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Posted: 12 Feb 2003 12:40AM GMT
Edited: 28 Feb 2007 5:18AM GMT
I have information on the Schaffhauser family that originated in Baden Germany and then some came here to usa and settled in Indiana, if anyone needs any of this please email me and I will share what I have.
Posted: 21 Feb 2003 4:27AM GMT
I noted you have information on the Schaffhauser that came from Baden, Germany to Indiana.
My Great-grandmother's mother was a Rachel Martin born 20 Feb 1851 in Baden, Germany.Her was Christina Schafhauser born 1831 in Baden Germany, died 1879 in Ottawa County, OH. Her father was Christian Martin born 1823 in Baden, Germany and died 1879 in Ottawa County, OH. They were married in 1823 and left Baden, Germany around 1854, but I can not locate any records.
Rachel Martin married Reinihart Leimenstoll in 1868 in Baden, Germany and left at the same time.
If you have any information that would support their leaving or any history before this time I would greatly appreciate it. As I am working on the Leimenstoll/Martin family history. Thanks
Posted: 7 Aug 2003 10:37PM GMT
I am trying to locate information on the Schaffhauser family that lived in Palanka, Yugoslavia at the beginning of the 20th century. Specifically, I am looking for information on George Schaffhauser who married Katharina Brucker.
My husband's father was a Schaffhauser, but he changed the name to Shaften when he was living in England after WWII.
I would appreciate receiving any info you have.
Posted: 20 Sep 2013 11:10PM GMT
I would love any info on schaffhauser. I am a schaffhauser. My email is
. thank you
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