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Karolyn Wunsch: Little Known Oldest Herr Child

 

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Located on M-21(E Fulton St) halfway between Lowell and Ada Mich on the south side. Only about 30 stones total in the cemetery. Wunsch stone is the big one in the center above the sign.

A large portion of our Herr Family is not familiar with the story of  Fidel’s oldest daughter, Karolyn, about whom I’ve been corresponding with some of our newly found cousins and her descendants the past few years. . 

Recently, cousin Gerald Wisner sent me a photo of Karolyn’s tombstone in Rolfe Cemetery, Ada, Kent County, Michigan and told me the old Wunsch farmhouse is still standing proud and in good shape  down the road from the old cemetery, where they were buried.  

I’ve also learned much about the Wunsch Family in correspondence with cousin Donna Rogers, and Phil and Marge, who have  published an informative “Wunsch Descendants.,”  web page. 

The second of eleven children born to Fidel Herr and his first wife Maria Anna Schmidt and the first of only four by that couple to live beyond infancy, Karolyn Herr was born December 16, 1803 in Achern, Germany..

Her father Fidel arranged a marriage contract for her with Anton Wunsch, the son of Joseph Wunsch and Margaretha Ullrich, and a potter from nearby Oberdorf near Kuppenheim, on April 24, 1823.   

The happy couple made Fidel a proud grandfather in rapid succession with the births of Appolonia (1824), Sebastian (1827), Agnes (1829) Karl (1830) and Genovefa (1832).  

However, they disappointed old Fidel, when they stayed back in Oberndorf, rather than sail on the General Hamilton with him, his new wife, Maria Anna Hauser, and her brother and sisters, Jane, Fidel, Maria Theresa, Marianna, and Maria Theresa on a six -week voyage to the New World in the Fall, 1831.  

Anton and Karolyn attended the funeral and were at the reading of the will of Karolyn’s maternal grandmother, Johanna Burger in Achern in March, 1832.

I think the silver legacy the couple received from Grandma Burger and father Fidel’s encouraging letters from America finally  influenced them to cross the Atlantic Ocean to join the rest of the Herr Family, sometime between the birth of their daughter, Genovefa on January 3, 1832 in Oberndorf and John Anthony Wunsch in Plymouth, Wayne Country, Michigan on October 10, 1837 (I have not found a passenger record yet for them).

They lived in Plymouth, Wayne County, Michigan until they bought a 40-acre farm in Ada, Kent, County, Michigan on June 17, 1850.

The family, which  is listed in the Ada, Kent County, Michigan Federal Census records for 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, and 1900., grew by leaps and bounds to ten children with the Michigan births of Charles, John Anthony on October 10, 1837, Barbara on March 15, 1839, and Mary in 1843.     

All of the children married, Sebastien to Martha Champlain, Agnes to Thomas Barr, Genovefa to Adam Umlor, Charles to Ida A. Haight, John Anthony to Anna Peplow, and Barbara to Mathias Snyder.

Karolyn died on July 30, 1876 and Anton 4 years later on January 31, 1880 on the old farm in Ada, Kent County, Michigan 

Much of the family and descendants have stayed and still live in the Grand Rapids and Grand Traverse Michigan areas today  not too far from the old Wunsch family homestead, where their American Dream all started.

Joseph Herr (1834 – 1917) – Obituary – Plymouth Gazette – 1917

Our cousin Nancy Harper Fullerton  was nice enough to send us Joseph Herr’s obituary shown below, which was published in the Plymouth Mail in 1917.

Born in Nankin Township in March, 1834, Joseph Herr was the youngest son of the original Michigan Herr emigrant, Fidelius Herr and his only son to be born in America. 

He never married, choosing to live his entire life as a bachelor with his older bachelor brother Enos and spinster younger sister Clarissa  on the old Herr homestead, in Nankin Township.

He was a dashing young man in his day, as described in the obituary, riding into Plymouth with his brother Enos on a couple spirited stallions. It sounds like the townspeople were quite impressed with our young cousins, Joseph and Enos Herr.

It is surprising that Joseph and his brother were not combatants in the Civil War as they were definitely of military age, 26 and 29 years old, and sound like they would have been worthy cavalry men., but then maybe Fidelius sheltered them from the draft or enlistment somehow. He had to be tired of the military having survived Napoleon’s antics back in Achern before he left for America..

Other children by Fidelius’ and second wife, Maria Anna Hauser, who survived infancy and came over on the USS General Hamilton with their parents, were: Maria Barbara (born 1824 and married Anthony German), Marianne (born 1824 and married Francis George), and Ignatius Enoch (born 1831 I think on board the USS General Hamilton on the way to America).

 Thanks Cuz Nancy, for sending us this interesting piece.

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John H. Herr – Military and Pension Records

Compiled by Rodger M. Wood

Coincidence or John’s Spirit?
I have another scary story about our family history.

In August 1967, my then three old son Mark and I went to the National Cemetery, Marietta GA to visit the grave of our fallen Civil War family hero, an 18 year old boy, John Herr, who enlisted in Sherman’s Army on February 11, 1864, so his father Fidel Herr would not have to and could stay home on the farm with John’s mother and four younger siblings.

John was a cannonaire in Battery A, 1st Michigan LA, which supported Sherman’s Army in his famous Siege of Atlanta and subsequent March to the Sea, but our John made it only to Marietta GA before he contacted bloody disentery and died on August 31, 1864, less than a year before the end of the Civil War.

On that hot sunny day near to the 103rd year anniversary of John Herr’s death on August 31, 1864, Mark and I drove up to the entrance to the National Cemetery at Marietta, GA, walked into the cemetery without a clue where John’s grave was in this big spacious cemetery, walked about 25 yards forward, about ten steps to the right, happened to look down to find out we were standing over John’s grave. Coincidence or John’s spirit drawing us to him, we‘ll, never know, but understandably, we were convinced it was John’s spirit
which drew us to the grave, and we’ll never forgot the experience. .

Pension Index: Mother Joanna E. Herr, Applied for Pension: November 12, 1890, Mother, 487433 341591 Michigan.
Battery A, 1st Michigan Light Artillery
Born: June 23, 1845, Nankin Twp, Wayne Co, Michigan
Parents: Fidel and Joanna Herr
Died: August 31, 1864 at Marietta GA
Buried: Section A, Grave 35, National Cemetery, Marietta, GA
Tombstone reads, “Jno Hern, Michigan, and is right by the entrance to the cemetery, to right of the gate in Section A. I was there in August, 1965 with my young son Mark to pay our respect to this fallen family hero. (There is a memorial tombstone for John H. Herr next to his parents’ grave in Newburgh Cemetery, Westland MI, but he is buried at the National Cemetery, Marietta, GA.

Military Records:
Was a member of Battery C, 1st Michigan Light Artillery.
Enlisted on February 11, 1864 at Nankin, MI for three years, aged 18, Mustered February 11, 1864. Died of disease at Marietta, GA August 31, 1864.
Battery C during John’s time of enlistment took active part in Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign, joined in the siege of Atlanta until it surrendered to General Sherman. Battles included: Dallas GA, May 27, 1864; Resaca GA, May 14, 1864; Decatur Ala, Big Shanty, June 15, 1864; Kenesaw Mountain, GA June 25, 1864; and the Siege of Atlanta, July 22 – August 25, 1864.
John was a cannonaire, pvt, and enlisted instead of his father Fidel. He died of colera according to my great uncle John Herr.

Affidavits:
March 2, 1891: by Ebenezer Hubbard
He knew Joanna E. Herr for 30 years. She and her husband owned 36 acres of land valued at $1,500 dollars; $125 furniture, and had $100 annual income.
Joanne’s husband Fidel Herr was 80 years old, disabled for Shematism.
Lived in Township of Nankin, Wayne Co, Michigan.

Affidavit by Edwin J. Norris of Nankin dated March 2, 1891 (same as Ebenezer Hubbard above)

Affividavit by David F. Norton, PO Pikes Peak – medical – dated March 2, 1891
Has known Joanna for 30 years. Lived 1 mile away for 15 years. Her husband Fidel and father of John has been unable to do any manual labor for 3 or 4 years. Hart Trouble. Norton was a medical doctor for 40 years and was over 80 years old himself.

Claimant Affidavit: March 2, 1891 and April 17, 1891:
John Herr was born June 23, 1845, Nankin Township, Michigan.
Joanne listed her children:
John H. Herr botn June 23, 1845
Theresa H. Herr, born June 11, 1848
Marrett C. Herr, born April 3, 1850
Malvina H. Herr, born June 29, 1852
William C. Herr, born December 23, 1853
Husband: Fidel Herr, 80 yeats old
Joanne was 64, resident of Nankin County, Michigan.
John wnrolled at Detroit, February 11, 1864, died disentery or bloody flux incurred near Atlanta GA July 31, 1864.
Joanne died May 19, 1910, pensioner dropped, $12/mo.

Concerto by Our 3rd Great Grandfather: Fidelius Herr (1782 – 1862)

Somehow and some where, our third great grandfather, Fidelius Herr, a baker by trade, studied and learned music well enough to compose a lengthy concerto in 1817, a sample of which can be heard on this web page.

No. 4 Andantevln

Duetto II

The sixty-four pages of his original sheet music are in my possession.

I am having a professional musician record the remainder of the concerto, which I will put on this web page in the near future..

To listen to Fidel’s concerto straight through, you will have to enjoy classical music.
He has been compared to Mozart, which is probably a stretch, but possible as I know absolutely nothing about music having flunked this class repeatedly at old Isaac Crary Elementary.

There was a music tradition on the maternal side of Fidelius’ family. Although his mother Maria Klar, died when he was two years old, three generations of his grandfathers, Franz Klar, Franz Ignas Klar, and Franz Klar carried on a musical heritage as Head Schoolmasters and Organists at nearby Oberachern.

Since Fidelius was motherless, it is very conceivable he may have spent a lot of time and was  educated by his grandparents and uncles.

It was well known and reported that Fidelius Herr and Fidel Herr Jr. were both accomplished violinists in Nankin Township – skipping down a couple generations,
we discover that our Uncle Harold Herr and my brother Russell Allan Wood were both accomplished musicians in Detroit, and Los Angeles.

There is a musical tradition in the Herr Family and this concerto shows that it may have started with Fidelius Herr.

Harriet Melvina Herr Story

Whatever It Takes!
Memories of Harriet Melvina Herr (1852 -1938)
By Dorothy Joy Liscum

From Germany in 1831 came a family of 3 sons and a daughter – people who wanted a new start in a new land.

The father Fidel Herr and the mother Mary Ann, brought the young people to the Detroit area where land could be obtained for a nominal sum.

It’s not known where the older couple, the parents settled, but the son named for his father, Fidel Jr., bought a farm near Plymouth Road or Ann Arbor Trail in the area then known as Perrinsville.

They had all looked at the area around and near to Detroit, but because it was wet and swampy and would need a lot of preparation before any crops could be planted, they decided to go out further and search for better farming land.

Two brothers looked still farther going west and south from Fidel Jr.’s farm and found some land that was sandy and seemed well drained so they decided to get that land.

Their sister, Clarissa, kept house for Joseph and Enos in a log cabin built by these brothers.

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None of the three ever married. Their farm was at Cowan Road, near Newburg Road in Wayne County.

They all worked hard – and in later years, a 2-storied brick home was built and the log cabin was torn down.

Before leaving the log cabin, this I must let my readers know that the fireplace was designed to accommodate a large log brought into the house through the front door, across the living room to the fireplace. Here the forward end of the log was fired from the existing bed of coals and as it burned, the opposite end was pushed gradually into the fire, until all was consumed. Naturally someone had to watch this fire, but the brothers considered this method easier than cutting the log into sections fitting the inside of the fireplace.

Fidel Jr. married a 16-year old girl named Joanna Willsey and they lived in a log cabin on his farm in Perrinsville. There was very little money in the household – Joanna was able to make only six flannel diapers for her first child and cut up her wedding dress to make other clothes for the child.

Her children arrived at regular intervals, Theresa called “Tet,” Harriet Melvina (called Viny), a son named John, another daughter named Marietta (also called “Met.”), a son named Wm, and last a daughter named Jessie.

As a young man, John enlisted in a company going to help fight in the Civil War.

He did not write many letters home, and after not hearing from him for a long period, his father instituted a search through a third party, who was recommended to him, as being able to trace young men in the war. John was at last found to have been ill with diarrhea, a common ailment among soldiers, and because he either got no medicine or it was too late when he got it, he died according to a letter received from another soldier who knew him.

The log cabin the family lived in had two floors. The second story floor was of logs, laid side by side, and all the children but the youngest at the time slept in the upper room. It was warmer than the first floor – and too the children could be sent up there when company came.

My grandmother Viny told me they nearly always had bread made of corn meal, besides corn meal mush for breakfast, corn meal being less expensive than white flour. However,
when there were guests for meals, Johanna, Viny’s mother, evidently did have some white flour to use, and would make biscuits to serve the guests.

The children being relegated to the upstairs while the company was fed, would hope desperately that some of the biscuits would be left for them to eat at the children’s meal. They could look down between the logs in the second floor and would watch the plate with the biscuits. If any were left, it was a happy time – but often there were no biscuits left for the children.

Theresa married Minot Weed who had been in the Civil War. After the war was over, they moved to the Kalkaska, Michigan area to a farm. They had one daughter who died as a young woman.

Harriet Melvina met a good looking young man at Nankin Mill and later married him. His name was James K. Joy, son of Bennett Joy, whose home was at Grand River and Telegraph Rd. Bennett and family having come there from New York State.

James was next to the youngest of a family of 12 children. When he and Melvina married, he bought a farm on Plymouth Road, two miles east of the city of Plymouth.
He did not have enough cash to pay for it so he worked hard to make payments to the previous owner.

There were two parts to the farm – one part was on the south side of Plymouth Road, and the other on the north side and the larger. After a few years the smaller part was sold that on the south.

James and Viny had a daughter born in 1873 named Lydia Olivia, then in three years a son named Mark.

These children attended school at Newburg, and then went to Plymouth High School.

However, the boys were only 8 and 6 years old when their father sickened and died of typhoid fever

This left Viny with three children to raise, and a farm to pay for – she had to practice all kinds of economies.

She hired a man to do all the heavy work on the farm until the boys were old enough to do it.

One of her economies was to cut a pencil in half, and each boy got a half to do his lessons.

Also they ate sandwiches spread with lard for school lunches. After all butter could be sold or traded for groceries so it was not used much at home.

Lydia finished high school and took teacher’s training and became a teacher.

Jim and Mark worked on the farm and Viny, their mother, kept house for them, until Jim, who was courting a neighbor girl, Ella Beckhold, after 3 years, decided on marriage.

Then Viny, who believed strongly, that 2 women could not live in the same house, moved to Plymouth – there she bought or rented a 2-story house near the railroad tracks, and took in boarders.

In order to make the most of her location, Viny rented rooms to two shifts of railroad men, the day shift would rise, eat breakfast and leave, then Viny would whisk around to the bedrooms, pull off the sheets the day workers had slept in and put on the sheets that the night workers had slept in the day before and make the beds for those who would any minute come in and want to get their sleep before night fall.

When these men got up and had their meal, Viny would hurry around and remake the beds for the day men who would be coming in any time to go to bed.

No one knows how she did it, but she did it for a number of years, perhaps 5 or 6 – when she changed her habits, sold the boarding house, bought a neat little white house on Ann Arbor Trail, and keeping one steady boarder, she moved to an easier life.

Her daughter, Lydia, still teaching, moved in with her, also, and things were better for Viny.

Lydia had a suitor, a railroad worker, James McNabb, who had invented a gadget for use on the railroads. He was a good looking man and he admired Lydia greatly

She, however, was very hesitant about consenting to marriage, as he was nine years younger than she. The old belief was that the men should be older than the girl he married, and Lydia was very sure their marriage wouldn’t work. He finally convinced her he was only interested in her, and always would be, and they married. She was 34 and he was 25.

