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Re: Kiel Family, Hanover -> TX
Posted by: Autumn Barker Date: January 05, 2001 at 18:05:15
In Reply to: Re: Kiel Family, Hanover -> TX by Rick Krause of 198

Hello,
I know that you only mention Broesche a few times in your postings, but that is the family that I am researching. I am directly related to most of the people in the Regburg Cemetary through my father's side; in fact my family helped build the original Rehburg Church. All of the Broesches in the cemetary are probably my reletives, yet I had no knowledge of any Kiels in the family. I think it would be fascinating to find out about that. If we could figure out if the two families are married to each other, it would be neat. coincidentally, my cousin James found out that "Broesche" comes from Alsace-Lorraine while he was on a trip to Germany. My mother's maiden name is Brasher, which is also from that region, assumedly from a period of French rule. If you would like, you can email me at plagosa@hotmail.com and we can see if the two families are related.
Thanks,
Autumn Barker


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