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Eisenhauer, Maargaret b 1805 m Anton Haupt .1800 Baden area Germany US 1834
Posted by: Susan Mellups (ID *****7804) Date: January 25, 2007 at 07:46:56
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I am searching for the German origins of Margaret Eisenhauer who arrived in Baltimore on the Theodor Korner from Bremen in July, 1834.
She was married at the time to Anton Haupt and they had with them two young children, Anton and Margaret Haupt.

They lived in Frederick, Md. and Anton was a shoemaker. Much of their history is in St. John's Catholic Church in Frederick, where they are buried.

Census states that Anton was born in Germany...Baden...and Bayern/Bavaria, depending on the year of the census. Margaret's birth is recorded as ...Germany...Bayern...

Any help to share info is appreciated: family lore says they were from Baden Baden, Germany.

Children of family (in case you need it)
Margaret b. 1830 m. John Phillips
Anna b. about 1843
Michael b. about 1845
John b. about 1841
There is a death of John Haupt listed in the church records in 1857 but he is listed with the family in the 1860 census as being 18 years old.
Ref: Ships to Baltimore
Census 1860 M653 Roll 475p Anton, 60 Margaret, 55, John 18

St. John's Catholic Church, Second St. Frederick: baptism of John Haupt Nov 12, 1841 Godparent: Wickless

Danke! Merci! Susan Ewing Mellups


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