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Johann Gottlieb Kleiner from Munsterberg, Breslau, Prussia, Germany
« on: Wednesday 04 August 21 21:33 BST (UK) »
Iím looking for my 3x great grandfather, Johann Gottlieb Kleiner, a cabinetmaker, born about 1807 and died sometime after Nov 1876.  His wife was Franciska Klose, who was born about 1814 and died before Nov 1876.  The Kleiner  family lived in Muensterberg, Frankenstein, Prussia at the time.
The couple had two children that I know of.  A son, Heinrich Gustav Kleiner, (from whom Iím descended) on Sept 6, 1834 in Bernsdorf, Prussia? and died on April 7, 1889 in Breslau.  Also a daughter, Ernestine Wilhelmine Kleiner,  born Sept 17, 1836 in Munsterberg, Prussia and died Nov 11, 1876 in Munsterberg.
Iíve tried, Ancestry, Family Search, German genealogy groups on FB, and Archion.
Thank you for any help.



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Re: Johann Gottlieb Kleiner from Munsterberg, Breslau, Prussia, Germany
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 05 August 21 16:18 BST (UK) »
Thank you so much.  Iíve never seen any of these links before so Iíll check each one. Been looking for Johann for 15 years!  Will let you know if I find him.


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Re: Johann Gottlieb Kleiner from Munsterberg, Breslau, Prussia, Germany
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 07 August 21 21:12 BST (UK) »
Hi, thanks for your links concerning my search for Johann Kleiner from Munsterberg.  Iíve look through all the links at least twice, but unfortunately I didnít find my 3x grandfather or other ancestors.
However, the opening paragraphs about Silesia were interesting, and I learned more about the area. Thanks again for the help.