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Re: Earnest Fredrick Muenchau - Germany
Posted by: Chris Jankowski Date: July 11, 2000 at 21:29:22
In Reply to: Re: Earnest Fredrick Muenchau - Germany by chuck of 13

Chuck -- We are in Wisconsin, and my grandfather was a Muenchow, pronounced Min - cho, although I recall him saying something about it being pronounced Moon - chow at one time. We have little background info. His father was William (1878 - 1949), his mother Augusta (1882--1961). In the family plot, there is also a Bertha (1857 -- 1913) and Minna (1867 -- 1912). He has/had a brother, Lester, last known to be in Florida. We think Lester's son was in Pa. If these pieces fit anywhere, I would be very interested.
Chris Jankowksi

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