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Re: Adam and Michael Loncer/Lanzer of Bavaria> 1840's Ohio
Posted by: Paul Hart (ID *****9262) Date: July 02, 2012 at 02:53:16
In Reply to: Re: Adam and Michael Loncer/Lanzer of Bavaria> 1840's Ohio by Marilyn McGuire of 33

Certainly!

First, let me back up a little. Last time we talked, I said the family came from Bistershied. Well we found Lanzers in that town, but not mine.

We then looked at the town of Dörrmoschel. My wife actually found the first record with Valentin Lanzer (1810 - ?) & Carolina Stolz's (1814 – 1876) marriage record.

From that, we have Valentin's parents Friederich & Marie.

Marie immigrates to America with Valentin.

However, I found Friederich's death cert after that and it lists Urbanus Lanzer (1733 – 1819) as his father.

I then found Urbanus' death cert, but it does not have his parents listed.

I found a record (on LDS) of an Urbanus in Reipoltskirchen and I am going to see if they are the same.

Therefore, here is the info that I have:

Urbanus Lanzer (grandfather)
Birth abt 1733 in Germany
Death 2 Dec 1819 in Dörrmoschel

Anna Gertrudis Edelmann (grandmother)
Birth in Germany
Death 8 Mar 1812 in Dörrmoschel

Friederich Lanzer (father)
Birth abt 1771 in Germany
Death 17 Dec 1850 in Dörrmoschel

Marie Margaretha Thorn (mother)
Birth abt 1789 in Germany
Death in Ohio


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