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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 18 August 11 13:51 BST (UK) »
The marriage of the parents (Hausvater & Hausmutter) is on the IGI (an Extracted record):

Johan Michael HUBER, born 27 Jun 1821, Stangenbach
Parents: Johann Martin HUBER and Maria Barbara WUXLE

married: 26 November 1850,  Evangelisch, Eberstadt, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg, to:

Rosina Phillipe KAESTLE, born 18 October 1829, Stangenbach
Parents: Christian Gottlieb KAESTLE and Clara Catherina SCHWENZER

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 18 August 11 13:59 BST (UK) »
Johan Michael died 17 March 1879
His wife Rosina Phillipa died 3 October 1873.

It looks to me , as if at  the time of thier respective parent's names being written in this Family book - only his mother was still living;  her parents and his father were all deceased. You can see the mark denoting they are deceased, has been made before writing in the name ater it and that the 'deceased-mark' has not been added later, because his mother's name has been written in without being indented.

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 01 November 12 16:58 GMT (UK) »
that's right abry as John married Rosina huber in 1893in Dublin and both parents dead could be same one


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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #21 on: Thursday 01 November 12 17:02 GMT (UK) »
thats man in America w
ho was looking
 for him he could be right

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #22 on: Thursday 31 January 13 21:23 GMT (UK) »
My great grandfather Gotlieb Huber born around 1852 came to America (Philadelphia) from Germany.
I think he was born in Wittenburg?  He married Mary Magdalene Lemancher, she was born in Luzerne and raised in Basil.  They had one child in Germany before coming to America where my grandmother, Carrie Huber was born in 1888.

I do not know anything else about him so I do not know if this is who you are looking for?

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #23 on: Friday 01 February 13 13:26 GMT (UK) »
my grand fathers brother was John Gotieb Huber.  But what i know about the family my great grand father was born in 1864 and he was the second youngest out of 6.  I think he was born in Weinberg Wutemberg or Baden.  If you could source a marriage cert for your great grand father it would give his fathers name.  But when my great grand parents married both his parents had passed on i have a photo of him also when he was getting married i could email it to you

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #24 on: Friday 01 February 13 19:22 GMT (UK) »
It's funny my father wrote my great grandfathers name as John Huber but I found a piece of paper with Gottlieb Huber written on it and that is the name listed on my grandmothers birth certificate.

I know nothing about him other than who he married, that he was from Wittenburg and about when they came to US (abt 1880).   Someone on Ancestery has a Gotlieb 1852 as the son of Johan Jacob Huber and Johanna Gottliebin Traub.  They had Christiane, Johan, Elisabethe, Johannes, Christof, Gotlieb and Regina.  They were born in Stangenbach.  Are any of these names on your tree?

Could you suggest how i could find marriage cert, I do not know where they were married or how to go about that.  I have just started my ancestry search:)

Thanks!

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Re: John Frederick Huber Family
« Reply #25 on: Friday 01 February 13 20:13 GMT (UK) »
Hi Sandy

The HUBER name is common, so is 'Gottlieb" ,and PA was a popular destination for may german origin familes.

We would need all possible information from the US records first about your HUBER family!
Possibly starting your own new topic and linking it to this one would be a good idea (or have a moderator split your question off from Blue's (David's) old topic for you)!

When did your Gottlieb HUBER die?
What were the full names and births of all his children? Including the one born in Germany.

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