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Re: Fahrenbach's in Chicago
Posted by: Annette Moreau (ID *****6166) Date: October 18, 2012 at 07:35:41
In Reply to: Re: Fahrenbach's in Chicago by Carol Callif of 35

My ggg-grandmothers' name was Fauerbach, its a different spelling than Fahrenbach. I am unsure if this a misspelling or if this is a different family. On my my ggg-grandmother's marriage licence it was spelled Fauerbach. I am wondering if there was a transcription error or something like that since I cannot find anything on her.


I did a search for you with the info you listed and the only thing that I could come up with, was this:

Its a Nebraska marriage licence.
I wasn't sure if it was correct because the birth year for George is different, but it was the only document I could find that had the same two parents Ferdinand Fahrenbach and Marie Rhein.

Here is the copied transcript:

groom's name: George J. Fahrenbach
groom's birth date: 1890
groom's birthplace: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
groom's age: 23

bride's name: Pauline C. Kramer
bride's birth date: 1896
bride's birthplace: Otoe, Neb.
bride's age: 17
marriage date: 30 Jan 1913
marriage place:       Otoe, Nebraska

groom's father's name:        Ferd. Fahrenbach
groom's mother's name:       Marie Rhein
bride's father's name:       Fred Kramer
bride's mother's name:       Mary Hutzrnlauf
groom's race: White
groom's marital status:       Single
groom's previous wife's name:       
bride's race: White
bride's marital status:        Single
bride's previous husband's name:       
indexing project (batch) number:M00320-8
system origin: Nebraska-EASy
source film number:1977803

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This site has helped me many times with filling my "gaps" but on my Fauerbach family I cannot find anything! Hopefully this is correct and can help you. If not, I tried.


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