm) Baker. Emma’s father was born in Ohio and her mother was born in Germany.

Henry and Emma lived with Henry’s parents after they were first married. The George Grauberger household in 1900: George [Sr], Anna, John A, George, Henry, and Henry’s wife Emma (Baker) Grauberger. According to the census enumeration Henry and Emma were married less than a year and had no children. George Sr farmed and his sons worked on the farm. [5]

Henry Grauberger died of influenza and pneumonia on 11 December 1918, at the age of 48 years, 9 months, and 14 days. He was buried on the 13th. Zion Chatt’s records indicate he was survived by his widow, children, mother, brothers, and sisters.

In 1920 widow Emma Graubarger lived with her four daughters in Blackcreek Township. She was enumerated as Mrs. Henry Grauberger, age 41, widowed. Also in the household were daughters Ana, 19; Laura, 15; Lavina, 8; and Edna, 6. All of the daughters were born in Ohio. [6]

In 1930 Emma lived with three of her daughters, and her brother Jacob C. Baker in Blackcreek Township. In the household: Emma, 51; Laura M, 25; Lavina E, 18; Edna E, 16; and Jacob C, 45. Her oldest daughter Anna was married to John Reichard by this time. Emma Grauberger lived very close to where I grew up, the house west of where Johnny and Clara Reef lived, about ½ west of 49 on 707. [7]

In 1940 Emma, age 61, lived by herself in the same house, near neighbors that I remember, Johnny and Clara Reef, Homer and Leona Carr, and Forrest and Helen Ripley. [8] My mom said that Emma came to the house to visit and see me when was a baby.

Emma’s daughter Anna, who had married John Reichard, died at the age 41. After Anna’s death Emma’s grandson Gene Reichard went to live with Emma.

Emma (Baker) Grauberger died 5 February 1967, at the age of 88 years. [9] She was buried on the 8th.

Henry and Emma Grauberger had the following children:
Anna (1901-1942), married John E. Reichard
Esther Lavina (1911-1988), married Guy Hoyt Krall
Edna E. (1913-1988), married Robert Clase
Laura Margaret (1904-1977), married John Henry Sipe

 

[1] “Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 11 Jun 2016), Henry Groubarger, 24 Feb 1871; from Mercer County Births, Vol. 1, p.58; from FHL microfilm 914953.

[2] 1890 U.S. Veterans Schedule, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 178, p. 2, line 3, Georges Grougbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 May 2016); Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, from NARA microfilm M123, Record Group 15.

[3] “United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 22 May 2016), George Grauberger, 1888.

[4] 1880 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 179, p.327A, line 30, George Granberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T9, roll 1048.

[5] 1900 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 74, p. 8A, dwelling 167, family 167, George A Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 1241303, from NARA microfilm T623, roll 1303.

[6] 1920 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 124, p.12A, dwelling 228, Mrs. Henry Grombarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2016); from NARA microfilm T625, roll 1418.

[7] 1930 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 1, p.6A, dwelling & family 131, Emma Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2016); from FHL microfilm 2341584, from NARA microfilm T626, roll 1850.

[8] 1940 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, Ed 54-1, p.8B, visited 173, line 67, Emma Grangerger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2016); from NARA microfilm T627, roll 3114. [Note: this surname is indexed as Grangerger on Ancestry.com in the 1940 census.]

[9] Ohio Department of Health, Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002; State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, OH; (www.ancestry.com  : accessed 10 Jun 2016); from certificate 120, vol. 2.

Jun 10

Attica–The TV Movie

Some of you may remember or have heard of the 1971 prison riot at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, New York. Initiated by prisoners’ demands for political rights and better living conditions, about 2200 inmates took control of the prison and held 42 individuals hostage for four days. In the end at least 43 people were dead, including ten correctional officers and civilian employees, and 33 inmates.

So why the interest in the 1971 Attica prison riot?