They, Lydia and James, moved to Biddle Street in Detroit and after a year, they persuaded Viny to come and live with them.

She felt she would have nothing to do there, but did go – and being Viny, she went out and found herself an occupation that kept her busy for years.

She called on folks selling magazine subscriptions. She got acquainted – told folks about her son, the farmer, who raised exceptional potatoes. cabbages, apples, and chickens!

She then took orders for the farm products, along with the magazine subscriptions, and sending Jim the orders, he and his wife Ella got them ready and Jim delivered them.

Viny also took orders for dressed chickens for Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day,
sometimes as many as 25 for each of these days.

Jim would kill the chickens, Ella would dress them and then on the day before the holiday, he’d deliver the chickens to the delighted customers that Viny had found. He’d also bring in apples, potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. There were no freezer or refrigerators on the farms in those days – however, it was usually cold enough to preserve the chickens for the three days necessary before serving them on the holiday. Ella was especially worn out after cleaning and dressing 25 chickens in a day.

A monumental job! Jim would be worn out after his day in the city delivering the farm products.

One Christmas, while Viny was selling subscriptions, the company she worked for, put out a brochure, saying anyone of their salespeople who sold a certain large number of
subscriptions, could earn a gold watch made by a well known reliable company.

Viny worked very hard that year and earned two of them, giving at Christmas, one watch to Jim and one to his brother Mark. Jim and Mark carried those watches proudly the rest of their lives, Jim living to 96.

After Viny gave up the subscription business – she was still living in Detroit with Lydia and her husband James.

The year 1910. was to be a red letter year for her. Her son Mark and wife Bertha Ostrander, who already had a son and a daughter, in January, brought triplets into the world, two girls and a boy.

In 1910, multiple births were rare beyond twins. No incubators were invented or any other mechanical aid – so it was a world shaking event.

The children were born in a farm house on 7-Mile Road near Northville and weighed from three to four pounds each and were so tiny.

With baby’s normal clothing so much too large for them, it was necessary to adjust, or resewn, the clothing prepared for the one baby that was expected.

The news media wrote about the triplets, came over and took pictures of the children sleeping on pillows in a very warm room.

The January 10th birth date meant .that home fires had to be kept going day and night, never allowed to get below the warm temperature needed by the babies.

Many friends, relatives, and strangers sent gifts. It was a frantic household, with everything centering around the babies’ health and welfare.

Viny came and stayed and helped greatly. The other grandmother, Mrs. Ostrander, also came and helped.

By July the babies were so nearly normal in size and development, everyone was happy about them.

That July, Jim’s wife Ella, gave birth to a fourth child, a boy, named Charles, so Viny came over and assisted Ella for a month.

When Lydia gave birth in early September to her first child, a daughter named Edna Joy, later called Joy, so Viny then went to help Lydia.

So in that year of 1910, Viny became grandmother to 5 children. When the triplets were two years old, diphtheria was more or less epidemic and the one boy named Everett got the disease and passed away. At age five, one of the girls, Lewanda, also passed away with a kidney ailment.

The remaining triplet Lydia is living in Plymouth, Michigan with her husband at this writing.

In the remaining years of Viny’s life, she became more frail and yet using the best of her strength, she visited at her children’s homes and helped them in every way possible.

Ella always worried when Viny came to her house, thinking she would overdo – Ella had five children, and a big garden, lots of work, canning, sewing, and caring for the younger children – with three meals a day for 7 or 8 people. So Viny’s help was appreciated and needed.

Frail as she was in her later years, Viny lived to be 86 and then just slipped away one day.

She left her three children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren as follows:

Lydia Joy married James A. McNabb
Edna Joy McNabb married Richard Brown
David.Brewer

James Joy married Ella Beckhold
Dorothy Joy married Dale Liscum
Marian Jane Liscum married R.C. Harper
Lois Joy Liscum married William Dexter
Warren Joy married Ora Goers
James C. Joy married Marian Gustafson
Carol Avis Joy married Norman Balone
Ruth Joy married Leo Douglas
Paul M. Douglas married Judy
Charles Joy, not married
Roy Joy married Marie Goodman

Mark Joy married Bertha Ostrander
Leon Joy, died at one year old
Leona Joy, died at 19 years old
Triplets
Everett Joy died at two years old
M. Lewanda Joy died at 5 years old
. . Lydia Joy married Burton Greenman
Viola – deceased
Fred Geng
Estelle Joy Geng

Comments:
We are indeed very fortunate and thank our family member, Lois Dexter, for providing
us this early narrative account of Herr family in Michigan, which her mother, Dorothy Joy Liscum (1902 – 1996) wrote based on stories her Grandma Viny Herr told her as a young girl.

Some clarification, however, is needed:

Parents, Fidelius Herr (1782 – 1862) and second wife Mary Anna Hauser (1793 – 1868) brought children, “Fidele, 21, Marianna, 4, Barbara, 7, Theresa, 18, and Johanna, 21, over from Baden on the good ship General Hamilton which docked in New York Harbor on October 25, 1831.

Traveling onto Nankin Township, Michigan, father Fidelius staked the 80 acres family farm out on the Rouge River, near the intersection of Newburgh and Warren Roads in Westland, Michigan.

Fidele Jr., Theresa, and Johanna were children by first wife, Maria Anna Schmidt who had passed away in Achern in 1817, and Marianna and Barbara by his second wife, Marianna, who came to America..

Another daughter Karoline (1803 – 1876) did not emigrate on the first voyage but later came over with her husband, Anton Wunsch, in 1838 to settle at Plymouth, Michigan and later Ada, Kent County, Michigan.

The three younger children, two sons and a daughter, Dorothy talked about were Ignatius (Enos) (1831 – 1912), Joseph (1834 – 1916), and Clarissa (1835 – 1911).

They were born later in Nankin Township, never married and lived on the a farm they had acquired apart from the family homestead Fidele Herr Jr. inherited from the parents. .
Viny’s parents Fidele Herr Jr. and 18-year old, Joanna Euphemia Wilsey (1826 – 1910) married on January 1, 1844 and they had children:

John H. Herr, a cannonaire private in Company G, 1st Michigan Light Artillery who died August 31, 1864 near Kennesaw Mountain GA on Sherman’s march to the sea.

Theresa Hannah Herr (1848 – 1935), who married Minot Weed.
Marretta C. Herr (1850- 1922) who married Alburtus Barnes, and,

Melvina Harriet Herr, or “Viny” as Dorothy called her grandmother, the baby of the
Herr family and heroine of this story.

History of Spectacle Island, 1634 – 1743

Compiled By Ledyard Bill, Edited by Rodger M. Wood

The early history of Spectacle Island in Boston Harbor and my Bill’s Family roots are
closely interwound.

The island was first mentioned in Boston town records on the 4th of March, 1634-35, when together with Deer Island, Hog Island, and Long Island, it was granted to the town of Boston for the yearly rent of four shillings for the four islands, or a shilling each island.

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Very soon afterwards, the town allotted the island to different inhabitants, who paid a small annual rent, to insure the benefit of the free school.

Covered with trees and timber, Boston settlers used the island as a source of firewood.

Massachusetts Bay Governor John Winthrop reported a tragedy which occurred there
during a cold New England winter.

“On the 13th of January, 1637 -38, thirty persons of Boston went out on a fair day to
Spectacle Island to cut wood, the town being in great need of it. The next night, the
wind rose very high to the northeast, with snow, and afterwards at the northwest for
two days. It was so cold that the harbor was frozen over, except a small channel. These
thirty adventurers met with bad luck, for twelve of them could get no further home
than the Governor’s Island, seven were carried in the ice in a small skiff through Broad
Sound to the Brewsters, where they had to stay two days without food and fire, and get
home by the way of Pulling Point, and many of the others, after detention, had their
limbs frozen, and one of them died.”

On the 19th of April, 1649, ten persons “bound themselves and their successors to pay sixpence an acre p’ yeare for their land at Spectacle Iland., forever to y’ use of the schole,
Y” soe it may be proprietye to them for euer, and they are to bring in their pay to the townes treasurer the first day of February for eu’r or else there land is forfeit into the townes disposing.”

These persons did not pay their rent as promptly as they should, and some of them conveyed their rights to others,

History of Spectacle Island, 1634 – 1743

A compulsory order was passed at a 1655 town meeting to levy and the constable collect the large arrears due.

It was not until the 11th of March, 1666-1667, that the town relinquished all its rights in the island to the planters and made void the agreement about the annual rent of sixpence an acre for the benefit of the school, on condition that the back rent should be paid up in full to that date.

About this time, my 8th great grandfather, Thomas Bill, a lighterman or operator of a 17th century barge, began to purchase up the rights of several owners.

In the year 1666-67, Josias Cobbam Jr of Boston sold him a piece or parcel on the southerly bend of Spectacle Island, containing three acres, or thereabouts, bounded E by the sea, W by the land of Daniel Turell and of Thomas Bill, N. by the cove, S by the land of Ralph Mason, etc. (Suff. Deeds, 8:315)

On the 3rd of March, 1667-8, Daniel Turrell of Boston and his wife Mary for 6 pounds sold Thomas Bill of Boston 2 1/2 acres on the southerly bend of Spectacle Island,
(Suff Deeds, 8:217)

On the 31st of August, 1678, Ralph Mason and his wife Annie sold Thomas Bill 8 acres (Suff Deeds 9:418).
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By these purchases, Thomas Bill had acquired title to full half of the island.

On the 25th of January in 1681, he transferred his thirty-five acres to his son, Samuel,
my 7th great grandfather, a butcher, who had previously purchased five acres from John Salter and other parts from several other persons.

Boston land records showed Samuel Bill bought up all the other interests and by 1681
owned the title to the entire island for a total investment of 177 pounds..

In 1693, Drake called Spectacle Island, “Samuel Bill’s Island.
(Drake’s History, Boston, p 817).

In 1681, the island was covered with oak and heavy timber, and was valued for its nearness (4 ½ miles) to market.

During the period, 1684 – 1685, Samuel Bill became uneasy about his title to the
island property and obtained a confirmatory title that is reprinted below from
“a big Indian.”.

History of Spectacle Island, 1634 – 1743

“To all Christian People to whom these presents shall come. Josiah, son and Heyer of Josiah otherwise called Wamputuck, late Sachem of the Massachusetts Country in New England sendeth Greetings: –

Know ye that I the said Josiah, son of Josiah, for diverse causes and good considerations me thereunto moving and in particular for and in consideration of a valuable consideration of money to me in hand payd before the ensealing of this deed by Samuel Bill of Boston Butcher, Have with knowledge and consent of my wise men and Councellors William Ahoton, Sen, William Ahoton, Jun, and Robert Mamentaug, Given, granted, sold, enfeoffed, and confirmed, and by these presents Do fully freely and absolutely give grant, sell, enfeoffe, convey and confirme unto the sayed Samuel Bill his heyres and Assignes forever one certain Island Scituate in the Massachusett Bay rights priveledges and appurtenances, thereunto in any commonly known and called by the name Spectacle Island in the present possession the same Bill with all wise
appertaining and belonging. To have and to hold the same and every part and parcel thereof unto him the said Samuel Bill his Heyers and Assigns to his and their sole use and
benefit in firm and indefeasible estate of inheritance in fee simple forever – And the said Josiah for himself his heyers Executors Administrators and Successors doth hereby covenant and promise to and with the said Samuel Bill his heyers and Assigns that at the time of ensealing and delivery of these presents that (according to Indian right and title) he is the sole owner and proprietor of the said Island and hath full power and authority to sell and convey the same as abovesayd and the sayd bargained Island with all its priveledges, rights, and appurtenances belonging, will and sufficiently warrant and defend against himself his heyers and successors and against all and every other person whomsoever having, claiming, or pretending to have or claim any Indian right, title, or interest in or to the same or any part or parcel thereof.

In witness whereof the said Josiah and his councllors above sayd have hereunto put their hands and seals this thirtieth day of April in the year one thousand six hundred eighty-four.

Josiah his mark –o {seal}
William hahaton {Seal}
Old William A Ahaton {Seal}
Robert Mamentong Z {Seal}

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of George Meriott and Experience Ffisher
Josiah, Indian Sachem, and his Councellors acknowledged this to be their Act and Deed, May 1st 1684 before me”
William Stoughton
Suffolk Deeds 13: 172, 173

History of Spectacle Island, 1634 – 1743

Samuel Bill remained in full possession of Spectacle Island until his death on
August 18, 1705, when it was bestowed to his widow Elizabeth for her lifetime and
at her death to his son Samuel.

While he had a Boston house and garden on Black Horse Lane and was a butcher in Boston, there are indications in his will that Samuel had another house and raised cattle and sheep on Spectacle Island.

Samuel Bill’s will is dated August 13, 1705 and was proved September 20, 1705.

He gave his wife Elizabeth the use of all his real estate as long as she shall remain his widow, but should she marry, then the use of only one-third part. “To my son Samuel Bill, I give all my island known as Spectacle Island (in the various deeds) and all my stock of cattle upon it, he paying to my son Richard Bill six pounds a year out of the income thereof during his natural life. To Samuel he also gives two negro men. To Richard he gives his house and garden in Black Horse Lane, in Boston, “which was my father’s and also 200 pounds current money, when he finishes his apprenticeship.

After the payment of debts, the remainder shall be divided equally between his two sons, Samuel and Richard.

The Executors were his son Samuel Bill and William Welstead, to the latter of whom he gave five pounds.

The witnesses were Doctor Oliver Noyes, Robert Staples, and John Vallentine. (Suffolk Probate 16:46.)

Mrs. Bill remarried but in the course of events she and her new husband died, and the title of the island passed on in full to the son, Samuel Bill, my sixth great grandfather, in accordance with the will of his father.

While the Boston fire of 1711 destroyed his Boston residence and he had a house on the island, it is not known whether this Samuel Bill ever moved to the island.

We know, however, somebody had to care for the seventy-six sheep, two cows, two negro men, a boat, an old mare, and family hog, together with sundry tools on the island, which Samuel left in his will at death in 1733.

History of Spectacle Island, 1634 – 1743

Samuel Bill was bothered by financial problems and used Spectacle Island as leverage to make himself solvent again.

In 1714 an indenture was made, whereby Samuel Bill, of Boston, victualer, and Sarah, his wife, mortgaged the 60 acres on two heads of all his Spectacle Island for a 200 pound loan at 5 per cent interest to Andrew Fletcher, Addington Davenport, Thomas Hutchinson, John Wood, and Edward Hutchinson,

Still hurting financially, on July 30, 1717, Samuel Bill and his wife Sarah, for 100 pounds in bills of credit, conveyed to the Treasurer of the Province, Jeremiah Allen, Esq. a portion of land, being part of the southerly end of Spectacle Island, so called, and is bounded northerly by said Bills land, ten feet to the northward of the cellar wall lately built there, to erect a house for the Province, to entertain the sick, and is on the cleft or
brow of the southerly head or highland of said island forty- four feet wide, and from thence to run on a line about south southwest ninety feet, where it is also forty-four feet
wide, and thence to continue the line on the easterly side straight down to the sea and from said ninety feet on the westerly side to widen gradually on a straight line to the sea or salt water, where it is to be sixty feet wide, together with the liberty of landing on the southerly beach point and thence to pass and repass to and from the said granted land.

The Province continued to hold this portion of Spectacle Island for the purpose for which it was acquired until about 1735, when the General Court appointed a committee to buy a more suitable place for a hospital on Rainsford Island.

