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Pamela (#48160421)
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Tim Nix
RE: herman merz
Pam :

According to census records, the Anterhauses lived on Nebraska in south St. Louis City, then later in north St. Louis County.

I know that Joseph and Angela had a daughter named Theresa in 1884, but I don't really know anything else about her. Her baptismal record lists another Theresa Grothaus as sponsor, so I don't know which one might be the one you found.

-Tim Nix

Added by Tim Nix on Jun 05, 2014 9:00 PM

Tim Nix
RE: herman merz
Pam :

Angela Rennemann Merz (my great-great-great-grandmother) married Joseph Grothaus in 1883 after Hermann died. Henry Anterhaus was married (in 1889) to Hermann and Angela's daughter Mary. They're my great-great-grandparents.

I don't know what, if any, connection there was between the Merzes and Grothauses at any time when Hermann was still alive. Unless we're talking about a later time, and the Herman in your court record is Hermann and Angela's son (born in 1876).

-Tim Nix

Added by Tim Nix on Jun 05, 2014 7:57 PM

Tim Nix
RE: herman merz
Pam :

Most of my information about the Merz family probably came from the St. Francis of Assisi church records. Unfortunately, what I've got is all on paper copies of microfilm, and it's at my parents' house, so I can't check it right now. I'll try to remember to dig that up and let you know.

Hermann Merz was my great-great-great-grandfather. Are you a descendant, as well? If so, maybe we can exchange information at some point.

-Tim Nix

Added by Tim Nix on Jun 02, 2014 11:21 PM

Mark Clark
RE: Ackermann Family graves in Gubser Mill, Kentucky
You are quite welcome! My daughter and I searched for Wilhem's stone but could not find it.

Added by Mark Clark on Aug 13, 2013 7:57 PM

 
 

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