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Weidenmüller Heinrich [Male]
He was a barrel maker (Küfer) in Hachborn.
Born in Schwarze Haus, Wunderthausen, but assumed ownership of Beckers Haus by marriage.
Born in Schwarze house, married into Auf der Leye.
Died of consumption; was unmarried.
Her second husband was the younger brother of her late first husband. This kept the property (Beitzels Haus) in the family.
Lived in Beitzels Haus in Wunderthausen.
Resident in Franks Haus, Wunderthausen.
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Born in and tenant in Bormanns Haus, Wunderthausen.
Known as Annie.
Known as Willie.
He went to America and appears as Henry in the 1880 Census in Tuscarawas County, Ohio. These four children were named, but they probably had others.
As a young man, he helped his father in the Resistance.
Inherited the house Im Gründchen.
Born in and later tenant in Schmitte Haus, Diedenshausen.
Known as Butze.
Born in and became the tenant in Hanses Haus, Diedenshausen.
Born in the Diedenshausen mill.
The circumstantial evidence is strong that he was the George Beitzel of Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
Born in and inherited Hanses Haus in Diedenshausen.
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