Mary Martha Elizabeth (Steinbrecher) Wilkinson Pedigree

(Start at generation 4, below.)



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Origin of the surname Steinbrecher:







6 Heinrich Conrad Steinbrecher


1. Biographical notes:


Born .


2. Wife: Martha Elizabeth Ludwig


Born .


3. Children:




b. Wilhelm Heinrich Steinbrecher: See generation 5, below.


5 Wilhelm Heinrich Steinbrecher


1. Biographical notes:


Born 7 August 1830 at Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. Died 16 March 1912 at home, 318 Ferdinand Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.


2. Wife: Mary Crossley


Born 1833. Died 1912.


3. Children:


a. William Henry Steinbrecher: Born 1855. Died 1913.


b. Charles E. Steinbrecher: Born 1857. Died 1933.


c. Lillie Steinbrecher: Born 1860. Died 1936.


d. Elizabeth Ellen Steinbrecher: Born 1863. Died 1932.


e. John Edward Steinbrecher: Born 1865. Died 1929. Married (?) and had (at least) the following son:


(1. John Edward Steinbrecher, Jr.


f. Mary Martha Elizabeth Steinbrecher: See generation 4, below.


g. Henry Crossley Steinbrecher: Born 1869. Died 1940.


h. Bertha Louise Steinbrecher "Louise": Born 1872. Died 1961. Married (?) Hotchkiss.


i. George Edward Steinbrecher: Born 1874. Died 1953.


j. Albert R. Steinbrecher: Born 1878. Died 1961.


4 Mary Martha Elizabeth Steinbrecher:


Born 3 August 1867. Died 15 December 1949 at home, 2192 Hubbard Avenue in the City of Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan; interred there in Woodmere Cemetery. Married Joseph Albert Wilkinson, paragraph 3.f. of generation 4 of the Wilkinson Annex.


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