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Re: Pabst family of Bad Kissingen Germany
Posted by: Cindy (pabst) Sherlock (ID *****2618) Date: October 01, 2005 at 21:24:36
In Reply to: Pabst family of Bad Kissingen Germany by arthur duffield of 211

Hi, Arthur I saw your post and am not sure of the Bad Kissingen I have been searching for my ancestors, and I saw your post and also found searching for your ancestors in Covington, Dayton and Bellevue Ky. My ancestors arrived I believe in the 1840's lived in Cincinnati Ohio (Fulton's Landing) just outside of downtown, across the river from Bellevue and Dayton, My gggrandfather married a woman from southern Campbell County, Ida Jane Gosney, and moved to Bellevue, His parents were Johann Pabst b.1828 and Christine Louise Sanders b.1827 from Prussia Hanover, His Mother lived within blocks Elizabeth Pabst b.1804-5 her mother lived within blocks Charlotte Sanders b.1805, Prussia, living with her was a son Henry Sanders. On my ggrandfathers christening certificate from St. Lucas, in Cinti., was his Godfather Philip Pabst and Adelheim Sanders, I believe they are also somehow related to the Riedemann family as there were plots purchased in the Riedemann section in Vine Hill Street Cemetery.I was also informed it was strange because one of the daughters died at age 8 and was buried there, however when my Gggrandfather died he was buried in another plot and later moved there I suppose after my gggrandmother could purchase the plots. Hi died at age 48 of a heat stroke while doing masonary work at Eden Park. That is where most of the family is. There was also another Henry Sanders who owned a Textile Company in Cincinati and all of my ggrandfather's sisters were seamstresses or weavers. If ther is any connection please let me know as I am stumped of family beyond this.

Cindy (Pabst) Sherlock

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