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Looking for HEFELE oo ULLRICH - Bavaria to NY/IN around 1860 - 1870

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Looking for HEFELE oo ULLRICH - Bavaria to NY/IN around 1860 - 1870

Posted: 27 Aug 2003 11:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Dec 2004 10:38AM GMT
Surnames: Hecht, Hefele, Heilmann, Ullrich, Wieber and more...
Hello to everbody,

I'm looking for some married sisters of my ggg-grandfather, who emigrated to NY around 1850.

These are my German data about the HEFELE family:
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HEFELE, Barbara, nee ULLRICH
* 07.05.1839
+ New York 26.02.1919

oo 1862

HEFELE, Ludwig
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A few days ago I found a HEFELE family in the free US Census from 1880. This one:
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HEFELE, Lewis, head of household
* BAVARIA 1834

HEFELE, Barbara, wife
* BAVARIA 1839

Children:

HEFELE, Josephine, * NY 1863
HEFELE, John, * NY 1865
HEFELE, Kate, * NY 1866
HEFELE, Frank, * NY 1869
HEFELE, Louis, * IN 1872
HEFELE, George, * IN 1874
HEFELE, Frederick, * IN 1876
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Does anybody know if 'Lewis' is the English form of 'Ludwig'?

I'm a little bit confused about the living area because I have NY in my data as place of death for Barbara HEFELE, but the family I found in the Census lived in IN.

There are very few families with the name HEFELE in the free Census of 1880 and only one woman in the hole US Census was called 'Barbara' and was born in 1839.

My search for living HEFELEs on www.whitepages.com brought no result for this name in hole IN.

There are more data about this family on ancestry.com. Unfortunately I don't have a creditcard because I don't need one in Germany and I have no idea how to upgrade my account without one.

It would be great if someone would do a lookup for me, could give me a hint or would search for the same family !
All answers are very welcome.

Best regards from Hessen/Germany
Susanne

PS: Please forgive me this bad English, it wasn't practised for a long time....
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
sueimweb 27 Aug 2003 5:13PM GMT 
JZinck5463 12 Jul 2004 4:06PM GMT 
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