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Frederick W. Schauer and Charlie A. Schauer

Frederick and Charlie eacb cash-claimed a quarter in 5N 47W

Grandfather was Frank Russell SCHAUER b. CO 10 Jun 1889 to parents Charles A SCHAUER & Mary MEAGHER . Frank moved to PA then VT where he & wife Hazel WHITING raised 3 sons & 2 dau.

In 1900 Frank, Russell, and Robert are "grand-nephews" in Kate Ennis's residence in Clear Creek County (Georgetown is there)

Frank - Nov 1866 in Pennsylvania and Marietta April 1867 in Ohio - are in Denver in 1900 just married.  Frank is a butcher.

In 1910 Frank F. Schauer is a butcher in Boulder County, 42, born in Pennsylvania, married to Marietta 40, Ohio.  They have Frank 18, a clerk in a grocery store, Robert J. 17 a baker and Russell J. 17, a waiter in a cafe, all sons born in Colorado.

At the 1912 GAR Auxiliary state meeting in Fort Morgan Marietta Schauer rendered a beautiful solo on the pipe organ.

Miss Chase sang "Beautuful Isle of Somewhere."

Julia E. Killam read the list of departed members.

Jennie McGill gave a tribute to Helen R. Eldridge, who passed
away a week before .

The Convention and stood with bowed heads,
while Mrs. Schauer played a beautiful memorial on the pipe organ.


Frank Schauer registered for WWI in Wellboro Pennsylvania, saying he was born June 10, 1889 in Colorado.  When he registered for WWII he said he was born in Holyoke, Colorado. 

Robert John Schauer registered for WWI in Longmont,, saying he was born February 20, 1895 in Georgetown, Colorado.

Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County)
Nov 26, 1920
SCHAUER-KNEMEYER--Robert Schauer, formerly of Longmont, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schauer of Denver, was married at Fort Collins yesterday morning to Miss Clara Knemeyer of that city, Father LaJeunesse of St. Joseph church officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schauer and Miss Margaret Garrett attended the ceremony.
 Robert died Dec 21, 1969, Clara 1982, and both are buried in Fort Collins.

Charles A. Schauer buried in Canton, Ohio 1863-1918

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