ERWIN GEISENDOERFER - MARIA ANTONIA MORITZ
Antonia Geisendoerfer was to emigrate with her son Hans Wilhelm Geisendoerfer
from Bremen on the ship Berlin and arriving in New York on September 17, 1928.
Her mother Barbara Moritz having returned to Germany sometime earlier, was also
on the same ship. They were again listed as visting Henry Ziegler. Maria Antonia
Geissendoerfer's closest relative was her husband Erwin Geisendoerfer living at
Kaiserstrasse 9a, Durmersheim, Baden, Germany.
18.06.1900 Durmersheim, Baden, Germany. She
was the daughter of Wilhelm Moritz and Barbara Albinger.
1992 Buffalo, Erie, New York
- Mary A. (Moritz) August 26, 1992, wife of the late Erwin A.; mother of John W.
(Betty M.); grandmother of Allan, Linda Swan and Bruce Geisendorfer; also
survived by four great-grandchildren, aunt of Thea Brauch of Germany and Ray
Ziegler. Friends may call Friday only, 2-4 and 7-9pm, at McKendry-Dengler
Funeral Home Inc., 2450 Main Street, Buffalo, where funeral will be held
Saturday at 9:30am and from St. Vincent dePaul R.C. Church at 10 am. Friends
invited. Flowers gratefully declined.
about 1922 Durmersheim, Baden, Germany
October 1976 Buffalo, Erie, New York
- Irwin A. October 15, 1976; beloved husband of Mary A. Moritz Geisendorfer;
father of John W. Geisendorfer; also survived by three grandchildren; brother of
Marie Mueller and Anna Lautenschlager of Germany. Funeral service from the
Carlton A. Ullrich Funeral Home Inc., 3272 Bailey Avenue, Tuesday morning at 9
o'clock and at St. Vincent dePaul Church at 9:30 o'clock. Friends are invited.
The family will be present between 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Flowers gratefully declined.
Masses in Mr. Geisendorfer's memory to St. Vincent dePaul Church would be
appreciated. Calls may be made at the funeral home after 2 pm Sunday
(John) Wilhelm Geisendoerfer
Buffalo, New York
25.03.2008 Camillus, Onondaga, New York
84, of Camillus, died Tuesday at Van Duyn Home & Hospital. Born and raised
in Buffalo, she lived in Camillus since 1962. Betty was a member of St.
Michael's Lutheran Church and its choir. She was formerly employed by Prudential
in Buffalo and Witherill's in Camillus. Her
interests included bowling, gardening, playing cards, tennis and watching
competitive sports. Betty
was predeceased by her brother, Norman Guenther; and grandson, David
Geisendorfer. Surviving are her husband of 58 years, John W. Geisendorfer;
daughter, Linda (Mark) Swan of Lindley; sons, Allan (Ann) Geisendorfer of
Schenectady and Bruce (Laura) Geisendorfer of Copley, OH; sister, Shirley
(Robert) Felsman of Cheektowaga; six grandchildren; three nephews and one niece.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael's Lutheran Church, 5108 W.
Genesee St., Camillus.