Annotations by AVolkert

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His brothers Henry & John - but not Chris

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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No, C.Zupp did NOT enlist in any army

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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W Z name on a tombstone that once was in Lutheran Cemetery, Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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Mary Elizabeth "Zender / Zehner" is from the Swiss or Swiss/German area

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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John Zupp served in the Eighteenth Michigan Infantry and actually died in the Civil War.

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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Henry Zupp - enlisted in the Eighteenth Michigan Infantry, and after its close returned to Michigan

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Mary Elizabeth Zupp was buried in the Lutheran Cemetery, Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio.

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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Christopher Columbus Zupp - actually, born Christian Zupp

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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"Christopher Columbus" Zupp

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Ida Zupp

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Belle Zupp

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Pearl Zupp

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William Zupp

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Jessie Zupp

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Almond Zupp

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Blanche Zupp

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Made 30 Jun 2008

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