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Rettenwald or Recklenwald ?
Posted by: Joyce Irene Hayward (ID *****2130) Date: May 27, 2002 at 13:22:24
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ALONZO LEWELLYN TREAT, b: May 4, 1840 in Greenfield, Mercer County, PA, m: LUCINDA WOODWARD MANSON, b: May 25-1846, daughter of JOHN CHARLES and SARAH MANSON.

THERESA MATILDA TREAT, b: Nov. 9, 1864, m: JOHN LATSCH, b: Sep. 4, 1858

IRENE MARTHA TREAT, b: May 4, 1871, m: MICHAEL LATSCH, b: Jun. 12, 1864


Marriage Certificate #100

JOHANN MICHAEL LATSCH, 27, born in Wetzlar 11 Mar 1830, miner, son of MICHAEL LATSCH, 56 years old, road watchman, resident of Dudweiler and his wife ANNA MARIA HOLZMUNDER, 48, both parents consenting to the marriage

Bride: CATHARINA MARGARETHA HOLZER, 29, born 13 Dec 1827, daughter of JOHANN HOLZER, 63, present and consents to the marriage and his deceased wife MARIA RETTENWALD, who died 9 Nov 1850.

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Death Certificate #219

d: 3 Dec 1867 MARGARETHA HOLZER, 40, residence Dudweiler, wife of MICHEL LATSCH [d: 15 Jan 1910, m: 26 Nov 1857] daughter of the deceased JOHANN HOLZER, farmer and his wife MARIA RECKLENWALD



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