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Re: John B. Faber, From Luxembourg to KanKakee, Ill
Posted by: Carol Arnold Date: February 15, 2002 at 14:11:12
In Reply to: Re: John B. Faber, From Luxembourg to KanKakee, Ill by Robert Faber of 516

Bob:
Here is a breakdown of the Fabers on board the vessel
Silvanus Jenkins, that arrived in NY JUL 1845.
See: http://istg.rootsweb.com/v3/1800v3/silvanusjenkins18450703.html

FABER, André 26 Baschleiden (with family of 3) farmer
FABER, Nicholas 56 Baschleiden(with family of 4)farmer

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Nicholas Faber 56 male farmer
from Baschleiden to WISC
(9-total family memebers traveling)
Maria Faber wife 48 female
Maria Faber daughter 18 female Anna Marguerite Faber daughter 14 female Jean Faber son 9 male

Andre Faber 26 male farmer
from Baschleiden to WISC
Anne Catherine Faber his wife 22 female Nicholas Faber son 2y6m male Pierre Faber son 6m male

I always assumed Andre Faber (26) was the son of
Nicholas Faber (56), athough he could have been a
newphew. Jean/John Faber, who was 9 in 1845, would
have been 24 in 1860, when the census showed him
married w/4-children. Could this possibly be your
family?

My Pletschette/Plettschette family moved from the
Chicago area to Iowa around 1859.

PS: Young was also Jung.


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