My Odd Fellow Kindred Evicted From Graves

The Stuttmeisters may have built some of the Pankow in Berlin. There was a amusement park called ‘Flora’. William built forty homes in the Fruitvale of Oaklalnd and bought two tracts in Lagunatias. There is a Laguna street, and Berlin Way. https://rosamondpress.com/2013/08/07/viola-duncan-of-fruit-vale/

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odd-fellows-mottoAt great expense to himself, my great-grandfather, William Suttmeister, moved the bodies of his wife and kindred from the Laurel Hill cemetery in San Francisco to a tomb in Colma where I brought my daughter and grandson so they can own their heritage. These bodies were evicted from their graves. Many tombstones were used to make a sea wall.

My daughter came into my life for the first time when she was sixteen. When she bonded with Bill Cornwell, she forsake her father, she choosing to believe I was a “parasite” because Mr. Cornwell wanted to believe I was a “parasite” so he could take my grandson from me. Mr. Cornwell was jealous of my ancestry, and at forty had failed to sire children. Cornwell did not want my daughter to serve as my Trustee and bid her to ignore my calls. Cornwell refused to respond to his cripple mother’s…

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