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Re: Family KUNTZLER in Dearborn County, IN
Posted by: Otto Küntzler Date: April 20, 2001 at 06:34:29
In Reply to: Family KUNTZLER in Dearborn County, IN by Véronique STOFFEL of 31

Hello Mrs Stoffel
My name is Otto Küntzler. I´m German and I live in a small town, called Waldfischbach. It´s between Kaiserslautern and Pirmasens, about 30 km to the border of France. I investigated the roots of my family and I found out that in 1720 Martini Küntzler lived at a village called Schwalbach. It´s a village very close to the french border and Lorrain. Martini Küntzler´s son - Philippus Wendelinus Küntzler came to Neustadt an der Weinstraße. It´s a city in Palatinine.He was married twice and with his second wife he had a son named Johannes Küntzler who was a shoemaker.Johannes was born on 3rd 12th 1783 in a small village called Esthal. He was married with Christina Baumann. They had a son called Johann Peter Küntzler, born on 1st 13th 1810 in Esthal. Johann Peter came to Waldfischbach and was married twice. First with Maria Elisabetha Woll. They had a son called Johann Küntzler, born 6th 16th 1850. He was a stone mason. In 1875 he married Louisa Donauer from Weilerbach a village close to Kaiserslautern.
Please let me know about your informations.
Thanks a lot, Otto Küntzler.


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