Charles Christian ( Karl ) Schartzberg

Born:Mar 31 1847 In:  Prussia
Died:Aug 19 1912 (at age 65)In:  Brantford, Ontario Canada
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Eliza Jane ( Alyssa ) Schartzberg (born McCumber)
His wife
Frederick Augustus Schartzberg
His son
Lucy Rozenith [Rose] Bright (born Schartzberg)
His daughter
George Livingston Schartzberg
His son
Annie Maud Newton (born Schartzberg)
His daughter
Lillie Louise Kennedy (born Schartzberg)
His daughter
Harold James ( adopted ) Schartzberg [Passmore], PVT.
His son
Frederick Schertzberg
His father
Louisa Schertzberg (born Schmidt)
His mother
Johanna Mary Sage (born Schertzberg)
His sister
Augustus Schertzberg
His brother
William Schertzberg
His brother
Dorothea Gretta Goetz (born Schertzberg)
His sister
Caroline Sage (born Schertzberg)
His sister
Draugott Schertzberg
His brother
Frederick Schertzberg
His brother
Ceainter Frederick Schertzberg
His brother
Gustave Eustace Schertzberg
His brother
Gunter Albert Schertzberg
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Date: Apr 8 2015
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ARTICLE From Brantford Newspaper===

Emery Wheel Causes Injury,

Mr. Charles Schertzberg of 82 Erie Avenue,and employee of the Masse Harris Co., sustained very servere abdominal and internal injuries by the bursting of an emery wheel while at work yesterday afternoon at about five o'clock.

Mr. Schertzberg was working in the mallable department grinding a casting when the wheel broke.

Dr. Gamble and the ambulance were summoned. The doctor also attended the injured man at the hospital last night at which time he was suffering considerably.

Dr. Gamble stated this morning that Mr. Schertzberg would likely recover providing complications did not develop.

Mr. Finch, assistant manager of the company stated this morning that the wheel was guarded. The rest upon which the casting is placed also some what stopped the particles of the wheel from flying off with full force. Upon inquiry at the hospital this morning it learned that the injured man's condition was slightly improved.

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