Lucretia Tarver and Vetter Family AL/FL Missing pieces
Seeking information on the Vetters as follows:
Sophronia (Clark) Vetter b. 1852, d. 1880-1883, m. Charles B. Vetter b. 1844 d. 1930:
Children: Annie (Vetter)(Monroe)Pillips b. 1869, AL
Henrietta Vetter, b. abt.1872, AL
Otto Vetter, b. abt. 1874, AL
William Vetter, b. abt. 1877, AL
Sophronia's mother was the Widow Lucretia Clark, m. Jonathan Tarver, b. MS, living in Whistler, AL, Lucretia has one child by Jonathan, Martha Tarver, Jonathan died when Martha was 3 years. Old.Lucretia dies after Jonathan in 1868.
Charles Vetter is Mattie's guardian from 1868 to 1877
Charles moves family to Pensacola, FL by 1880 Census
Charles and Sophronia appear in the 1880 US Census in
Pensacola w/above 4 children.
Sophronia dies between 1880/1883, Charles married Lillian Rasberry in 1883 in Mobile, AL. (Lillian received proceeds from Jonathan's Tarver's estate, in Whistler, AL in 1877).
Lillian dies in 1886 in Pensacola, FL.
Charles m. Mary Quigley (a widow) 1888 in Pensacola, FL.
Charles, Mary and Lillian are buried in St. John's Cemetery in Pensacola, FL
Charles was a Tinsmith and had his own business on Zarragossa n. Tarragona Sts., later on Intedencia, and S. Palafox. Residence was on Alcanez n. Roman, 8th Street, and later purchased a home on Gadsden St. Pensacola, FL
Information I am seeking:
Sophronia's father's name (Unk.) Clark?Where Sophronia is buried?
Lucretia (Clark) Tarver's maiden name?
Any information of Sophronia and Charles children:
Henrietta, Otto and William?
Lillian Rasberry's early connection to the family in Whistler, 10 years before her marriage to Charles?
Any info or connection to the Charles Vetters on:
Bessie Vetter d. 1886 (7 yrs inscribed on her grave)
Frank Ross Vetter d. 1893
Both are buried in Section 5 of St. Johns in Pensacola with Charles, Lillian and Mary?
I think Adolph Vetter b.abt. 1811 and Ernestina b. abt. 1808 may be Charles B.'s parents.They are buried in Whistler Cemetery in Whistler, AL?
I apologize for the length, but I need help with some of these missing pieces.Thank you for your time!