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My great-grandmother Lizzie, born 28 June 1872, was christened at Trinity Lutheran Church in Detroit, Michigan on 11 August 1872.
Her father, Joseph Meier Schulte, had left the Catholic church to marry her mother, Alvina Tobien. Lizzie was raised Lutheran, but she joined the Catholic church when she married Felix Hauer, who was Catholic. (Source: Evelyn Hauer)
"The minister at the time of the Schulte and Feucht baptisms was Rev. J.A. Huegli and then he was followed first by Pastor H.C.F. Otte and then later by Pastor Otte's son, another Pastor Otte (Gilbert). Pastor Gilbert Otte had a great love for genealogy and he allowed the Mormon church to come in and microfilm all the vital records going back to the 1850’s." (Source: Cheryl Schulte)
This baptism certificate appears to have been signed by Pastor Gilbert T. Otte, who served from 1927 until 1981. Thus it would have been created late in Lizzie's life, or possibly after her death. Her daughter Evelyn seemed to have an interest in genealogy, so perhaps it was she who had the document made. I can think of no explanation for the misspelling, Otto rather than Otte, on the certificate.
The certificate is in rather poor condition.