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Re: Wildongers of Bucks Co
Posted by: Karen Rodenbach Rex Date: November 15, 2000 at 14:27:11
In Reply to: Re: Wildongers of Bucks Co by Thera of 2283

Here is what I can find on Catherine Wildanger married Abraham Rodenbach:

Catherine b. 31 Aug 1784, baptized 3 Oct 1784 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Springfield, Bucks Co., PA. Sponsors were John Bopp and Catherine. Catherine confirmed 3 Apr 1800 (age given as 13?) at Lower Saucon Church, Northampton Co by John Henry Hoffmeier.

I have searched my father's material and can find no couple John and Elizabeth (DeHaven)Rodenbach but you certainly have me intrigued. Can you expound at all on this couple with any dates or records, etc.?

My father's work shows that Abraham married Catherine Wildanger is the son of Jacob b. 20 Aug 1752 (no record, date is figured from his accidental death record, probably born Bucks Co) Rodenbach and Maria UNKNOWN. Jacob b. 1752 has a probable brother John, nothing much known about him. Could he have married Elizabeth DeHaven? Also Abraham b. 1783 has a brother John and my father's work shows him first married to Elizabeth Eshleman, and second to Elizabeth Knoble.

If you would like to email me direct, please feel free.

My father has never been able to prove an earlier ancestor than Jacob b. 1752. He has had many thoughts and ideas, but nothing concrete.

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