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SPIELDENNER & NEU &GEIL Families

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Re: SPIELDENNER & NEU &GEIL Families

Posted: 3 Mar 2013 7:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: ney, spildenner
I realize your post was made nearly 14 years ago, but just in case you're still around, I will tell you what I know and perhaps you can help me.

I am descended from John Marshall Ney (1836-1907), who started the J.M. Ney Company in Hartford Connecticut. I found the following entry in a book about the J.M. Ney Company:

“At his birth in Redrichen, Alsace-Lorraine, near the German border, in July, 1836, his French parents christened their eldest child “Michel Neu.” But, as was frequently done in those days, the Neys anglicized their names upon migrating here in 1847, and the 11-year-old boy was called John Marshall Ney. His mother, Odile Spildnner, became Odelia; and his father, Jean Henry Ney, simply dropped the ‘Jean.’”

I am very curious about the fact that you are also looking for the same two surnames together: Spildenner and Ney, although the individuals seem to be different.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
GaryCoil 2 Jan 2008 8:11PM GMT 
glolee24 29 Oct 2010 7:34PM GMT 
GaryCoil 30 Oct 2010 2:26PM GMT 
amyschiwitz 4 Mar 2013 2:11AM GMT 
wiwack 26 Mar 2013 7:52AM GMT 
hur2pau 6 Apr 2013 10:38PM GMT 
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