Are these yours?SSDI, SCHONER, all SSN issued in Illinois:
Albert (17 May 1895 - Nov. 1978, last res. Chicago, Cook, IL 60639) Albert (15 Dec. 1919 - Dec. 1969) Stanley (16 Apr. 1925 - Apr. 1969).
You could try to get a death certificate for Albert.That should name his parents.If not, try to get an obituary, burial record (church or sexton's), Social Security Application, etc. Albert would probably be with his parents on the 1900 and 1910 Censuses. If you can find names of Albert's parents, they should be online on the FamilySearch 1880 Census database.There was an Albert in Chicago in 1880, but he was only two years old, s/o Frank & Frederica, and his only brother was younger.I think a more likely family was in No. Springfield, Greene Co., MO:Paul SCHONER, 27, shoemaker, OH BAV BAV; wf. Matilda, 26, KY TN TN; sons all b. MO: Albert, 9; Wm., 8; & Baxter, 6.There was also an Albert, 16, b. OH, in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH, s/o Barbara, 45, ALS ALS ALS.Barbara was divorced from husband b. Darmstadt.Her aunt, Lulliemie BORVERS, 68, b. Alsace, was also in the household.Barbara's other sons were Henry, 17, & Rudolph, 10.Note that if your Albert was b. 1895, his father would most likely have been over five in 1880.Do any of the above names occur in your known SCHONER family?We cannot tell whether you are related to the others with the name unless you can get back to our common ancestor.