Late in 1979 ABC filmed a TV movie about the Attica Prison Riot. The movie, entitled Attica, was filmed at the Lima State Hospital, in Lima, Ohio, where my dad was employed as a security guard at the time. He worked at the Lima State Hospital for the Criminally Insane for 23 years, from 1959-1983. When they filmed the TV movie Attica my dad was there, right in the thick of things. He was even able to get Joe and me a pass into the prison one evening to watch some of the filming. We got to see Charles Durning and a couple other actors film a scene.

Herb Miller at Lima State Hospital, 1968.

Herb Miller at Lima State Hospital, 1968.

He said they chose the Lima facility because it had an enclosed courtyard like the courtyard at the Attica prison.

Courtyard at Lima State Hospital during the filming of Attica, 1979.

Courtyard at Lima State Hospital during the filming of Attica, 1979.

While going through some old papers recently I came across some photos and other items that my dad saved from the filming of the movie Attica.

Attica starred Charles Durning, Henry Darrow, George Grizzard, Joel Fabiani, and Morgan Freeman, to name a few.  I am able to identify Charles Durning, Henry Darrow, and George Grizzard in the photos my dad had.

Actor Charles Durning during filming of Attica, 1979, Lima, Ohio.

Actor Charles Durning during filming of Attica, 1979, Lima, Ohio.

 

Actor Henry Darrow, filming of Attica, Lima, Ohio, 1979.

Actor Henry Darrow, Attica, Lima, Ohio, 1979.

Actor George Grizzard, Attica, Lima, Ohio, 1979.

Actor George Grizzard, Attica, Lima, Ohio, 1979.

ABC hired a lot of local men from the area as extras and I knew at least one man from St. Marys who was hired as an extra.

In addition to the photos, my dad saved some other interesting items from the filming. I found copies of two checks written to my dad. I doubt that he was in the movie, but I suspect he did some extra security duty from 1-3 November 1979.

Check from Attica Production Account, Nov 1979.

Check from Attica Production Account, Nov 1979.

Check from Attica Production Account, Nov 1979.

Check from Attica Production Account, Nov 1979.

He also saved the Call Sheet for Saturday, 3 November.

Attica Call Sheet, 3 Nov 1979.

Attica Call Sheet, 3 Nov 1979.

He had a copy of the movie script. I watched the beginning of the movie on YouTube and it is definitely the script.

Attica script, ABC TV movie, 1979.

Attica script, ABC TV movie, 1979.

Inside the cover of the script is the following introduction. A map of Attica Prison is on the following page.

This is the story of the most violent prison revolt in the history of this country. It took place at Attica State Prison in upstate New York during four days in September of 1971.

Blue Ribbon Commissions have studied Attica, and many of the participants on both sides have written about it. One of those was Tom Wicker, then an associate editor of the New York Times, who was one of a group of observers invited to the prison by the rebelling inmates to monitor the negotiations.

This is the story of Attica as seen by Tom Wicker.

First page of Attica script, 1979.

First page of Attica script, 1979.

The following letter to my dad, dated 14 November 1979, was from the Superintendent of the Lima State Hospital:

To: Herb Miller, Security
From: Ronald E. Hubbard, Superintendent
Subject: Letter of Commendation

Please allow me to take this opportunity to thank you individually for your outstanding work and cooperation during the filming of the ABC movie “Attica.” Please be assured that during the long days and nights, your work did not go unnoticed.

Your extreme loyalty, dedication and hard work made this difficult task an easy one. The ABC film executives were astounded and could not believe that such an undertaking could be accomplished.

I wish to take this opportunity to make you feel assured that this job could not have been done without your help. I appreciate your participation and your hard work.

Thank you very much for an extremely hard job done extremely well.

REH: gem
Cc: Personnel File

It was probably quite an undertaking and risk to film a movie at a prison where inmates were incarcerated at the same time.

The TV Movie Attica aired in March 1980 and was an hour and 37 minutes long. It won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or a Special. The movie actually had five Emmy nominations: Outstanding Film Editing for a Limited Series or a Special; Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special (Charles Durning); Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special; Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing; and Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or a Special.

