Eisenbeiß Family History orhere  (mirrored from Geocities 1910) 

 The next reunion is scheduled for Jun 2016 in Aberdeen, South Dakota.Details about the reunion are in process of being finalized.
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The spelling adopted is EISENBEIS to avoid duplication. Only a few names are reported correctly.  I beg your pardon. Example: search forJohn Isenbise, write John Isenbise & John Eisenbeis. A quick way is to check the name of the wife. Others patronymics: Eisenbeiß, Eisenbeiss, Eisenbeisz, Eisenenbeis, Eisenbise, Icenbice, Eissenbeys, Eysenbeis, Eyssenbeyss, Eisenpeiss, Isanbess, Yßenbyß, Eisenbeisser, Eisenbeiser, Eisenbies, Eisenpies, EYSENBEYS (French), EYZENBEYS (Russia), ЭЙЗЕНБЕЙС Genealogy Books Click here for a book ordering form before 15 may 2013   A short history of Simon EISENBEIS, great Grandfather of Seyfried (French and English language) 

Eisenbeiß (eyes-en-byes): A person, or persons, who gather every three years to eat kuchen, talk, dance, talk, reminisce, talk, eat, talk about eating and eat while they talk. Clyde Eisenbeis  

(John Eisenbeiser)


  • Born about 1834 - Germany,,,,DE
  • Deceased about 1890 - Michigan,,,,US , age at death: possibly 56 years old
  • Serie l:   moved in 1874, from Hueffenhardt (North Baden) to Allegheny

 Spouses and children

 Notes

Individual Note

 Moved from Hu"ffenhardt/Nord Baden, Germany in 1879 to Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Hu"ffenhardt is located about 20 km NW of Heilbronn.
U.S. citizenship applied for in Allegheny, Pennsylvania and granted in Washtenaw County, Michigan in 1888. His name was misspelled via an immigration mixup as Eisenbeiser. This was correctedin 1888.
Moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan and later to Texas. Had seven boys and six girls.
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Sources
Eisenbeis, Mrs Albert John Jr., l:1.1.1, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 


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