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Zipfels from GER in the 1900 US Fed Census

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Re: Zipfels from GER in the 1900 US Fed Census

Posted: 14 Jan 2012 1:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Have you found any additional information on your Zipfel's? I have Zipfel's from Altenburg, Saxony, that are intermarried with FICKLER's from Magersdorf, Saxony,and Philip LEINEBERGER family of Bavaria, they had to have been connected to each other prior to coming here to USA in the 1850's, because one of our Zipfel's died on his immigrant ship (1870) and was related to the Lienbergers who were already over here. Somehow some of our Zipfel's also are connected in Germany with GROBER, WIECHMANN, and LOEFFLER families, our direct line from Hannover, and Mecklenburg, but yet also some similar name similarities to those lines also in Bavaria/Baden. Interestingly, besides the name similarites, also some similar circumstances and NY locations between both the Baden and Bavarian Zipfel lines listed by other researchers(see other boards); but no one has so far been able to verify a connection between those lines, and nothing EXACTLY matches, very strange. All that to say that the Bavaria/Baden poss link is not out of the question.

However, Saxony ones should be related with each other. My g-gr father was Gottlieb Zipfel. Where in New York did John Weiss live? My email is; I would be interested in your information; you can write there with more information. I would be interested to hear from you; especially since yours lived in SF; I live near SF; have also seen in SF, LOEFFLER AND WIECHMANN's, as well, but haven't yet checked on their SF information yet.

I look forward to hearing from you! Pam

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Andreas Zipfel-Waag 20 Apr 2005 7:31AM GMT 
pianodancer26 25 Nov 2005 7:53AM GMT 
Andreas Zipfel-Waag 12 Dec 2005 8:46AM GMT 
fogpup 9 Jul 2010 10:53PM GMT 
Andreas Waag 10 Jul 2010 5:22PM GMT 
fogpup 11 Jul 2010 5:16AM GMT 
pgosl 14 Jan 2012 8:49AM GMT 
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