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1. Page:   Entry 3 - 1829
Source:   S301
2. Source:   S246
3. Page:   Entry 3 - 1829
Source:   S299
4. Title:   Katholische Kirche Mudau Parish - Microfilm #1049524 Heiraten 1787-1900 Headstone: Calvary Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Katholische Kirche Mudau Parish - Kirchenbuchduplicat Gedenk-Blatter: Sonntags-Beilage zur Daytoner Volks-Zeitung Gedenk-Blatter: Sonntags-Beilage zur Daytoner Volks-Zeitung Headstone: Calvary Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Publication:   Name: German only records; Name: March 25, 1894-April 27, 1912; Name: March 25, 1894-April 27, 1912; Name: March 25, 1894-April 27, 1912; Name: March 25, 1894-April 27, 1912; undefined undefined
Source:   S246
RepositoryId:   R50
Name:   Dayton/Montgomery County Library
Givenname:   Dayton
Surname:   Montgomery County Library
Note continued:   Source Medium: Book Source Medium: Newspaper Sunday Memorial Supplement to the Volks-Zeitung (newpaper) in Dayton, Ohio Source Medium: Newspaper Sunday Memorial Supplement to the Volks-Zeitung (newpaper) in Dayton, Ohio Source Medium: Tombstone Headstone: Calvary Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Source Medium: Tombstone Headstone: Calvary Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Source Medium: Microfilm Source Quality: Primary Taufen 1810/--1837 Heiraten, Tote 1810-1836
5. Page:   vol 09-10 pg 89
Source:   S231
6. Title:   Gedenk-Blatter: Sonntags-Beilage zur Daytoner Volks-Zeitung
Page:   vol 09-10 pg 89
Publication:   Name: March 25, 1894-April 27, 1912;
Source:   S231
RepositoryId:   R50
Name:   Dayton/Montgomery County Library
Givenname:   Dayton
Surname:   Montgomery County Library
Note continued:   Source Medium: Newspaper Sunday Memorial Supplement to the Volks-Zeitung (newpaper) in Dayton, Ohio

Notes
a. Note:   *** Source Gedenk-Blatter Sonntagsblatt zur Volks-Zeitung (Dayton Ohio German language Newspaper) vol 09-10 pg 89 Barbara came to the United States in 1853. Barbara's husband, Joseph John Stephan, was a wagon maker and saddler and was considered well off. They lived near St. Elizabeth Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. The address was 158 Hopeland St. and at the time it was farm land. They brought Joseph's niece, Aurelia, from Germany and raised her, after her parents had died. Alma Aurelia Bucher Boesch (BUC .1.7.9) was named for this niece. Barbara died of bronchio-pneumonia and is buried with her husband and niece at Calvary Cemetery with a beautiful headstone of the dead Christ in Mary's arms. She is buried with her husband and his niece in Calvary Cemetery Section 1 Lot 218 in Dayton, Ohio.


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