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Homrighausen Johann Georg [Male] b. 15 JUL 1762 Diedenshausen - d. 3 DEC 1825 Wunderthausen
Employed by Procter & Gamble as a chemical engineer. Attended Montgomery High School in Princeton, NJ. BS in Chemical Engineering from MIT (1992). Known as Skip. Episcopaleon.
Born at the Wunderthausen mill. Married the widow of the tenant at Seilers Haus.
Tenant in Hohmanns Haus, Wunderthausen.
Born in Schmeds Haus but became the tenant in Kellers, Wunderthausen. It is quite possible that the three other sons also came to America.
Born in Bormanns house in Wunderthausen, and became the tenant/owner. The second marriage ended in divorce, and the mother apparently went to America with Caroline.
Became the tenant in Schmeds house, Wunderthausen, through marriage.
Born in Bormanns Haus in Wunderthausen but became the tenant in Beitzels Haus through marriage. He was prepared to go to America in 1841 but changed his mind at that time. Legal correspondence says that he was by then living in neighboring Hallenberg. According to American family lore, he was killed in an accident at the age of 65. The year 1844 is a best guess given his November birthday.
Born in Unter der Leye, Wundehausen. Married into Linde. Known to be alive in 1678 when he served as a godparent.
School secretary in Big Sandy.
Born in and tenant in Weymers Haus, Wunderthausen.
Born in and tenant in Brückewaymars Haus in Wunderthausen.
Lived in Lipses Haus, Wingeshausen.
Born in Mannes Haus, became tenant in Brückewaymars Haus in Wunderthausen.
Lived in Lipses Haus, Wingeshausen; laborer.
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