|JOHANNES AND ANNA KEUTZER||JOSEPH AND HELENA PA(E)RSON(S)||Grandfathers Family||SCHLECHT|
CASPER AND MARY BRUCKER
Here is a load of stuff from Bob Wallace. The original file is here: decendants_doc.zip - SJT Feb 25, 2001
Descendants of Ambrose Keitzer
Generation No. 1
1. AMBROSE4 KEITZER (MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born April 04, 1850 in Seneca County, Ohio, and died September 17, 1927 in Monterey, Indiana. He married MARY ELIZABETH BRUCKER November 10, 1874 in New Reigel, Ohio, daughter of CASPAR BRUCKER and MARY SCHLECHT. She was born February 22, 1856 in Seneca County, Ohio, and died January 20, 1928 in Pulaski County, Indiana.
Notes for AMBROSE KEITZER:
Besides being a farmer, Ambrose was a stationary engineer for the Eire Railroad for 40 years. A stationary engineer was someone who ran the boilers at the railroad yards to heat the buildings.
Ambrose's nickname was "Court." (per Phil Keller). But no one (alive) knows why.
Ambrose ran the pump station for the steam engines. The pumps were powered by a coal-powered steam engine. The pump house was often filled with hobos in the winter because it was warm. Because the hobos didn't bathe regularly, the smell of body odor was terrible. Ambrose had a wheelbarrow to borrow a little coal for his own use. This was the Chicago and Atlantic railroad, which came to Monterey in October 16, 1882. It gave a substantial boost to the local economy.
Ambrose Keitzer and Elmer Johnson motored to Rochester Monday evening, according to the Monterey Herald, August 29, 1918.
In the 1910 census his occupation was listed as "laborer for R.R." He also owned a farm. Also, his grandaughter Burnice was living with he and his wife Elizabeth in 1910. His wife's mother was listed as having been born in Pennsylvania, which contradicts what Elizabeth's two brothers said on this same census!
In 1880 census, Joseph Brucker, aged 25 was living with Ambrose. He is listed as "brother-in-law."
In 1900 census, he is listed as a farmer. In the 1920 census, he listed his occupation as "engineer." Also, in the 1920 census it listed "Bernice", aged 12, as living with him and his wife.
On April 17, 1919 Mary Keitzer and her daughter Bernice went to South Bend for a week to visit relatives.
More About AMBROSE KEITZER:
Degree: was a stationary engineer for the eire Railroad
Notes for MARY ELIZABETH BRUCKER:
Was one of the charter members of the St. Anne married ladies Altar Society, which was organized in 1873-1875.
On February 27, 1919 Mary received a surprise birthday party in her honor at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Keller. It was for her 63rd birthday. Mrs. John Kline (my grandmother!) attended.
The following people attended mary's funeral in January 1928: all her children, J. P. Kelley and Agnes Kelly of Indianapolis; N. Huart and M. Liberanen and two sons of Edgerton, Ohio; John Widman of Columbia city; Mr. and Mrs. William Landgraff; Mrs. John burns of Mishawaka; Glen bolinger of south bend; Dean Brugh of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fawble of Hobart; Mrs. mart Irvin of Rochester, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. George Scheffer; Harry Schaeffer and Edell Mayhew of Logansport.
On January 12, 1928 mary was "spending the week" at her daugher Dora's home.
On January 19, 1928 Mary was listed as "seriously ill" while at the home of her daughter Dora.
Mary's obituary on January 26, 1928 says she was "a highly esteemed lady of Monterey." She passed away Friday evening at the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keller, following a ten day's illness with pneumonia. Mrs. keitzer was born in Seneca County, Ohio and would have been 72 years old next month. Most of her life was spent in Monterey, as she came to that vicinity when a small child with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Brucker. She was married to Mr. Keitzer in November 1875. Surviving are one son and four daughters--William E. Keitzer and Mrs. Ed Keller of Monterey, Mrs. John Kline of Mishawaka, Mrs. L. M. Kelly of Indianapolis, Mrs. G. C. Bolinger of South Bend. There are also nine grandchildren. The funeral was held Monday morning at St. Ann's Catholic church at Monterey, with services by Rev. Heummer. Internment was made in the cemetery west of town.
