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Posted by: Marge Rosenberger (ID *****4007) Date: December 06, 2002 at 01:14:21
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I recently discoverd a ggg grandmother buried in Brinkhaven Cemetery. Does anyone know an address to write to for this cemetery? would like to find exactly where she was buried and who is near her as I have no idea what her maiden name was. Isabella Rosenberger was born in 1795 in Ohio and died in 1874. She married John Rosenberger (from Bavaria) probably in 1842 - they resided with his mother on the family farm in Richland twp near the Engelhardt farms. Would really like to find out more about this lady. Their oldes child was Susan born 1843 mr gg grandfather Henry Nicholas in 1844 November - margaret in 1846 and John in 1847. No idea what happened to Susan -- Henry fought in the civil war and later moved to MO where he married and had 8 children including Henry Rosenberger - my grandfather --Margaret married George Engelhardt from a neighboring farm, but died young -- john appears to have remained single and lived in the area until 1900. No idea where John, Margaret or Nicholas are buried. Any info will be most appreciated Thanks marge in washington state


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