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Etlin - 1 of 13 who returned from Russia
Posted by: PAM BYLCZYNSKI (ID *****3304) Date: February 07, 2005 at 19:06:18
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According to family records Marie Madeleine Etlin, daughter of Michel Etlin (a butcher in Sundhoffen) and Barbe Rusterholz, lived with her Etlin grandparents in Alsace after her parents death (she was born in 1806). Her Grandfather Etling was an officer in Napoleons army. He received a pension for the government. He was one of 13 of Napoleon's soldiers to return from Russia. Grandfather Etling was eight years a prisoner of war in England.

I haven't found a first name for her grandparents. Anyone have any ideas?


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