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Timmerman Family Photo Album

The Timmerman Family Photo Album has slots for 64 Cabinet Cards. 2 are missing, for a total of 62 ancestor family photos in this album.

Timmerman Family Photo #39

The Timmerman Family Photo Album contains 3 identified photographs of Bertha Timmerman and 1 of her husband George Fichtner .

Cabinet Card Timmerman Family Album Chicago Illinois - Bertha Timmerman (Fichtner) ID: Bertha Timmerman (Fichtner)

Front: Morrison. Haymarket Theatre. 161 West Madison St. Chicago [Illinois]

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Date: Cabinet Card ca 1888-1893

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Genealogy Research Notes: The 1880 census for Chicago, Cook County Illinois shows the Timmerman family as:
  • Henry Timmermann, 30, born Germany, tailor.
  • Dorothea, 25 born Germany. [My research shows that Dorothea Timmerman died 17 July 1892 in Chicago, age 37]
  • Augusta, 6 born Illinois
  • Bertha, 4, born Illinois
  • Mathilda, 2, born Illinois
The 1900 census for Chicago, Cook County Illinois shows the Fichtner family as:
  • George E. Fichtner, 30 born May 1870 Germany.
  • Bertha C. Fichtner, 24, born November 1875 Illinois, married 1896
  • Harry G. Fichtner 3 born June 1897 Illinois
  • Edna O. Fichtner 5 months, born Dec. 1899 Illinois
The 1910 census for Chicago, Cook County Illinois shows the Fichtner family as:
  • George Fichtner, 39 born Germany. He immigrated to America in 1882
  • Bertha Fichtner, 34
  • Harry G Fichtner, 13
  • Ethel L Fichtner, 6
The 1920 census for Boontown, New Jersey shows Geroge & Bertha Fichtner with children Ethel and George Fichtner. The 1930 census for Boontown, New Jersey shows George E. Fichtner, 59, Bertha C. Fichtner 54, Ethel L Fichtner, 26 and George E Fichtner 15 with servants Louise & Marie Ziedler



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