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Re: Seeburger, 1880s
Posted by: Thorsten Buhl (ID *****4859) Date: July 27, 2003 at 11:23:57
In Reply to: Re: Seeburger, 1880s by Joe Hamelin of 1914

Dear Joe,

Just read your messages in this forum and I think I may help you further. I live in Renquishausen, a little village in the South of Germany and I am working on the history of the Renquishausen families since long. At the moment I am searching for emigrants to the United States and in my list there is Melchior Seeburger with his wife Getrud Mayer and his sons Fidel and Josef Anton (your ancestor). Melchior and Getrud had a daughter, too, who died in Renquishausen in 1870 aged 1 day. The family left our village in 1881 and went to Syracuse, where many emigrants from Germany, especially from our area, lived.

Seeburger is not a common name at all here in Renquishausen. Melchior was the only one. Unfortunately I do not know the identity of his dad, his mother Balbina RAGG was pregnant without being married. I can trace back the RAGG family here in Renquishausen for five generations until the year 1672 (it seems that we have some of the same ancestors...). Gertrud Mayer's family can be traced back five generations as well until approx. 1700 in Renquishausen. If you are interested in these families please let me know, I will prepare the family data for you.

Furthermore I have found the Seeburger data on www.ancestry.com - I guess provided by you.

Best regards from Germany,

Thorsten


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