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Re: KUNTZ bros. immigrated separately from "Dosenheim, Alsace" to U.S.
Posted by: Nancy Noah Morrison (ID *****6786) Date: June 17, 2008 at 14:42:27
In Reply to: KUNTZ bros. immigrated separately from "Dosenheim, Alsace" to U.S. by Sarah of 1025

Sarah, I am researching a Jacob Kuntz 35, b. 1825 France, who is on the 1860 Census for Marshall Indiana with his wife Saloma 43,b. 1817 Penn, ch. John H. 10 Ind, Mary E. 8 Ind, Anna C. 5, Ind. They are on the 1870 Census in Cumberland Co., TN on the same page with an Adam Kuntz 28 (b. 1842) Ind. and his wife Mary,18 TN. (On the 1870 census Saloma is the same age as Jacob, 45). I have not found Jacob or Saloma on either the 1850 or 1880 census. I am wondering if he is related to your Jacob from Alsace. I found Jacob Sr. on the 1860 census in German Twnship Marshall IN living with George and Elizabeth Felden in HH #407 with an Adam Kuntz b. 1841. My Jacob is HH #450. Both Jacobs are listed from France and they are the right ages to be father and son or uncle and nephew. Do you know if their is a relationship between them and what sources I should look for? My husband is desc. from Anna Kuntz/Koontz m. Thomas Stevens. Their daughter Emma m. Benjamin Franklin Green s/o James and Emaline (Blanchard) Green of Culver. The Greens were another Marshall Co family that went back and forth between Indiana and Cumberland Co., TN. Thanks for your help, Nancy

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