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Family of Carl Leo WILBERSHEID AKA WILBER and Grace B VEAZIE
Carl Leo WILBERSHEID AKA WILBER b. 1886~1523 at Ohio1523. d. 1957 Feb 165294 at Detroit, MI5294.
Grace B VEAZIE b. 1876 Mar2876 at Michigan5293. d. 1959 Aug 135293 at (prob) Detroit, MI.
Married1523 1912 Feb 141523 at Detroit, MI1523.
Grace and Charles were married by Walter R Shanon (or Sharron), priest. Witnesses: Bruce Thistlewaite and Pearl Rhodes.
Carl (in 1900) Charlie (in 1910) Wilbersheid resided2161 312 with his parents in Cleveland, OH, in 1900 and 1910. His birthdate, listed2161 in 1900, was April, 1888. In 1910, his occupation was diesinker.
At the time of his 1912 marriage1523 to Grace Veazie, Charles was a die sinker in Detroit.
It appears that, sometime after 1917, Carl began using the surname "Wilber." His 1917 World War I draft registration lists "Carl Leo Wilbersheid," age 29, born Apr 5, 1888, in Cleveland, OH; residence: 6801 Penn (St), Pittsburgh; occupation: gen'l foreman drop forge dept, Union Switch & Signal Co., Swissvale, Pa. In 1920, Carl L Wilber, age 31, was a superintendent for a drop forge company. His spouse is listed as Grayce M, age 42, born Michigan.
Carl L Wilber died5294 5295 Sat, Feb 16, 1957. He was a native of Cleveland, OH, and a Detroit resident for 42 years. Previously a manager of the Forge Division of Timken-Detroit Axle, he retired in 1953 after 30 years with the company.
In 1910, Grace resided4428 in the household of her sister Blanch's husband Alvah Smith. "Mrs Carl Wilber" is mentioned5291 (1943) as a surviving sister of Blanche (Veazie) Smith.
The 1959 obituary5293 for Grayce (Veazie) Wilber, widow of Carl L Wilber, mentions surviving nieces Mrs Herbert Moore and Mrs Channing Hitchcock; nephews Gordon W and Warren J Stanton; grand-nephews and -nieces Robert C Martin(sic, Mastin), Gordon B Stanton, and Mrs William Essad.