I recently had my late grandmother's mid-1800's German bible translated from old German to new German to English and this is what's written on the inside pages.
At this time I am unaware of my family's connection to the Bauer and Bauman families. My gg grandfather was William George Wingenfeld born in Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany dying in Cleveland, Ohio, USA where I reside. His father was Ferdinand Wingenfeld b. 1840 in Germany. Ferdinand married Julia Vierheller.
Please let me know if ANY of this looks familiar to you.
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Anna Maria Bauer, born Aug. 6, 1833, married and moved to Muenchhernsdorf in 1856
Johan Bauer, born Oct. 23, 1834
Marianna Bauer, born Oct. 29, 1834, now in America
Jos. Bauer, born May 8, 1838, Jos.’ death…..(Bezugettsdorf?)
Andr (? Maybe Anke) Bauer, born Jan. 22, 1840, married into the estate in 1870
Gg. Bauer, born Dec. 7, 1841, married and moved to Obmaches (?)
Gg. Bauer, born March 3, 1844, now in America
Peter Bauer, born Aug. 30, died July 14, 1849
K. Bauer, born May 13, 1847, died Feb. 7, 1850
Margaretha, born Nov. 25, 1848, … married and moved to Hagen
Katharina Bauman, born June 25, 1807, married Jos. Bauer on shrove Tuesday in 1833, died on Jan. 30, 1885, was married 52 years
Dorothea Bauman, born 1811, married and moved to Gettmansdorf (?)
Barbara Bauman, born in 1813, married and moved to Bamberg (?)
I, Joseph Bauer, husband and father of the above mentioned Katharina Bauer, nee Bauman, was born on Oct. 12, 1806 (the crossed out and not readable word could be “twelfth”)