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Benedict Braun

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Germany
Death
unknown
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Benedict Braun, was born on 2 July 1639 in Beiswalde, Prussia, and died prior to 26 April 1701.

Benedict was a teacher at Udenheim, Germany. He was referred to as deceased at his daughter Anna Catharina's wedding.

Children:
- Anna Catharina (married Johann Philip Kreußler - see link below);
- Magdalena "Maria" Elisabetha (no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Udenheim, Germany; she married Nicolaus Feller, a son of Jacob Feller. Nicolaus made his first appearance on the Hunter Lists 1 July 1710 with 2 persons over 10 years and 2 persons under 10. The entry changed 4 October 1710 to 3 persons over 10 years of age and 1 person under 10. Niclaus Feller of Queensbury was a soldier in 1711. He, his wife, and 6 children were at Neu Quunsberg about 1716/17. Nicholas Ffeller and Mary Ffeller were each patentees 20 April 1725: he on the North side of the Mohawk, she on the South side. The will of Nicholas Feller of Burnetsfield, husbandman, was dated 28 May 1734 and proved 9 February 1763).

Benedict Braun, was born on 2 July 1639 in Beiswalde, Prussia, and died prior to 26 April 1701.

Benedict was a teacher at Udenheim, Germany. He was referred to as deceased at his daughter Anna Catharina's wedding.

Children:
- Anna Catharina (married Johann Philip Kreußler - see link below);
- Magdalena "Maria" Elisabetha (no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Udenheim, Germany; she married Nicolaus Feller, a son of Jacob Feller. Nicolaus made his first appearance on the Hunter Lists 1 July 1710 with 2 persons over 10 years and 2 persons under 10. The entry changed 4 October 1710 to 3 persons over 10 years of age and 1 person under 10. Niclaus Feller of Queensbury was a soldier in 1711. He, his wife, and 6 children were at Neu Quunsberg about 1716/17. Nicholas Ffeller and Mary Ffeller were each patentees 20 April 1725: he on the North side of the Mohawk, she on the South side. The will of Nicholas Feller of Burnetsfield, husbandman, was dated 28 May 1734 and proved 9 February 1763).



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