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Oswald Fritsch Berrien Co. Michigan Dictionary
Posted by: William Brackett Date: October 03, 2001 at 09:16:15
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I have a German/English dictionary that has the signature of Oswald Fritsch in the cover. It also has the initals J O Fritsch in other parts. This edition is dated 1902 and has a stamped date in it of 04 Oct 1914. It was printed in in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. This dictionary was in the possesion of my in-laws who's last name was Hauch. I have worked on this family's genealogy and have not seen the Fritsch name before. Perhaps they bought the ditionary, used? They were of German descent also. J O may have stood for Johann Oswald Fritsch? I am intersted in the connection of this book to my wife's family. Other names in this branch are: Schlacht, Peter, Henspeter, Zordel, Angoline all of German ancestory. Some of them lived in Volhynia and others in Pommern or Germany it self. These families lived in Berrien County, Michigan.


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