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kristin loscher (View posts)
Posted: 29 Dec 1999 2:39PM GMT
Hello all out there in cyber land i am looking for any and all help on finding the LOSCHER family history, where i came from and so on and so forth.send any help you can to me.

LOSCHER from Switzerland

Posted: 2 Jan 2000 12:34PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2001 3:05PM GMT
My ggmother was Anna Maria Loscher born in 1848 in Mooslerau canton Argau. Her father was Kaspar (1814-1855) and her mother Anna Maria born Hunziger in Kirchleerau. The 1850 Swiss census (LDS film # 1705879)shows many families with the Loscher/ Luscher surname.

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kristin loscher (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jan 2000 12:14PM GMT
hello all out in the internet. i am searching fo any information on the LOSCHER surname. please reply if you know.

searching for loscher surname

kristin loscher (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jan 2000 12:14PM GMT
hello all out in the internet. i am searching fo any information on the LOSCHER surname. please reply if you know.
Posted: 24 Oct 2000 1:24PM GMT
Edited: 26 Feb 2006 7:55PM GMT
Hi. I found our 'original' ancestor Peter Loscher thru RootsWeb.com. Go to World Connect, then type in Loscher. His descendancy is there, but it goes back no further. (He was born abt 1660 in France). Good luck!

Loscher

Bev Loscher (View posts)
Posted: 7 Dec 2000 7:37PM GMT
Thanks for the message.

Re: searching for loscher surname

Posted: 4 Apr 2002 10:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 9:39PM GMT
Dear Kristin
the Loscher name probably originated from the Losh valley in France and came to Germany via La Rochelle which is also Loscher anagram of a kind. My mother was a Loscher and claimed to have researched the family name for many years. If you can find a connection with Professor Max Loscher from Jena University in pre war Germany then let me know too as he was my great Uncle. He was a medical doctor first and then went on to alternative medicine I have reason to believe he may have been a herbalist. He had six siblings one of whom was my grandfather or Opa Paul Loscher stadtbaumeister of Stettin before WW2.

Re: searching for loscher surname

loscher (View posts)
Posted: 13 Apr 2003 11:15AM GMT
Classification: Census
give me more I am iterested and maybe able to add

Your message was forwarded to me

Posted: 13 Apr 2003 3:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Feb 2004 11:54PM GMT
Surnames: Loscher, Luscher, Hunsiker, Hunziger
Ancestry.com has contacted me, but it seems you were answering someone else's message. My ancestors came from Switzerland (at least in the 1800's)- You appear to be looking for a French/German connection.?

Re: searching for loscher surname

Posted: 24 Apr 2003 9:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 9:39PM GMT
Surnames: Loscher & Du Lu Pannais
Dear J loscher?

Just read your message, what do you want to know? I only know what my mother told me before she died so I cannot ask her anything else. She was German but believes that the family originated from Spain settled in France for a couple of decades and then went to Germany. I have copies of Baptismal records of her ancestors in Lippersdorf and Ottendorf in Thuringia Germany going back to 1740.

She said that the family had connections with the Du Lu Pannais surname and I have seen some 611 of that name on a French website. Unfortunately my French is only of the school book variety so I could not translate any of it.

Hope this is of some use to you

regards

Patricia
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