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This was before Anton and Margaretha were married. I can't say for certain that they were actually living together when their oldest child Ernstine was born as the index shows she was born before their marriage. The dates have not been verified. 
Schickedanz, Anton (I745)
 
102
This was before Anton and Margaretha were married. I can't say for certain that they were actually living together when their oldest child Ernstine was born as the index shows she was born before their marriage. The dates have not been verified. 
Glaentzer, Margaretha (I744)
 
103
Thorscheiber [gate guard and tax collector]
and later
Verwalter [manager] of Sandelmühle [name of a water mill] 
Gläntzer, Andreas (I115)
 
104 "ein Kind weiblichen Geschlechts geboren habe, welches leblos sei." Glaentzer (I90)
 
105 "Wolfhagen In Kurhessen" Himmelreich, Anna Maria (I1286)
 
106 (Medical):Franziska died in the Evangelisches Krankenhaus, Weyertal 76, Köln, Germany. Glaentzer, Franziska (I5)
 
107 (Medical):He died in "Köln-Bayernthal im Sankt-Antonius Krankenhaus." Glaentzer, Johann (I14)
 
108 (Medical):He died in the Universitätsklinik in Köln-Lindenthall. Glaentzer, Gerd Josef (I50)
 
109 (Medical):Inquest was held on 01 October 1860 by Deputy Coroner Mr. Langham which gave the listed cause of death. The Coroner of Westiminster was Charles S. C. Bedford as listed on the death certificate. Glaentzer, Georg (I62)
 
110 (Medical):Josef was admitted to the Frankfort Hospital with severe stomach pain and died the same day. Glaentzer, Josef (I7)
 
111 (Medical):On son Caspar's birth certificate (18 Sep 1870) Caspar was listed as being ill. Glänzer, Caspar (I1752)
 
112 (Medical):Romano died at the Evangelische Krankenhaus, Weyertal 76, Köln, Germany. Massaro, Romano Giovanni (I161)
 
113 (Medical):She died at 1740 at Graseggerstraße 105, Köln. Glaentzer, Suzanne (I6)
 
114 (Medical):She died at the Krankenanstalt Lindenburg in Köln located at Josef Stelzmann Straße 9. Glaentzer, Maria Wilhelmine (I47)
 
115 (Medical):She died in the hospital. Klein, Elise (I20)
 
116 (Medical):She dies at 8:45 pm, Aachener Straße 445-449, Köln. Glaentzer, Anna Monika (I58)
 
117 (Research):"eine totgeborene Tochter" Glaentzer (I90)
 
118 (Research):"Glänzer erklärte im Schreiben unerfahren zu sein." (son Caspar's death certificate). Caspar couldn't write and he did not sign his name on the certificate. Glänzer, Caspar (I1752)
 
119 (Research):1917 verwundet oder tot? (per Christina Gläntzer) Glänzer, Karl (I671)
 
120 (Research):Anna has two different entries in the death index. The only information in question is her birth date. One has 1733-1734 and the other 1739-1740. Münch, Anna Elisabetha (I644)
 
121 (Research):Born in Oberwesel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany vs. Ancona, Ancona, Marche, Italy. He migrated to France. Glaentzer, Georg (I67)
 
122 (Research):Born in Sankt Goar, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany?
Surname Gossi?

Son August's death certificate states that she died in St. Goar 
Gossi, Angelika (I84)
 
123 (Research):Brother Peter Glaentzer's funeral card states that he was survived by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Glaentzer, Katharina (I1761)
 
124 (Research):Brother Peter Glaentzer's funeral card states that he was survived by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Glaentzer, Wilhelm (I15)
 
125 (Research):Brother Peter Glaentzer's funeral card states that he was survived by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Glaentzer, Joseph (I13)
 
126 (Research):Brother Peter Glaentzer's funeral card states that he was survived by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Johann would have been alive at the time of his brother's death.

At the time of Johann's death he was "ohne Beruf." 
Glaentzer, Johann (I14)
 
127 (Research):Carl was, most likely, from Duingen near Hameln. This is the Hameln from the story The Pied Piper of Hamelin (Rattenfänger von Hameln). This is per Christina Gläntzer. She is trying to get Carl's birth record from Duingen. Glänzer, Carl Ludwig Ernst Heinrich (I394)
 
128 (Research):Christina found this marriage records but we don't know how Sybilla fits into the family yet. Gläntzer, Sybilla Margaretha (I125)
 
129 (Research):Christina Gläntzer has question marks behind Wilhelmine's date of birth and place of birth. Pulver, Wilhelmine Friederike Luisa (I607)
 
130 (Research):Christoph, Christian were, most likely, brothers and Konrad Glaentzer was, most likely, their father. They were in the same unit at the same time and they were from the same hometown. Christoph and Christian were drummers and Konrad was the Provost Marshall.

