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  

  • Born in 1806 - Germany,,,Prussia,DE
  • Deceased in June 1859 - Spencerville,,Ohio,Allen Co, Ohio,US , age at death: 53 years old
  • Serie n :, perhaps born in Luxemburg

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Individual Note

Sources/
Armstrong, Cheryl Elaine Curran, n:1.2.3.4.4,
Burns, Mrs. Frances B., n:2.4.1, Kansas City, Kansas
Eisenbeis, Chuck & Mable, n:2.2.8, Toppenish, Washington
Maretti, Jim, n:2.2.11, Seattle, Washington
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Family to check with the followed file:

  1. z195 FERDINAND EISENBEIS
    * Luvenburg, Germany (perhaps Luxemburg)
    > z195.1 JACOB EISENBEIS =>

  2. z195.1 JACOB EISENBEIS
    Left Baden, Germany in 1848 for USA
    oo Mary Wagner
    > z195.1.1 PETRONELA EISENBEIS
    > z195.1.2 FRANCIS EISENBEIS
    > z195.1.3 FERDINAND EISENBEIS
    > z195.1.4 JOHN EISENBEIS
    > z195.1.5 JACOB EISENBEIS
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