Children of AMBROSE KEITZER and MARY BRUCKER are:
2. i. Jennie Margaret KEITZER, b. October 17, 1876, Monterey, Indiana; d. April 26, 1938, Hammond, Indiana.
ii. WILLIAM KEITZER, b. February 08, 1880, Monterey, Indiana; d. February 20, 1959, Monterey, Indiana; m. (1) MARY KEITZER; m. (2) PHA E. TAYLOR, May 05, 1903, Pulaski County, Indiana; m. (3) DORIS GAST, 1922, Lima, Ohio; b. 1885.
Notes for WILLIAM KEITZER:
In 1933, was president of St. Anne's Holy Name Society. Was also a member of the church committee.
Bill was a teacher for a while. He taught in 1903/04, average pay was $2.19. When he got tired of the low pay, he became the manager of the local lumber yard.
Was a charter member of the Monterey Lions Club, formed March 19, 1948.
In the 1900 census, William was lsited as a farm laborer.
Notes for DORIS GAST:
Doris was president of the Altar and Rosary Society in 1933.
3. iii. DORA JOESPHINE KEITZER, b. March 13, 1886, Monterey, Indiana; d. May 13, 1963, Winimac, Indiana.
4. iv. CAROLINE I. KEITZER, b. January 14, 1890, Monterey, Indiana; d. November 10, 1946, South Bend, Indiana.
v. ANNA MARTHA KEITZER, b. March 03, 1878, Monterey, Indiana; d. December 09, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana; m. LEO KELLY, May 28, 1904, Monterey, Indiana.
Notes for LEO KELLY:
In 1903 was a pew holder at St. Anne's church.
In 1903 was a charter member of the Catholic order of the Forester at St. Anne's.
Generation No. 2
2. Jennie Margaret KEITZER (AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born October 17, 1876 in Monterey, Indiana, and died April 26, 1938 in Hammond, Indiana. She married JOHN N. KLINE April 30, 1906 in Mishawaka, Indiana, son of STEPHEN KLINE and MARGARET WELTER. He was born January 20, 1869 in Highland Park, Illinois, and died December 24, 1937 in South Bend, Indiana.
Notes for Jennie Margaret KEITZER:
Was a member of St. Joseph's church, Mishawaka, Indiana. Belonged to the Rosary society and the Knights of Columbus auxiliary.
According to Kate Wallace, Jennie was a "sweet woman." Although she died of pneumonia, her death several months after that of her husband's was probably a major contributor to her death. She was in and out of the hospital several months before her death. She had lost the will to live.
After Jennie was married, she was a homemaker. Catherine says that she was "an ambitious homemaker," ie. she worked hard to keep a good house. In those days women rarely worked outside the house. She was a good seamstress, and may have done work for other people. She did stop sewing when she got older, because she felt that too much sewing could make a person" nervous." Her education level was finishing the 8th grade. She did make clothes for Catherine.
For recreation, she and her husband played cards with other couples. One game they played was called "Pedro," which was similar to bridge. She also belonged to the Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary, and bowled with her husband.
She and John courted for three years before they were married. For the first nine months of their relationship, she called him "Mr. Kline," and he called her "Miss Keitzer." She was 29 when she married; John was 36. In those days this was old to be married for the first time.
Jennie had a good sense of humor, and was fun to be around. Catherine remembers her as "happy" and "jolly."
More About Jennie Margaret KEITZER:
Cause of Death: pneumonia (sick for one week)
Had a hysterectomy--that's why she only had one child.
Notes for JOHN N. KLINE:
John was a member of the Knights of Columbus Lodge 1878 (he was an active social member, playing cards and bowling), and Holy Name and St. Joseph societies. He was also an avid bowler, as was his wife Jennie. One of his bowling teams was called the "Big Bens." John was tall and had a pleasant disposition. He only finished 4th grade, but had a natural predisposition for mathematics, and could solve math problems quickly.
He worked for the railroad for 20 years (New York Central), but was eventually laid off. After that he worked for Dodge Manufacturing, and after that worked for a furniture company, Bike-Web Manufacturing, in his later years. He had to work on Saturday nights at the furniture store. He and Jennie also made a trip to Florida.
