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Re: Lauderbach/Was at one time VON LAUDERBACH?
Posted by: Ronald Strouse (ID *****9793) Date: July 16, 2003 at 08:51:45
In Reply to: Lauderbach/Was at one time VON LAUDERBACH? by cheryl marquis of 45

The German von means "son of" and is used for royalty. My gggggrandmother was one Catherine Lauderbach from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She was born in the late 1700s and married my paternal gggggrandfather, Philemon Santee. They resided in Luzerne County, PA, where he was a merchant. They are buried in St. John's Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery in St. Johns, northwest of Hazleton, PA.

Ron Strouse


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