Thanks to Mary Ann Metz (email@example.com) for this information
Edwin Markle Stuckert was born May 12 1897.
He is listed on the 1900 Census for Pennsylvania, ward 26, Jane Street, (Birmingham/ Southside) with his father Edwin W. Stuckert and mother, Bessie M. Griffiths, and a brother William.
The 1910 census states Edwin M. is living with his parents Edwin W. and Bessie, sisters Cora A., and Henriette and brother Henry F. They are living on St. Clair Street, Upper St. Clair Township., Bridgeville Borough. The census states Bessie has 6 children and only 4 alive.
Edwin served in the Army September 3 1918 to December 23 1918 according to his veterans’s burial card. There is also a draft card.
The West Virginia marriage index-1785-1973, listed Edwin Markle married Ethel I. McMillen (sp) (Ethel A. McMillan) 1919, with the word Ohio attached to it. Maybe the license was from West Virginia and the marriage actually took place in Ohio?
The 1920 census states Edwin is living with his wife Ethel, forth ward of the city of Pittsburgh. Edwin’s occupation is listed as auditor for a fish company.
The city directory of Pittsburgh for 1924 has Edwin living in Ingram. His occupation is bookkeeper. 50 Sampson Avenue.
The 1930 census states Edwin is living with his wife Ethel and his father-in-law, Andrew McMillan, (also buried in St Clair Cemetery). Andrew is 77 years old and widowed. Edwin owns his house and has a radio.
The 1940 census states they are still in the same house on Sampson Avenue, as in 1935. (And 1920). Edwin died June 10 1968 and is buried in the McMillan plot of St. Clair Cemetery with his wife Ethel.
Edwin’s grandfather, is Christian Stuckert Jr. (1840-1912) and grandmother is Mary A.
Edwin’s GG grandfather is Christian Stuckert (1804) and his GG grandmother is Christina (maybe Hoak)