Laur Family and others

Genealogy of the Laur, Lauer, Soos families together with information on cities in Germany including Laichingen, Feldstetten and Machtolsheim.

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30501 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 181b.FTW]

married 6/21/1842 folio 474.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 474.FTW]

married 6/21/1842 folio 474. 
LAUR, Barbara (I07362)
 
30502 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 186b.FTW]

Married 1886 folio 26. 
LAUR, Katharina (I07594)
 
30503 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 186b.FTW]

Married 1888 folio 27. 
LAUR, Michael (I07595)
 
30504 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 186b.FTW]

Married 6/11/1889 folio 72. 
LAUR, Barbara (I07599)
 
30505 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 187b.FTW]

Folio 107.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 322b.FTW]

Folio 107.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 107a.FTW]

Folio 107. 
Family F0409
 
30506 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 187b.FTW]

Lived in US 56 years - in Clarksville which was between Suspension
Bridge and Niagara Falls 
LAUR, Vitus (I07648)
 
30507 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 187b.FTW]

Uncle Don believes this is only Johannes - not Johannes Georg[Family Register 1842 - Pg 124b.FTW]

Uncle Don believes this is only Johannes - not Johannes Georg 
LAUR, Johannes Georg (I07656)
 
30508 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 193c.FTW]

Married folio 193 c.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married folio 193 c.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married folio 193 c. 
MANGOLD, Michael (I08101)
 
30509 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 194.FTW]

Ten children born in this union. Only two lived to marry. [Family Register 1808 - Pg 200.FTW]

Ten children born in this union. Only two lived to marry. [Family Register 1808 - Pg 417.FTW]

Ten children born in this union. Only two lived to marry. [Family Register 1773 - Pg 108d.FTW]

Ten children born in this union. Only two lived to marry.  
MANGOLD, Daniel (I08128)
 
30510 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 196.FTW]

Married 1839.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 210b.FTW]

Married 1839.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 211.FTW]

Married 1839. 
MANGOLD, Johann Georg (I08297)
 
30511 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 200b.FTW]

Married 4/17/1823 folio 200 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married 4/17/1823 folio 200 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married 4/17/1823 folio 200 b. 
MANGOLD, Heinrich (I08771)
 
30512 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married 1850 folio 218 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 218.FTW]

Married 1850 folio 218 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 218b.FTW]

Married 1850 folio 218 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 218b.FTW]

Married 1850 folio 218 b. 
MANGOLD, Michael (I08811)
 
30513 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married folio 201 b.[Family Register 1808- Pg 201b.FTW]

Married folio 201 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married folio 201 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 200a.FTW]

Married folio 201 b. 
MANGOLD, Matthaus (I08819)
 
30514 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married folio 202b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 202b.FTW]

Married folio 202b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 355.FTW]

Married folio 202b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married folio 202b. 
MANGOLD, Daniel (I08821)
 
30515 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married folio 213.[Family Register 1808 - PG 213.FTW]

Married folio 213.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married folio 213. 
MANGOLD, Bernhard (I08820)
 
30516 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 201.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 219.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 347b.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 372.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 120b.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 158b.FTW]

Married folio 347 b.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 190d.FTW]

Married folio 347 b. 
MANGOLD, Apollonia (I08817)
 
30517 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

According to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in email of 11/13/97, Gertrude said she and siblings were raised in Lutheran orphanage in Buffalo, NY. Her grandfather J. Georg Schwenkbeck lost a leg, then later the other one.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

According to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in email of 11/13/97, Gertrude said she and siblings were raised in Lutheran orphanage in Buffalo, NY. Her grandfather J. Georg Schwenkbeck lost a leg, then later the other one. 
SCHWENKBECK, Gertrude Florence (I09156)
 
30518 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

After the divorce of this couple, the children went to live with William Schwenkbeck and Mollie. After Mollie died in 1926, the children were old enough to be on their own, but the children of William and Mollie were placed in an orphanage. All this according to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in 11/97.

John was baptized Johannes Jacob. He was a stationary engineer for the Niagara Falls Board of Education. This according to Juanita Halliday Josey's FTM data.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

After the divorce of this couple, the children went to live with William Schwenkbeck and Mollie. After Mollie died in 1926, the children were old enough to be on their own, but the children of William and Mollie were placed in an orphanage. All this according to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in 11/97.