The movie was written by James S. Henerson and Tom Wicker, who wrote the book. It was directed by Marvin J. Chomsky.

I remember my dad telling me that one of the actors really liked his Chatt Bar jacket and so my dad gave it to him. I wonder what ever happened to that jacket. Is floating around somewhere in Hollywood today?

 

Sources:

“Attica Prison Riot,” Wikipedia.com

IMDb.com   

Jun 07

Tombstone Tuesday–George Grauberger

George Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2011 photo by Karen)

George Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2011 photo by Karen)

This is the tombstone of George Grauberger, located in row 3 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed:

GRAUBERGER
George
Feb. 24, 1868
Oct. 14, 1939

George Grauberger was born in Blackcreek Township, Mercer County, Ohio, on 24 February 1868 to George Adam and Anna Marie (Schaefer) Grauberger.  George [Jr] was baptized 13 September 1868 with George Heffner serving as his sponsor.

George Grauberger [Jr]’s father was born in the Kingdom of Bavaria and immigrated to America about 1854. George’s mother was born in Hessendarmstadt and immigrated in about 1851. George’s parents married in 1858 in Franklin County, Ohio. [1] George’s father George [Sr] was drafted into the Civil War and served as a private in Co C, 122 Regiment, Ohio Infantry. [2] [3]

George Grauberger [Sr] moved his family to Blackcreek Township, north east of Chattanooga, by 1868, where George [Jr] was born in 1868. George [Jr] was confirmed at Zion Chatt on Palm Sunday, 6 April 1884.

The Graubergers lived on their 80 acre farm, located in the northeast corner of Section 20, along what is now Grauberger Road. The family was enumerated in Blackcreek in the 1870 census as Crawbarger and in their household: George, 45, Mary A, 36, John, 12, Elizabeth, 6. George, 2. [4]

The Grauberger household in 1880: George, 55; Anna M, 45; John A, 20; Elizabeth, 16; George, 11; Henry M, 9. All of their children were born in Ohio. [5]

In 1900 the family consisted of George, Anna, John A, George, Henry, and son Henry’s wife Emma (Baker) Grauberger. [6]

George’s father George [Sr] died 2 April 1902.

In 1910 George [Jr]’s mother Anna, a widow, was living on Eckles Pike [Eichler Pike?] with her two unmarried sons George [Jr] and John A. Also in the household was farm hand George Shafer, 28, and maid Leota Brandstetter, 21. [7]

In the 1916 Farm Journal Illustrated Directory of Mercer County, Ohio, George is listed as a farmer who owned 165 acres in Blackcreek Township. He also had 5 horses, 10 cows, and an Indiana telephone.

In 1920 George, 50, single and a farmer, lived with his mother Anna, age 86, [8] while his brother John lived on another farm in Blackcreek Township.

George’s mother Anna (Schaefer) Grauberger died in Blackcreek Township on 11 July 1922. [9]

In 1930 George, 61, and his brother John, 69, lived together in Blackcreek Township on what looks like Grauberger Pike on the census page. Both brothers were single and George was listed as the head of the household. George farmed and his brother John was the owner and manager of a ditching operation. They indicated that they were both born in Ohio, their father was born in Bavaria, and that their mother was born in Hesse. [10]

According to Zion Chatt’s records, George Grauberger died 14 October 1939 of a heart ailment at the age of 71 years, 7 months, and 20 days. He was buried on the 16th and was survived by a sister-in-law, 1 nephew, and 4 nieces.

George is buried next to his brother John A., who is buried next to their sister Elizabeth (Grauberger) Stroebel and her husband Michael, who are buried next to their parents, George and Anna Grauberger.

 

[1] “Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 21 May 2016), George A. Grauberger and Mary Schaeffer, 10 Jun 1858; from Franklin, Ohio, marriages, Vol. 7, p.122; from FHL microfilm 285144.

