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Re: Ochsner/German or Swiss?
Posted by: Cleon Ochsner (ID *****0342) Date: December 01, 2004 at 10:12:23
In Reply to: Re: Ochsner/German or Swiss? by Laurie Black of 141

Ted Wenzlaff did extensive research on the Ochsners and was able to trace them to a Felix Ochsner of Witikon near Zurich in the year 1525. In 1669 a descendant, Jacob "Jagli" emigrated to Edenkoben in the Palatinate of Germany. Probably a result of the Reformation. If you would like more info on this migration please contact me at Cleon F. Ochsner 2138 Summerset Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80920 or my email

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