John was baptized Johannes Jacob. He was a stationary engineer for the Niagara Falls Board of Education. This according to Juanita Halliday Josey's FTM data. 
SCHWENKBECK, John J. (I09027)
 
30519 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SCHOENFELD, Karlheinz (I08993)
 
30520 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ANDREWS, Gerald Daniel II (I09093)
 
30521 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

George's death notice listed sister Mrs. Jacob Hiller, Oneida, NY and a sister in Germany
May be married to Frank Swan - spoke with Gail at St. Mary's School for the Deaf - 834-7200 on July 17, 2001 - can't find without last name but will try.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

George's death notice listed sister Mrs. Jacob Hiller, Oneida, NY and a sister in Germany
May be married to Frank Swan - spoke with Gail at St. Mary's School for the Deaf - 834-7200 on July 17, 2001 - can't find without last name but will try.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

George's death notice listed sister Mrs. Jacob Hiller, Oneida, NY and a sister in Germany
May be married to Frank Swan - spoke with Gail at St. Mary's School for the Deaf - 834-7200 on July 17, 2001 - can't find without last name but will try.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 168a.FTW]

George's death notice listed sister Mrs. Jacob Hiller, Oneida, NY and a sister in Germany
May be married to Frank Swan - spoke with Gail at St. Mary's School for the Deaf - 834-7200 on July 17, 2001 - can't find without last name but will try. 
SCHWENKBECK, Barbara (I08986)
 
30522 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 249b.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 315d.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 168a.FTW]

He is shown as a weaver in L. and also as soldier. The place of death is not readable, but apparently not in Laichingen. First two children born to this couple, but before their marriage. This family is a sad story with two children going to America; parents dying so young. A total of 12 babies born to this couple. Only six survived, the ones I have recorded on fam. record.

Karlheinz Schoenfeld said in email of 5 Nov 1997, that his wife has deciperhed FR entry as, "1885 entwichen." Escaped would be the harsh word of the pastor making the entry. KH, according to family legend, believes Michael died in NY State before the last of his children came to NY, Buffalo area.

Was this our Michael????:
Schwenk, Michael Michael Schwenk - {SCHWENK}
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Roll-Box: 551
Roll-Exct: 125
Roll-Rec: 1791
Allegiance: Union
Misc:
Unit: 56 N. Y. Infantry. 
SCHWENKBECK, Michael (I08982)
 
30523 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

He was also a brewer before he became train engineer.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

He was also a brewer before he became train engineer.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

He was also a brewer before he became train engineer.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 168a.FTW]

He was also a brewer before he became train engineer. 
ERZ, Johann Georg (I08990)
 
30524 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HALLIDAY, Kenneth Robert (I09070)
 
30525 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ANDREWS, Loretta Diane (I09090)
 
30526 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BARTLETT, David Charles (I09078)
 
30527 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

Margret arr. Oct 1923 at Ellis Island. Travelled by train to Utica and was picked up by her Aunt Agnes Schwenkbeck Hiller and husband Jack. By hearsay from Aunt Agnes (Jackie), Margret says (to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in Jan. 1997) that Michael Schwenkbeck was dead by the time the last of his children arrived in NY from Laichingen (that ca. 1888).[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

Margret arr. Oct 1923 at Ellis Island. Travelled by train to Utica and was picked up by her Aunt Agnes Schwenkbeck Hiller and husband Jack. By hearsay from Aunt Agnes (Jackie), Margret says (to Karlheinz Schoenfeld in Jan. 1997) that Michael Schwenkbeck was dead by the time the last of his children arrived in NY from Laichingen (that ca. 1888). 
ERZ, Margret (I09009)
 
30528 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

Never married. Corporal US Army 1950s. Worked at Niacet Corp. Was a diabetic.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

Never married. Corporal US Army 1950s. Worked at Niacet Corp. Was a diabetic. 
SCHWENKBECK, George James (I09062)
 
30529 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

Not the Jacob HIller who was buried from Zion in September of 1959.
[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

Not the Jacob HIller who was buried from Zion in September of 1959.
[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

