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Albert J. Braun and Anna Fisher of Naples NY

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Photo of Albert J. Braun.

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Photo of Anna Fisher Braun.

The Family of Albert John Braun and Anna Fisher Braun

 

 

 

birth place

death place

Albert J. Braun

husband

1902 - 14 June 1982

Naples NY

Naples NY

Anna Fisher Braun

wife

13 August 1904 - 12 November 2000

Springwater NY

Naples NY

 

marriage

10 October 1931

 

 

Donald Braun

son

Unknown dates

Unknown place

Unknown place

Darryl Braun

son

Unknown dates

Unknown place

Unknown place

Gary A. Braun

son

1935 - 2014

Naples NY

Bonita Springs FL

Sally B. Braun

daughter

1936 - 2008

Naples NY

Mantua VA

 

 

 

 

The Parents of Albert J. Braun

John Braun and Frieda C. Rohlin Braun

The Parents of Anna Fisher Braun

George P. Fisher and Carrie B. Wheaton Fisher

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Braun Family Tree

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Rohlin Family Tree

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Fisher Family Tree

Wheaton Family Tree

The Braun - Fisher Wedding

From the Wayland Register, 22 October 1931

The wedding of Miss Anna Fisher, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher of Springwater, and Albert J. Braun, oldest son of Mrs. Minnie Braun, of Naples, took place at the home of the bride’s parents at noon Saturday, October 10th.

The ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. Holmes, pastor of the Springwater Methodist Episcopal church, under a large arch of flowers, autumn berries and leaves. The house was prettily decorated throughout with autumn flowers and foliage.

The bride’s aunt, Mrs. Carl Gross, of Naples, accompanied by Miss Lennolee Wright of Dansville, sang “O Promise Me.” The wedding march from Lohengrin was played by Mrs. Gross.

The first to enter, carrying baskets of fall flowers, were the two little flower girls, Dorothy Duffy, niece of the bride, and Shirley Gross, cousin of the bride. They were followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Sara Fisher, sister of the bride, who was gowned in brown transparent velvet and carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. Next came the bride, who wore a gown of purple transparent velvet and carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses and Gypsophelia.

The bride was met at the arch by the groom and his brother, William Braun, who was best man.

After the ceremony a luncheon as served to about fifty relatives and friends. Twelve were seated at the bride’s table which was decorated with tall tapers and flowers. While the guests were being seated, Miss Lennolee Wright, cousin of the bride, sang “At Dawning.”

Immediately after the luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Braun left for a short motor trip. In the near future they will be at home in the new house he has been building in Cohocton street, Naples.

Prenuptial events were parties and showers given by members of the faculty at Kenmore, where the bride is a teacher.

The Obituary of Albert J. Braun

1902 - 14 June 1982

From the Finger Lakes Times, 15 June 1982

Albert J. Braun, 80, a lifelong resident of Naples and father of Gary Braun of Geneva, died at his home yesterday.

There are no calling hours.

The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Naples Presbyterian Church with burial in Rose Ridge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to one’s favorite charity or the Naples Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund.

Mr. Braun was a member and former elder of the Naples Presbyterian Church and served for several years on the assessment board of the town of Naples. He was a builder and contractor for many years.

Surviving are his wife, Anna; three sons, Donald and Darryl of Naples and Gary of Geneva; one daughter, Mrs. Sally Ormsby of Fairfax, Va.; one brother, William of New Hartford, NY; two sisters, Mrs. Flora Rennoldson and Mrs. Fried Hodges, both of Naples; 10 grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

The Obituary of Anna Fisher Braun

13 August 1904 - 12 November 2000

From Family History

Anna was born at home at Springwater NY, the second child of George and Carrie Wheaton Fisher.

She married Albert Braun on 10 October 1931 at the home of Anna’s parents at Springwater NY. They settled and spent the remainder of their lives at Naples, NY. They had four children together. Donald, Gary, Sally and Darryl.

Anna graduated from Springwater High Schoo and Geneseo Normal School (now Geneseo State College) and became a teacher. In 1923 she was hired to teach at Wayland High School at Wayland, NY and also taught at other area schools during her career.

She remained keen of mind until passing at age 96.

The Burial of Albert J. Braun

Rose Ridge Cemetery Naples NY

The Burial of Anna Fisher Braun

Rose Ridge Cemetery Naples NY

Newspaper articles from FultonHistory.com

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