Tag Archive: Schott

Dec 12

Tombstone Tuesday–Laura B. (Schott) Swander

This is the tombstone of Laura B. (Schott) Swander, located in row 10 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: Laura B. Swander 1888-1943 Lorina “Laura” Barbara Schott was born in or near Chattanooga, Ohio, on 23 July 1888, the daughter of Michael (1855-1940) and Margaretha (Kühm) (1855-1942) Schott. Her …

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Oct 24

Tombstone Tuesday–Ferdinand & Barbara (Schott) Huffman

This is the tombstone of Ferdinand and Barbara (Schott) Huffman, located in row 7 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: HUFFMAN Mother BARBARA 1847-1929 Father FERDINAND 1847-1929 Ferdinand Huffman [spelled Hoffmann in Zion’s Familienbuch] was born in Fechingen, Rhein-Prussia, on 4 January 1847 to Jacob and Carolina (Hoffmann) Hoffmann. According to …

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Oct 28

Tombstone Tuesday–Ray A. Schott

This is the tombstone of Ray Albert Schott, located in Decatur Cemetery, Decatur, Adams County, Indiana. The marker is inscribed: SCHOTT Ray A Schott PFC US Army World War II Apr 3, 1919 – Apr 15, 1993 Our Dad   Fredrick, Linda, and Rebecca The reverse side of the monument is inscribed: SCHOTT Alice Anna (Cook) …

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Oct 21

Tombstone Tuesday–Clarence Schott

This is the tombstone of Clarence Schott, located in row 9 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: Clarence Schott Son of Frederick W. & Wilhelmina 1914-1962 Clarence was the fifth child born to Frederick W. and Wilhelmina “Minnie” Emerich, born 24 November 1914 near Chattanooga. He was baptized as …

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Oct 17

One Old Postcard

An address on an old postcard. A town I had never heard of. Sometimes it only takes one little clue. That’s what it took to help solve this mystery. The past several weeks my Tombstone Tuesday posts have been about the Schotts, Ladermans, and Linns who are buried in Zion Chatt’s Cemetery. Mary (Schott) Laderman …

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