Prior to that, on the 18th of March in the year 1729-1730, Samuel Bill sold Spectacle Island, containing by estimation 60 acres, more or less, with the dwelling house, barn, and standing thereon, saving and reserving from this grant and sale, that part of said island which the said Samuel Bill conveyed to Jeremiah Allen, Esquire, Treasurer of the Province, July 30, 1717. to his brother Richard Bill (Suffolk Deeds, 44, 115)

February 17, 1738-9, William Foye, Province Treasurer. By virtue of a resolve of the General Court, passed in the session in November, 1736, for 130 pounds, conveys to Richard Bill, of Boston, all the interest of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in and to Spectacle Island, including the buildings where the hospital now is, being the same premises which were conveyed to Jeremiah Allen. Treasurer, by Samuel Bill and Sarah, his wife, both deceased, by their deed of July 30, 1717 (Suffolk Deeds, 57:162)

Richard Bill came into full and absolute possession of the island.

On the 18th of February, 1742 -3, Richard Bill sold the whole of Spectacle Island to his son-in-law, Joshua Henshaw Jr.

Source Material
History of the Bill Family, Ledyard Bill, editor, Alvord Printer,15 Fulton Street. New York, 1867, pages 46, 49 – 54, 105 -113.

Bill Family Genealogy

John Bill (1593 – 1638) – settled in Boston in 1633 with wife Dorothy Tuttle
Thomas Bill (1618 – 1696) – first owner of Spectacle Island
Samuel Bill (1654 – 1705) – second owner of Spectacle Island
Samuel Bill (1683 – 1733) – third owner of Spectacle Island before selling to brother
Richard Bill (1685 – 1757)
Samuel Bill (1720 – 1804) Elizabeth Bill + Joshua Henshaw (owner)
Samuel Bill (1743 – 1797)
Samuel Bill (1777 – 1840)
William Bills (1820 – 1900)
Sarah Eunice Bills (1857 – 1937)
Fred Fidele Herr (1881 – 1943)
Helen Sabine Herr (1907 – 1991)
Rodger Michael Wood

Schwarzwaldstr Plague 25

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Photo of a plaque in the wall of the front room of the old Herr House at Schwarzwaldstr 25, Oensbach. Marcus Herr bought this house from from his mother in law, Appolonia Zursthorn, mother of his first wife, Elisabeth Schlinder, and husband of deceased Mathaus Schindler in 1732.

The plaque may have more significance in the Schlinder family line, I don’t know.

A Truly Spiritual Experience!

By Rodger M. Wood

On a hot Indian summer Saturday afternoon over 40 years ago in a yet to be air conditioned Detroit Main Library on Woodward
Avenue, my mother and I started sleuthing out our Herr genealogy.  Mom knew her father was Fred Fidel Herr and he had two brothers, Willie and John, and an older sister, Maud.  She knew the first Herr to come to the United States was a burgermeister from Baden-Baden, who was forced to leave Germany by Bismarck when was persecuting the Catholics.

She had been told by her Uncle John they were related to the Pennsylvania Herr family, which explained later why she became so obsessed with watching her “cousin” Tommy Herr play baseball every afternoon on t.v.  A lot of what she said seemed like a stretch of the imagination, maybe it was family lore, but I thought it was definitely subject to empirical verification before believing it unreservedly.

Typical of many Herr family relatives, you couldn’t change her mind about anything so I just went with the flow quietly verifying the family tree at Newburgh Cemetery, with the nice ladies at Wayne Historical Society, the vitals statistics department of the Michigan Health, and various on-line computer query programs.

Cousins Lois Dexter and Nancy Harper, descendants of a very feisty Melvina Herr Joy, were very helpful providing me first hand information and a copy of a ledger/diary Fidel Herr Jr. (1812- 1894)  maintained from 1850 to 1881.

With a lot of other family help, I compiled a pretty nice genealogy – Rodger Wood/Helen Herr/Fred Fidel Herr/William Herr/Fidel Herr Jr/Fidelius Herr Sr but I knew I would never be content until I crossed the Atlantic to find my deeper German roots.

That didn’t have a chance of happening until my Aunt Margaret, wife of my Uncle Harold and a saintly women, who definitely arose to a high place in Heaven, gave me a violin concerto and philosophy book handwritten by my great –great- great grandfather Fidel Herr Sr. (1782-1862) in 1817. On the front page of the music book, Fidel had identified himself as what looked to me like, “Von Aifern.”  I knew “von” meant “from” in German so I proceeded to try to find the town of “Aifern” on a map.

I was unsuccessful until a German language professor explained to me, the “ch” combination in German script looked liked “if.”

Kind of like a block head, I eventually figured out my town’s name was “Achern,” which turned out to be a mere 35 mile northeast of Strasbourg, France, in the Schwarzwald or Black Forest Region of Baden, Germany.

At about the same time, my dear cousin, genealogical partner, and kindred spirit these past many years, my Uncle Norman’s son, Duane Herr, located the ship manifest listing our 7 Herr family members coming over to the United States on board the USS General Hamilton in 1831.

Although we now knew our original emigrant Fidelius Herr called himself “Von Achern” and was probably from that town, we still had our work cut out finding the documentation to  prove it.

The big break through came in March, 2004, when the webmasters of   HYPERLINK “mailto:DEU-BAD-ORTENAU@rootsweb.comDEU-BAD-ORTENAU@rootsweb.com, German genealogist Wendelin Irlinger, and another of our cousins Rose Goutbeck, closed the loop.

They discovered a reference to the birth and emigration license of our Fidelius Herr in the “Oensbach in Baden Famienbuch,” which was compiled by Eugen Weber, who might also be our distant relative.

In March, 2005 and last September 2006, I traveled to Achern, Oensbach, and Oberachern, to do some more on site research.

I met another German cousin, Joerg Herr, who added more family members to our lineage.

Since the trips to Germany, we have been able to bring the family tree down another two generations, adding Blasius Herr, and Marcus Herr and many other German and American cousins to our progeny. .

The “Marcus Herr Descendancy Chart” shown below is indeed the product of several family members’ hard work.

While in Europe, the church bells shouted, “I want you to come back,” at me in Freiburg.

Like the Pied Piper in a Brothers Grimm story, the trees in the Black Forest beckoned me..

However, the most profound spiritual experience I had in Germany was at the old Herr house in Oensbach..

At that house, which has been in the possession of a Herr since 1732, I was lucky enough to meet our cousin Willi Herr, the current owner, his wife Monica, and an angelic 5-year old daughter.

While at the table talking with them, I suddenly felt a cold breeze blowing on my neck. I hope I didn’t go into a trance but I felt my dear deceased mother’s presence.

She was there in her glory, laughing and whispering to me, “I told you so Rodger, there was a burgermeister
in the family.”

And she was absolutely right – Blasius Herr, the father of the first American Herr emigrant, Fidelius Herr, turned out
to be a burgermeister of Oensbach in 1800.

The Descendants of Marcus Herr (1782 – 1862)
Compiled by the Herr Family
– 1 –

1      Marcus Herr    1695 – 1776
+Elisabeth Schindler    1698 – 1790                                                         Bold + nach Amnerika or USA
……..    2      Franz Anton Herr    1720 – 1755                                                         Regular + Remained in Baden
……..        +Maria Anna Jung
……..        *2nd Wife of Franz Anton Herr:
……..        +Klara Christ
……..    2      Johann Meinrad Herr    1722 – 1793
……..        +Franziska Hund
……..        *2nd Wife of Johann Meinrad Herr:
……..        +Klara Christ
……..    2      Helena Herr    1728 –
……..    2      Blasius Herr   1729/30 – 1805
……….    +Katherina Ott  1736 – 1771
………………   3  Alois Josef Herr    1755 – 1764
……………….  3  Ulrich Herr  1757 – 1757
………………   3  Franz Anton Wendelin Herr    1758 – 1807
…………………..  +Marg Porret
……………….  3  Juliana Herr 1760 – 1762
………………   3   Maria Dorothea Herr  1762 – 1772
………………   3 Bernhard Herr  1763 – 1834
………………….. +Maria Anna Boschert 1769 – 1832
………………….     4 Andreas Herr    1788 – 1788
…………………….. 4 Elisabeth Herr    1789 – 1852
………………………   +Dionys Schmiederer  1779 – 1852
…………………………..5  Maria Anna Schmiederer  1814 –
……………………………..    +Josef Weber  1807 – 1870
…………………………….  6 Andreas Weber 1835 – 1898
………………………………6  Raimund Weber    1838 – 1907
…………………………………+Helene Braun    1845 – 1907
…………………………………..7 Maria Anna Weber 1873 –
…………………………………..7 Elisabeth Weber    1875 –
…………………………………. 7 Karoline Weber    1876 – 1927
……………………………………..+[Klemens Weber 1873 – 1916
……………………………………….8  Helene Weber  1902 – 1992
………………………………………    +Otto Mellert
………………………………………. 8  Elisabeth Weber 1903 –
………………………………………. 8  Karl Ludwig Weber 1905 –
………………………………………. 8 Josef Weber    1908 –
………………………………………. 8 Karoline Weber  1910 – 1974
………………………………………..    +Clemens Hofer  1904 – 1969
……………………………………………..9 Living Hofer
………………………………………………  +Alois Ketterer    1925 – 1996
…………………………………………….    9  Living Hofer
………………………………………………….+Agnes Schemel    1935 – 1965
…………………………………    9  Rosa Hofer    1936 – 1980

………………. Descendants of Marcus Herr
– 2 –

…………………………………+Living Weber
………………………………………………….10 Living Weber
…………………………………………………..    +Living NN
……………………………………………….. .10  Living Weber
………………………………………………………+ Oser
……………………………………………..9 Living Hofer
……………………………………………….+Living Schandelmeier
…………………………………………..   9 Andreas Hofer 1939 – 1943
……………………………………………..    9 Josef Hofer  1940 – 1943
…………………………………………….. 9 Living Hofer
…………………………………………………+Living Ummenhofer
…………………………………………….. 9 Living Hofer
…………………………………………………+Living Huber
……………………………………………..    9 Rita Hofer 1947 – 1947
……………………………………………..    9  Living Hofer
……………………………………………..    9  Living Hofer
……………………………………………..    9 Living Hofer
………………………………………..8  Hermann Weber 1912 – 1969
8  Franz Anton Weber 1913 – 1996
……………………………………………+Anna Weigel
………………………………………..8 Klemens Weber 1914 – 1944
…………………………………..7 Augustin Weber    1881 – 1957
……………………………………..+Sophia Seiler
…………………………………..7  Franz Josef Weber 1884 – 1946
………………………………………+Anna Serrer
………………………………………..8 Living Weber
………………………………………..8Living Weber
………………………………………..*2nd Wife of Franz Josef Weber:
………………………………………..+Karolina Meyer    1896 – 1940
………………………………………..8 Maria Weber    1923 – 1924
……………………………………….  8 Living Weber
………………………………………..8 Augustin Weber 1927 – 1934
………………………………………..8      Living Weber
………………………………………..    +Living Boschert
…………………………………………….    9 Living Weber
………………………………………..8      Living Weber
………………………………………. 8      Konrad Augustin Weber 1935 –
……………………………..6  Elisabeth Weber 1841 –
……………………………..6  Julius Weber 1844 – 1920
…………………………………+Pauline Schemel    1844 – 1918
…………………………………..7      Josef Weber    1874 – 1952
…………………………………..    +Bertha Schneider    1884 – 1956
………………………………………..8      Franz Theodor Weber    1910 – 1941
………………………………………. 8      Julius Weber    1912 –
………………………………………..    +Thekla Weber    1921 –
………………………………………………9  Christa Anna Weber
………………………………………………….+Johann Schmalz
……………………………………………..    9 Ilse Weber
…………………………………………………+Martin Schontag
……………………………………………..9   Doris Maria Weber
………………………………………..8 Erna Weber
………………………………………. 8  Paula Weber    1918 – 1977
…………………………………………. +Jakob Mayer
……………………………………….8 Bertha Weber
…………………………………..7 Maria Viktoria Weber 1876 – 1898
…………………………………..7 Karoline Weber    1878 – 1939
……………………………………..+Josef Boos
…………………………………. 7 Theodore Weber    1884 – 1914
……………………………..6  Freidrich Weber    1846 –
……………………………. 6  Alois Weber    1849 –
……………………………..6  Vinzens Weber    1851 –
……………………………. 6   Theresia Weber    1854 – 1888
……………………………  6    Luise Weber    1858 – 1925
…………………………………  +Xaver Boschert    1856 – 1908
…………………………………..
………………………………… Descendants of Marcus Herr
– 3 –

7  Luise Boschert    1885 – 1919
…  +Josef Renner    1879 – 1956
…………………………………..7 Josef Boschert    1889 – 1964
……………………………………  +Katharina Harter 1895 – 1963
…………………………………..7 Maria Anna Bochert 1882 – 1960
…………………………………….. +[12] August Herr  1881 – 1970
………………………………………8 Franz Xaver Herr  1912 – 1990
……………………………………….+Paulina Kreutler  1911 – 1982
……………………………………………..9 Anna Theresia Herr    1936 – 1982
…………………………………………….. +Lorenz Weber
……………………………………………..    9 Manfred Herr  1938 – 1993
…………………………………………………+Gerda Schemel
……………………………………..8 Josef Herr  1914 – 1983
……………………………………… +[15] Elisabeth Riehle
……………………………………………..9 Nikolaus Herr-
………………………………………………..+Raissa Egoyan
…………………………………………….    9 Doris Herr
……………………………………………..    9 Ulrike Herr
…………………………………..    8 Maria Anna Herr
…………………………………….      +Friedrich Schemel 1917 – 1994
……………………………………………..    9 Hannelore Schemel
…………………………………………………+ Winfried Bar
……………………………………………..    9 Barbara Schemel
…………………………………………………Franz Speth
……………………………………………..    9 Friedhelm Schemel
………………………………………………  +Beate Distelzweig
……………………………………..8 August Herr
…………………………………….    +Liselotte Weber
…………………………..5     Georg Friedrich Schmiederer 1816 – 1819
………………………..   5     Therese Schmiederer    1819 –
…………………………….    +Johann Bruder
…………………………. 5     Bernhard Schmiederer 1822 –
………………………………+Regina Ell 1823 – 1889
………………………………6  Franz Anton Schmiederer 1855 – 1934
…………………………………+Caecilia Weber 1865 – 1950
………………………………….7  Regina Schmiederer 1887 –
………………………………….7  Christine Schmiederer 1888 – 1971
……………………………………..+Emil Friedrich Lamm
………………………………….7 Bernard Schmiederer 1891 – 1957
……………………………………..+ Theresia Weber 1893 – 1958
………………………………… 7 Joseph Schmiederer 1892 –
………………………………….7 Hildegard Schmiederer 1895 – 1924
………………………………… 7 Emma Schmiederer 1897 – 1973
………………………………… 7 Franz Anton Schmiederer 1898 – 1970
…………………………………….+Helena Haas
…………………………………. 7 Ignaz Schmiederer  1900 – 1972
……………………………………..+Emma Seiler    1899 – 1968
……………………………………7  Living Schmiederer
……………………………………   +Theresia Bahr
…………………………….. 6 Christina Schmiederer 1863 – 1948
……………………………..   +Franz Sales Weber 1859 – 1942
…………………………………….7 Bernard Weber 1888 – 1888
…………………………………….7 Franz Ignaz Weber 1890 – 1963
…………………………………….   +Maria Josepha Friedmann    1892 – 1965
…………………………………… 7  Bernard Weber    1891 – 1970
……………………………………    +Karoline Ott    1895 – 1964
…………………………………… 7   Christina Weber 1901 – 1978
………………………………………..+Paulus Weber    1897 – 1966
………………………………….         8      Philipp Weber 1930 – 1946
…………………………………….      8  Living Weber
………………………………………..    +Living Harter
……………………………………………. 9 Living Harter
…………………………………………..    9 Living Harter
…………………………………………..8   Rita Weber 1939 – 1943
……………………………..6 Bernard Schmiederer 1891 – 1957
………………………………. Theresia Weber 1893 – 1958
…………………………..
……………… Descendants of Marcus Herr
– 4-

