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Notes
a. Note:   Henry W. Zanzinger 1891-1964
  <u>Jon Saunders </u> - Jul 1, 2013 "The Janesville Daily Gazette", Janesville, Wisconsin, Monday, July 20, 1964, p ?.
  EDGERTON - Henry Zanzinger, 73, Rte. 4, a lifelong resident of the Edgerton area and retired Highway Trailer employee, died unexpectedly in his home Sunday. The son of John and Emma Garbrecht Zanzinger he was born April 25, 1891, in Rock County. He attended the Six Corners School, served in World War I, and was married Sept. 22, 1920, to Lulu Becker in Edgerton. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Edgerton. Surviving are three sons: Donald, of Beloit, Edward, of Rockford, and Fredrick, of San Diego, Calif.; nine grandchildren; three sisters Mrs. Mary Lyke, Janesville; Mrs. Anna Plantikow, Milton, and Mrs. Della Koenigsmark, Rockford. He was preceded in death by a son, Elgin, in 1959; two brothers, John, of Rockford, and Otto, of Milton; and two sisters, Mrs. Tillie Hudson, Milton, and Mrs. Ida Klitzkie, Janesville. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Jones-Spear Funeral Home, the Rev Edward A. Doty officiating. Burial will be in Milton Cemetery.


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