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Re: James Lawrence Bauder Montgomery Co. NY
Posted by: Fran McAllister (ID *****5752) Date: November 20, 2003 at 10:22:07
In Reply to: Re: James Lawrence Bauder Montgomery Co. NY by Roderick Potter of 318

Hi Roderick
Just checked my records on the MICHAEL BADER and LENA KLOCK/CATHERINE DILLENBACH issue. I have him married to Magdelena Lena Klock and Ancestry.com has him married to Catherine Dillenbach.

MICHAEL b: 13 May 1769 Stone Arabia d: 28 Dec 1822
MAGDELENA b: 24 Nov 1761 d: 22 Apr 1838.
They were married 12 June 1785 German Flats Reformed Church

Ancestry.com says CATHERINE and him were married 1790

I also have children:

BENJAMIN (SARAH DELIAH BONNER), had 12 children
MARGARET
WM
ANNA
MARTINUS
DANIEL

Parents of Michael were MELGERT MICHAEL BADER AND MARIA SALTSMAN
Lena's parents were JOHAN JOST KLOCK AND CATHERINE KRAUSS
Catherine's parents were JOHN DIETRICH DILLENBACH AND MARIA MAYNARD

The above information was taken from the Bader/Bauder Family of the Mohawk Valley written by Peg Neilson and she says he was married to Catherine Dillenbach. He is #48 in the book, the children are #'s 193 to 198.

That's all I can tell you. Sorry. Fran


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