Not the Jacob HIller who was buried from Zion in September of 1959.
[Family Register 1842 - Pg 168a.FTW]

Not the Jacob HIller who was buried from Zion in September of 1959. 
HILLER, Jacob (I09007)
 
30530 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SCHWENKBECK, John Alvin (I09033)
 
30531 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

NYC Archives ship log search 4/29/97 (this all from Kh Schoenfeld). Age 15, arrived 8 jun 1888 via the California. Death per Zion. He was shown as shoemaker by trade. Obit shows survived by sister in Buffalo and brother, Henry, local.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

NYC Archives ship log search 4/29/97 (this all from Kh Schoenfeld). Age 15, arrived 8 jun 1888 via the California. Death per Zion. He was shown as shoemaker by trade. Obit shows survived by sister in Buffalo and brother, Henry, local.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

NYC Archives ship log search 4/29/97 (this all from Kh Schoenfeld). Age 15, arrived 8 jun 1888 via the California. Death per Zion. He was shown as shoemaker by trade. Obit shows survived by sister in Buffalo and brother, Henry, local.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 168a.FTW]

NYC Archives ship log search 4/29/97 (this all from Kh Schoenfeld). Age 15, arrived 8 jun 1888 via the California. Death per Zion. He was shown as shoemaker by trade. Obit shows survived by sister in Buffalo and brother, Henry, local. 
SCHWENKBECK, Johannes (I08987)
 
30532 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

Probably raised at St Mary's School for the Deaf in Buffalo, NY
[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

Probably raised at St Mary's School for the Deaf in Buffalo, NY 
RILEY, Maria Matilda (I09039)
 
30533 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 202.FTW]

Probably raised at St Mary's School for the Deaf in Buffalo, NY[Family Register 1842 - Pg 13a.FTW]

Probably raised at St Mary's School for the Deaf in Buffalo, NY 
RILEY, Agnes (I09040)
 
30534 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HALLIDAY, Juanita Ann (I09074)
 
30535 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 22.FTW]

Heinrich operated the community oven. His son Heinrich was one of triplets born while his father was at
the ovens. After completing the first batch of bread he returned home to find himself a father and gave thanks to God. He then returned to the ovens. After the next batch he found himself doubly a father, and prayed again. After the third batch he found his last son, Heinrich. At this point his prayer was  
B, Heinrich (I00898)
 
30536 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 229b.FTW]

They moved to Widderstall 6 May 1830. 
MANNHART, Johannes (I10852)
 
30537 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 244.FTW]

Folio 81 b.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 236.FTW]

Folio 81 b.[Family Register 1842 - Pg 81b.FTW]

Folio 81 b. 
Family F1343
 
30538 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 245.FTW]

According to the Fam. Register where this info. was obtain, Maria Agnes was blind since 1819. [Family Register 1808 - Pg 250.FTW]

According to the Fam. Register where this info. was obtain, Maria Agnes was blind since 1819. [Family Register 1773 - Pg 130c.FTW]

According to the Fam. Register where this info. was obtain, Maria Agnes was blind since 1819. [Family Register 1737 - Pg 359d.FTW]

According to the Fam. Register where this info. was obtain, Maria Agnes was blind since 1819.  
R, Maria Agnes (I11558)
 
30539 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 25.FTW]

Thirteen children born in this union. Most of the others died young.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 355.FTW]

Thirteen children born in this union. Most of the others died young.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 355b.FTW]

Thirteen children born in this union. Most of the others died young.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 355b.FTW]

Thirteen children born in this union. Most of the others died young. 
SAUTER, Johann Heinrich (I01059)
 
30540 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 251.FTW]

They had seven children, none of whom lived to marry. Wife remarried 18 nov 1812. She born two daughters who died in infancy.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 128f.FTW]

They had seven children, none of whom lived to marry. Wife remarried 18 nov 1812. She born two daughters who died in infancy.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 223c.FTW]

They had seven children, none of whom lived to marry. Wife remarried 18 nov 1812. She born two daughters who died in infancy.[Family Register 1737 - Pg 359c.FTW]

They had seven children, none of whom lived to marry. Wife remarried 18 nov 1812. She born two daughters who died in infancy. 
OSTERTAG, Tobias (I12448)
 
30541 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 292.FTW]

