Etz

(Anything in this kind of brackets [ ] is my opinion.)
(An asterick after a name in a census denotes a person in the direct line.)




Fritz Etz emigrates from Germany to the United States about 1883.




Mary Etz and her family emigrate from Germany to the United States in 1884.




Barbara Etz and George Manley marry July 12, 1891 in Northampton County, Virginia.



1900 Federal Census

Capeville District, Northampton County, Virginia, 37-39, June 7, 1900

1910 Federal Census

Northampton County, Virginia, S.D. 1, E.D. 91, _-210-212, June 1, 1910

1920 Federal Census

Northampton County, Virginia, S.D. 347, E.D. 122, Sheet 16A, p. 118, 19-306-307, January 21, 1920
Northampton County, Virginia, S.D. 347, E.D. 122, Sheet 16A, p. 118, x-307-308, January 21, 1920


Fritz Etz dies December 29, 1925 in Capeville, Northampton County, Virginia, and is buried in the Cape Charles Cemetery, Cape Charles, Virginia.




1930 Federal Census

Capeville, Northampton County, Virginia, S.D. 13, E.D. 66-2, p. A103, _-275-291, April 14, 1930
The next listing is her son and his family, _-276-292


Mary Anna Etz dies February 27, 1935 in Cape Charles, Northampton County, Virginia, and is buried in the Cape Charles Cemetery, Cape Charles, Virginia.



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