5     Friedrich Schmiederer    1825 – 1881
…………..    +Helene Schindler    1826 – 1896
…………………………….     6 Katharina Schmiederer 1856 – 1881
………………………………  +Joseph Ott 1845 – 1934
…………………………………….7 Franz Ott 1882 – 1917
……………………………………….+Paulina Weber      1886 – 1917
…………………………………………..8     Living Ott
…………………………………………….    +Pauline Meier
…………………………………….7 Katharina Ott    1885 – 1973
………………………………………+Ignaz Weber    1876 – 1948
…………………………………………..8  Josef Weber 1908 – 1979
……………………………………………..+Living Sutterer
……………………………………………..9 Living Weber
……………………………………………. 9 Living Weber
………………………………………………9Living Weber
……………………………………7 Helena Ott 1887 – 1914
.. ……………………………………..+Joseph Hodapp 1883 –
………………………………………7 Karoline Ott 1895 – 1964
…………………………………………+Bernard Weber 1891 – 1970
……………………………….6 Dionys Schmiederer 1864 – 1937
…………………………………..+Anna Christine Weber  1865 –
……………………………….6  Bernhard Schmiederer 1867 – 1939
…………………………………. +Amalia Weber 1876 – 1911
………………………………. …….. 7 Helena Christine Schmiederer
…………………………………………  +Bernard Hodapp
………………………………………. 7 Living Schmiederer
………………………………… ………  +Sophie Dober
……………………………………….. 7 Living Schmiederer
……………………………………………+Karl Schindler
………………………………………….7 Friedrich Schmiederer 1903 – 1903
………………………………………    7 Living Schmiederer
………………………………………….   +Joseph Ell    1897 –
…………………………………………..7  Living Schmiederer
……………………………………………..+Victoria Busam 1869 – 1946
…………………………………………  7 Living Schmiederer
…………………………………………….+Vinzenz Schemel 1913 – 1994
……………………………………           *2nd Wife of Bernhard Schmiederer:
…………………………………….          +Amalie Weber 1876 – 1911
………………………………………       7 Maria Anna Schmiederer 1901 – 1978
………………………………………………..+Karl Schindler 1903 – 1975
………………………………………………..8 Amalia Schindler    1925 – 1968
………………………………………………..8 Elisabeth Schindler 1927 – 2001
………………………………………………..8 Hermann Schindler
………………………………………….       8 Maria Anna Schindler
……………………………………………………+ Wendelin Bar
……………………………………………..7 Josef Schmiederer 1901 – 1964
………………………………………………..+Sofie Dober 1900 – 1958
………………………………………………..8 Christine Schmiederer
………………………………………………..8  Zita Schmiederer
…………………………………………………..+Franz Baudendistel
………………………………………………..8 Friedrich Schmiederer 1934 – 2001
…………………………………………………..+Hildegard Glaser
……………………………………………..7 Friedrich Schmiederer 1903 – 1903
……………………………………………. 7 Helene Schmiederer
…………………………………………….. 7 Pauline Schmiederer
………………………………………………7 Katharina Schmiederer
…………………………..5   Walburga Schmiederer 1827 –
……………………..4 Hedwig Herr    1791 – 1861
………………………..+Stefan Armbruster  1780 – 1842
…………………………..5     Bernhard Armbruster    1814 – 1854
……………………………..    +Christine Weber    1814 – 1878
………………………………..            6     Euphrosine Armbruster 1836 –
……………………………………….    6  Klemens Armbruster    1838 –
…………………………………………..6  Maria Antonia Armbruster 1839 – 1839
…………………………………………. 6  Ferdinand Armbruster    1840 –
…………………………………………..6  Maria Antonia Armbruster 1843
Descendants of Marcus Herr
– 5 –

…………………………………………..6   Theresia Armbruster    1845 –
……………………………………………….+Andreas Kempf
…………………………………………. 6   Amalie Armbruster    1847 –
…………………………………………..6  Maria Anna Armbruster 1849 – 1849
……………………………………….    6  Anton Armbruster    1850 –
…………………………………………..6  Hermann Armbruster    1853 –
…………………………..5  Stefan Armbruster    1816 –
…………………………. 5  Wendelin Armbruster    1817 – 1819
…………………………. 5  Katharina Armbruster    1819 – 1877
………………………………+Anton Riegelsberger    1817 – 1877
……………………              6 Christina Riegelsberger  1844 –
…………………………………6  Karoline Riegelsberger 1849 –
………………………………… 6  Franz Riegelsberger 1851 –
……………………………………..+Yarling Phoebe
…………………………………  6  Konstantin Riegelsberger    1856 – 1879
…………………………………..6  Elisabeth Riegelsberger    1858 – 1862
…………………………………..6  Emilie Riegelsberger    1859 –
…………………………. 5  Augustin Armbruster    1822 –
…………………………  5  Philipp Armbruster    1824 – 1846
…………………………. 5  Jakobine Armbruster    1826 –
…………………………..5  Gertrud Armbruster    1829 –
…………………………..5  Christine Armbruster    1831 –
…………………………..5  Agnes Armbruster    1834 – 1900
……………………………    +Ignaz Kreutler    1831 – 1888
…………………………..           6 Bernhard Kreutler 1863 – 1936
……………………………………….+Theresia Hucker  1875 – 1944
………………………………….. .6 Paulina Kreutler 1911 – 1982
……………………………………… 7 Franz Xaver Herr 1912 – 1990
………………………………………..  8 Anna Theresia Herr 1936 – 1982
…………………………………………….+Lorenz Weber
………………………………………….8  Manfred Herr  1938 – 1993
……………………………………………..+Gerda Schemel
…………………………………….  6 Hermine Kreutler 1906 – 1972
…………………………………………+Karl Brommer
………………………………………     7  Theresia Kreutler 1908 – 1982
…………………………………………..    +Friedrich Beck
…………………………………………   7 Maria Anna Kreutler
………………………………………. 6 Josef Kreutler 1857 –
………………………………………. 6 Phillip Kreutler 1859 – 1925
……………………………………………+Eleonore Eckstein
……………………………………….. 6      Maria Anna Kreutler    1865 –
……………………………………….. 6      Ignaz Kreutler    1869 – 1935
……………………………………….. 6      Hermann Kreutler    1871 –
………………………4 Rosalie Herr    1795 – 1796
…………………..    4 Rosalie Herr    1796 – 1872
……………………………..        +Melchoir Weber
………………………4  Katharina Herr 1800 – 1866
………………………….+Wendelin Genter
………………………4  Andreas Herr    1802 – 1814
…………………….. 4 Michael Herr    1804 – 1877
…………………………+Thekla Hodapp 1806 – 1885
……………………………5 Karl Theodor Herr    1831 – 1832
……………………………5  Thekla Herr    1832 – 1919
………………………………..+Dagobert Doll    1830 – 1917
………………………………………..6      Mary Doll    1856 – 1923
………………………………………..6      Hannah Mary Doll    1860 – 1936
………………………………………..    +John Semour Schafer    1853 – 1931
…………………………………………..7     Edward Schafer    1886 – 1925
…………………………………………. 7  Agnes Bertha Schafer    1892 – 1968
………………………………………………+Frank M. Bolender    1887 – 1948
………………………………………………8 Katharyn Marie Bolender    1914 – 1991
…………………………………………………+Joseph Kenneth Groninga    1906 – 1942
…………………………………………………9 Living Groninga
……………………………………………………+Shirley Ann Parks
…………………………………………………….10 Living Groninga
…………………………………………………….    +Living Groninga
……………….
Descendants of Marcus Herr
– 6 –

……………………………………                   10 Living Groninga
…………………………………………………….10 Living Groninga
…………………………………………………….10 Living Groninga
…………………………………………………….10 Living Groninga
…………………………………………………….10 Living Groninga
……………………………………………………..    *2nd Wife of Living Groninga:
………………………………………………………. +Living Anderson
…………………………………………………….10 Living Cross
…………………………………………………….10 Living Cross
……………………………………………………..   *2nd Husband of Katharyn Marie Bolender:
……………………………………………………….  +Gilbert McMannis
…………………………………………..7     Maggie Schafer 1882 –
……………………………………………..    +Vincent Brown
………………………………………..6 Joseph Doll    1862 – 1865
………………………………………. 6 Fred Doll    1864 – 1956
………………………………………..6 Ida Doll 1868 – 1938
…………………………..5     Karl Herr    1835 – 1863
…………………………..5     Adolf Herr    1836 – 1901
…………………………. 5  Maria Anna Herr  1838 – 1886
……………………………..+Bernhard Herr 1836 – 1906
………………………….         ……..6 Karl Herr 1864 – 1871
………………………………….  ……6  Katharina Herr 1866 – 1942
…………………………………………..+Friedrich Bar 1857 – 1927
……………………………………  ……..7 Karl Friedrich Bar    1887 – 1954
…………………………………….. ……7 Helene Bar 1888 – 1920
…………………………………………. .7 Maria Anna Bar 1892 – 1968
…………………………………………….+Josef Weber 1891 – 1971
……………………………………………..8 Johanna Weber
……………………………………………..    +Ludwig Gunter 1915 – 1976
………………………………………………. 9 Walter Gunter 1948 – 1987
………………………………………………..9 Ludwig Otto Gunter
………………………………………………. 9 Monika Gunter
……………………………………………………+Arnold Schnurr
………………………………………………..9 Bernhard Gunter
……………………………………………..8  Otto Weber 1923 – 1942
……………………………………………..8 Friedrich Weber
……………………………………………..8 Gertrud Weber
………………………………………………..+[67] Josef Lienhard
……………………………………………. 8 Maria Margarehe Weber
…………………………………………..7 Franz Josef Bar 1895 –
………………………………………….  7 Pauline Bar 1899 – 1975
……………………………………………7 Hermine Bar 1904 – 1989
……………………………………………….+[31] Josef Herr 1899 – 1973
………………………………………………8 Friedrich Herr
…………………………………………………+Gisela Schemel
………………………………………………..9 Joerg Herr
…………………………………………………+Corina
……………………………………………….8 Norbert Herr 1928 – 1945
……………………………………………….8 Lydia Herr
………………………………………………….+Egon Meier
………………………………………………. 8 Amalia Herr
…………………………………………………..+Martin Hodapp
………………………………………………..8  Herbert Herr
……………………………………………………Rose Burgert
………………………………………………..8  Agnes Herr
……………………………………………………+Werner Ilg
………………………………………………..8 Gerlinde Herr 1944 – 1945
……………………………………….6  Paul Herr 1868 – 1869
……………………………………….6 Alois Herr 1870 – 1871
……………………………………….6  Franz Herr    1873 – 1873
……………………………………….

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6  Josef Herr 1875 – 1959
………………………………………..+Barbara Weber 1881 – 1918
………………………………………..7 Franziska Herr 1905 – 1906
…………………………………………7 Karoline Herr 1906 – 1964
……………………………………………+[104] Josef Bar 1899 – 1967
…………………………………………….8 Franziska Bar
……………………………………………….+[106] Alfonse Glaser
…………………………………………….8 Friedrich Bar
8  Anna Elizabeth Bar 1938 – 1941
…………………………………………….8 Martha Bar
…………………………………………….    +[110] Richard Jorger
…………………………………………..7 Magdalena Herr 1908 – 1976
………………………………………………Hermann Reichert    1897 – 1986
………………………………………………8 Maria Anna Reichert
……………………………………………..    8 Herta Reichert
…………………………………………………+Johann Albrecht Straubinger
……………………………………………..    8  Karl Reichert
………………………………………………….+Rita Spath
………………………………………………8 Josef Reichert
………………………………………………….+Julianna Weber
………………………………………………8 Hedwig Reichert
……………………………………………..    +Hermann Weber
…………………………………………….. 8 Klara Reichert
……………………………………………..    8 Elfriede Reichert
……………………………………………..    +Franz Kiefer
……………………………………………… 8 Martha Reichert
………………………………………………….+Robert Schutt
………………………………………………. 8 Herbert Reichert-
…………………………………………..7 Karl Ludwig Herr 1909 – 1986
……………………………………………..+Elisabeth Schemel    1919 – 1986
……………………………………………….8 Gisela Herr
…………………………….                     +Ludwig Huber
………………………………………………. 8  Paula Herr
…………………………………………………….+Lothar Foli
………………………………………………..8  Anna Elisabeth Herr
………………………………………………….. +Konrad Fischer
………………………………………………..8 Wilhelm Herr
……………………………………………………+Irmgard Meier
……………………………………………………..9 Son Herr
……………………………………………………. 9 Son Herr
……………………………………………………. 9 Son Herr
……………………………………………………..2nd Wife of [136] Wilhelm Herr:
……………………………………………………..+Monika Schmiederer
……………………………………………………… 9 Daughter Herr
…………………………………………..   7 Bernhard Herr 1911 – 1912
……………………………………………..    7 Maria Anna Herr    1913 – 1999
………………………………………………   +[71] Franz Sales Harter 1904 – 1976
………………………………………………… 8 Anna Maria Harter
……………………………………………………+[74] Otmar Schmiederer
………………………………………………….8 Gerda Harter
……………………………………………………..+Rolf Karl Heck
………………………………………………… 8  Ludwina Harter    1950 – 1997
……………………………………………………..+[78] Manfred Seiler
………………………………………………….8 Richard Harter
……………………………………………………..+Dagmar Loeper
.

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…………………………………………….7 Elisabeth Herr 1915 – 2003
………………………………………………..+ Stefan Sauer    1901 – 1961
…………………………………………………  8 Frieda Sauer
……………………………………………………..+Richard Kunstel
………………………………………………….. 8 Luzia Sauer
……………………………………………………….+Bernhard Spaul
…………………………………………………… 8 Josef Sauer
…………………………………………………… 8 Irmgard Sauer
……………………………………………………….+Fritz Meier
…………………………………………………….8 Helmut Sauer
……………………………………………………….+Veronika Grindler
…………………………………………………… 8 Maria Sauer
………………………………………………………..+Wilfried Riegelsberger
……………………………………………………  8 Arnold Sauer
…………………………………………………………+Monika Teger
…………………………………………………….. 8 Karl Sauer
……………………………………………………..    +Dora Braun
……………………………………………………….8 Monika Sauer
………………………………………………………….+Ludwig Huber
………………………………………………………. 8 Waltraud Sauer
………………………………………………………..   +[Karlheinz Schemel
…………………………………………….7 Josef Herr
………………………………………………..+Maria Luise Schnabel
…………………………………..6 Magdalena Herr    1877 – 1963
…………………………..5     Franz Anton Herr 1839 – 1905
………………………………+Magdalena Glaser
…………………………. 5  Magdalena Herr 1841 – 1918
…………………………..5     Theresia Herr 1843 – 1925
…………………………..5  Hermine Herr 1845 – 1926
……………………..4 Josef Herr 1806 – 1838
…………………………+Karoline Doll  1809 – 1854
…………………………..5     Bernhard Herr 1835 – 1896
………………………………+Magdalena Weber    1837 – 1929
………………………………….6 Maria Herr 1863 – 1873
………………………………….6 Karolina Herr 1865 – 1913
……………………………………..+Theodore Bar    1862 – 1937
……………………………………………7    Pauline Bar 1892 – 1974
……………………………………………….+Franz Josef Weber    1876 – 1945
………………………………………………………..8      Josef Weber 1921 – 1945
………………………………………………………..8      Maria Weber
………………………………………………………..8      Karoline Weber
…………………………………………..7     Josef Bar    1894 – 1914
…………………………………..6 Amalie Herr 1868 – 1870
…………………………………..6  Amalia Herr 1873 – 1949
………………………………………..+Leopold Bar    1865 – 1946
………………………………………..   7     Cyriak Bar    1900 –
…………………………………………..7  Theodor Bar 1901 –
…………………………………………..7  Klara Bar    1903 – 1980
……………………………………………….+Friedrich Kirn
……………………………………………..7  Friedrich Wilhelm Bar
……………………………………………..    7 Leopold Bar
……………………………………………….7 Josef Bar
…………………………………………………..+Maria Martha Kutz
…………………………..5  Franz Josef Herr 1837 -USA
……………………..4  Stefan Herr    1808 – 1809
……………………. 4 Stefan Herr    1810 –
……………………..4 Bernhard Herr    1794 –

