Re: Still looking for more info on Cleveland Warnke's 1868-present
I am researching my Woodrich line.I came upon a letter written by my Aunt Myrtle from 1993 which stated "Other cousins were the Warnke's, Addie & Walter. Walter had a son, Myron, but it seems to me he was a bit older than I (she was born in 1923).I believe Walter & Addie were Uncle Gus's sons.I think they had a sister or two, but the only name that comes to my mind is Mamie & she may have been Walter's wife."I did some research, discovered that Gustav had married an Anna (nee Woodrich).I ordered her death cert; she was born in 1867 in Germany, died in 1943.Her father is listed as Frederick Woodrich, mother unknown.The informant was a Mrs. Harry Shining (Hard to read).Anna is buried in Knollwood.My Aunts letter also mentions the Rogge family, again she was not sure of the connection.I found a death certificate for one Ida Rogge (nee Woodrich), born 1858, died 1946, father Frederick Woodrich, mother Anna Hartwig.Elsie Hess was the informant & Ida is also buried in Knollwood.The attending doctor on both these ladies death certificates is the same; I'm guessing they were sisters.I was wondering, if through your research, you had come across any info on the Woodrich family.My GGrandfather, Friedrich Woodrich (Wodrich) was born in 1863, his father was Johann Carl Friedrich, born 1836.I guessing that my Johann & the elder Frederick (Anna & Ida's father) were brothers.We are all from the Cleveland, OH area & most have been buried in Knollwood.
Any information or leads would be greatly appreciated.