John and Jennie's neighborhood was blue collar middle class. There was still a lot of farming on the outskirts on Mishawaka in those days.
Catherine remembers John as "kind." He had a good sense of humor, but not as good as his wife Jenny.
John had lived in Mishawaka since 1872 (65 years). He was buried December 27, 1937 at 10 AM. Viewing was in his residence (the parlour).
More About JOHN N. KLINE:
Cause of Death: cancer of the bowel
Medical Information: ill for 1 year, confined to a hospital for 2 months before death. died at 3:30 PM.
Child of Jennie Margaret KEITZER and JOHN KLINE is:
5. i. CATHERINE ELIZABETH6 KLINE, b. April 30, 1909, Mishawaka, Indiana; d. June 03, 1996, Richmond, Virginia.
3. DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER (AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born March 13, 1886 in Monterey, Indiana, and died May 13, 1963 in Winimac, Indiana. She married EDMOND F. KELLER November 26, 1913 in Pulaski County, Indiana, son of MARTIN JR. and SOPHIA ZELLERS. He was born 1884, and died 1967 in Monterey, Indiana.
Notes for DORA JOESPHINE KEITZER:
Was a member, in 1903, of the St. Mary's Young Ladies' Society at St. Anne's church in Monterey.
In 1933, was vice president of the Altar and Rosary Sodality at St. Anne's.
When tramps used to come through Monterey (during the Depression), Dora told her kids to stay away from them. She would meet the tramps at the front gate and tell them that she had a mean dog. She always brought food out to them. However, when Ed was home, he'd let them sit on the front porch--he never seemed to fear them. Perhaps this was because Ed and his cousin Henry used to hop trains on a regular basis when they were young.
In 1910 Dora was living Penn Township, Mishawaka. She was living with Jennie Keitzer Kline and her husband John N. Kline.
Notes for EDMOND F. KELLER:
Ed used to drive a hearse for the Wagoner funeral home. He used to complain about having to wear a little round black hat when he was driving in a funeral procession.
After that, Ed operated a butcher shop for a while. He used to deliver meat to immigrant Italians who were working on railroad labor gangs. Then he purchased his father's farm in 1915. Ed also worked in the North Dakota wheat fields.
Regarding passing tramps, when Ed was home, he'd let them sit on the front porch--he never seemed to fear them. Perhaps this was because Ed and his cousin Henry used to hop trains on a regular basis when they were young.
Children of DORA KEITZER and EDMOND KELLER are:
i. RAYMOND6 KELLER.
Notes for RAYMOND KELLER:
died at one year of age.
More About RAYMOND KELLER:
Cause of Death: pneumonia
6. ii. PHILLIP KELLER.
iii. MARGARET KELLER, m. JOSEPH SCHMIDT.
Notes for MARGARET KELLER:
lived in Arizona.
In 1933 was secretary of the Blessed Virgin Sodality at St. Anne's.
In 1952 Margaret had five children.
In June 1930 she spent a few days visitng her uncle W. R. Keitzer.
More About MARGARET KELLER:
Graduation: 1935, High School
7. iv. RICHARD KELLER, b. 1925.
4. CAROLINE I.5 KEITZER (AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born January 14, 1890 in Monterey, Indiana, and died November 10, 1946 in South Bend, Indiana. She married GUY BOLINGER 1922 in Keokuk, Iowa.
Notes for CAROLINE I. KEITZER:
Carrie died in the home of her brother, William. She had lived in South Bend for 40 years.
In 1910 Carrie was living Penn Township, Mishawaka. She was living with Jennie Keitzer Kline and her husband John N. Kline.
On January 19, 1928 Carrie and her daughter Mardelle and husband glen spent Sunday at the Ed Keller home. Her mother was also there, and she was seriously ill.
More About CAROLINE I. KEITZER:
Burial: Monterey, Indiana
Children of CAROLINE KEITZER and GUY BOLINGER are:
i. ELIZABETH MARDELL6 BOLINGER1, b. 1922; d. July 04, 1931, Indianpolis, IN.
Notes for ELIZABETH MARDELL BOLINGER:
Date on tombstone says Mardell died in 1930. Actually, it was 1931according to the Pulaski County Democrat.
