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Researching these ancestral lines from c.1800 to c.1900: Most of the more recent info I have.
ALBERTINI, Carl & Louise EISFELDER both born Germany (Clausthal, Hanover?) came to NY & their children Ida (married John PETERS) & Wilhelm (William) who married Emma JUNGE, daughter of Jurgen JUNGE & Meta WETJEN.
CRAMBLITT, Michael & wife Ruth RANDALL; their son Thomas & wife Mary Ann McMECHEN; their son Thomas A. & wife Catherine SISCO (parents John MADSCHOPSKCY & Cathrina Luise KUNRICH both born Germany)); their son Mayfield & wife Caroline KALTMAIER (parents Johanes KALTMAIER & Katharina PFANDER ((parents John Jacob PFANDER & Maria HAGEMEIER both born Germany)) born Germany) all born USA mostly Baltimore, MD & PA.
MAURER, Nickolaus & wife unknown; their son Peter & his wife Anna Maria HOFFMANN (parents Jacob HOFFMANN & Margaret ROTH); their son Jacob (all born Germany) & his wife Catherine HUELS born NY (parents Frank HUELS or HULS born Germany & wife Barbara MEISENZAHL). Peter, Anna & Jacob all came to NY.
KOEPF, Leonard born Germany & wife Catherine PRESSNIAR or PRESSMAR their son Leonard all born Germany & wife Anna STETTNER born USA; (parents Ludwig (Louis) STETTNER & Anna Marg. REUPER both born Germany).
WYNNE descendants of Dr. Thomas Wynne
The Cramblitt line immigrated between 1750 & 1800 except the Randall/Wynne line which goes further back to 1621.
The other lines all appear to have immigrated between 1840 & 1890.
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