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Offline KMEvans

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Re: Help pls deciphering german records
« Reply #54 on: Tuesday 16 October 12 08:22 BST (UK) »
hi mattH, i understand from this thread that maria Röthlisberger is your 4th great grandmother, she is mine as well.  I just found out some really cool family info from another family member, Timothy Neaderhiser.  His Grandmother Mable Neaderhiser put it together back in 1981.  I've been trying to find out what Maria's history and unable to.    Here's my connections.. I'm also on ancestry.com

Title: Re: Help pls deciphering Swiss baptism records
Post by: MattH on Tuesday 08 November 11 21:33 GMT (UK)
Adrian/Justin,
Here are two more records I need help deciphering. The top one is the baptismal record from my fourth great-grandmother, Maria Rothlisberger, who was born in Langnau. The second is from my third great grandmother, Magdalene Messerli. While I'm more interested in understanding the entire record, if all you have time for is to decipher the occupation of the fathers, that's fine with me. Thanks for your time and help!


Maria Rothlisberger (1797 - )
is your 4th great grandmother
Fredrick Neaderhiser (1835 - 1914)
Son of Maria
Edward Neaderhiser (1872 - 1936)
Son of Fredrick
Roy Edward Neaderhiser (1894 - 1958)
Son of Edward
Edward Lawrence Neaderhiser (1916 - 1985)
Son of Roy Edward
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Daughter of Edward Lawrence
Kathyrn Marie Evans
You are the daughter of *

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Re: Help pls deciphering german records
« Reply #55 on: Friday 26 October 12 23:56 BST (UK) »
Hi,
I'm sorry to inform you, but, we're not related. I was also mistaken--Maria Rothlisberger is my third great grandmother. She was born in 1839 and was not married to a person named Neaderhiser. Sorry!

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