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……………………..4 Wendelin Herr    1798 – 1866
………………………..+Therese Gutenkunst 1806 – 1826
………………………….5 Simon Herr 1825 – 1897
…………………………….+Ursula Ott 1826 – 1885
……………………………..6 Josef Herr 1852 – 1935
…………………………………+Amalie Wilhelm 1858 – 1946
………………………………….7  August Herr 1881 – 1970
……………………………………+Maria Anna Bochert 1882 – 1960
………………………………………8 Franz Xaver Herr 1912 – 1990
…………………………………………+[aulina Kreutler  1911 – 1982
………………………………………….9 Anna Theresia Herr    1936 – 1982
………………………………………….   +Lorenz Weber
…………………………………………. 9 Manfred Herr 1938 – 1993
………………………………………………+Gerda Schemel
……………………………………. .8 Josef Herr 1914 – 1983
………………………………………….+Elisabeth Riehle
……………………………………………9 Nikolaus Herr
……………………………………………….+Raissa Egoyan
……………………………………………9 Doris Herr
………………………………………….. 9 Ulrike Herr
……………………………………..8 Maria Anna Herr
………………………………………..+Friedrich Schemel 1917 – 1994
………………………………………….9 Hannelore Schemel
……………………………………………..    +Winfried Bar
………………………………………… 9  Barbara Schemel
……………………………………………..    +Franz Speth
………………………………………….9 Friedhelm Schemel
……………………………………………..+[27] Beate Distelzweig
………………………………………8 August Herr
………………………………………….+Liselotte Weber
………………………………….7 Hermann Herr    1883 –
………………………………….7 Anna Theresia Herr 1885 – 1939
…………………………………….+Philipp Kobele
…………………………………. 7 Magdalena Herr    1886 – 1890
…………………………………..7  Friedrich Herr    1888 – 1888
…………………………………..7  Magdalena Herr    1891 – 1896
…………………………………..7  Frieda Herr    1894 –
………………………………………+Josef August Ries
……………………………………7 Katharina Herr    1895 –
………………………………………+Wilhelm Kraus    1895 –
…………………………………….7 Amalia Herr    1897 –
……………………………………….+Franz Sales Boschert    1886 – USA
……………………………………..7 Josef Herr    1899 – 1973
………………………………………..+Hermine Bar    1904 – 1989
…………………………………………8 Friedrich Herr
…………………………………………….+Gisela Schemel
…………………………………………….    9 Joerg Herr
………………………………………………….+Corina
………………………………………….8  Norbert Herr 1928 – 1945
………………………………………… 8  Lydia Herr
……………………………………………..+Egon Meier
………………………………………….8 Amalia Herr
…………………………………………….+Martin Hodapp
………………………………………….8 Herbert Herr
……………………………………………..    +Rose Burgert
………………………………………….8  Agnes Herr    1941 –
……………………………………………..+Werner Ilg
………………………………………….8 Gerlinde Herr 1944 – 1945
……………………………………..7 Friedrich Herr
……………………………..6 August Herr 1854 – 1859
……………………………..    6 Theresia Herr 1856 – 1890
………………………………….+Martin Harter 1853 – 1941
……………………………… 6 Maria Anna Herr    1859 – 1861
……………………………….6  Amalia Herr 1860 – 1861

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……………………………….6  Anna Herr 1862 – 1900
…………………………………..+[August Riegelsberger 1858 – 1913
……………………………………..7 Karl Ludwig Riegelsberger  1889 – 1915
……………………………..        7 Anna Therese Riegelsberger 1890 – 1891
…………………………………….. 7 Frieda Riegelsberger 1891 –
………………………………………….+Franz Merkel
………………………………………7  August Riegelsberger1893 –
………………………………………7 Wilhelm Riegelsberger 1894 – 1915
………………………………………7 Maria Elisabeth Riegelsberger 1897 –
………………………………………….+Josef Schmitt
……………………………………….7 August Riegelsberger 1900 –
………………………………………….+Emilie
………………………………   6 Wendelin Herr 1863 – 1893
……………………………………+Maria Anna Harter 1870 –
………………………………………7 Maria Anna Herr 1891 – 1922
…………………………………………+Karl Riegelsberger  1886 – 1920
……………………………………….7  Hermann Herr 1892 – 1892
……………………………………….7  Amalie Herr    1894 – 1967
……………………………………….    +Franz Xaver Weber    1886 – 1945
……………………………………………8 Lydia Weber
………………………………..   6 Hedwig Herr 1864 –
………………………………………+Anton Riegelsberger    1846-
…………………………………..6 Wilhelm Herr    1868 – 1869
…………………………………..6 Katharina Herr    1866 – 1942
……………………………………..+Friedrich Bar    1857 – 1927
………………………………………7 Karl Friedrich Bar 1887 – 1954
………………………………………7 Helene Bar    1888 – 1920
………………………………………7 Maria Anna Bar 1892 – 1968
………………………………………….+Josef Weber    1891 – 1971
………………………………………….8Johanna Weber
……………………………………………+Ludwig Gunter  1915 – 1976
……………………………………………..9 Walter Gunter 1948 – 1987
……………………………………………. 9 Ludwig Otto Gunter
…………………………………………….    9 Monika Gunter
………………………………………………….+Arnold Schnurr
…………………………………………….. 9 Bernhard Gunter
………………………………………….8 Otto Weber    1923 – 1942
………………………………………….8 Friedrich Weber
………………………………………….8  Gertrud Weber
……………………………………………..+[Josef Lienhard
………………………………………….8 Maria Margarehe Weber
……………………………………….7 Franz Josef Bar 1895 –
……………………………………….7 Pauline Bar    1899 – 1975
……………………………………….7 Hermine Bar    1904 – 1989
………………………………………….+Josef Herr    1899 – 1973
…………………………………………..8 Friedrich Herr
………………………………………………+Gisela Schemel
………………………………………………9 Joerg Herr
………………………………………………..+[36] Corina
…………………………………………..8 Norbert Herr 1928 – 1945
…………………………………………. 8 Lydia Herr
………………………………………………+Egon Meier
…………………………………………..8 Amalia Herr
………………………………………………+Martin Hodapp
……………………………………………8 Herbert Herr
………………………………………………+Rose Burgert
……………………………………………8 Agnes Herr
……………………………………………….+Werner Ilg
……………………………………………8 Gerlinde Herr 1944 – 1945
………………………..        *2nd Wife of Wendelin Herr:
……………………………..        +Katharina Harter    1807 – 1879
………………………….5 Judith Herr    1829 – 1891
……………………………..    +Franz Sales Weber    1826 – 1914
……………………………..    6 Bernhard Weber    1850 – 1923
…………………………………+Katharina Weber

.
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……………………………..6 Viktoria Weber 1851 – 1892
…………………………………+Karl Ludwig Meier 1845 – 1914
………………………………….7 Roman Meier    1875 –
………………………………….7 Helene Meier    1876 – 1959
…………………………………….+Franz Xaver Harter 1876 – 1959
……………………………………..8 Franz Sales Harter 1904 – 1976
………………………………………..+Maria Anna Herr 1913 – 1999
………………………………………..9 Anna Maria Harter
……………………………………………+Otmar Schmiederer
……………………………………….. 9 Gerda Harter
……………………………………………+Rolf Karl Heck
…………………………………………9 Ludwina Harter 1950 – 1997
…………………………………………….+Manfred Seiler
…………………………………………9 Richard Harter
……………………………………………+Dagmar Loeper
……………………………………..8 Maria Viktoria Harter 1905 – 2003
………………………………………..+Max Weber    1904 – 1992
……………………………………….. 9 Thea Weber
…………………………………………….+Willy Serr
…………………………………………9 Herbert Weber
……………………………………………+Annemarie Hofer
……………………………………..  8 Josef Harter    1906 –
……………………………………… 8 Karl Harter    1908 –
……………………………………….8 Magdalena Harter
………………………………………….+Anton Striebel
………………………………….7 Rosa Meier    1879 – 1887
………………………………….7 Fridolin Meier    1881 –
………………………………….7 Anton Meier    1882 –
………………………………….7 Katharina Meier    1884 –
………………………………….7 Franziska Meier    1905 – 1976
………………………………….7 Franz Meier    1907 – 1944
……………………………………+Hedwig Weber    1920 –
…………………………………7 Maria Meier    1908 – 1989
……………………………..6 Helene Weber    1853 – 1924
………………………………..+Josef Meier    1849 – 1911
……………………………..    6 Anton Weber    1855 – 1937
………………………………6 Wendelin Weber    1857 –
………………………………6 Katharina Weber    1859 –
……………………………..    6 Brigitte Weber    1862 – 1931
………………………………6 Melchior Weber    1863 –
………………………………6 Franziska Weber    1867 – 1953
……………………………..    +Eduard Weber    1860 – 1934
…………………………………..7 Josef Weber    1891 – 1971
……………………………………..+Maria Anna Bar 1892 – 1968
……………………………………..8 Johanna Weber    1922 –
………………………………………..+[58] Ludwig Gunter 1915 – 1976
………………………………………..9 Walter Gunter 1948 – 1987
………………………………………..9 Ludwig Otto Gunter    –
………………………………………..9 Monika Gunter 1954 –
…………………………………………..+[Arnold Schnurr
………………………………………..9 Bernhard Gunter
……………………………………..8 Otto Weber    1923 – 1942
……………………………………..8 Friedrich Weber
……………………………………..8 Gertrud Weber
………………………………………..+Josef Lienhard
……………………………………..8 Maria Margarehe Weber
…………………………………..7 Otto Weber 1892 – 1914
…………………………………..7 Roman Weber    1893 – 1946
……………………………………..+Maria Konig    1896 – 1981
……………………………………..8 Richard Weber    1922 – 1942
……………………………………..8 Paul Weber1926 – 1990.
……………..                +Hilda Weber
………………………………………8 Karl Weber
………………………………………….+Klara Armbruster

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…………………………………..7 Anna Maria Weber 1900 – 1987
……………..            +Hermann Joseph Weber    1899 – 1974
………………………………………8 Alfred Josef Weber
………………………………………….+Matilde Pauline Bar
…………………………………….. 8 Berthold Weber
………………………………………….+Bertha Kiefer
………………………………………8 Robert Weber
………………………………………….+Rosa Hofer
…………………………………….. 8 Josef Hermann Weber
…………………………………………+Anneliese Kornmeier
………………………………………8 Maria Therese Weber
…………………………………………+Anton Schindler
…………………………………….. 8 Friedrich Weber
……………………………………… 8 Anton Weber
………………………………………….+Hilda Braun
……………………………..6 Johanna Weber 1871 – 1947
………………………….5      Hildegard Herr 1830 – 1893
……………………………….+Ignaz Weber    1826 – 1904
……………………………… 6 Theresia Weber    1856 – 1927
………………………………… +Reinhard Schemel     1846 – 1909
………………………………….. 7 Vinzens Schemel 1878 – 1942
……………………………………7 Hermann Schemel 1879 – 1929
…………………………………… 7 Hildegard Schemel 1881 – 1959
……………………………………….+Alois Meyer
……………………………………. 7 Franz Schemel    1883 – 1959
………………………………………..+Lina Sutterer    1886 – 1955
………………………………………..8  Reinhard Schemel
………………………………………..8  Karl Friedrich Schemel 1912 – 1991
……………………………………………+Luitgard Weber 1923 – 1988
…………………………………………….9 Helga Luzia Schemel
……………………………………………….+Paul Hoffmann
…………………………………………….9  Christa Schemel
…………………………………………….9  Edgar Schemel
………………………………………..8 Maria Theresia Schemel    1919 – 1998
……………………………………………+Josef Staub
……………………………………..7 Ignaz Schemel    1885 –
……………………………………..7 Anton Schemel    1888 –
……………………………………..7 Philip Schemel    1891 –
…………………………………….. 7  Theresia Schemel    1895 – 1974
……………………………………..    +Wendelin Weber    1888 – 1944
…………………………………………8      Franz Weber
…………………………………………8      Elsa Weber
………………………………………………+Eugen Koch
…………………………………………8      Klara Weber
………………………………………………+Wilhelm Bless
…………………………………………8      Leopold Weber
……………………………………..7 August Schemel    1898 – 1918
……………………………………..7 Reinhard Schemel    1900 –
……………………………..  6 Katharina Weber 1858 –
……………………………..  6 Franz  Sales Weber 1859 – 1942
…………………………………+Christina Schmiederer  1863 – 1948
……………………………………..7  Bernard Weber 1888 – 1888
……………………………………..7  Franz Ignaz Weber 1890 – 1963
…………………………………………+Maria Josepha Friedmann 1892 – 1965
………………………………………7 Bernard Weber 1891 – 1970
…………………………………………+Karoline Ott    1895 – 1964
……………………………………….7 Christina Weber 1901 – 1978
………………………………………….+Paulus Weber 1897 – 1966
……………………………………………8 Philipp Weber 1930 – 1946
………………………………………….. 8 Living Weber
……………………………………………    +Living Harter
……………………………………………….9 Living Harter
……………………………………………… 9 Living Harter
………………………………………….. 8 Rita Weber 1939 – 1943

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……………………………….6 Hildegard Weber    1863 – 1935
…………………………………+Anton Harter
……………………………  6  Cacilia Weber 1865 –
………………………………..6  Wendelin Weber    1867 –
………………………………..6  Michael Weber    1869 – 1870
……………………………….. 6 Franziska Weber    1871 – 1934
……………………………….. 6 Josef Weber    1875 –
………………………….5      Klementine Herr    1831 –
………………………….    +Franz Sales Schindler
………………………….5      Bernhard Herr  1836 – 1906
………………………………+Maria Anna Herr    1838 – 1886
……………………………….6 Karl Herr    1864 – 1871
……………………………… 6 Katharina Herr    1866 – 1942
………………………………….+Friedrich Bar    1857 – 1927
………………………………….7 Karl Friedrich Bar 1887 – 1954
………………………………… 7 Helene Bar    1888 – 1920
………………………………….7 Maria Anna Bar    1892 – 1968
…………………………………….+Josef Weber    1891 – 1971
……………………………………..8 Johanna Weber
…………………………………………+[Ludwig Gunter 1915 – 1976
…………………………………………9 Walter Gunter 1948 – 1987
……………………………………….. 9 Ludwig Otto Gunter
………………………………………..  9Monika Gunter
…………………………………………….+Arnold Schnurr
………………………………………….9 Bernhard Gunter
……………………………………..8 Otto Weber    1923 – 1942
……………………………………..8 Friedrich Weber
……………………………………..8 Gertrud Weber
…………………………………………+Josef Lienhard
……………………………………..8 Maria Margarehe Weber
………………………………….7 Franz Josef Bar    1895 –
………………………………….7 Pauline Bar 1899 – 1975
………………………………….7 Hermine Bar 1904 – 1989
…………………………………….+Josef Herr 1899 – 1973
……………………………………..8 Friedrich Herr
………………………………………..+Gisela Schemel
…………………………………………9 Joerg Herr
……………………………………………+Corina
……………………………………..8 Norbert Herr    1928 – 1945
……………………………………. 8 Lydia Herr
………………………………………..+Egon Meier
………………………………………8 Amalia Herr
………………………………………….+Martin Hodapp
………………………………………8 Herbert Herr
…………………………………………+Rose Burgert
…………………………………….. 8  Agnes Herr
………………………………………….+[48] Werner Ilg
………………………………………8 Gerlinde Herr    1944 – 1945
……………………………….6  Paul Herr 1868 – 1869
……………………………….6 Alois Herr 1870 – 1871
……………………………….6 Franz Herr 1873 – 1873
……………………………….6 Josef Herr 1875 – 1959
………………………………….+Barbara Weber    1881 – 1918
…………………………………..7 Franziska Herr    1905 – 1906
…………………………………..7 Karoline Herr    1906 – 1964
…………………………………..   +Josef Bar    1899 – 1967
……………………………………..8 Franziska Bar
………………………………………..+[106] Alfonse Glaser
……………………………………..8 Friedrich Bar
……………………………………..8 Anna Elizabeth Bar 1938 – 1941
……………………………………..8  Martha Bar
…………………………………………+Richard Jorger
……………………………………7 Magdalena Herr    1908 – 1976
………………………………………+Hermann Reichert 1897 – 1986
……………………………………….8 Maria Anna Reichert
……………………………………….8 Herta Reichert
+Johann Albrecht Straubinger

