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Friedrich Georg "Fritz" Anslinger
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Birth: Dec. 17, 1909
Neustadt an der Weinstrasse
Neustadt an der Weinstrasse Stadtkreis
Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Death: Jun. 8, 1987
Neustadt an der Weinstrasse
Neustadt an der Weinstrasse Stadtkreis
Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany

Friedrich Georg Johannes "Fritz" Anslinger was born in Neustadt a.d. Haardt {later to become Neustadt a.d. Weinstrasse after WWII in the Rheinland/Pfalz region} to Gustav Adolf Anslinger & Emma Barbara (geb/nee Duelk) Anslinger. Fritz had one sibling, brother Otto Karl Anslinger of 1911-1989 (had married Margarethe "Gretel" Briemle). Fritz married Luise Barbara Becker on October 30, 1943 in Christuskirche {Christ Church} in Hassloch, Pfalz. To this marriage they had two daughters, Ingrid Uta Anslinger {wife of Richard Harold Geissler} and Doris Barbara Anslinger {wife of Dieter Otto Herman Gaissmaier}.

His oldest daughter recalls:

While Fritz was an accountant by profession, he was an imaginative amateur photographer who used an old Leica camera and glass negatives, later using a small "modern" Leica. When he was young he liked to travel, ski, and take cruises to Norway, which he always hoped to repeat with his wife Luise. Unfortunately they never did. He and his younger brother Otto co-owned a fancy BMW motorcycle with side car. He was determined not to succumb to the 50s craze when everyone felt that had to have a car, refrigerator, washing machine, and a mink stole for the lady of the house. Instead he was set on putting Luise on the back seat of the motorcycle and the two kids would fit nicely into the sidecar. Needless to say, the Opel 12M won out in 1959, blue boxy bottom, white boxy top. Up until then the family went either by commuter train or the local bumpy dark red bus which stopped at every little village at every "Tante Emma" store. Our favorite seat was the large, soft bench in the very back of the bus where the kids had the best view of all the goings on of the adults getting on and off throughout the farmland and the vineyards on the way to Neustadt. Of course, we religiously visited our "Oma and Opa Neustadt" for Sunday afternoon coffee and Kuchen, Kuchen, Kuchen. (German cake) No such thing as just one cake in any family we ever grew up with.

In order to be admitted to the Sunday afternoon coffee ritual, we had to have hiked a proper distance through the woods and vineyards, appreciating nature and learning almost by osmosis about all the kings, princes, battles, deep wells, and huge castles perched high in the hills. Everybody hiked regardless of age or social standing. The old Opel just enabled us to reach even more amazing remote castles. Then people would either stop at one of the little Gasthaus popping up out of nowhere in the middle of the woods, or we would head back to Oma's where the strongest, hottest coffee was brewing.
Family links: 
  Gustav Adolf Anslinger (1880 - 1961)
  Emma Barbara Duelk Anslinger (1884 - 1966)
  Luise Barbara Becker Anslinger (1914 - 2004)
  Friedrich Georg Anslinger (1909 - 1987)
  Otto Karl Anslinger (1911 - 1989)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: See his brother's memorial entry at Otto Anslinger
Park Friedhof Cemetery
Bad Dürkheimer Landkreis
Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Created by: Marc G.
Record added: Nov 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61456459
Friedrich Georg Fritz Anslinger
Added by: Marc G.
Friedrich Georg Fritz Anslinger
Added by: Marc G.
Friedrich Georg Fritz Anslinger
Added by: Marc G.
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