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Peggy, There could actually be a connection. You indicated your Margaret married Henry Schnelbach.I recognized this name from my own research, so I checked my source docs. Henry Schnelbach evidently was a friend of my Gggrandfather, Andrew Schaub, and his brother, Charles (nee Sebastian) Schaub, both of whom married Heyls. In fact, Henry Schnelbach shows up on Baptismal records as the Godfather of Henry Schaub, son of Charles Schaub and Caroline Heyl Schaub. He also was on the Board of Trustees of St. Peter and Paul's Church in East Liberty, a part of Pittsburgh, along with my Gggrandfather in the late 1800's. Although these facts don't confirm a relationship, I think they point to the possibility of one. Do you know anything more about siblings or the parents of Margaret? Steve