More About ELIZABETH MARDELL BOLINGER:
Burial: July 08, 1931, Monterey, Indiana
Burned to death 4th of July; sparkler caught her dress on fire
ii. LEWIS E. BUHLER.
Notes for LEWIS E. BUHLER:
Lewis was Carrie's foster son. He was a student at Ball State Teacher's College in Muncie, Indiana.
Generation No. 3
5. CATHERINE ELIZABETH6 KLINE (MARY JANE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born April 30, 1909 in Mishawaka, Indiana, and died June 03, 1996 in Richmond, Virginia2. She married ROBERT EMMETT WALLACE, JR. November 04, 1944 in Alexandria, Virginia, son of ROBERT WALLACE and RACHEL MOONEY. He was born November 22, 1918 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and died March 11, 1988 in Alexandria, Virginia.
Notes for CATHERINE ELIZABETH KLINE:
Catherine was an only child. She was born at home, and was delivered by a new, young doctor in town. The doctor also registered her birth. She lived at 723 E. 3rd St., Mishawaka, Indiana from 1909 to 1938. It was a two story white frame house (and in 1991 still was). It had a living room, kitchen, and a parlor (where you entertained special guests, or where you laid out a dead body for viewing). There was also a "special" room of the dining room called the "library." The house had a bathroom, but when they first moved in it had a prefab bath at the "end of the lot." The bathtub in this one was tin. Upstairs there were two bedrooms, both of which had closets. The house had a basement with a floor of hard-packed clay. Catherine's mom had shelves there where she stored preserved fruits, vegetables, etc.
On one side of the house was a vacant lot where the neighborhood kids (Catherine included played). They played games such as tag, ball, red light-green light, "run sheepie run," and "stone school." Stone school was where one kid was the teacher, and hid a stone in her fists. If you guessed which hand the stone was in, you advanced one grade. First kid to go through all grades became the teacher. All the kids wanted to be the teacher.
One big event for kids was seeing an airplane--they were rare then. Another "big" event was when the medicine show came to town. They would set up a stage on a vacant lot, perform some entertainment, and then between acts walk through the crowd selling "medicine." Catherine said neither she nor her parents ever bought any.
Three of Catherine's childhood friends were Mary Rudduck (whose parents owned a dairy), Berneice Marsh, and Nellie Houston.
Stephen Weber remembers Catherine as " a robust, very pretty little girl, with dark curls." Her mom never spanked her, but she remembers her dad spanking her once when she was about nine. Her dad got after her because she"rang the bell too much." However, Catherine admitted that as a child she was a "goody two shoes," and didn't get into much trouble.
Catherine's first job was at a coal and ice company. She was an office worker--did letters and kept records. One of her co-workers was strange; she was a "marathon" worker (ie. workaholic) who sometimes wouldn't speak to Catherine for six weeks at a time. Also, she wouldn't let Catherine wait on customers who came to the office counter. Catherine got tired of all this, and quit after about one year.
When Catherine was a child, there was no pizza or McDonald's. In fact, people did not eat out very much at all. They did have ice cream parlors.
When Catherine was out of high school, she used to go to dances. She would go to dances at Notre Dame University, like the sophomore Cotillion, or sometime "big bands" would tour through South Bend. Anyone could buy a ticket; they didn't just go and listen, they danced as well. Catherine never went "stag;" she always went with a date.
South Bend/Mishawaka had ethnic communities. it had the 2nd largest contingent of Belgians in the Midwest. The Belgian Catholics had their own church--it was named after Saint Bavo. There were three Catholic churches in Mishawaka, St. Leo, St. Monica, and St. Joesph. St. Joesph's was the oldest. There were no other major ethnic concentrations in Mishawaka, but there were a large number of Poles in South Bend. They, too, had their own Catholic churches. There were also some Protestants in the area: Methodists (this church was large, and had chimes played by a blind man), Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and fundamentalists. Catherine doesn't remember any Lutheran churches. She did say there was a Jewish synagogue in South Bend. The grocery man that their family bought from was Jewish.
Aside from goldfish (which died quickly), Catherine only had one pet--a dog. Unfortunately, a lady fed it raw bacon, and it died. It was small and white. Catherine was 4 or 5 at the time.