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………………………………………8 Karl Reichert
…………………………………………+Rita Spath
………………………………………8 Josef Reichert
…………………………………………+Julianna Weber
………………………………………8  Hedwig Reichert
………………………………………    +Hermann Weber
…………………………………….. 8 Klara Reichert
………………………………………8 Elfriede Reichert
………………………………………….+Franz Kiefer
……………………………………….8 Martha Reichert
………………………………………….+Robert Schutt
………………………………………  8 Herbert Reichert
…………………………………..7  Karl Ludwig Herr 1909 – 1986
…………………………………..    +[Elisabeth Schemel   1919 – 1986
…………………………………………8 Gisela Herr
……………………………………………+[Ludwig Huber
…………………………………………8 Paula Herr
…………………………………………….+Lothar Foli
…………………………………………8  Anna Elisabeth Herr
…………………………………………….+Konrad Fischer
…………………………………………8      Wilhelm Herr
……………………………………………….+Irmgard Meier
…………………………………………………9 Son Herr
…………………………………………………9 Son Herr
…………………………………………………9 Son Herr
…………………………………………………*2nd Wife of Wilhelm Herr:
…………………………………………………..+Monika Schmiederer
………………………………………………… 9 Daughter Herr 2003 –
…………………………………..7 Bernhard Herr    1911 – 1912
…………………………………..7 Maria Anna Herr    1913 – 1999
……………………………………..+Franz Sales Harter 1904 – 1976
……………………………………….8Anna Maria Harter
………………………………………….+Otmar Schmiederer
……………………………………….8 Gerda Harter
………………………………………….+Rolf Karl Heck
……………………………………….8 Ludwina Harter 1950 – 1997
………………………………………….+[78] Manfred Seiler
……………………………………….8 Richard Harter
…………………………………………..+[Dagmar Loeper
…………………………………. 7 Elisabeth Herr    1915 – 2003
…………………………………….+ Stefan Sauer    1901 – 1961
……………………………………….8 Frieda Sauer
…………………………………………..+[Richard Kunstel
……………………………………….8 Luzia Sauer
………………………………………….+Bernhard Spaul
……………………………………….8  Josef Sauer
……………………………………… 8 Irmgard Sauer
………………………………………….+Fritz Meier
………………………………………..8 Helmut Sauer
……………………………………………+Veronika Grindler
………………………………………..8  Maria Sauer
…………………………………………….+ Wilfried Riegelsberger
………………………………………..8   Arnold Sauer
…………………………………………….+[Monika Teger
………………………………………..8      Karl Sauer
………………………………………………+Dora Braun
………………………………………..8      Monika Sauer
………………………………………………+Ludwig Huber
………………………………………..8      Waltraud Sauer
……………………………………………….+Karlheinz Schemel
…………………………………..7 Josef Herr
………………………………………+Maria Luise Schnabel
……………………………….6 Magdalena Herr    1877 – 1963
………………………….5  Helene Herr 1833 – 1841
………………………… 5      Franziska Herr 1835 – 1872
………………………………+Phillip Glaser

Descendants of Marcus Herr
-15-.

………………3  Rosa Herr 1765 – 1767
……………..    3  Elisabeth Herr 1767 – 1845
………………….+Franz Ignaz Weber 1764 – 1814
…………………….4 Rosalie Weber    1788 – 1866
………………………..+Franz Georg Harter 1787 – 1839
………………………….5      Elisabeth Harter 1812 – 1843
………………………………+Mathias Armbruster    1810 – 1848
………………………………  6 Eduard Armbruster    1834 – 1860
………………………………..6  Luitgard Armbruster 1838 –
………………………….5      Wendelin Harter 1814 –
………………………….5      Magdalena Harter 1818 – 1850
………………………………+Paul Boschert 1814 – 1860
………………………………..6 Christine Bosschert 1840 –
………………………………..6 Rosalie Bosschert    1841 –
………………………………..6 Josef Bosschert    1846 –
………………………….5      Franz Ignaz Harter    1820 –
………………………….5      Karl Harter 1822 –
…………………………..5  Christian Harter 1823 –
…………………………..5  Martin Harter 1831 –
…………………….4 Barbara Weber    1790 – 1792
…………………….4 Blasius Weber    1792 – 1873
…………………….4  Josef Weber    1793 – 1796
…………………….4  Leopold Weber    1795 – 1872
………………………..+Christine Wilhelm 1796 – 1879
…………………………5      Katharina Weber    1820 – 1821
…………………………5      Benedikt Weber    1822 –
………………………..    +Maria Anna Schemel
……………………….   5      Paul Weber 1823 – 1894
………………………………+Viktoria Bohlert    1841 – 1880
………………………………6 Bernhard Weber    1869 – 1869
……………………………..    6 Christina Weber    1870 – 1945
…………………………………+Josef Harter    1869 – 1932
…………………………………7 Katharina Harter    1895 –
…………………………………7.Franz Xaver Harter 1896 – 1936
…………………………………….+Anna Seiter
…………………………………7 Anna Harter 1898 – 1969
…………………………………….+Ernst Walter
………………………………….7 Josef Harter 1899 –
………………………………….7  Regine Harter    1901 – 1901
………………………………….7 Sofie Harter    1902 – 1903
………………………………….7 Franz Otto Harter    1905 – 1978
…………………………………….+Gertrud Wilhelm 1905 – 1992
……………………………………..8 Maria Anna Harter
…………………………………………+Walter Serr
………………………………………8  Josef Wendelin Harter
………………………………………….+Hedwig Maria Weber
……………………………..6 Katharina Weber    1873 – 1873
……………………………..6 Josef Weber 1880 – 1880
………………………….5      Sigmund Weber    1824 – 1869
………………………….    +Rosa Harter    1829 –
……………………………..    6 Otto Weber    1851 –
………………………………6 Maria Magdalena Weber  1849 – 1865
………………………………6 Hermann Weber    1853 – 1899
………………………………….+Pauline Bar    1847 – 1911
………………………………….7 Sigmund Weber    1877 –
………………………………….7 Leopold Weber    1878 – 1929
…………………………………….+Maria Leingruber
………………………………….7  Otto Weber    1879 –
………………………………….7 Anna Weber    1881 –
…………………………………….+husband
………………………………….7 Luise Weber    1883 – 1908
………………………………….7 Karl August Weber 1885 – 1946

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………………………….5 Maria Anna Weber    1826 – 1889
……..                      +Karl Ludwig Riegelsberger 1824 – 1865
……………………………..6 August Riegelsberger 1858 – 1913
…………………………………+Anna Herr 1862 – 1900
…………………………………7 Karl Ludwig Riegelsberger    1889 – 1915
…………………………………7 Anna Therese Riegelsberger    1890 – 1891
…………………………………7 Frieda Riegelsberger    1891 –
……………………………………+Franz Merkel
………………………………… 7 August Riegelsberger 1893 –
………………………………….7 Wilhelm Riegelsberger 1894 – 1915
………………………………….7  Maria Elisabeth Riegelsberger 1897 –
……………………………………..+Josef Schmitt
…………………………………..7 August Riegelsberger 1900 –
………………………………………+[Emilie
……………………………………….2nd Wife of [169] August Riegelsberger:
……………………………………….+Maria Anna Riegelsberger  1879 – 1965
…………………………………..  7 Anna Riegelsberger
…………………………………….7 Franz Anton Riegelsberger
…………………………………….7 Emil Riegelsberger 1906 – 1973
……………………………………….+Bertha Wursthorn
…………………………………………8 Erich Riegelsberger
…………………………………………….+Johanna Koppel
…………………………………………8 Wilfried Riegelsberger
…………………………………………….+Maria Sauer
…………………………………….7 Hedwig Riegelsberger
……………………………..6 Wilhelm Riegelsberger 1857 –
……………………………..6  Adolf Riegelsberger    1860 –
……………………………..    6 Pranziska Riegelsberger    1862 – 1866
………………………………6 Maria Therese Riegelsberger    1864 –
………………………….5      Ferdinand Weber 1827 – 1891
………………………………+Veronika Zumkeller
………………………….5  Wilhelm Weber 1829 – 1885
……………………………….+Katharina Hiegert
………………………….5  Heribert Weber 1831 – 1831
………………………….5  Philipp Weber    1832 –
………………………….5  Rosalie Weber    1834 – 1860
…………………….4  Gertrud Weber    1798 – 1798
…………………….4  Anton Weber    1799 – 1821
…………………….4  Katharina Weber 1801 – 1874
………………………..+Franz Anton Ruch
……………………. 4  Josef Weber    1802 – 1862
…………………………+Rosine Armbruster 1802 – 1870
………………………….5      Ottilie Weber 1840 –
……………………………….+Josef Bogner 1838 – 1883
………………………….5      Beatrix Weber 1829 –
………………………….5      Nikolaus Weber 1831 – 1836
………………………….5      Veronika Weber 1833 – 1862
………………………………+Daniel Weber
…………………………..5  Franz Ignaz Weber 1836 –
…………………………..5  Luitgard Weber 1839 –
……………………..4  Franz Ingaz Weber 1804 – 1808
……………………..4  Barbara Weber 1806 – 1868
…………………………+Franz Josef Berhrle
………………………..*2nd Husband of Barbara Weber:
………………………..+Andreas Tisch
……………………..4  Maria Anna Weber 1807 – 1887
………………………….+Raimund Genter
………………………4  Elisabeth Weber 1809 –
………………………4  Franz Ignaz Weber 1811 – 1893
………………………….+Barbara Gormann    1817 – 1864
.

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…………………………5      Amalie Weber    1839 – 1923
………………………….    +Edmund Riegelsberger 1830 – 1919
……………………………..6 Euphrosine Riegelsberger    1861 – 1870
……………………………..    6 Ignaz Riegelsberger    1864 – 1887
………………………………6 Hermann Riegelsberger 1866 –
………………………………6 Josef Riegelsberger    1871 –
………………………..5  Regula Weber 1841 –
………………………..5  Martin Weber 1842 – 1905
…………………………….+Helene Armbuster    1840 – 1891
…………………………….6 Maria Anna Weber    1868 – 1868
…………………………….6 Franz Ignaz Weber    1871 – 1915
……………………………….+Stefanie Manz    1877 – 1943
……………………………….7 Helene Weber    1906 – 1988
…………………………………..+Albert Weber    1895 – 1952
…………………………………..8 Franz Anton Weber
…………………………………..8 Maria Ludwina Weber 1935 – 1999
……………………………………..+Leopold FeiBt
…………………………………..8 Josef Anton Weber
………………………………………+Sylvia Weber
…………………………………..8 Albert Konrad Weber 1938 – 1961
……………………………….7  Emil Karl Weber    1900 –
……………………………….7  Maria Anna Weber    1903 –
……………………………….7  Alfons Weber-
……………………………….7  Olga Weber 1910 – 1999
……………………………….7  Josef Weber
……………………………….7  Alfred Weber
…………………………….6 Maria Anna Weber    1874 –
…………………………… 6  Helene Weber    1875 –
……………………………   +Josef Anton Meier
…………………………… 6 Barbara Weber    1877 –
………………………..5      Freidrich Weber    1845 – 1845
………………………..5      Eduard Weber    1846 – 1915
………………………………+Maria Anna Schemel  1857 – 1914
………………………………6 Maria Weber    1897 – 1897
………………………………6 Karl Weber    1904 – 1904
………………………………6 Emil Weber    1904 –
………………………..5      Elisabeth Weber    1848 – 1925
………………………..    +Karl Ludwig Weber    1840 – 1906
……………………………..6 Klemens Weber    1872 – 1873
……………………………..    6 Klemens Weber    1873 – 1916
…………………………………+[Karoline Weber    1876 – 1927
…………………………………7 Helene Weber    1902 – 1992
……………………………………+Otto Mellert
…………………………………7 Elisabeth Weber
…………………………………7 Karl Ludwig Weber
.   …………………………..   7  Josef Weber
…………………………………7  Karoline Weber    1910 – 1974
…………………………………….+Clemens Hofer    1904 – 1969
…………………………………….8 Living Hofer
……………………………………    +Alois Ketterer    1925 – 1996
…………………………………….8 Living Hofer
……………………………………….+Agnes Schemel 1935 – 1965
…………………………………….8 Rosa Hofer    1936 – 1980
…………………………………….   +Living Weber
………………………………………..9 Living Weber
…………………………………………..+Living NN
………………………………………..9 Living Weber
…………………………………………..+[Oser
……………………………………. 8 Living Hofer
………………………………………..+Living Schandelmeier

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…………………………………….. 8  Andreas Hofer  1939 – 1943
…………………………………….. 8  Josef Hofer    1940 – 1943
………………………………………8  Living Hofer
………………………………………….+ Living Ummenhofer
………………………………………8 Living Hofer
…………………………………………+Living Huber
……………………………………… 8  Rita Hofer    1947 – 1947
……………………………………….8 Living Hofer
……………………………………….8 Living Hofer
……………………………………….8 Living Hofer
………………………………..7 Hermann Weber    1912 – 1969
………………………………..7 Franz Anton Weber 1913 – 1996
……………………………………+[Anna Weigel
………………………………..7  Klemens Weber    1914 – 1944
……………………………..6 Josef Weber 1875 – 1875
……………………………..6 Ignaz Weber 1878 –
……………………………..    6 Josef Weber 1878 – 1881
………………………………6  Barbara Weber    1881 – 1918
………………………………    +Josef Herr    1875 – 1959
…………………………………..7 Franziska Herr    1905 – 1906
…………………………………..7 Karoline Herr    1906 – 1964
……………………………………..+[Josef Bar    1899 – 1967
………………………………………8 Franziska Bar
………………………………………….+Alfonse Glaser
………………………………………8 Friedrich Bar
………………………………………8 Anna Elizabeth Bar 1938 – 1941
…………………………………….. 8 Martha Bar
…………………………………………+Richard Jorger
…………………………………..7 Magdalena Herr    1908 – 1976
………………………………………+Hermann Reichert 1897 – 1986
……………………………………….8 Maria Anna Reichert
………………………………………  8 Herta Reichert
…………………………………………..+[115] Johann Albrecht Straubinger
…………………………….            8 Karl Reichert
…………………………………………….+Rita Spath
…………………………………………8 Josef Reichert
…………………………………………….+Julianna Weber
…………………………………………8  Hedwig Reichert
…………………………………………….+Hermann Weber
………………………………………..  8  Klara Reichert
………………………………………….8  Elfriede Reichert
……………………………………………..+Franz Kiefer
………………………………………….8  Martha Reichert
……………………………………………..    +Robert Schutt
………………………………………….8      Herbert Reichert
…………………………………..7 Karl Ludwig Herr 1909 – 1986
……………………………………..+Elisabeth Schemel 1919 – 1986
………………………………………….8 Gisela Herr
……………………………………………..    +Ludwig Huber
…………………………………………  8 Paula Herr
……………………………………………..+[Lothar Foli
…………………………………………..8 Anna Elisabeth Herr
……………………………………………..+[Konrad Fischer
…………………………………………..8  Wilhelm Herr
………………………………………………+Irmgard Meier
………………………………………………..9 Son Herr
………………………………………………..9 Son Herr
………………………………………………. 9 Son Herr
…………………………………………………*2nd Wife of [136] Wilhelm Herr:
………………………………………………..+Monika Schmiederer
……………………………………………….. 9 Daughter Herr    2003 –