One of Konrad's military records gives his birthplace as Freienhagen and the rest of his records show Mengeringhausen. It is likely he was born in Freienhagen and later migrated to Mengeringhausen where Christoph and Christian were born. This is a distance of about 117 km (72 miles) in the same district. 
Glaentzer, Konrad (I562)
 
131 (Research):Christoph, Christian were, most likely, brothers and Konrad Glaentzer was, most likely, their father. They were in the same unit at the same time and they were from the same hometown. Christoph and Christian were drummers and Konrad was the Provost Marshall. Glaentzer, Christoph (I531)
 
132 (Research):Christoph, Christian were, most likely, brothers and Konrad Glaentzer was, most likely, their father. They were in the same unit at the same time and they were from the same hometown. Christoph and Christian were drummers and Konrad was the Provost Marshall. Glaentzer, Christian (I530)
 
133 (Research):Died as an infant. Gläntzer (I327)
 
134 (Research):Emma (Weichert) Paprocki states that her Uncle 1 FC Köln soccer team in Germany in the 1950s. Thorsten Friedrich, (tfriedrich@fc-koeln.de) archivist for 1FC Köln, states that he can find no record of Hermann playing for 1 FC Köln or any of its minor league teams. Froitzheim, Hermann (I164)
 
135 (Research):Er geht nach Italien und hat eine Brauerei in Ancona.

His great grandson (Paolo) states that Karl died when he was 50 so there is a discrepancy. 
Glaentzer, Carlos (I68)
 
136 (Research):Found this death certificate but I don't know how she fits into the Glaentzer family yet. Glaentzer, Maria Wilhelmine (I47)
 
137 (Research):Franziska was listed as being a Hausfrau (housewife) on her death certificate. Glaentzer, Franziska (I5)
 
138 (Research):Heinrich birth index entry has his date of death as 27 Oct 1863 but his entry in the death index has a death date of 25 Oct 1863 and a burial date of 27 Oct 1863. Those dates are used. Staub, Heinrich Christian (I763)
 
139 (Research):His mother's Optionsurkunde has August's place of birth as Zdundka Wola, Poland. Weichert, Karl August (I156)
 
140 (Research):In Theresia's brother Josef's personal papers found at his death, he had written that his sister Theresia's date of birth was 15 Oct 1909. Her official birth certificate will be used as a source for her birth date (30 Oct 1909).

Theresia and a friend of hers had been out shopping. There was a curfew because the Americans were there and there were German soldiers hiding in the woods near where they lived. Some of the German soldiers didn't even know the war was over. There was frequent gunfire between the Americans and the German soldiers that were left. Theresia and her friend were out a little past the curfew. Theresia was hit by a stray bullet in the side which hit her heart and she died instantly. The friend was not injured. The bullet came from an American rifle but it is unknown who the American soldier was. 
Glaentzer, Theresia (I1)
 
141 (Research):It is unknown if Glaenzer is Wilhelmine's maiden or married name. She is listed in her daughter Caroline's marriage to Wilhelm Bäcker but not father is listed. Glaenzer, Wilhelmine (I1261)
 
142 (Research):Johann Peter and Anna Barbara were baptized on the same day. They were most likely twins. Glaentzer, Johann Peter (I1445)
 
143 (Research):Johann Peter and Anna Barbara were baptized on the same day. They were most likely twins. Glaentzer, Anna Barbara (I957)
 
144 (Research):Johannes was 9 Jahre Diener bei Herrn Heinrich Brösken dem ref. Pfarrer von Berkesheim und Preungesheim. (per Christina Gläntzer). Glaentzer, Johannes (I675)
 
145 (Research):Josef was a police sergeant [Polizeihauptwachtmeister] in Köln.

A handwritten list of birth and death dates was found among Josef's personal effects at the time of his death. The paper is assumed to have been written but Josef himself. He has his birth date listed as 22 March 1922 which conflicts with his civil birth record which clearly has 27 March 1922. The birth record is used as the official source of his birth. 
Glaentzer, Josef (I7)
 
146 (Research):Karoline's youngest child died less than three weeks after she did. Did they die of some disease? Peters, Karoline Josephine (I600)
 
147 (Research):Margaretha died 6 days after her son Philipp was born. Glaentzer, Margaretha (I744)
 
148 (Research):Marguerite's birth records indicates that she was the 4th child born to this couple so there are two unknown children (Louis is a known son). This is per Christina Gläntzer. Ouhinck, Esther (I676)
 
149 (Research):Marital status listed as single on the death index. Glanzer, Anna Maria (I1701)
 
150 (Research):Marital status listed as single on the death index. Glanzer, Hanß Georg (I878)
 

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