File 14b - Schneider, Norman C. and Ethel : 60th wedding anniversary

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Schneider, Norman C. and Ethel : 60th wedding anniversary

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  • 1985 (Creation)
    Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

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Elizabeth II (born April 21, 1926) is the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as well as the longest reigning British monarch. She is the eldest daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Elizabeth II became ascended the British throne on February 6, 1952. She is known for modernizing the role of the monarchy in contemporary times such as accepting divorces of royal family members and using television to share royal domestic life with the public.

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The Schneider family were white settlers of what is now Kitchener, Ontario. Members of the family are the descendants of Johann Christoph Schneider, who was born in Germany, in Unteröwisheim, Baden, on August 27, 1831. His father, a farmer, was also Johann Christoph Schneider; his mother was Margarethe Elizabeth Zoller. He left Germany in 1847 when he was sixteen years old and settled in Berlin, Ontario, where a substantial German settlement already existed. He worked as a carpenter and later as a mechanic, and by 1858 was a building contractor. He married Anna Elizabeth Metz on April 26, 1857. They had seven children, of whom John Metz Schneider, founder of the meat packing firm later known as the Schneider Corp., was the first. Johann Christoph died in December 20, 1900. He, along with his descendants, played active roles in business, politics, and the cultural and social life of what is today the Region of Waterloo.

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Telegram from Queen Elizabeth in honour of Norman C. and Ethel Schneider's 60th wedding anniversary.

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Original description: Photo Album:; belonging to Norm (1930s era): ski trips, 76 Schneider Ave., bridges, big boats, ski jump competition, Norm with his three children, Norm and Fred holding a JMS executive social, Church of the Good Shepherd, riding ponies at JMS stock farm; a wedding couple in horse-drawn sleigh holding sign "Schneiders for Quality", 3 photos of King St. Berlin Ontario in 1880s showing dirt roads and wooden sidewalks.

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HJS 98:01 :17

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