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Re: Wilhelim Pabst b. in Claustall, Prussia
Posted by: Cindy (Pabst) Sherlock Date: March 07, 2001 at 12:51:26
In Reply to: Wilhelim Pabst b. in Claustall, Prussia by Elees Pabst of 211

Hi Elees, This is just a shot in the dark, I am the gggranddaughter of Johann __________ Pabst, He married Christina Louise Sanders (sp), they came to America around 1840-1850, and were in Cinti, Hamilton Co., Ohio we have a christening certificate for my Ggrandfather John Phillip Adolph Pabst, born 12/1869 in Ohio, on the Christening certificate, it has his father and we can not read the given name, as God parents there is Phillip Pabst, and Adelheim Danter (sp) we believe these to be an aunt and uncle, is it possible Adelheim could be a sister or sister in law to your line. I do not know from where in Germany my family came, because of the name problem with my gggrandfather, nor do I know of any brothers my gggrandfather was born in 1828. My gggrandparents had 10 children 9 girls and one son. it is also possible there is a family connection with Riedemann, as the cemetary plots where they are along with some children was bought originally from a Henry Riedemann. I hope this is something to go on because this has been a dead end for me for the last year. Any help would be appreciated.

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