I was surfing around the waltz message board and came across your posting. My grgrandmother was married to an Albert E Waltz (lic date 04/21/1900), for a short period in her life. I do not know much about Albert other than he married My grgrandmother, Anna Belle Palmer, Satchel in Springfield Tn., she was divorced with (3) children. I have a copy of the record from county clerk Robertson Co, Tn. Other pertinent data 1900 Census Springfield, Robertson Co., Tn Albert E. Waltz (B) 05/29/1871 Penna Anna B. Waltz (B) 10/28/1871 Nebraska Cora Mae Satchell (B) 05/12/1888 Kansas Step-dau Thomas Henry Satchell (B) 08/10/1889 Kansas Step-son William Allen Satchell (B) 07/08/1891 Kansas Step-son
It is interesting to note that my fathers name is Edward Wayne Fraker his mother is Cora Mae Satchell (Fraker) noted above.
After that my grgrandmother with Waltz and children walked back to Fredonia, Kansas by wagon, I am not sure what happened I have further referencing and dialoging between my father and grgrandmother. Although Albert Waltz is not a blood relative of mine I thought maybe the info could help unlock some roadblocks. My e-mail is down at present if any waltz researchers are interested I can be reached @ 301-674-8533.
The above is a follow-up that I sent to another researcher on the boards and I have some additional info to add:
My father and his cousin researched the Satchell and Fraker families pretty extensively and both have books at the LDS. I have been working my way through his cousins publication and came across a notation that states that perhaps my grgrandmother left Albert Waltz in Kentucky. The only thing that was relayed to my father with regard to her journey back to Ks from Tenn is: I recall grandma speaking of moving Tenn to Kansas in the early 1900s by two wheeled cart.They walked behind the cart with the kids old shepard dog and as far as I know were not accompanyed by Waltz or any other adult male. My father guessed perhaps he perished on the trail between Clarksvile, Tenn and Ks. I am only relaying this info because of the Kentucky notation in the research.
It would be nice to know if you contain a Albert Ein your Waltz branch. I am just so curious to settle this mystery.