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About  Stephen Zimmerman Family
This is a story of an average American Family from 1854-2018. I have been working  on our Family Tree since 1996 before that my cousins Grace Lynch Gulick and Judy  Zimmerman Wurm were collecting birthdays etc. They passed the information on to me on  Xerox paper. 
  I have so much information I have collected in the past few years I decided to put  all the material together for a book "Z is for Zimmerman" for future generations.  Please check it out on our website. 
   I want everyone to know the history of our family and the region where their  grandparents settled in coming to America. I will be adding more information as  Wilcox celebrated their Sesquicentennial anniversay this year, 1858 - 2008.   My grandfather Stephen Zimmerman came to America with his parents in 1881 from  Austria through Canada when he was 2 years old.  He was an only child.  His parents  purchased 114 acres in Wilcox, PA.  Coming into the United States via Canada is why  they settled in that region in Northwest PA.   Prior to WW1 Austria-Hungary was 1 country.  After WW1 the countries split up. I believe our relatives came to the US prior to WW1 therefore  the nationality would be Austria-Hungary.
   At 16, my grandmother, Sophie Feikles, came to America with her parents, brothers  and sisters from Czechoslovakia.  She was to marry Stephen, as it was an arranged  marriage. Somehow their parents knew each other from the old country.    She was 17 and he was 21 when they married in 1901 in Rasselas, PA.  They were  married 62 years when my grandmother died in 1963 at the age of 79.  My grandfather  died in 1968 at the age of 88.
 This is the story of the family they raised together. 
 	Come meet our family.........
 Patricia Farawell Enyedy

FYI.  Check out family members for written essays of their life. History of Wilcox below at jonestownship.com under stories. Z is for Zimmerman has info on Wilcox early days.
penyedy@yahoo.com PLEASE CHECK ADDIITIONS TO MAKE SURE IT IS CORRECT. Happy 90th Birthday Grace Lynch Gulick.
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