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  (b. abt. 1860 Germany   d. )  

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SPERLING Genealogy

Frederick SPERLING was born abt. 1860 in Germany. Frederick SPERLING was the child of

Frederick was an immigrant, arriving by 1883.

He married  Ida SCHEITZ 14 May 1883 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA .  Ida SCHEITZ  was born July 1864 in Germany (German States) (German Empire).  She died aft. 1935 in United States (USA) (American Colonies).  She was the daughter of Matthew SCHEITZ and Amalie Auguste Margaret NEUBER.

son of Fred and Henrietta Netterman?

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Frederick SPERLING married immigrant flag  Ida SCHEITZ-- Date: 14 May 1883 Place: Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910

Ida SCHEITZ was the daughter of Matthew SCHEITZ and Amalie Auguste Margaret NEUBER

Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841 - 1910, Vol: 343 ; Page: 67
Marriage to Frederick Sperling, 14 May 1883 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He is 23. She is 19. Both were born in Germany. He is the son of Fred and Henrietta Netterman? She is the daughter of Matthew and Magga Niber.


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1883 Marriage / Partner
Frederick SPERLING and Ida SCHEITZ 14 May 1883, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA (Coltsville)

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