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Issler/Isler in Alsace, France (Rehm?)
Posted by: Anita Malchioidi Albedi Date: July 08, 2000 at 14:11:23
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Here are the listings of Isler/Issler ancestory in my family tree. Johann Jacob Weber. B: August 10, 1689 in Baldenheim. D: November 15, 1750. Married Regina Isler on March 3, 1710 in Baldenheim. Regina Isler. B: about 1694 in Sunhausen, Alsace. D: July 24, 1723 in Baldenheim, Alsace. Jacob Isler. B: Sunhausen, Alsace. D: February 9, 1729 in Baldenheim, Alsace. He married Anna Sprecher. Anna Sprecher. B: Oct. 10, 1669 in Sundhausen, Alsace. D: Feb. 19, 1726 in Baldenheim, Alsace. Jacob Isler. B: December 1650. D: Unknown Unknown Hans Jacob Sprecher. B: January 14, 1640 in Ottenbach, Switzerland. D: April 25, 1712 in Sunhausen, Alsace. He married Anne Matthinger. Anne Matthinger. D: January 15, 1676, Sundhausen, Alsace.
Interestingly, I noted some Isler/Rehm connections in the postings. The same general area of Alsace sees some Rehms in my ancestry. Could it be that groups of families from the same region of France immigrated to specific regions of the USA because of community continuity in those USA regions? Ergo..common ancestry?
To see all in context, visit my Alsacean family genealogy pages at

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