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Subject: [PACAMBRI] Death and burial from 1855: Bertram Family
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 11:50:18 -0400
Could the name be Bertram? Lots of them in the Carrolltown area, but I have no recollection of Bertrang. I have a copy of Fr. Shank's Death Records from St. Benedict' Church, and I will look for you.
Ledoux, Vol III, St Benedict's Catholic Church, page 257, # 5650 BERTRAM, MATHAEUS D. 9-21-1855
Same, page 219, # 4951 Bertram, Martina (Matthiae/Christinae Donner) B. 11 03 bap 11-20-1853, gp: Joannes & Martina Bertram
Ask your question again, using the name Bertram. I am sure you will get an answer, if you didn't already.
I have a Peter Bertram married to a widow who was my ancestor. He was the brother of John Bertram above.
As far as I know, these people were all from Hohlenzollern Sigmarigen, in southern Germany, now part of Baden-Wurttenburg. In 1848, it became part of Prussia, so you might see that as a place of origin on the Census.
They either lived in Carroll Township, or in Allegheny Township, as far as I know.
Let me know if you get any responses, as I had not previously heard of Matthew.
Sent: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 10:46 PM
Subject: [PaCambri] Death and burial from 1855
Quite a while back I had a more recent copy of a record stating the death/burial
of my ancestor at St. Benedict's cemetery in Carrolltown. In particular, I am
trying to find out any and all information about him. I have tried finding his
birthplace in Germany by going to his bride's town of birth in Germany...she
married in America. It seems this is about the only place I could find
information, if any, about him.
Matthias "Matthew" Bertrang/Bedrang
died Sept. 21, 1855 in Carrolltown, PA. Believed to be buried at St. Benedict's
cemetery. He was married to Christina (Danner) Bertrang.
A daughter, Mattina Bertrang, was believed to have been baptised here as well in
If anybody has any tips, suggestions or information available it would be
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