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Re: John Lehenbauer md. Catherine Fuchs Missouri
Posted by: Emil Lehenbauer (ID *****7763) Date: November 01, 2008 at 14:30:28
In Reply to: Re: John Lehenbauer md. Catherine Fuchs Missouri by Emil Lehenbauer of 793

My name is Emil Eugene Lehenbauer born Kingfisher ,Oklahoma
I married to Betty Jean Chapman and had five children, Donna, Cynthia, Eric, Brian And Daniel. We divorced in 1983 and I have remained single. My father is Kenneth Van Lehenbauer born 1907 in Park township,Kingfisher county and married to Minnie Alice Prater 1928 Bethany ,, Oklahoma state. They had eight children Patrica,Edward, Ronald,Lynn,Larry,Peggy, Emil, Frank. Dad's father is Edward Godlove Lehenbauer born 1880 in Marion county,MO. He married to Mable Pearl Thompson in Liberty Baptist Church 1906 Park township,Kingfisher county, He had three children. Kenneth Van,Roland Elmo and Eugene Edward.
Edward Godlove Lehenbauer's parents are Johann (John) Georg
Gottfried Lehenbauer born 1833 Oettingen,Bavaria,Germany. He came to America in 1852 with brother William who was facing a 8 year draft in the army. John married to Catherine Fuchs in 1866 Hannibal ,MO. They had ten children in this area. Catherine Fuchs (fox in english) came from Bad Liebenzall,Calw,Wurttenberg,Germany. This is close to Stuttgart and they owned a hot springs bath house. Hope this is help full for others who do research on these families. Emil

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