Catherine also tried to ride horses, without much success. She also tried to learn how to swim, but she didn't do well at this, either, since she was afraid of water.
Her parents didn't argue in front of her--they had a rule, "never go to bed angry," which they followed.
Catherine attended St. Joseph's Catholic grade school through the 8th grade. Her 1st grade teacher was Sister Benedicta; her second grade teacher was Sister Roberta, whom she didn't like because the sister rapped her knuckles for talking in class. Her third grade teacher Was Sister Isabella. Catherine always liked school and never had any academic trouble. Her parents believed in the value of education, and encouraged her to go to college.
Catherine attended high school at a girl's boarding school in Adrian, Michigan, run by the Sisters of St. Dominic. She graduated in May 1927, and lived at home in Mishawaka until she moved to Alexandria, VA. during World War II in the 1940s.
Family vacations: Catherine says she and her parents went once to Niagara Falls, along with "Aunt Carrie" (Bolinger). They also went to Glasgow, Montana to visit one of her dad's sisters. They lived on a ranch, which they had got through homesteading. Catherine remembers riding horses bareback. They got to go free because her dad worked for the railroad.
Catherine remembers being very close to her mother. They were best friends, and Catherine could share her "boyfriend secrets" without fear that they would be revealed. She remembers shopping with her mother for clothes and groceries. In those days there were no multi-item grocery stores--each food had its own store. They used to food shop on Saturday evenings. Catherine and her mom didn't have a car, so they had to walk to each store
Catherine was close friends with Kate Myer, who later married the brother of Catherine's husband. Kate and Catherine used to go on "road trips" together. Once they went by train to Biloxi, MS and New Orleans. They just looked around and ate at nice places. Thier last road trip ended in a car accident--while they were in Michigan up near Lake Superior, a car coming the other way crossed the median line and ran into them. Catherine suffered a broken hand, and Kate had some cuts and cracked ribs. Their car was a total loss. They were taken to a small private hospital called the Ford Hospital and received very good care. Since there were no witnesses, the police didn't give anyone a ticket.
On May 16, 1943, Catherine was in Panama City Florida with Louise ?
On September 5, 1918 mom and her parents returned to Mishawaka after spending a week with her grandparents Ambrose and Mary Keitzer.
More About CATHERINE ELIZABETH KLINE:
Burial: June 1996, Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA. Area 23, Lot 1066
Degree: 1927, Adrian, MI (high school)
Fact 6: SS# issued in: Virginia2
Fact 7: Last residence ZIP: 224012
Occupation: Bet. 1937 - 1974, Red Cross
Notes for ROBERT EMMETT WALLACE, JR.:
Robert and Catherine were married November 4, 1944 at St. Mary's church in Alexandria, VA during WW II. Their best man was Tony Kuharich.
More About ROBERT EMMETT WALLACE, JR.:
Burial: 1988, Quantico National Cemetery, Quantico, VA. Area 23, Lot 1066
Cause of Death: aortic aneurysm
Medical Information: suffered from high blood pressure; dislocated his shoulder in the 1950s. Smoked for over 40 years.
Military service: Bet. 1939 - 1946, US Marine Corps
Occupation: Bet. 1946 - 1988, metal engraver
Children of CATHERINE KLINE and ROBERT WALLACE are:
8. i. ROBERT E.7 WALLACE III, b. January 30, 1947, Alexandria, Virginia.
ii. DR. JOHN KLINE WALLACE, b. October 22, 1951.
6. PHILLIP6 KELLER (DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) He married DOROTHY BERGER November 26, 1946.
Notes for PHILLIP KELLER:
Phil met his wife at a dance.
See page 65 of the Monterey Indiana Sesquicentennial book for more info on Phil Keller.
More About PHILLIP KELLER:
Graduation: 1937, High School
Children of PHILLIP KELLER and DOROTHY BERGER are:
9. i. WILLIAM7 KELLER.
10. ii. MARSHA KELLER.
7. RICHARD6 KELLER (DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born 1925. He married MONNA LOU VANSCOYK. She was born 1925.
In 1982, Keller family received an award for owning their farm 100 years or more.
