Descendants of Durs Schaeublin

Source Citations

Thomas Summers

1Wagner, Judy Shively, A History of the Christian Shively Family: a geneology of the descendants of Christian Shively (1718-1773) of Oberdorf, Switzerland, later of Lancaster & York counties, Pennsylvania...including compilations of Arthur B. Black, H. K. Curtis, et al., LC call # CS71.S5576, LCCN: 88-153288 (Mifflinburg, PA: 1987), pg. 293.

2Personal Research of Valerie Bearley.

6683. Lorene Anna Pitzer

1Arthur Geiger Black, comp., Descendants of Christian Shively of Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co. and later York Twp., York Co., Penna. (Kansas City, MO: Arthur G. Black 1941), pg. 184, Daughters of the American Revolution Library, LC microfilm: 86/5260. Photocopy in possession of MDGeorgeson.

2Personal Research of Phillip H. Pitzer. "Lorene Anna Pitzer was born October 11, 1920, at Cordell, Oklahoma. she was the first child and daughter of James Paul Pitzer and Bessie Ann (Hill) Pitzer. She married Glen Williams Lewis on May 20, 1940. Glen was born July 11, 1916 at Iola, Kansas. Glen and Lorene have spent their entire married life near Coffeyville, Kansas. Glen worked thirty-six years for the Co-op Refinery in Coffeyville. He started out as a pumper and later was promoted to Supervisor over Wax Filtering and Wax Caking. He retired in 1978. While their five children were in 4-H Glen and Lorene were 4-H leaders for sixteen years. Lorene also helped in judging at many 4-H Fairs. Both were Community Leaders as well as Project Leaders. Lorene taught sewing and Glen taught woodworking. Since retirement they have done a lot of traveling and campimg, having had several different camping rigs. They have been Field Directors for National Campers Association for sixteen years. They've also worked at church camps for a week at a time for several summers. Glen has taken some classes in whittling and wood carving since he retired and does quite well in making wood carvings. He has always loved to whittle. Glen and Lorene bought forty acres just southwest of the the city of Coffeyville, just after Glen returned from the serving in the Army during the Second World War. On this forty acres Glen and Lorene built a large home and seveal out buildings. The forty acres is beautifully arranged with hills, streams, a pond Glen built. There is large pecan trees, from which they have been able to pay their property taxes some years from the proceeds from pecans sold.

The following from Hutchinson News Paper, March 08, 1997:
COFFEYVILLE - Lorene Anna Lewis, 76, died March 05, 1997, at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center. She was born OCT 11 1920, at Cordell, Okalhoma, the daughter of James Paul and Bessie Ann Hill Pitzer. A 1939 gradute of Hutchinson High School, formerly of Coffeyville and Wann, Oklahoma. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church and Keystone Sunday class, a former 4-H leader, 50-year member of the Loyal Workers Home Demonstration Unit, field director for National Campers and Hikers for 21 years, and a member of Family Campers & RVs and Good Sam Camping Club.
On July 20, 1940 she married Glen W. Lewis at Hutchinson, Kansas. He survives. Other survivors include: three sons, Jim, Coffeyville, Don Neodesha, and Gerald of Gilbert, Ariz.; two daughters, Phyllis Beeson, and Judy Pool, both of Coffeyville; four brothers, Jim and Clarence Pitzer both of Hutchinson,Kansas, Phillip Pitzer, Maize, Kansas and Kenneth Pitzer, of California; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister Pearl Grant, and a brother John Pitzer. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the First United Methodist Church in Coffeyville. Friends may call today from 9 a.m. to service time at the church. The family will be meeting at 3215 West 8th St. in Coffeyville. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Park in Coffeyville. Memorials may be sent to the American Diabetes Association in care of Ford-Wulf-Burns Funeral Service in Coffeyville.

Following from Coffeyville, KS., news paper, July 14, 1980
Mr. and Mrs. Glen WllIiam Lewis of Route 1 will be honored on their. 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, July 20, with an open house at First United Methodist Church.
Hosts for the reception, scheduled between 2-4 p.m. in the church parlor, will be their five children, Mrs. John (Phyllis) Beeson, James Lewis and Mrs. Clark (Judith) Poole, all of Coffeyville; Donald Lewis of Neodesha; and Gerald Lewis of Chanute. Also assisting will be the couple's six grand­children. The honorees request the omission of gifts. .
Glen Lewis and Lorene Anna Pitzer were married July 20, 1940, by a Justice of the Peace in Hutchinson, Kan. They have spent the past 35 years at their present home southwest of Coffeyville.
Lewis attended Coffeyville schools and was employed by Ludowici-Celadon Co. here until 1941 when he went to work for National Refining Co., later CRA; Inc. Except for six months in the United States Army in 1943, he worked for CRA 36 years, retiring in 1978 as supervisor of the wax caking department.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are avid campers and are members of National Campers and Hikers Association, the local Chief Black Dog Campers and are presently serving as field directors for four NCHA Chapters, the Kanoliners of Caney, Baxter Springs Miners, The Coffey Kans and Chief Black Dog of Coffeyville.
They served as leaders of the Bob White 4-H Club in the James Community 17 years and Mrs. Lewis is a long-time member of Loyal Workers Extension Homemakers Unit. Both are members of First Methodist Church.
Lewis' hobbies are fishing, camping, hunting and whittling. Hers are sewing, crafts and camping.

Noted events in her life: lived: R.F.D.#1 Coffeyville, Kansas. Lorene married Glen William Lewis, son of Jesse H. Lewis and Hattie May Balner."

3Find-A-Grave, [online database]. "Restlawn Memorial Park Cem., Coffeyville, Montgomery Co., Kansas."

6793. Ruth Marie Grove

1Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, Volume 4, Tree #304. Date of Import: 10 Mar 2002.

Pearl Donald Bigham

1Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, Volume 4, Tree #304. Date of Import: 10 Mar 2002.

6794. Purl Fredrick Grove

1Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, Volume 4, Tree #304. Date of Import: 10 Mar 2002.