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Re: Origin of Dauber name
Posted by: John P. Angstadt Date: May 22, 2001 at 16:36:31
In Reply to: Origin of Dauber name by Randall Wert of 133

I have recently been exploring the name Dauber (with the dots over the a, also spelled Daeuber). One Georg Michael Dauber married a Uebel at Widdern, Baden-Wuerttemberg in 1743. There apparently were other Daubers there at the time. This info was apparently compiled by a German genealogist. Michael Dauber came to America in 1753. His signature facsimile on the ship's manifest was spelled Dauber (with the dots). I offer this for a geographic origen. If anyone knows anything about this family, I would welcome hearing about it.


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