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Lewis and Masteller -- #atozchallenge

Anna Regine Lewis Masteller


Relationship : My 2nd Great-Grandmother




DOB : 16 May 1869 -- Waller, Columbia county, Pennsylvania

MD : 17 Mar 1887 -- Columbia county, Pennsylvania

DOD : 21 Aug 1933 -- Berwick, Columbia county, Pennsylvania

Burial : 23 Aug 1933 -- Roselawn Cemetery, Berwick, Columbia county, Pennsylvania

Parents : Isaac Lewis and Ellen Kohensparger Lewis

Siblings : Theodore, Andrew, Daniel, Jacob, Henry, Fernando, Mary Elizabeth and Brittain G.

Husband : Furman Curry Masteller

Children : Uknown Masteller, Ellen Erdine, William Isaac, Robert Peter, Emmons P., Hattie L. {died at 3 yrs old}, Vera Emogene, Michael Z., and Florence Low-Ella {my Great-grandmother.  Also known as Mom Hunter}


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Furman Curry Masteller


DOB : 5 May 1862 -- Grassmere Park, Sugarloaf Township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania

DOD : 4 Mar 1935 -- Pennsylvania

Burial : 7 Mar 1935 -- Roselawn Cemetery, Berwick, Columbia county, Pennsylvania {with his wife}

Parents : William Masteller and Casendana Adaline Shultz

Siblings : Michael, Mary F, George E, Estella M, Harriet (Hattie), Bradley, Brader S, and Icie Paulata

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