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Marriage: Children:
  1. Henry Buscher: Birth: 25 APR 1899. Death: AUG 1983

  2. Edward E. Buscher: Birth: 17 MAY 1901. Death: 30 AUG 1966 in White Center, South Seattle, King Co., Washington

  3. Esther Marie Margaret Buscher: Birth: 10 JUN 1903 in Ritzville, Adams Co., Washington. Death: 14 AUG 1992

  4. William Alfred (Bill) Buscher: Birth: 12 FEB 1906 in Ritzville, Adams Co., Washington. Death: 1957

  5. Mabel (May) Helena Buscher: Birth: 19 APR 1908 in Ritzville, Adams Co., Washington. Death: 10 SEP 1997

  6. Helen Wilhelmina Buscher: Birth: 24 JUN 1910 in Ritzville, Adams Co., Washington. Death: 4 DEC 1989

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  8. Fred A. Buscher: Birth: 25 NOV 1917 in Ritzville, Adams Co., Washington. Death: 8 APR 1993 in Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington

1. Title:   Adams County Historical Society, History of Adams County Washington 1986 (1986 Adams County Historical Society)
Page:   102
Source:   S5
Name:   Don Hochstatter
RepositoryId:   R182
Givenname:   Don Hochstatter
2. Title:   Barbara Van Buren
Source:   S41
Name:   Don Hochstatter
RepositoryId:   R182
Givenname:   Don Hochstatter

a. Note:   uld come over. Had 2 more children that died as infants.
C. F. Buscher Here Since '87 Funeral services for Christian Buscher, 72, Ritzville pioneer who died last Wednesday at his home, were held Saturday afternoon at the Emanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. F. J. Ahrendt officiating. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery. Mr. Buscher's health began to fail several years ago but he was still able to enjoy a very active life and his sudden death came as a shock to his family and friends. Christian Friedrich Buscher was born in Hanover, Germany in 1872. As a young boy of 15 years, he came to the United States alone on the invitation of relatives in 1887, and settled with them near Ritzville although he spent much of his time working in the Walla Walla country. In 1894, he took up a homestead northeast of Ritzville and in 1897 was married to Miss Lena Wagenaar. They remained on the farm until last October when he and Mrs. Buscher moved into Ritzville. He was an active member of the Emanuel Lutheran church and held various offices until two years ago, when he asked to be relieved of his duties because of failing health. Besides his widow, he is survived by four sons, Henry of Hunters, Edward of Seattle, William of Portland, and Fred of Ritzville; four daughters, Mrs. Esther Van Buren of Ritzville, Mrs. Mabel Bates of Seattle, Mrs. Helen Luiten of Lamona, and Mrs. Ethel Brandt of Tacoma; one sister, Mrs. Henry Deking, Sr., of Ritzville; one brother, Ernest of Spokane; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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