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Re: Hans Devauld Funderburk
Posted by: Donald Kennedy (ID *****5658) Date: February 10, 2009 at 09:04:05
In Reply to: Re: Hans Devauld Funderburk by Jeff Hodges of 955

Greetings all. As a Funderburk descendent, I am interested in any credible evidence that Hans Devauld Von der Berg/Funderburk was in fact related to European noble families. Stories and pedigree charts that I have seen to date not only lack credible evidence but also do not seem to jive with well known historical fact. For example, Johann Michael's mother has been reported/speculated to be Princess Elisabeth Anna, daughter of Philipp Wilhelm, Elector Palatine (1615-1690) and Elisabeth Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt. However, this couple had 17 children, none of whom were named Elisabeth Anna. In addition, the House of Berg became extinct after 1248AD.

I have an open mind about the matter, but could someone please enlighten me just a little. In the meantime, my pedigree stops with Han Devauld Funderburk.

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