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Edward Schlosser biography: 13 things Emmet County, Michigan native

Edward William Schlosser was a native of Michigan, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

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  1. He was born in Emmet County, Michigan to Edwin Bernard Schlosser and Matilda B. Lark Schlosser.
  2. He was 6 years younger than his brother Arthur Bernard Schlosser. Arthur and Kathryn Parker Schlosser have six children.
  3. In 1905, his younger brother Carl Valentine Schlosser was born.
  4. In 1907, his younger sister Ida M. Schlosser was born in Emmet County.
  5. In 1910, his younger brother Alfred M. Schlosser was born in Emmet County.
  6. On February 10, 1923, he married Velma Kathleen Wallace Schlosser in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan.
  7. In 1937, Velma gave birth to their son Robert Edwin Schlosser.
  8. In 1943, Velma gave birth to their son Samuel Edward Schlosser.
  9. On September 16, 1933, his brother Alfred married Gladys R. Bonter.
  10. On February 14, 1939, his mother died in Emmet County at the age of 68.
  11. On October 11, 1943, his father died in Emmet County at the age of 73.
  12. In 1960, his sister-in-law Kathryn died at the age of 65.
  13. On September 11, 1963, he died in Pellston, Emmet County at the age of 63.
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