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Wendell E. Hauenstein (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jun 1999 11:50AM GMT
Looking for RUDOLPH HAUENSTEIN Born 1824 and married to MARY MARIA EICHER who was born May 24, 1824 in Elmira, Ohio. Contact me via E-Mail. Thank you.

Hauenstein

Lori Miller (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jul 1999 9:42PM GMT
Wendell- I don't have information on your specific search. I am looking for information on my ggrandmother Catherine Hauenstein-born in Germany and married Nicholas Mueller (Miller). She remarried after Nicholas death a man named Scholtz or Schultz and lived in Baltimore MD and Iowa. I don't know anything else about her. Any connection? Thanks.

Hauenstein

Lori (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jul 1999 12:26PM GMT
Sorry - No connection - keep looking and ygou will find....sorry again, wendell

Catherine Hauenstein

Wendell (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jul 1999 12:32PM GMT
Sorry Lori, but no connection.

Wendell Lori

Tammy Burk (View posts)
Posted: 7 Jul 1999 8:20PM GMT
Don't know how in depth you are in your search, I am just getting started. However, my cousin has obtained a book "Hauenstein/Howenstine." It it very detailed and dates back pretty far (I think my cousin said to 1700's-it's also $67). I have just gotten started looking into my history. I am a descendant of Virgil Henry Hauenstein of South Central Iowa. All inquiries regarding the book should be sent to The Howenstine Family Reunion Group C/O Glen Howenstine, 9764 North 300 W., Huntington, IN 46750-9726. It was published in 1992 by Gateway Press, Inc. But if you're very intent in your search, it might be of assistance.

Book "Hauenstein - Howenstine"

Tammy Burk (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jul 1999 7:33AM GMT
Thanks for all the info. It is appreciated and you never know where you will find the information you need. Thanks again -Wendell

Hauenstein book

Posted: 4 Oct 1999 8:45PM GMT
Edited: 17 Oct 2001 1:56AM GMT
Is it possible to find out if my Hauensteins are in the book before I put out the money?
I am going to post my Hauenstein line as a new Hauenstein entry. I don't see it in any of your messages. Thanks! Janie Goddard

Hauenstein book

Tammy (View posts)
Posted: 6 Dec 1999 10:03PM GMT
Janie, sorry, don't check here often enough. My cousin owns the book, found a copy in a library before purchasing his own. Will see if I can borrow it and maybe check back with you. My email is venus829@lisco.net

Hauenstein or Hasenstein

Nancy Hasenstein-Kleffman (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jul 2000 12:38PM GMT
I am working on family history that comes out
of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The earliest relative is
a John F. Hauenstein born August 27, 1850. However,
within a 20 year period the spelling of our name
goes from Hauenstein, to Hassenstein to Hasenstein.
If your family has a John F. Hauenstein, or a Anna Hauenstein
born-April 17, 1852, Minni Hauenstein-March 28, 1853,
I would appreciate your contacting me. Thank-you.

hauenstine/howenstine

Posted: 20 May 2001 3:11PM GMT
Edited: 16 May 2002 10:07PM GMT
Do you have any information about a Jacob Hauenstine/Howenstine who was originally from Penn but later lived in Martinsburg, OH. He was married to Lucinda Dull and their children were Ida Frances, Joseph, Jacot, Albert, Matilda, Lucinda plus eight others. Thanks!!!
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