Recent Comments made by Netzband, 21-40

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He was known in real life as Netzbandt.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Metena, John H (p. 1269) · 14 Jan 2009 You

Both of these men usually had an "n" to start their names.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Mettler, Wm (p. 1116) · 14 Jan 2009 You

These two are listed under "m", but in real life their names began with"N." Netzband and Netzbandt

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Metisk, Violas (p. 1102) · 14 Jan 2009 You

This Frederick Netzbond is my uncle who was known as Netzband his entire life.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Nerad, Frank (p. 1322) · 13 Jan 2009 You

This person listed as Frederick Netzbond is my uncle, Frederick Netzband.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Netherlands, Consul (p. 1522) · 13 Jan 2009 You

This man listed as Frederick Netzbond is my uncle, Frederick Netzband (just like Paul's name in the line above).

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Netzal, Charles (p. 1349) · 09 Jan 2009 You

Turner Junction became West Chicago in 1896.

Image, found in News - The Chicago Tribune: Page 6 · 05 Jan 2009 You

This is Robert Netzband, and I have more information on him.

Image, found in City Directories - Detroit: Metz, Ora W (p. 1627) · 24 Dec 2008 You

Crosscheck other records, and find that it is Paul A. Netzband.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Malloy, Edward (p. 2721) · 24 Dec 2008 You

N.W. Lambeth is Noah Webster Lambeth.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 36 · 24 Dec 2008 You

I believe this is actually Christina Netzband, wife of Arthur E. Netzband.

Image, found in FBI Case Files: Page 1 · 17 Nov 2008 You

I believe this is actually Christina Netzband, wife of Arthur E. Netzband.

Image, found in FBI Case Files: Page 3 · 17 Nov 2008 You

I believe this is actually Christina Netzband, wife of Arthur E. Netzband.

Image, found in FBI Case Files: Page 2 · 17 Nov 2008 You

I don't understand the entry of Christina Netzband (w'd Art F) in that she is the wife of the Arthur Ernst Netzband listed above her. He received a passport application in 1921,…

Image, found in City Directories - New York: Nesbitt, Thos (p. 1242) · 13 Nov 2008 You

The name in reality was Netzband, Paul A by crosschecking other directories.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Malloy, Edward (p. 2721) · 12 Nov 2008 You

Though this Richard is listed as a Metzband, I believe the proper name is Netzband.

Image, found in City Directories - New York: Metz, Chas (p. 1288) · 12 Nov 2008 You

This is normally Netzband, not Natzband. I have annotated lots of entries of her husband in the Chicago City Directories.

Image, found in News - The Chicago Tribune: Page 3 · 31 Oct 2008 You

Frederick Netzbend was known most of his life as Frederick Netzband. This was my uncle and have lots of information on his family.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Nessler, Rudolph W (p. 1280) · 24 Oct 2008 You

The name "Netzbend" here is "Netzband" in reality.

Image, found in City Directories - Detroit: Nestlehut, George (p. 1611) · 24 Oct 2008 You

These names written as "Netzbend" are usually "Netzband."

Image, found in City Directories - Detroit: Nettleton, Nellie M (p. 1196) · 24 Oct 2008 You