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Re: Looking for more BREYERS
Posted by: mary napolitano (ID *****0013) Date: October 12, 2005 at 06:08:45
In Reply to: Looking for more BREYERS by Wm Hoffman of 31

I just received some Breyer info on my family dating back to to the 1600's. In your query, the first listed descendent was born in 1828. I reviewed the names in the info I received against your names. The info I have is only from Luxembourg. Unfortunately, I have no info on any one in the US with the exception of my direct line which you are not part of. (as far as I know) The info from Luxembourg only has for the most part my direct line as well. One thing I did notice though they may or may not be of help to you. I have a Laurent Breyer born 10/29/1754 in Putscgeid, who married Elisabeth Wagener born 1758 , died 10/10/1830 Tandel. They were married 5/1/1779. The man who apparently originally had all this info is a retired school teacher in Luxembourg. He apparently is a genealogist as well. Suppossedly with a very large Breyer file. If you contact him, I think you should know, he only speaks German, so you will need a translator.

Francis Breyer
Maison 51
L-9740 Boevange les Clervaux
Luxemburg 9740

Good luck! Let me know.
Mary Napolitano
mnrn2@mtco.com


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