OS9035 - Robert Fizzell

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Robert Fizzell


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Robert Fizzell (September 17, 1858 - August 4, 1933) in his blacksmith shop in Illinois. The son of Tobias and Maria Fizzell, he moved there from West Gwillimbury with his brother James A. Fizzell and stepbrother William Leisster and set up first a blacksmith shop, then a large hardware and appliance store. He married Anna Burdett Miller (died May 11, 1900) and they had six children.

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