Bruce and Sheila Craig
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Bruce's Family          |||           Sheila's Family
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Wright Ben Krotzer | Emma (Amanda?) Brothers | Roland Wright Krotzer
Leslie Alonzo Krotzer | Lois Melvina Krotzer Camp Craig | Paul James Krotzer Gould
Unidentified Krotzer Baby | Walter Krotzer | James Edward Brothers | Ed or Edd Brothers
Nillie Mills | Ida Brothers White | Spence Brothers | Charles Brothers
Archie and Lois Craig family photo

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And so it is here. If anyone has verifiable information pertinent to this site,
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Krotzer Tree
Roland Wright Krotzer

Roland Wright Krotzer, born Jan 30, 1896, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, died Dec. 1930, probably in Montana. We know little about him; the story is he was in Europe during WWI and was one of the many who was a victim of the chemical gassing. Supposedly settled in Montana after the war, and died as a result of poor health from the gassing.

Photo is enlarged from the group photo below. The blue circle was added to the photo by Lois Krotzer, his sister and my mother. I have never seen any other photograph of him.

Roland Wright Krotzer 01

Krotzers at Spokane Childrens Home
Photo taken at Spokane (Washington) Childrens Home, 1907.
Roland Wright Krotzer at far left, indicated by "0".

Back to the Site Index | Craig Descendants Tree
Bruce's Family          |||           Sheila's Family
Craig Tree | Krotzer Tree ||| Jonahs Tree | Prakasam Tree

Wright Ben Krotzer | Emma (Amanda?) Brothers | Roland Wright Krotzer
Leslie Alonzo Krotzer | Lois Melvina Krotzer Camp Craig | Paul James Krotzer Gould
Unidentified Krotzer Baby | Walter Krotzer | James Edward Brothers | Ed or Edd Brothers
Nillie Mills | Ida Brothers White | Spence Brothers | Charles Brothers
Archie and Lois Craig family photo

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