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Re: A. W. Eisler
Posted by: Leslie Eloed (ID *****6644) Date: December 12, 2004 at 13:48:12
In Reply to: A. W. Eisler by Carolyn Whelchel of 9

Hello,

what is an EISLER Wagon supposed to be?


the earliest EISLER I know some data of in my family, is
HENRICH HENRIK EISLER from Hungary with possible Austro-background. He was
Born 1820,
Married 1842 and
Died 1893.
I have no information about any of his possible siblings.
Heinrich's spouse Katharina Katalin Maier, also an Austrian possibility by that name.

Their son, ARNOLD EISLER
Born 1845, Sept. 9 in Budapest,
Wife Julia Moskovitz Nagybecskerek
Born 1850
Married 1870,
Died 1908.
Arnold was one of 7 siblings.
This is the side of the family I come from, with Arnold beingh my great-grand-father. If you feel, there may be some common ground, I'd love to hear from you.

My name was changed from EISLER to ELO"D and then to ELOED

Many of the Eislers have a German, or rather an Austrian background, and some Eislers have emmigrated to various parts of the world.

Are you trying to track the naming of a wagon, or is this search-question part of your family-genealogy?

Regards,

Leslie (László) Eloed
California, USA


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