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Johann Pankratz Conrad (1874 - 1959)

Johann Pankratz Conrad
Born in Nuremberg, Germanymap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 14 Apr 1900 in Nürnberg, Bayern, Deutsches Reichmap
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Father of , [private daughter (unknown - unknown)], [private child (unknown - unknown)] and [private son (1910s - 1970s)]
Died at age 85 in Nuremberg, Germanymap
Profile last modified | Created 2 Sep 2009
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Marriage.<ref>Source Citation: Stadtarchiv Nürnberg; Nürnberg, Deutschland; Personenstandsregister Heiratsregister; Bestand: C 27/III; Signatur: C 27/III Nr. 851. Source Information: Ancestry.com. Nuremberg, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1925 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2018. Original data: Stadtarchiv Nürnberg. Personstandsregister Heiratsregister. Nürnberg, Deutschland.</ref>
Name: Katharina Eva Leykam
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Marriage Date: 14 Apr 1900
Marriage Place: Nürnberg, Bayern (Bavaria), Deutschland (Germany)
Religion: evangelisch
Spouse: Pankraz Johann Conrad
Certificate Number: 441
posted by X Fetterly
Hello X, I am surprised to see this entry of the archives of my hometown of Nuernberg. I happen to be in posession of my grandparents marriage certificate with this same information in which it list's my grandparents parents Wolfgang and Kunigunde but I haven't been able to have access to anymore information of theirs. I was told that because of the destruction of the arch dioceses in Bamberg during World War I and II, any records prior to my Grandparents were destroyed. I am not sure I believe this 100 percent. But since everyone in my family has passed and I am the last surviving member of my bloodline, I am unable to ask anyone. I know my Father had up to 26 siblings which I only have a few names. I am German speaking living in NY and I have tried everything on Facebook and otherwise to make contact with cousins I used to know when growing up ...to no avail. If you could point me in the right direction, that would be very much appreciated.

Claudia Daubney (nee Conrad)

posted by Claudia Conrad
Hi Claudia,

Have you contacted Dave Rutherford, the project lead for the German Immigrants Project? He may have sources and Wikitree members you can contact. You could also post this query to the G2G forum where you might get some help. These could lead you to other family members.

Good luck!

posted by X Fetterly

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