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Sebald Andreae 1890-1960 Bavaria to Salem Ohio
Posted by: Anna Busser (ID *****3367) Date: November 15, 2002 at 09:03:28
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Sebald Andreae

I am looking for information on the above named man, last heard from in an old peoples home in Salem, Ohio in the 50's.

This the information on him that we have so far:

He was born about 1890 in Germany in a town called Heidenheim am Hahnenkamm, Bavaria. His father was a "Präzeptor" (name for teacher) there. At some point he left Germany and went to America. One of his nieces also went to live in America and is still alive somewhere. He probably married but it is unknown if he had any children. He was a farmer. He died in about 1960. The rest of the family stayed in Germany in Heidenheim. His sister, with the same last name ( the german Andreae line) coincidentaly married an Andreae from the Swiss line who worked for the Swiss Railway. She had a daughter Pauline Andreae married a Mr Gerner who sold insurance for Alliance. Pauline in turn had a daughter Emilie Gerner who married a Mr Enz. Emilie had a son Wolfgang Enz, now 60 years old living in Nürnberg.

The end of the story is that I work with this Wolfgang Enz and he has asked me, as an American, to help him find his American relatives. Can anyone help me?

Thanks, Anna


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