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The Vietzke family, 1844-1963 : the migration from Germany to Paulding County, Ohio and then to Stevens County, Washington and then spread to the rest of Washington and Oregon states, another branch migrated from Ohio to Gratiot County, Muskegon County and Leelanu County, Michigan and to Becker County, Minnesota

compiled by Gene E. Klingler
Klingler, Gene E. (Main Author)
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Albany, Oregon : G.E. Klingler, 2006
154 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Ferdinand Henry Vietzke was born 21 Jan 1844 in Stolp, Pommern, Preussen. He married Wilhelmine Henriette Neumann (1852-1907), daughter of Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Neumann and Anna Amalie Stadio, in about 1874 in Germany. They had five children. He died 31 October 1917 in Colville, Washington. Includes Hoffman, Klingler and related families.

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