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…………………………………..7  Bernhard Herr    1911 – 1912
……………………………………7 Maria Anna Herr 1913 – 1999
………………………………………+Franz Sales Harter 1904 – 1976
……………………………………….8 Anna Maria Harter
………………………………………….+[74] Otmar Schmiederer
……………………………………….8 Gerda Harter
…………………………………………..+Rolf Karl Heck
………………………………………. 8 Ludwina Harter 1950 – 1997
…………………………………………..+[Manfred Seiler
………………………………………..8 Richard Harter
…………………………………………..+Dagmar Loeper
……………………………………..7 Elisabeth Herr    1915 – 2003
………………………………………..+Stefan Sauer    1901 – 1961
…………………………………………8 Frieda Sauer
……………………………………………+[Richard Kunstel
…………………………………………8 Luzia Sauer
…………………………………………….+Bernhard Spaul
……………………………………….. 8 Josef Sauer
…………………………………………8 Irmgard Sauer
……………………………………………+[Fritz Meier
…………………………………………8 Helmut Sauer
…………………………………………….+Veronika Grindler
………………………………………….8  Maria Sauer
……………………………………………..+Wilfried Riegelsberger
………………………………………….8  Arnold Sauer
……………………………………………..    +Monika Teger
………………………………………….8  Karl Sauer
………………………………………………+[Dora Braun
…………………………………………..8  Monika Sauer
……………………………………………….+Ludwig Huber
…………………………………………..8 Waltraud Sauer
……………………………………………..    +Karlheinz Schemel
……………………………………..7  Josef Herr
…………………………………………+Maria Luise Schnabel
……………………………………6 Hermann Weber     1882 – 1917
……………………………………6  Josef Weber    1886 – 1915
………………………..5 Ignaz Weber 1850 – 1851
………………………..5 Anton Weber    1852 – 1857
……………………….. 5 Josef Weber    1855 – 1945
…………………………….+Elisabeth Harter
…………………………5 Gottfried Weber 1858 –
…………………………5 Mathias Weber 1864 –
……………..3  Lorenz Herr 1769 – 1778
+ 2nd Wife of Blasius Herr, Maria Ann Hund (1743-1774)    ……..
3 Franz Josef Herr 1772 – 1774
……..        3rd wife of Blasius Herr , +Maria Anna Stecher 1748/49 – 1775
……..        *4th Wife of Blasius Herr:
…………..      +Maria Helena Klar    1742 – 1784
………………3 Maria Rosa Herr    1776 – 1776
…………….. 3 Franz Josef Herr    1777 – 1848
………………  +Katharina Franziska Kirschner    1777 – 1841
………………3 Ignaz Sebastien Herr  1779 –
………………3 Maria Kreszentia Herr 1780 – 1781
……………..    3 Fidelius Herr 1782 – 1862
………………….+Maria Anna Schmidt 1776 – 1818
…………………4 Karolina Herr 1802 – 1802

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…………………4 Karolina Herr 1803 – 1876
…………………….+Anton W. Wunsch 1801 – 1880
…………………….5 Appolionia Wunsch 1824 –
…………………….5 Martha Wunsch    1825 –
…………………….5 Sebastian Wunsch 1827 – 1905
……………………..   +Martha Champlin    1835 – 1914
………………………..6 Fidelia Elizabeth Wunsch 1856 – 1919
…………………………..+Abraham R. Buck    – 1932
…………………………..7     Walter Allen Buck
……………………………..    +Christine Van Strien
……………………………..    8 Roger Buck
…………………………….. 8 Lawrence Buck
……………………………7 Lawrence W Buck    1892 –
……………………………7 Doris Marie Hess Buck
………………………………+Bert Brunsink
………………………..6 Clarissa Wunsch  1857 – 1941
………………………..6 Julia Wunsch    1861 – 1914
………………………..    +William Wisner 1862 –
……………………………7 Donald Sebastien Wisner  1895 – 1962
……………………………….+Hilda J. Meyer    1896 – 1989
……………………………….8 Milford Henry Wisner 1916 – 1984
……………………………….8 Mildred Agnes Wisner
……………………………….8 Gladys Julia Wisner
……………………………7  Otto Wisner 1898 – 1973
………………………..6 Frederick William Wunsch  1870 – 1939
…………………………..+Adelheid Anna Roossinck 1883 – 1966
…………………………….7 Alice Julia Wunsch
……………………………….+Murdo Young MacKay
…………………………….7 Wilma Martha Wunsch
…………………………….7  Margaret Louise Wunsch
…………………………….7 Delia Clarissa Wunsch
……………………………….+Robert Brown
……………………………. 7 Jarald John Wunsch
…………………………6      Franklin Robert Wunsch    1873 – 1943
………………………..    +Orpha Elizabeth Whitlock    1876 – 1921
………………………. ……    7 Helen E. Wunsch    1904 –
…………………………………+Perry Gamber
…………………………………8 Robert E. Gamber
…………………………………*2nd Husband of Helen E. Wunsch:
…………………………………+Henry Van Ryn    1899 –
……………………………….. 8 Ralph H. Van Ryn
…………………………………8 Frank Van Ryn
……………………………….7 Girl Wunsch 1906 – 1906
……………………………….7 Anna Ruth Wunsch
……………………………….7 Doris Christina Wunsch
…………………………………..+Richard Wennig
…………………………………..8  Raymond Wennig
…………………….5 Agnes Wunsch    1829 – 1895
……………………….+Thomas B. Barr 1813 – 1900
………………………..6  Louisa Jane Barr    1856 – 1924
………………………..   +Daniel Esterbrook    1860 – 1926
……………………….6  Caroline M. Barr    1849 – 1928
……………………..5 Karl Wunsch    1830 –

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……………………..5 Genovefa Wunsch 1832 – 1901
………………………..+Adam Umlor    1825 – 1906
………………………..6 Marsetta Umlor  1874 –
………………………..   +William Secor
…………………………6 John Umlor    1850 –
……………………………+Catherine    1862 –
……………………………7 Edward Umlor 1885 –
……………………………7 Albert J. Umlor    – 1882
…………………………6 Catherine Amelia Umlor 1852 –
…………………………6 Caroline Umlor  1854 – 1919
……………………………    +Antone Thiel    1840 – 1919
……………………………..7 Emma Thiel    1874 –
……………………………..7 Caroline Thiel    1876 –
……………………………..    7 Frank Thiel    1879 –
………………………………7 Roena Amelia Thiel    1880 – 1971
………………………………   +Stephen Emery Badgley    1868 – 1936
…………………………………8 Harold Stephen Badgley    1900 –
……………………………………+Cleo Irene Ferguson    1903 –
……………………………………9 Virginia Maxine Badgley
………………………………………..+John Pringnitz
………………………………………..10      Living Pringnitz
………………………………………..10      Living Pringnitz
……………………………………9 Beverly Irene Badgley    1926 – 1989
………………………………………+Leo Dorton Worgess
………………………………………10      Living Worgess
……………………………………..    +Brandes
…………………………………….    *2nd Husband of Living Worgess:
……………………………………    +Davis
…………………………………..    10      Living Worgess
……………………………………..    +Larry Lawrence Turnbull
…………………………………….  10      Living Worgess
………………………………………………+Courtemanche
………………………………………10      Living Worgess
………………………………….. …10      Living Worgess
……………………………………..    +Ritchie
…………………………………….          *2nd Wife of Living Worgess:
……………………………………………..    +Mills
…………………………………………….  *3rd Wife of Living Worgess:
……………………………………………..    +Smith
……………………………………….10      Leo Dorton Worgess
……………………………………9 Patricia Ann Badgley
………………………………………+William Wright
………………………………………10      Living Wright
…………………………………….. 10      Living Wright
…………………………………….. 10      Living Wright
…………………………………….  10      Living Wright
…………………………………..9 Living Badgley
……………………………………..+Brayton
……………………………………..10      Living Badgley
……………………………………..10      Living Badgley
……………………………………..10    Living Badgley
……………………………………..10      Living Badgley
……………………………………..10      Living Badgley
………………………………..8 Gracie Caroline Badgley    1901 – 1924
………………………………..8 Goldie Irene Badgley    1909 – 1910
………………………………..8 William Thiel Badgley

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………………………………..8 Wilma Alice Badgley
…………………………………….+Leonard Arthur Morris
……………………………………9 Living Morris
………………………………………+Russell Vernon Thiel
………………………………………10      Living Thiel
……………………………………..    +Radke
…………………………………….  10      Living Thiel
……………………………………………..    +Sinchak
…………………………………….. 10      Living Thiel
………………………………………10      Living Thiel
……………………………………..    +Luscumb
…………………………………..9 Living Morris
……………………………………..+Rawlings
……………………………………..10      Living Morris
……………………………………..         +LaFreniere
………………………………………10      Living Morris
……………………………………..    +Long
…………………………………….  10      Living Morris
……………………………………..    +Harrold
…………………………………….  10      Living Morris
…………………………………….. 10     Living Morris
…………………………………..9 Living Morris
……………………………………..+Living Coon
……………………………………..10      Living Morris
………………………………7 Peter A. Thiel    1882 –
……………………………..    7 William J. Thiel    1885 –
………………………………7 Bertha K. Thiel    1889 –
………………………………7 Antone Thiel    1892 –
……………………………6  Peter Umlor    1857 – 1880
……………………………6 Mathias Eugene Umlor    1858 – 1914
……………………………….+Mary H.    1862 – 1935
……………………………….7 Charles Umlor    1885 – 1893
……………………………….7 Oliver P. Umlor    1887 –
……………………………….7 Leo Umlor    1889 – 1923
………………………………….+Myrtle Helferich
………………………………..7 Margurite M. Umlor 1891 –
……………………………………+George Gilbert
…………………………………7 Royal J. Umlor    1894 – 1968
……………………………………+Ruby E. Hawkins
………………………………….7 Lillian Umlor    1896 – 1896
………………………………….7 Lester Umlor    1898 –
…………………………..6  Abalonia Umlor    1860 –
…………………………..6     Anna G. Umlor    1862 – 1940
………………………………+Michael Anthony Clees    1853 – 1916
………………………………7 Francis E. Clees    1885 – 1943
…………………………………+Elllen Cox
……………………………… 7 Rose E. Clees    1886 – 1943
……………………………….7 Florence Clees    1888 – 1968
……………………………….7 Perry A. Clees    1891 – 1909
……………………………….7 Earl Alphonzo Clees 1902 – 1962
……………………………….7 Nellie Clees    1893 –
………………………………. 7 Lottie Clees    1895 – 1960
……………………………..6 Salome Umlor    1865 –
………………………………..+George Eller
……………………………..    6 Emily Umlor    1868 –
………………………………6 Susan Charlotte Umlor 1869 –
………………………………6 Charles Edward Umlor    1870 – 1882
………………………………6 Andrew Umlor    1871 –
………………………………….+Hattie Foote    1879 – 1946
………………………………….7 Baby Umlor    1900 –
………………………………6 Mary C. Umlor    1874 –
………………………………6 Edward Don Charles Umlor    1870 – 1882
……………………………..    6 Joseph Umlor    1872 –

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…………………………..5  Charles Wunsch    – 1873
……………………………….+Ida A. Haight      1847 –
……………………………….6 Ida Wunsch
………………………………….+John Armitage
……………………………5 John Anthony Wunsch 1837 – 1907
………………………………+Anna Peplow    1857 –
………………………………6 Jessie Caroline Wunsch    1880 –
…………………………………+Otto P.T. Friedrich    1873 – 1922
………………………………6 Lois Wunsch
………………………………6 baby Wunsch    1881 –
……………………………5 Barbara Wunsch    1839 – 1908
……………………………….+Mathias Snyder    – 1900
……………………………….6 Caroline Snyder    1856 –
……………………………….6  Anthony Snyder    1858 –
……………………………….6 Mary Catharine Snyder 1860 –
……………………………… 6 Agnes Snyder    1862 –
……………………………….6  Charles Francisco Snyder    1869 –
……………………………………+Laura Alice Burgess
…………………………………..7 Ernest Lee Snyder
………………………………..6 William Snyder    1871 –
………………………………..6 Peter Snyder    1875 –
………………………………..6 John Snyder    1871 –
………………………………….2nd Husband of Barbara Wunsch:
………………………………….+Caleb Bennett
……………………………….5 Mary Wunsch    1843 –
………………………..4 Maria Elisabeth Herr    1804 – 1805
………………………..4 Maria Elisabeth Herr    1805 – 1806
………………………..4 Fidel Herr    1807 – 1808
………………………..4 Maria Anna Herr    1809 – 1809
………………………..4 Johanna Herr    1810 – 1868
…………………………..+Bennajak Holbrook
…………………………..5     Sarah Holbrook    1842 –
…………………………..5  Rosenie Holbrook    1843 –
…………………………..5     John Holbrook    1848 –
…………………………..5  Mary Frances Holbrook    1855 – 1940
………………………..4      Fidel Herr    1812 – 1894
………………………..    +Joanna Euphemia Wilsey    1826 – 1910
………………………………5 John H. Herr    1845 – 1864
………………………………5 Theressa Hannah Herr    1848 – 1938
……………………………… +Minot S. Weed    1844 – 1930
……………………………….  6 Jennie May Weed    1870 – 1893
……………………………….5 Marretta C. Herr    1850 – 1922
………………………………….+Alburtus Barnes    1848 – 1907
………………………………….6 Donna Barnes
………………………………….6 Earl John Barnes
…………………………………    +Mary Barbara Peffer
…………………………………….7 Leonard Barnes
…………………………………….7 Lon Barnes
………………………………….6 Fidal Barnes    – 1883
………………………………….6 Johanna Barnes    – 1887
………………………………….6 Mildred Barnes
………………………………….6 George Barnes    1872 –
………………………………….6 Reuben Barnes    1882 – 1918
………………………………….6  Olive Mae Barnes 1890 – 1907
……………………………………..+Carol Alton Richardson
………………………………………7 Carol Richardson
……………………………………..  7      Marietta Richardson
……………………………………….    +Shields
……………………………………6 Lucina Barnes    1895 – 1928
……………………………….5 James Herr    1850 –
……………………………….5 Melvina Harriet Herr  1852 – 1938
………………………………….+James K. Joy    1846 – 1885
.

