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Frank Hauber and Magdalena Heinzmann Hauber lived in Germany and Manhattan, NY

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Frank Hauber and Magdalena Heinzmann Hauber lived in Germany and Manhattan, NY

Posted: 16 Aug 2011 11:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Jul 2012 9:02AM GMT
Surnames: Hauber, Heinzmann, Schmit, Bartel, Brown
I am looking for information on Frank Xavier Hauber who lived at Parkstrasse 3 in Munchen, Germany. He was born about 1868 and married Magdalena (Lena) Heinzmann in Manhattan, NY on January 17, 1886. His father was Franz Hauber and his mother was Elise Bartel Hauber. He died November 18, 1952. He immigrated to the US in 1878. The family lived at 467 West 46th Street in Manhattan.

Magdalena's parents were Joseph Heinzmann and Marie Eisele Heinzmann. She immigrated in 1883 to the US.

Their children:
Frank Hauber- born May 5, 1888 in Manhattan, NY
It looks like he might have married a woman named Ida and had two children Ethel b about 1914 and Frank b about 1915. He then married again a woman named Edith and the had two children Florence b about 1922 and Otto born about 1925.

Anna Hauber Schmit Brown (my great grandmother) born Jan 5, 1890 in Manhattan. She died in 1977. She married George Corwin Schmit and they had a son George Corwin Schmit. Her husband died I think around 1918. She remarried Earle H. Brown (from Canada) and they had two children Walter and Earle Brown. They lived around Middletown, NY.

Elizabeth Hauber born in Manhattan, NY Oct 26, 1891 and died July 15, 1892.

Frances Hauber born 1894 in Manhattan. In the 1920 census she is married and her last name is Fenner.

Otto Anthony Hauber born 1898 in Manhattan, NY

John Hauber was born about 1900 in Manhattan,NY

William Hauber was born around 1911 in Manhattan, NY. Later he lived in Ridgewood, NJ.

That's about all I found out except that Frank X may have been married before while living in Germany and may also have a daughter named Euphrosine Falter who to my knowledge never came to the United States.

Any other information would be appreciated.

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