[2] 1890 U.S. Veterans Schedule, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 178, p. 2, line 3, Georges Grougbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 May 2016); Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, from NARA microfilm M123, Record Group 15.

[3] “United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 22 May 2016), George Grauberger, 1888.

[4] 1870 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, dwelling 94, family 94, George W Crawbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 552742, from NARA microfilm M593, roll 1243.

[5] 1880 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 179, p.327A, line 30, George Granberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T9, roll 1048.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 74, p. 8A, dwelling 167, family 167, George A Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 1241303, from NARA microfilm T623, roll 1303.

[7] 1910 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 107, p.2A, dwelling 33, family 33, George Granbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 1375277, from NARA microfilm T624, roll 1214.

[8] 1920 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 124, dwelling 192, p.10A, George Gronbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T625, roll 1418.

[9] “Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 21 May 2016), Anna Marie Grauberger, 9 Jul 1922; from Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, deaths; from FHL microfilm 1992065.

[10] 1930 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 1, p.2B, dwelling 35, family 35, George Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 2341584, from NARA microfilm T626, roll 1850.

Jun 03

Old Photos of Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer

Wednesday I went over to visit Mary, my first cousin once removed. We spent the afternoon talking and had a wonderful visit. She had invited me over to look at some old family photos. Of course I am always eager to learn more about the family and scan old family photos.

Mary and I share common ancestors through the Scaers, Schinnerers, and Schumms. Her mother Edna (Scaer) Schumm was the younger sister of my grandmother Hilda (Scaer) Schumm, daughters of John and Elizabeth “Lizzie” (Schinnerer) Scaer. We had a lot to talk about.

John and Lizzie Scaer started housekeeping near Monroeville, Indiana, but moved east of Willshire about 1905, when John purchased a farm from Martin Schinnerer. These photos were taken at their frame house on Willshire Eastern Road before John remodeled the house by adding on to the east side and putting a brick facade on the house.

Mary showed me some photos of her mother Edna and my grandmother Hilda as young women, photos that I had never seen before.

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer.

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer.

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer with Carl Schinnerer.

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer with Carl Schinnerer.

I cannot say for certain, but I believe the vase with flowers situated between the two sisters in the above photos is the same vase I have in the photo below, or one just like it. I have two of these beautiful carnival glass vases that my mom said were her mother’s [Hilda’s] old vases. My cousin Mary also has one and she said they were actually Lizzie’s vases, Lizzie being the mother of Hilda and Edna. At any rate, the vases are old and it is certainly interesting to see one in an old photo!

Lizzie Scaer vase

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer with Carl Schinnerer.

Sisters Hilda & Edna Scaer with Carl Schinnerer.

I am not sure which Carl Schinnerer is in the photos above. There was a Karl Freidrich Schinnerer, born in 1898, the son of George Friedrich and Minnie (Roehm) Schinnerer. They lived in Willshire Township and I suspect he is likely the person in the photos.

There was also a Rev. Carl August Schinnerer, born in 1889, the son of Rev. Johann Jacob Friedrich and Anna Margaret (Evers) Schinnerer. That family lived in Iowa and other states out west.

The sisters would have been second cousins to both Carl Schinnerers.

Old photos are the best, especially when the people are identified.

 

May 31

Tombstone Tuesday–John A. Grauberger

John A. Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2014 photo by Karen)

John A. Grauberger, Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. (2011 photo by Karen)

This is the tombstone of John A. Grauberger, located in row 3 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed:

GRAUBERGER
John A.
Feb. 18, 1860
July 13, 1939

“John” Andrew Grauberger was born in Ohio on 18 February 1860 to George Adam and Anna Marie (Schaefer) Grauberger. John’s father was born in the Kingdom of Bavaria and immigrated to America about 1854. John’s mother was born in Hessen Darmstadt and immigrated in about 1851.

John’s parents George and Anna married in 1858 in Franklin County, Ohio, [1] and they moved to Blackcreek Township, north east of Chattanooga, by 1868. One Johannes Andreas Grauber was confirmed at Zion Chatt on 14 April 1875 and was likely John Andrew Grauberger.