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…………………………………6 Lydia O. Joy    1874 –
…………………………………….+James McNabb     1882 –
…………………………………….7 Edna Joy McNabb 1911 –
…………………………………….  +Richard Brewer 1911-1978
………………………………………..8 David Brewer
………………………………….6 James K. Joy 1876 – 1973
……………………………………..+Ella Beckhold    1880 – 1963
……………………………………..7 Charles Joy 1911 – 1940s
…………………………………………+Not Married
……………………………………..7 Roy Joy 1914 –
………………………………………..+Marie Goodman
……………………………………..7 Dorothy Joy    1902 – 1996
………………………………………..+Dale Liscum     1903 -1970
………………………………………..8      Marian Jane Liscum     1923 -1999
………………………………………..    +Russell Charles Harper 1923-1985
…………………………………………    9 John Harper.
9 William Harper 1944-1967
Dana Klessen
Jill Harper
9  Nancy Harper
………………………………………………….+Michael A. Fulkerson
10 Joshua Fulkerson
9 Mary L. Harper
……………………………………….8 Signa Liscum (1925-1925).
8 Lois Joy Liscum
……………………………………………+William Dexter 1927     – 1996
…………………………………………….9 Gail Dexter
+ Richard Fahoome
…………………………………………….9 Robert Dexter
+ Kathy
…………………………………………….9 Linda Dexter
+ Ray Koenig
……………………………………..7 Warren Joy 1903 – 1982
………………………………………..+Ora Goers 1905 – 1983
………………………………………..8      James C. Joy 1928-2003
………………………………………..    +Marion Gustafson    1928 – 1995
………………………………………  .8      Carol Avis Joy
………………………………………………+Norman Balone
……………………………………..7 Ruth Joy 1906 – 1994
………………………………………..+Leo Douglas    1904 – 1997
………………………………………..8      Paul M. Douglas
………………………………………..    +Judy Barrett
…………………………………6 Mark Joy 1878 – 1961
…………………………………….+Bertha Ostrander 1880 – 1964
……………………………………7 Leona M. Joy    1907 – 1927
………………………………….. 7 Leon G. Joy    1905 – 1905
……………………………………7 Everett Joy
………………………………….. 7 Lydia Joy
………………………………………+Burton Greenman
………………………………………8 Viola Greenman
………………………….. …………8 Fred Geng 1913 -1987
…………………………………………9 Estelle Joy Geng
…………………………………..7 M. Lewander Joy
……………………………….5 William Clarence Herr 1853 – 1897
…………………………………..+Sarah Eunice Bills 1857 – 1937
…………………………………….6 Maud Jayne Herr    1879 – 1947
……………………………………….+George Tyre    1876 – 1943
……………………………………….7      Lucille Edith Tyre    1905 –
……………………………………….    +Donald Hamilton
……………………………………….    8  Shirley Jean Hamilton
………………………………………        +Edgar M. Morse
……………………………………………      9 Brian Donald Morse

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…………………………………….6 Fred Fidele Herr  1881 – 1943
………………………………………..+Rose Margurette Gasner 1881 – 1955
………………………………………..7 Harold Herr    1905 – 1972
……………………………………………+Margaret Berry 1910 – 1997
………………………………………………8 David Herr
……………………………………………..    8 Charles Herr
………………………………………………8 Jimmy Herr
…………………………………………7      Helen Sabine Herr    1907 – 1991
………………………………………………+Russell Edward Wood 1904 – 1999
………………………………………………8  Russell Alan Wood    1933 – 1998
…………………………………………………+Isabel Catherine DeMattia    1933 – 1999
…………………………………………………9 Russell Anthony Wood 1955 – 2005
……………………………………………………+Pamela Ann Barnes
……………………………………………………..10 Russell Anderson Wood
……………………………………………………..10 Tanya Leann Wood
…………………………………………………….. 10 Joshua James Wood
……………………………………………………….*2nd Wife of Russell Anthony Wood:
……………………………………………………….+Nanette
…………………………………………………..9 Susan Catherine Wood
………………………………………………………+John Meechan
………………………………………………………10 Danielle Nicole Meechan
………………………………………………………10 Ashley Meechan
……………………………………………………9 Mary Rose Wood
……………………………………………………….+Eric Kananen
……………………………………………………….10      Jason Robert Kananen
………………………………………………………..10      Jonathan Kananen
……………………………………………………9 Christopher Michael Wood
……………………………………………………….+Tanya Henry
………………………………………………………..10      Cole Alexander Wood
…………………………………………………….9 Paul Arthur Wood 1960 – 2006
…………………………………………………….9 Isabel Ann Wood
……………………………………………………….+Ray Scarlett
……………………………………………………….10      Isabel Jean Scarlett
……………………………………………………….10      boy Scarlett
…………………………………………………….9 Daniel E. Wood
…………………………………………………….9 David Paul Wood
………………………………………………………..+1st Wife of David Paul Wood:
………………………………………………………….+Jennifer Lillian Kemper
…………………………………………………………..10  Amelia Catherine Wood
…………………………………………………………..*2nd Wife of David Paul Wood:
…………………………………………………………..+Treva Padgett
……………………………………………………………..10 Carson Alan Wood
……………………………………………..8 Gordon Barrie Wood
………………………………………………..+Roberta Faith Duncan
…………………………………………………9 Barrie Michael Wood
…………………………………………………….+Amy
………………………………………………8 Rodger Michael Wood
…………………………………………………+Joanne Mary Potocki
………………………………………………….9 Rodger Mark Wood
…………………………………………………….+Justine Sorrell
…………………………………………………….10 Thaddeus William Rodger Wood
……………………………………………………..10 Theodore Joseph Wood
………………………………………………….9  Thomas Augustine Wood
……………………………………………………..+Colleen Leightley
…………………………………………………. ….10      Meghan Wood
………………………………………………………10      Kaitlyn Wood
………………………………………………….9  Aimee Michelle Wood
……………………………………………………..+Robin Conrad
………………………………………..7 Norman Phillip Herr    1911 – 1974
…………………………………………..+Leota Lorena Unger    1913 – 1945
…………………………………………..8     Norman Lee Herr
………………………………………………+Patricia White
………………………………………………9 Derek Kevin Herr
……………………………………………8 Duane Kay Herr
……………………………………………….+Merliene Ann Berthelot

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…………………………………………..9 Laurie Ann Herr
……………………………………………………+Harry William Forster, Jr.
……………………………………………………10      Hope Marie Forster
……………………………………………………10      Mathew William Forster
………………………………………………………………*2nd Husband of Laurie Ann Herr:
……………………………………………………………..    +Terry William Payne
……………………………………………………10      Kellie Kristen Payne    1977 –
……………………………………….        *3rd Husband of Laurie Ann Herr:
……………………………………….          +Ron Ritter
………………………………………………………………*4th Husband of Laurie Ann Herr:
………………………………………………………………  +Louis Vallon
…………………………………………9 Lawrence Devan Herr
…………………………………………   *2nd Wife of Duane Kay Herr:
…………………………………………     +Paula Catherine Meliet
………………………………………..9    Dana Katherine Herr
……………..        *2nd Wife of Norman Phillip Herr:
……………………………..        +Margaretha Johanna deWaard 1916 –
…………………………..           8 Jack Herr    –
……………………………….         +Jeanne Johnson
…………………………………..      9  Brittany Herr
…………………………………..      9 Jackson Herr
.  …………………………….            *1st Wife of Jack Herr:
………………………………………..    +Nancy Heilman
………………………………………..9 Barbara Herr
……………………………………. 8 Margaret Rose Herr
………………………………………..+Davis
……………………………………….. 9 Aimee Herr
……………………………………….. 9  younger Herr
………………………………………..*2nd Husband of Margaret Rose Herr:
………………………………………..+James Riley Davis
………………………………………..9 Amy Davis
……………………………………….. 9  Christie Davis
……………………………………..8 Roger Herr
…………………………………….. +Marie Theresa Tamayo
……………………………………..    9 Roger Herr
……………………………………..    9 Eric Herr
……………………………………..    9 Jaqueline Herr
…………………………………….8  Helen Jane Herr
…………………………………….     9  None Herr
…………………………………………    +John Tack
……………………………………..8  Charles Herr
……………………………………..    +Deborah Blair Greenwood
……………………………………..      9 Gabriel Herr
……………………………………..       9 Angela Herr
……………………………………..       9 Alysia Herr
…………………………………….  8 Lawrence Norman Herr
…………………………………….     +Lavinia
…………………………………….        9 Adrienne Nicole Herr
…………………………6 William Clarence Herr 1889 – 1967
………………………………………..+Elizabeth Sherwood    1887 – 1973
………………………………………..7      Clinton Herr
………………………………………..7      William Clarence Herr 1912 – 1980
………………………………………………8 Suzanne Herr
…………………………………………………+Smith
…………………………………………7     George Herr 1916 –
…………………………………………7      Mack Herr     1918 –
…………………………6  John Fidel Herr  1893 – 1981
…………………………………………+Edith Helen Tyre    1891 – 1971
…………………………………………7      Sarah Ione Herr    1917 –
………………………………………..    +Evans McInturff

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……………………………………….7 Helen Edith Herr
……………………………………….    +Michael Miles
……………………………………….    8 Lauraine Miles
…………………………………………………+Ronald Melragni
…………………………………………………9 Christine Nickolas Melragni
……………………………………………………+John Gawryk
…………………………………………………9 Michael Melragni
…………………………………………………   +Ruth
…………………………………………………9 Timothy Nickolas Melragni
……………………………………………….8 Suzan Miles
………………………………………………….+Rudy Keller
………………………………………………….9 Andrea Keller
……………………………………………………. +Dave Fluent
………………………………………………….9 Jennifer Keller
………………………………………………….9  Douglas Keller
……………………………………………….8 Mickie Miles
………………………………………………….+Tony Malic
………………………………………………….9 Tony Malic
………………………………………………….9 Kevin Malic
………………………………………………….9 Carl Malic
………………………………………………….9 Elizabeth Malic
……………………………………………….7 Grace Elizabeth Herr 1920 – 1997
……………………………………………….7 Elizabeth Betty Ruth Herr
………………………………………………….+Douglas Gordon
…………………………………………………..8 Cathie Gordon
…………………………………………………..   +Dave McDougal
……………………………………………………   9 Patricia McDougal
………………………………………………………9 Noll McDougal
……………………………………………………8 Betty Gordon
………………………………………………………+Lloyd Kerr
………………………………………………………9 Megan Kerr
…………………………………………………….8 Barbara Gordon
……………………………………………………….+Gerry McMurdie
…………………………………………………….8 Linda Gordon
……………………………………………………….+Wayne
…………………………………………………….8 Brent Gordon
……………………………………………………….+Chris Kerr
……………………………………………………….9 Joanna Austyn Gordon
……………………………………………….7 Joanne Lucille Herr    1926 – 1997
………………………………………………….+Wallace Richard Scott
………………………………………………….8 John Wallace Scott
……………………………………………………..+Carol Ann Tidwell
………………………………………………………9 Daniel Leonard Scott
………………………………………………………9 Christopher John Scott
………………………………………………………9 Eric Michael Scott
…………………………………………………..8 Pamela Scott
……………………………………………………..+Roy Hall
………………………………………………………9 Roy Hall
………………………………………………………9 Annette Hall
……………………………………………………8 Patricia Scott
………………………………5 Jennie A. Herr 1863 – 1865

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…………………………….. 5  Jessie Cornelia Herr 1866 – 1937
………………………………….+John Rattenbury    1865 – 1934
………………………………….6  Minnie Johanna Rattenbury    1887 –
……………………………………..+Austin
…………………………………..6 Josephine Violet Rattenbury    1890 –
……………………………………..+Peter Croft
……………………………………..7 Margaret Croft
…………………………………………+James Slaughter
………………………………………7 Lloyd Lesley Croft
……………………………………….7      Stanley John Croft
…………………………………..6 Harry J. Rattenbury 1896 – 1918
…………………………………..6 Marietta Rattenbury  1900 –
……………………………………….+Scheel
…………………………………..6  Anna Ilene Rattenbury    1903 –
……………………………………….+Brinkman    1900 –
………………………………………..7      Carol Brinkman
………………………………………..7      Joseph Casper Brinkman
……………………….4 Maria Theresa Herr 1813 –
……………………… 4 Carl Anton Herr 1814 – 1814
……………………….4 Marianne Herr 1817 – 1817
……………….            *2nd Wife of Fidelius Herr:
…………………….       +Maria Anna Hauser    1793 – 1868
………………………..4 Joseph Anton Herr    1820 – 1830
………………………..4 Carl Herr    1822 – 1822
………………………..4 Maria Barbara Herr    1824 – 1879
…………………………..+Francis George    1815 – 1877
…………………………..5     Emily George    1847 –
…………………………..5     Dillon George    1849 –
…………………………..5  Lester George    1852 –
………………………………6 Edwin George
…………………………..5     Fidell George    1855 –
…………………………..5     Maretta George    1858 –
…………………………..5  Francis George    1867 –
………………………..4 Marianne Herr    1826 – 1891
…………………………..+Anthony German    1821 – 1891
…………………………..5     John A. German    1857 –
…………………………….    +Christine    1854 – 1910
…………………………….    6 Francis R. German    1884 – 1971
………………………………6 Clara German    1889 –
………………………………    +Frank Davis    1895 –
…………………………….5  Rose German    1879 –
………………………..4 Franziska Herr    1828 – 1828
………………………..4 Carl Herr    1829 – 1831
………………………..4 Ignatius Enoch Herr    1831 – 1908
………………………..4 Joseph Herr    1834 – 1917
………………………..4 Clarissa Herr    1835 – 1911
………….3 Johanna Herr    1784 –
……..    2   Ludwig Herr    1731 – 1810
…………..+Theresia Klar 1731 –
……………3 Theresia Herr
……………….+Gottfried Hennet
……..     2 Richard Herr    1734/35 –
……..

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2  Johann Bernhard Herr    1738 – 1814
………….+Magdalena Glaser
………….3      Maria Anna Herr    1763 – 1814
………..    +Dionys Bogner    1751 – 1826
……….    4 Bernhard Bogner    1781 – 1813
………………….+Christina Vogel    1778 – 1813
………………….5 Dionys Bogner    1808 – 1882
…………………….+Katharina Gormann    1811 – 1872
…………………….6 Konrad Bogner    1830 – 1832
……………………6 Genovefa Bogner 1833 – 1834
……………………6 Franz Anton Bogner  1836 – 1899
……………………….+Eleonore Graf    1831 – 1907
……………………….7 Josef Bogner    1865 – 1943
…………………………..+Karoline Decker 1870 – 1909
…………………………..8 Albertina Bogner    1899 – 1980
……………………………..    +Friedrich Braun    1896 – 1966
…………………………….  9 Margarethe Braun    1922 – 1983
…………………………………+Josef Genter    1922 – 1999
…………………………………10 Friedrich Heinrich Braun
………………………………………+Beatrice Walter
………………………………………*2nd Wife of Friedrich Heinrich Braun:
……………………………………..+Maria Elisabeth Kohler
…………………………………..10  Josef Genter
………………………………………..+Anneliese Krumm
…………………………..8 Franz Anton Bogner    1900 –
…………………………..8 Euphrosina Bogner    1902 –
…………………………..8     Ida Bogner
…………………………..8     Karoline Bogner 1909 – 1911
………………………………2nd Wife of Josef Bogner:
………………………………..Anna Burkard 1889 – 1955
…………………………..8  Karolina Bogner    1912 – 1991
………………………………+Julius Hilbrecht
…………………………..8     Maria Anna Bogner
……………………….7 Ignaz Bogner    1866 – 1923
………………………….+Maria Anna Weber    1881 – 1934
…………………….6 Josef Bogner    1838 – 1883
………………………   +Ottilie Weber    1840 –
…………………….6 Euphrosine Bogner 1840 – 1917
…………………….6 Bernhard Bogner 1843 – 1880
………………………..+Helene Hund    1846 – 1894
………………………..7      Euphrosine Bogner    1872 – 1930
………………………..    +Josef Schindler
……………………….7      Josef Bogner    1873 – 1958
………………………..7      Luise Bogner    1875 –
……………………..6 Reinhard Bogner    1846 –
……………………..6 Friedrich Bogner    1850 –
…………………….. 6 Katharina Bogner    1852 – 1877
…………………5 Bernhard Bogner    1810 – 1812
………………..  5 Maria Anna Bogner    1812 – 1814
………………4 Genovefa Bogner    1782 – 1798
………………4 Franz Michael Bogner    1784 – 1792
………………4 Barbara Bogner    1786 –
………………4 Franz Xaver Bogner    1787 – 1860
…………………+Maria Anna Vierling
………………4  Melchior Bogner    1789 – 1790
………………4  Leo Bogner    1801 –
………………4  Christina Bogner    1791 –
………………4  Anna Maria Bogner    1792 – 1793
………………4 Franziska Bogner    1795 – 1796
………………4 Martin Bogner    1798 –
2      Magdalena Herr    1743 – 1751
2      Elisabeth Herr    1745 – 1751
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