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Homrighausen Anna Elisabeth [Female] b. 8 NOV 1775 Wunderthausen - d. 6 OCT 1825 Wunderthausen
She petitioned the Count in 1796 to be allowed to leave for America. While I have found no trace of her, the Wunderthäuser believe that she emigrated. Nevertheless she died in Wunderthausen. At least some others are known to have gone to America but eventually returned.
He worked as a butcher in Leidenhofen.
Born in and later owner of Haasebergers Haus in Wunderthausen.
She was known as Metzgersch Dora, and "Metzgersch" was their village name.
Lived in Franks Haus, Wundethausen.
Born and lived in Försters house, Wunderthausen.
The name is spelled Peek in many records both in the US and Germany. Neither version is probably more "correct" than the other, but in either case the pronunciation in the original German would be the same: rhymes with "cake."
Born in and lived in Försters house, Wunderthausen.
The family moved to Posen in 1910. Evidently some or all of Georg Ludwig's siblings went as well.
It is not certain that he is the George Spies who lived in America.
She was born in the house known as Schäferkrafts-Spieses in Richstein. The couple apparently lived in Richstein following their marriage.
Became the tenant in Schreiners house, Diedenshausen.
Known only from a marriage record. He was a carpenter.
Known as Träsjes Baalzer.
Spelled Gaerthe or Gärthe in other sources. Known as Katherine.
Christened in Berleburg November 18, 1666. Her parents may or may not have lived in Berleburg itself.
Tenant in Pauls Haus, Elsoff, but born in Schmieds. Moved to Beddelhausen between 1813-1833.The family came to Baltmore in 1833-1834 but the ships' names are not known. Bought land in Crawford County, Ohio. He and his wife are absent from the 1850 Census so it is probable that they were deceased by then and buried in the private cemetery on Christian Gerhardt's farm.
Title: Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
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Title: Illinois, Compiled Marriages, 1851-1900
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Shot and killed in an altercation by Henry Alter. The latter was convicted and hung on December 28, 1860 in Waterloo, IL.
Born in Schusters house.
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