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  1. Looking for family of Karl Franz Fritsche born 12/11/1882 in Leipzig, Maria Ludovka Jakobina Maijr born 24/08/1882 in Augsburg, Francisca Marga Fritsche born 22/02/1906 in Hamburg. Thank you.

  2. Looking for any Leisen Family member who since the late 1600 lived in Cochem and Treis-Karden, then Prussia – and presumably ended up in America from there

  3. Looking for any information about Albert Benkusky U.S. name. Might have changed his name, when immigrating from Poland,
    about 1880/1890 from Bienkiowski To Benkusky.


    1. I am looking for any information on the Baumgartner or Baumgardner Name from Germany. I have some information of 4-5 brothers coming here in the early 1800s to fight as mecenary soldiers. Help me. !!!