Annabelle (Caulkin) Kroetch

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updated February 06, 2019
Annabelle (Caulkin) Kroetch was born into the Caulkin family and married into the Kroetch family. She married Hollis Frederick Kroetch on March 27, 1949 and they later divorced in 1965. They gave birth to Kristi Kay (Kroetch) Floyd, Wendy Lee "Brandi" Kroetch Rafferty, and Brent Kroetch.


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Annabelle (Caulkin) Kroetch & Hollis Frederick Kroetch

March 27, 1949 - 1965
Cause of Separation: Divorce
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Hollis Frederick Kroetch
Nov 21, 1925 - Jan 6, 1998
Dayton, OH



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Annabelle (Caulkin) Kroetch married Hollis Frederick Kroetch on March 27, 1949 and they later divorced in 1965. They gave birth to Kristi Kay (Kroetch) Floyd, Wendy Lee "Brandi" Kroetch Rafferty, and Brent Kroetch.
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Other Kroetches

Agatha Kroetch
Feb 5, 1890 - May 1971
Maryville, Missouri
Charlotte Kroetch
Jan 10, 1884 - Mar 15, 1967
Maryville, MO
Ralph B Kroetch
Jul 28, 1930 - Aug 1, 2003
Philip, SD
Fred Kroetch
Sep 18, 1885 - April 1967
Philip, South Dakota
Arthur A Kroetch
Aug 18, 1926 - Jul 3, 2007
Philip, South Dakota
Steven A Kroetch
Jul 15, 1951 - Jan 18, 2006
Philip, South Dakota
Bart Kroetch
Feb 13, 1962 - March 1981
Leo Jerry Kroetch
Jul 30, 1930 - Dec 28, 1983
James E Kroetch
Dec 5, 1932 - Apr 3, 2000
Helena, MT
Lucile Kroetch
Jul 14, 1896 - January 1964
Lawrence Kroetch
Mar 9, 1887 - July 1973
Spokane, Washington
Frances M Kroetch
Jan 5, 1915 - Jan 16, 1998
Spokane, WA
Joseph Kroetch
Aug 2, 1911 - May 1982
Cody, Wyoming
Olive J Kroetch
Feb 19, 1927 - Oct 29, 2003
Billings, MT
Joseph Kroetch
Feb 17, 1906 - January 1976
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Other Caulkins

Thomas Caulkin
around 1860 - May 27, 1905
Alfred Caulkin
around 1896 - May 6, 1916
David Howard Caulkin
around 1918 - Apr 30, 1945
Thomas Henry Caulkin
around 1921 - Jan 18, 1942

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