Folio 314.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 314.FTW]

Folio 314.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 107a.FTW]

Folio 314.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 188a.FTW]

Folio 314.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 202c.FTW]

Folio 314. 
Family F1200
 
30542 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 312.FTW]

On a family register, page 248b, where their dau. Catharine married Johannes Ostertag on 14 May 1833, Andreas is shown as Weberzunftmeister, the head of the weaving guild, the job his father had had, Bunzel Heinrich Schwenk[Family Register 1795 - Pg 32.FTW]

On a family register, page 248b, where their dau. Catharine married Johannes Ostertag on 14 May 1833, Andreas is shown as Weberzunftmeister, the head of the weaving guild, the job his father had had, Bunzel Heinrich Schwenk[Family Register 1773 - Pg 184b.FTW]

On a family register, page 248b, where their dau. Catharine married Johannes Ostertag on 14 May 1833, Andreas is shown as Weberzunftmeister, the head of the weaving guild, the job his father had had, Bunzel Heinrich Schwenk[Family Register 1773 - Pg 185c.FTW]

On a family register, page 248b, where their dau. Catharine married Johannes Ostertag on 14 May 1833, Andreas is shown as Weberzunftmeister, the head of the weaving guild, the job his father had had, Bunzel Heinrich Schwenk 
SCHWENK, Andreas (I15392)
 
30543 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 314b.FTW]

FR also shows Magdalena having gone to America. Year not stated for any of the three siblings who went to America. 
SCHWENKBECK, Magdalena (I15587)
 
30544 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 314b.FTW]

He was confirmed in 1854, thus his departure date to America was after that date. 
SCHWENKBECK, Johann Jacob (I15589)
 
30545 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 314b.FTW]

On the fam. register, it shows Ursula having gone to America. That would have to be after Aug. 1847. 
SCHWENKBECK, Ursula (I15586)
 
30546 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 316b.FTW]

Johann Georg fathered 7 children in these 2 marriages. All died in infancy with the exception of Johann Jakob Schwenk-Glenks.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 317.FTW]

Johann Georg fathered 7 children in these 2 marriages. All died in infancy with the exception of Johann Jakob Schwenk-Glenks. 
SCHWENKKLENKS, Johann Georg (I15776)
 
30547 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 327b.FTW]

His ancestry is that of the "Sontheim Schwenks" who came to Feldstetten in the late 1700s from Sontheim. All were tradesmen. None weavers. This is in a separate FTW file snthmswk I think.His ancestry is that of the "Sontheim Schwenks" who came to Feldstetten in the late 1700s from Sontheim. All were tradesmen. None weavers. This is in a separate FTW file snthmswk I think. 
SCHWENK, Johann Georg (I16483)
 
30548 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 332.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 375.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 486.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry.[Family Register 1795 - Pg 55a.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 170a.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 198c.FTW]

He fathered 10 children in 2 marriages. Five lived to marry. 
SCHWENK, Heinrich (I16768)
 
30549 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 346b.FTW]

Five other children died before the age of 14.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 346c.FTW]

Five other children died before the age of 14.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 407.FTW]

Five other children died before the age of 14.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 435.FTW]

Five other children died before the age of 14. 
SCHWENK-GLENKS, Johann Georg (I17696)
 
30550 [Family Register 1808 - Pg 346c.FTW]

He, like his father, grandfather and g-grandfather & gg-grandfather Schwenk became a teacher. He was shown as Schulmeister (schoolmaster) and addressed as Herr when he married.[Family Register 1808 - Pg 520.FTW]

He, like his father, grandfather and g-grandfather & gg-grandfather Schwenk became a teacher. He was shown as Schulmeister (schoolmaster) and addressed as Herr when he married.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 169a.FTW]

He, like his father, grandfather and g-grandfather & gg-grandfather Schwenk became a teacher. He was shown as Schulmeister (schoolmaster) and addressed as Herr when he married.[Family Register 1773 - Pg 191b.FTW]

He, like his father, grandfather and g-grandfather & gg-grandfather Schwenk became a teacher. He was shown as Schulmeister (schoolmaster) and addressed as Herr when he married. 
SCHWENK-GLENKS, Johann Heinrich (I17728)
 

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