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929) Hauser, Johannes, also Joh. Christian (from Nr. 928), weaver of linen[fabric], Fischbach; married in Enkenbach May 1, 1813 Latschar, Anna Maria, born in Enkenbach May 15, 1789, died in Fischbach March 23, 1824, daughter of PeterL., Afterbestaender bei Wuertz, N.N., Klostergut Enkenbach and (daughter) of Rinck, Barbara; Children: Elisabeth, born June 12, 1814, died Sembach March 21, 1877, married in Sembach Althaus, Peter, Mennonite (religion) farmhand (somebody who is employed to work at the house in various capacities) Sembach, son of Johannes Althaus, Ackerer and (son) of Beutler, Gertrud 1), Susanne, born August 26, 1817, married Enkenbach May 7, 1844 Schroeder, Jakob, Enkenbach, son of Jakob Schroeder and (son) of Clemenz, Elisabeth, Enkenbach 1), Johannes, born March 28, 1821, Heinrich, born January 15, 1824, died Enkenbach March 6, 1825
1) the (married) couple emigrated to North America
(4);(4a);Ruby, S. 65, 43, S 255, 2046 and S 403, 3585.
930) Hauser, Johannes (Nr. 929) widower 9in) Fischbach, about 1835 emigrated to Amerika, leaving 2 children from the 1. (first) marriage, who are with relatives in Enkenbach.
Married II Fischbach April 29, 1829 Andre, Andrea, Barbara, farmhand (somebody who is employed to work around the house in various capacities – they could for example work in the kitchen, in the stables, in the fields, or doing general duties helping the wife of the farmer) Ebertsheim, born in Enkenbach about 1806, daughter of Michael Andre, Tageloehner (is somebody who is employed temporary, day by day, for various jobs) and (daughter) of Staufer,Maria, both died (deceased) in Enkenbach. Children: Barbara, born March 7, 1830, Maria, born April 4, 1832 (4a);Archive of Hochspeyer, A9; but compare with Ruby, S. 68, 79
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