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Re: Ault family in Germany
Posted by: Barry Wood (ID *****2816) Date: October 29, 2005 at 17:40:20
In Reply to: Re: Ault family in west Texas by Randy Davidson of 776

Some reading your post may not realize that "Evangelische," in German, means simply "Lutheran." It's not a place. Westphalia ("Westfalen" in German) is a province or state, on the west bank of the Rhine, so one would need more than that to track these Aults to their heimat (homeplace).

On FamilySearch, Ross Johnson and Clifford Freeman have submitted a specific christening date (12 Nov 1702) and a specific place (Neukirchen) in Westphalia for Johan Arnoldt Ault / Alt. It seems pretty obvious that the two of you are talking about the same Arnoldt Ault.

Is there any any reason why we shouldn't accept the Neukirchen origin?

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