|Name||Norbert J. WILTZ|
|Born||Dec 1867||New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana|
|Census||1870||3rd Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Census||1900||1707 Valance St., 13th Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Obituary||Note, Times-Picayune, 21 Oct. 1924, p11, under "Deaths":|
Norbert J. Wiltz, Charity Hospital, 54.
Memorial, Times-Picayune, 18 Oct. 1925, p2:
In Loving memory of
Our Dear Father and Father-in-Law
Norbert Joseph Wiltz
Died October 18, 1924
'Tis one year since you left us
And your smile we see no more.
Our hearts are filled with sadness,
For no one can heal the sore.
Sadly missed by Daughter and Son-in-Law
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Liuzza (née Bernadette Wiltz).
Memorial, Times-Picayune, 17 Oct. 1926, p2:
In memory of our Father
Norbert J. Wiltz
Died October 18, 1924
Papa you are gone but not forgotten. In St. Patrick cemetery No. 1 softly sleeping while flowers gently wave. We often sit and think of you, dear papa, when we are alone.
Sadly missed by your two sons.
Anthony J. Wiltz, Joseph E. Wiltz.
|Died||18 Oct 1924|
|Buried||St. Patrick's Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Louisiana |
|Person ID||I14197||Lansdales and Pitards|
|Last Modified||10 Oct 2014|
|Father||Alcine Conrad WILTZ, b. 29 Mar 1832, Louisiana , d. 10 Oct 1874, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age 42 years)|
|Mother||Josephine Antoinette PITARD, b. 19 Nov 1833, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana , d. 21 May 1918, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age 84 years)|
|Married||9 Mar 1853||Annunciation Church, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana [2, 3, 4]|
|Family ID||F124||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Wife||Elizabeth HARRISON, b. Jul 1875, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana , d. 29 Apr 1953, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age ~ 77 years)|
|Married||19 Sep 1892||St. Joseph's Church, 1802 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana [5, 6]|
|Family ID||F9823||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Pin Legend||: Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set|
|Documents||1870 census, Alcine & Josephine Wiltz|
The writing here is confusing, since the "0" is made with two strokes, and the writer uses an elaborate capital "L." "Elcini" should be Alcine.