Schäffeler von Buch SH

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Schäffeler von Buch SH

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awagenbach wrote:
Sun 18. Mar 2018, 02:33
... However, I am helping another family who lives near me in the USA. They have a grandfather born in Herblingen. The ancestors name from Buch was:

Maria Ursula Schaefler born 12 Dec 1790 in Buch and died 27 Dec 1840 in Herblingen. She married Isaak Ziegler of Herblingen. I am not sure if this family is on the website. However, if there is any connection, I will tell them they should get on and talk to you!

Thank you.
Andrea Wagenbach
The modern spelling most likely will be Schäffeler - citizens of Buch since before 1800.


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Re: Schäffeler von Buch SH

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@awagenbach

Schäffeler von Buch SH.

I have a photograph of the church book (Buch SH) of 1790,

below you see Maria Ursula Schäfeler, 12. Dez. 1790.
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Re: Schäffeler von Buch SH

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Thank you so much! You are so kind!

Can I double check. I see Maria Ursula's mother is Magdalena Leu from Altdorf. I also see her father was Michael Schaeffeler. I can't tell where he is from. Can you read it? I think it might say "hier" which I think means here. Sorry my German stinks.

Thank you for the info! I so appreciate the help.
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Re: Schäffeler von Buch SH

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awagenbach wrote:
Sun 18. Mar 2018, 21:02
Can you read it? I think it might say "hier" which I think means here.
My pleasure.
Yes, "hier" (in German) same in English "here",
therefore Buch SH



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