John’s father George was drafted into the Civil War and served as a private in Co C, 122 Regiment, Ohio Infantry. [2] [3]

The Grauberger family lived on the northeast corner of Section 20, along what is now Grauberger Road. The family was enumerated in Blackcreek in the 1870 census as Crawbarger and in their household: George, 45, Mary A, 36, John, 12, Elizabeth, 6. George, 2. [4]

The Grauberger household in 1880: George, 55; Anna M, 45; John A, 20; Elizabeth, 16; George, 11; Henry M, 9. All of their children were born in Ohio. [5]

In 1900 the family consisted of George, Anna, John A, George, Henry, and son Henry’s wife Emma (Baker) Grauberger. [6]

John’s father George died 2 April 1902.

In 1910 John’s widowed mother Anna was living on Eckles Pike [could this be Eichler Pike?] with her two unmarried sons George and John A. Also in the household was farm hand George Shafer, 28, and maid Leota Brandstetter, 21. [7]

In 1920 John, age 59, lived by himself and was enumerated as head of household and farmer on a farm that he owned. Although the index and transcription of this census shows him as married, it looks like a Ba, which could have been the enumerator’s abbreviation for bachelor. [8]

A short distance away was John’s mother Anna, age 86, living with her other unmarried son George, 50. [9]

John’s mother Anna (Schaefer) Grauberger died in Blackcreek Township on 11 July 1922. [10]

In 1930 John, 69, and his brother George, 61, lived together in Blackcreek Township on what looks like Grauberger Pike on the census page. Both brothers were single and George was listed as the head of the household. John was the owner and manager of a ditching operation and his brother George farmed. They indicated that they were both born in Ohio, their father was born in Bavaria, and that their mother was born in Hesse.  Some of their neighbors included Burris McBride, William Berry, Leroy Kuhn, Leroy Pifer, Fred Stuckey, and Hugo Weinman. [11]

According to Zion Chatt’s records John Andrew Grauberger died of an infection on 13 July 1939, at the age of 79 years, 4 months, and 25 days. He was survived by one brother and was buried on the 16th.

John is buried between his brother George and his sister Elizabeth (Grauberger) Stroebel and her husband Michael Stroebel. John’s parents George and Anna are buried on the other side of Elizabeth.

 

[1] “Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 21 May 2016), George A. Grauberger and Mary Schaeffer, 10 Jun 1858; from Franklin, Ohio, marriages, Vol. 7, p.122; from FHL microfilm 285144.

[2] 1890 U.S. Veterans Schedule, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 178, p. 2, line 3, Georges Grougbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 May 2016); Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, from NARA microfilm M123, Record Group 15.

[3] “United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 22 May 2016), George Grauberger, 1888.

[4] 1870 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, dwelling 94, family 94, George W Crawbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 552742, from NARA microfilm M593, roll 1243.

[5] 1880 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 179, p.327A, line 30, George Granberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T9, roll 1048.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 74, p. 8A, dwelling 167, family 167, George A Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 1241303, from NARA microfilm T623, roll 1303.

[7] 1910 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 107, p.2A, dwelling 33, family 33, George Granbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 1375277, from NARA microfilm T624, roll 1214.

[8] 1920 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 124, p.12B, dwelling 238, family 238, John Granbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T625, roll 1418.

[9] 1920 U.S. Census, Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 124, dwelling 192, p.10A, George Gronbarger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 May 2016); from NARA microfilm T625, roll 1418.

[10] “Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 21 May 2016), Anna Marie Grauberger, 9 Jul 1922; from Blackcreek, Mercer, Ohio, deaths; from FHL microfilm 1992065.

[11] 1930 U.S. Census, Black Creek, Mercer, Ohio, ED 1, p.2B, dwelling 35, family 35, George Grauberger; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 May 2016); from FHL microfilm 2341584, from NARA microfilm T626, roll 18500

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