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Alpenrod Germany Church Books

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Resource: Archion, Kirche in Hesse und Nassau, Dekanat Marienberg - 

Parish Register composition of recognized place names:  Alpenrod, Belingen, Büdingen, Büdinger Mühle, Dehlingen, Enspel, Hirstcheid, Hirstscheider Talmühle, Lochum, Neuhof, Püschen, Sagewerk bei Büdingen, Stockum, Stockumermühle, Stöffel, Todtenberg, Todtenberger Mühle, Welterstein, Ziegelei bei Büdingen

 

Alpenrod:

Taufregister                    1662 - 1704

Trauregister                    1662 - 1704

BDregister                      1662 - 1704

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Taufregister                    1704 - 1733 - Baptisms begin image 4

Trauregister                   1704 - 1733 - Marriages begin image 89

BDregister                     1704 - 1733 - Burials begin image 112 

KonfirmR                       1704 - 1767 - Confirmations begin image 135

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Taufregister                   1733 - 1782

Trauregister                  1733 - 1782

BDregister                    1733 - 1782

KonfirmR                      1733 - 1782

 

Bolded items were reviewed for family names Dunschmann

 

Maybe I will return to look at the 1733+ books, but seems most of the Dunschman persons have moved on.

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Updated this post to include areas completed in my initial review.  Most of my look into these records was to focus on the Dunschmann family name.  I do need to take the time to review the 1733 - 1782 books as well as follow a few Dunschmann to the locations they went after marriage.

Not all of the books I need to review are available through Archion.

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Hello I am looking for a Johan Georg Hehn md. 1. Eva Catharina Schneider and 2. Veronica Koch family from Alpenrod emigrated to New York (1709ers). That's all the reliable information I have (from Henry Z. Jones' Palatine families of New York 1710 books). Is there a way to get a search of the church register done or access it online?

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I found the churchbooks at Archion can you search it for family names or can you recommend someone who can? I opened an account so you can use that. I just can't download every image. I can afford to pay if that's necessary.

 

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I have access to Archion.  If you are willing to post as much as you know about them I can try to find the records.  If you prefer, message me the information.

 

When you say the Hank Jones books, can you be specific as to which one, he made a few.

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The important stuff is in Palatine Families of NY Vol 1 p. 316. Attached is what I think I know. If you can confirm it that would be great. If you get ambitious and want to flesh out the families I would be forever in your debt :) The big uncertainty is there seems to be a lot of circumstantial evidence that Georg Hohn belongs with the other children of Henrich Henn but I have no transcription of a baptism. Also that Anna Veronica Schneider is a child of Wilhelm Schneider and Catharina Dick. You'll see the Hain family website that seems to have legit records from the registers in the doc, I found it after I posted the question. Maybe that's all I'll get, it was supposedly from a  translation by Annette Burgert, who I have spoken with several times about my Fischer and other Berks County immigrants. The author of the website is AWOL.

 

Ancestors of Elisabetha Gertruat (Gertrude) Hain.pdf

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ok, I have that book, let me see what I can pull together.

Based upon the link you have quite a lot of data, are you concerned about the validity or sourcing of it?  If so, which pieces?  I see you are looking for the baptism of George Henn as one example.

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The person listed in the Palatines book, is that your relative?  Johann Georg Hähn?  Maybe from Rengsdorf?

 

How are you associating him to Alpenrod?

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