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From: Sue Rosenhauer< >
Subject: Fwd: Re: ROSENHAUER,William;PRU,DEU> USA,1833-1843
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 1997 01:20:04 -0500
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Date: Tue, 11 Nov 1997 21:25:33 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: ROSENHAUER,William;PRU,DEU> USA,1833-1843
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From: (Sue Rosenhauer)
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 1997 00:26:41 -0500
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Subject: ROSENHAUER,William;PRU,DEU> USA,1833-1843
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Hi, have a William Rosenhauer,b 1833, in PRU. came to USA in 1843,have
no names of parents, does anyone know what port he would have entered in
US. Only names I have that maybe came to Us with him is a George
Rosenhauer,( he married Hanna, no last name ) dont know if George
married in PRU, dont know his age, Have a Charles Rosenhauer, would have
been an infant or was born in US. there was also a Emma Rosenhauer, any
ideas where in PRU this family came from, this family was catholic. Any
Rosenhauers out there
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