More About RICHARD KELLER:
Fact One: 1982, Receives Hoosier Homestead Award
Graduation: 1945, High School
Children of RICHARD KELLER and MONNA VANSCOYK are:
i. REBECCA7 KELLER.
11. ii. JUDITH KELLER.
iii. VICTORIA KELLER.
iv. AMANDA KELLER, m. ALAN GOLDNER.
v. TERESA KELLER.
vi. LISA KELLER.
vii. EDWARD KELLER.
viii. HENRY KELLER.
Generation No. 4
8. ROBERT E.7 WALLACE III (CATHERINE ELIZABETH6 KLINE, MARY JANE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) was born January 30, 1947 in Alexandria, Virginia. He married (1) PATRICIA ANNE WOLFF July 1971 in Laurel, Maryland, daughter of VINCENT WOLFF and FRANCOIS. He married (2) REVEREND BEVERLY JO JACOBSON September 27, 1975 in Woodbridge, Virginia, daughter of RICHARD JACOBSON and HELEN MORTVEDT. She was born May 29, 1947 in Ames, Iowa.
More About PATRICIA ANNE WOLFF:
Divorced from R E Wallace III in 1973.
Notes for REVEREND BEVERLY JO JACOBSON:
More About REVEREND BEVERLY JO JACOBSON:
Degree: 1993, Capital University, Columbus, OH
Fact One: August 23, 1998, Ordained a Lutheran minister at St. Luke, Gahanna, OH
Name Change: 1998, Legally changed first name to Bethany
Children of ROBERT WALLACE and BEVERLY JACOBSON are:
i. RYAN CHRISTOPHER8 WALLACE, b. August 14, 1979, Alexandria, Virginia; d. August 16, 1979, Washington, D. C.(Georgetown Univ. Hospital).
More About RYAN CHRISTOPHER WALLACE:
Cause of Death: Hyaline Membrane Disease
Medical Information: born 3 months premature; lungs could not function on own
ii. JULIE ANNA WALLACE, b. September 22, 1980, Alexandria, Va..
9. WILLIAM7 KELLER (PHILLIP6, DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) He married CATHY SCHABOCH.
Notes for WILLIAM KELLER:
Bill now operates Phil's dairy farm.
Children of WILLIAM KELLER and CATHY SCHABOCH are:
i. DEREK8 KELLER, m. NICKI.
ii. DOYLE KELLER.
iii. DREW KELLER.
iv. DAVID KELLER.
v. DANA KELLER.
10. MARSHA7 KELLER (PHILLIP6, DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) She married MICHAEL DAUGHTERY.
Children of MARSHA KELLER and MICHAEL DAUGHTERY are:
i. SETH8 DAUGHTERY.
ii. JOSH DAUGHTERY.
11. JUDITH7 KELLER (RICHARD6, DORA JOESPHINE5 KEITZER, AMBROSE4, MICHAEL3, JOHANNES2 KEUTZER, JOHANNES1) She married PETER SANDERS.
Child of JUDITH KELLER and PETER SANDERS is:
i. RICHARD8 SANDERS.
1. Pulaski County Democrat, page 1, July 11, 1931.
2. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jan 30, 1998, Internal Ref. #18.104.22.168826.7
JENNIE MARGARET KEITZER
b. October 17, 1876, Monterey, Indiana; d. April 26, 1938, Hammond, Indiana.
|b. February 08, 1880, Monterey, Indiana; d. February 20, 1959, Monterey, Indiana; m. (1) MARY KEITZER; m. (2) PHA E. TAYLOR, May 05, 1903, Pulaski County, Indiana; m. (3) DORIS GAST, 1922, Lima, Ohio; b. 1885.||
DORA JOESPHINE KEITZER
|b. March 13, 1886, Monterey, Indiana; d. May 13, 1963, Winimac, Indiana.||
CAROLINE I. KEITZER
|b. January 14, 1890, Monterey, Indiana; d. November 10, 1946, South Bend, Indiana.||
ANNA MARTHA KEITZER
|b. March 03, 1878, Monterey, Indiana; d. December 09, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana; m. LEO KELLY, May 28, 1904, Monterey, Indiana.||