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Marts-Martz/IN>IL/1870?-1971

Marts-Martz/IN>IL/1870?-1971

Posted: 14 Jun 1999 8:06PM GMT
Edited: 21 Jan 2002 11:02PM GMT
Trying to locate grandmother's (Mary Margaret? Martz/Marts) family. Brothers-John, Chance, Albert (Ab), sister was Susanna (Annie) who passed away in 1971 in IL. There was also a Henry but we believe he was an uncle. Mary married Frederick Zeitz and had 4 children. She passed away in 1913 in St. Louis, MO. Ab married Annie Dudley but we have no details on this info. Annie married Jack (Cippie)Sippy, but again we have little info. We do have pictures of these people and are hoping to fill in their history. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Zeitz

Iris van der Graaf (View posts)
Posted: 23 Sep 1999 3:32AM GMT
Hallo
I am Iris van der Graaf and while I was looking on the internet I
came round your massage.
My Grandmother was called Mies Antony Zeits she mas a
daughter of Gustav Anton Zeitz. But my nature of looking for my
relatives is so what strange. About 5 years ago we found out that
there was a bonegrowing disorder. And as far as we can look back
it must come from the Zeits family. So I was wondering if you know
anything about that.
Carrecteristic (?) is "strange"round wrists and round legs. The arms
and legs are shorter than averidge but people have big feet and
hands.
I don't know if you can or even want to help, or if you need more
information. But I am already interested in you reaction.
Waiting for your reply
Iris from the Netherlands

Re: Zeitz

Zeitz (View posts)
Posted: 7 May 2006 11:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Zeitz, Gebel, Poludniak, Ullmann, Mäge, von Jeckel
Hi, my name is Gerda Zeitz. I´m from Germany. My grandgrandpa was Johann Julius Zeitz. I don´t no, where and when he was born. His wife was Charlotte Auguste Gebel.
One son, my grandpa, was Richard. He was born 1845 in Pian. My grandma, Albine Wanda Selma Poludniak was born 1860 in Silgendorf. Marriage was 1879 in Breslau.
Sorry, I don´t good english, but I hope you can understand me.
Bye bye

Gerda
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