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  • Reiner Körner
    Apr 18, 2010
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      --- Dirk Knück <dirk@...> schrieb am So, 18.4.2010:


      Von: Dirk Knück <dirk@...>
      Betreff: Re: AW: [germanroots] Heisser
      An: germanroots@yahoogroups.com
      Datum: Sonntag, 18. April, 2010 00:13 Uhr


       



      Hallo Reiner !

      Nach den Napoleonischen Kriegen ging ein Teil der Pfalz an Bayern. Dieser TEil wurde Rheinkreis genannt.
      Am ehesten würde, meines Erachtens der Ort Birmstein passen.

      Gruss

      Dirk

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: hesborn2000@ yahoo.de
      To: germanroots@ yahoogroups. com
      Date: 17.04.2010 22:33:09
      Subject: AW: [germanroots] Heisser

      > Hallo Jan Plummer,
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      > i am a German, living in Germany. What is  "Reihnkreis Beiern Conton,Germany"
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      > Greatings
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      > Reiner
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      > --- JanKPlum@aol. com schrieb am Sa, 17.4.2010:
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      > Von: JanKPlum@aol. com
      > Betreff: [germanroots] Heisser
      > An: german-genealogy- l-request@ rootsweb. com, german-heraldry- l-request@ rootsweb. com, german-history- d-request@ rootsweb. com, german-medieval- d-request@ rootsweb. com, german-nobility- l-request@ rootsweb. com, germangenealogystar there-subscribe@ yahoogroups. com, germangenealogystar there@yahoogroup s.com, germanroots@ yahoogroups. com, germans-il-in- l-request@ rootsweb. com, germany-passenger- lists-l-request@ rootsweb. com
      > Datum: Samstag, 17. April, 2010 04:04 Uhr
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      > I am trying to find more information on my ancestors in Gernamy. I know
      > that my great great grandfather was Abraham Heisser. I migrated to the
      > United States in April, 1840. He was born in Reihnkreis Beiern Conton,Germany
      > on October 5, 1810. He died October 6, 1881. He married Helena Mader,
      > April 15, 1815 in the same place. His Father Johann Jacob Hausser (notice the
      > change in spelling) born in Dirnstein, Germany, March 26, 1776. He
      > married Maria Magdalena Keck February 7, 1802. She was born August 12, 1784.
      > in the same place.
      > Johann's parents were Rudolf Heusser (unsure if that spelling is e or
      > should be a), born in Dirnstein, Germany and Katharina Franziska Walther, born
      > in same place
      > Maria's parents were Thomas Keck, born 1746 Dirnstein , Germany and
      > Katharina Sauer
      > Helena's parents were Nickolaus Keck born April 11, 1778 and Michelina
      > Margarethe Nossel born September 25, 1778 It looks like Nikolaus's parents and
      > Maria's parents were the same which would make my great great grandparents
      > first cousins.
      > Michelina's parents were Kasper Nossel, born 1745 and Maris Margarethe
      > BackmannThey were all born in Dirnstein.
      > I would like to know anything about them I could like occupations, church
      > affiliation, military involvement, and any information available on the
      > process and decision to migrate to the United States. I would also like to
      > verify the geneology information as some of the same first and middle names
      > are showing up for different people.
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      > Thank you so much,
      > Jan Plummer
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