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Claudette (#47546723)
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M Hodge
RE: Katherine Knoche
Thanks. I have forwarded your information to them and am awaiting a reply. I'll let know if they respond.
Added by M Hodge on Mar 30, 2015 6:47 PM
M Hodge
RE: Katherine Knoche
The death certificate of Louis Knoche gives the name of the town in which he was born as well as the maiden name of his mother. You can view it at this link:
Added by M Hodge on Mar 29, 2015 6:21 PM
M Hodge
RE: Katherine Knoche
Hello, I am not related to this family, but was researching this family for someone else, five years ago. I tried looking for my original notes, but cannot locate them. I contacted the family I was helping, who are descendants of the Knoche family and asked them if they have the sources. I can try to retrace my steps again, but it may take a while. I'll let you know if I find anything. Sorry.
Added by M Hodge on Mar 29, 2015 6:12 PM
RE: Henry/Frank Lienhardt
My father was half German. At Christmas we loved Lienhardts for it was full of zimsterne and springerles, as well as the clear candy toys. I am talking about the period of late thirties and early forties. I moved away about 1945 and then we really had to scratch to find the Christmas goodies. One of my daughters learned to make Zimsterne and supplies us all at Christmas with these delectable almond stars to this day. The springerlies could be used to decorate the tree but what my father liked to do was dunk them in coffee and eat them. They had to be fresh for they harden up quickly. I am sure my family patronized the bakery at other times but it is Christmas I remember best.
Added by Meges on Nov 12, 2012 2:18 AM
Frank Lienhardt
Henry is gone and Frank is there. I also posted a memorial to his father, Benedict. I don't know how I made such an error. Blame it on old age.
I am particularly interested in this family for I remember their sweet shop in Wayne where I grew up. The German Christmas candies were very special.
Added by Meges on Nov 11, 2012 12:12 PM
Robert & Dolly
Mira E Teagarden
Added by Robert & Dolly on Jul 01, 2011 8:58 AM

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