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Anna Christiana did not emigrate to the U.S. She died 17 Feb 1858.

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The Corzilius and Buchholz families came to the U.S. on the same ship (Monmouth?) in 1840 or 1841.

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Peter William's original birth record shows his name as Peter Wilhelm Corzilius.

Columbus City Directory for 1862 shows: CORZILIUS, PETER W., 265 S. High St.
Produce and Commission Merchant

Peter was a grocer in business with his brother Frederick.

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Philipp's original birth record in Prussia shows name as Philipp Corzilius -- no middle name.

Phillip worked as a guard for the royal family at Wiesbaden before emigrating to the U.S. (?)

Columbus City Directory for 1862 shows: CORZILIUS, PHILIP
Salesman, 250 S. High St

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Wilhelm Menningen, his wife Johannette, and children Bertha and Carl immigrated into the U.S. 18 Aug 1858. They arrived on the ship Saxonia from Hamburg via Southhampton.

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The Corzilius and Buchholz families came to the U.S. on the same ship (Monmouth?) in 1840 or 1841.

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Friederich was an attorney before coming to the U.S. -- did not practice law in the U.S. He was a wagon maker in Grove City, Ohio. His brother in Germany was a private secretary to Kaiser Wilhelm I.

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Ernst was a druggist.

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? Zettler was in the hardware business in Columbus, Ohio.

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Herman was a telegraph operator.

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Frieda Jahn was a school teacher. She was David Corzilius' 1st grade teacher.

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Leo was a dentist.

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Glenn Grant worked in the newspaper for many years in various fields. He also had a company called G.M. Grant Amusement Enterprises, dramatic, arenic and field, which we assumehandled circus, plays, etc. There are pictures and other items to support this available thru Penny Husson, Las Vegas, NV.

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Infant died at birth.

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Helene was born a Guessbacher, but changed her name after her father died back to her mother's maiden name -- her father was apparently very mean to her and her mother. She reportedly very much respected and loved her stepfather, Edward Kemmler.

Helene Corzilius was never married.[CORZILIUS-1971.ged]

Social Security Number: 279-34-8832
The state listed in the birth locality field
is where the Social Security Number was issued.
The zip code listed in the death locality field
is the last place of residence.
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 43206
Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
German Village, Franklin, Ohio
German Village Station, Franklin, Ohio