INTRO- Researching family REGENSTEINER from Pflaumloch, HAUSMANN from Harburg, KUTZ from Deckingen #germany


barb276@...
 

Hello all! I just joined the group. I've been researching for about 5
years. I consider myself an intermediate in German Jewish Genealogy
research. I live in suburban Georgia (US). My native language is
English. I'm not fluent in any other languages but would like to
learn. I'm an intermediate on the computer and am pretty experienced
in using the internet.

My great grandparents are:
1) Julius REGENSTEIN (b. Joel REGENSTEINER) b. Pflaumloch 1826 d. 1914
in Atlanta GA
son of Lippman Joseph REGENSTEINER (also called Eleiser Lippman)
1788-1839 born & died in Pflaumloch and Babette (Pessele) HAUSMANN b.
in Harburg 1794 and d. in Pflaumloch 1851.
I've identified my great grandfather Julius's paternal family back to
my 7th great grandparents, including names and dates for most of them.

2) Matilda KUTZ b. New York City 1846 d. Atlanta, GA 1929 daughter of
Seligman (possibly also called Isreal) KUTZ b. Decklingen, Bavaria
1805 and d. New York City 1870 and Jette (Henrietta HAUSMANN b. 1814
Harburg and d. 1887 in Atlanta, GA
I have identified Matilda's parents names and year of birth and dates
of death and where they are >from originally.

It is highly probable that my 2x great grandmother Jetta Hausmann Kutz
is closely related to my 2x great grandmother Babette Hausmann
REGENSTEINER.

My primary goals are to find out more about my KUTZ & HAUSMANN
families and to expand my knowledge of all of the direct descendants
of my 7th great grandfather. I've entered the name REGENSTEINER in the
JGFF for the town of Pflaumloch and also "Anywhere". Until recently I
didn't know what town to use for my 2x great grandfather Seligman KUTZ
(immigrated about 1840 to NYC >from Decklingen) or his wife Jetta
HAUSMANN (immigrated to NYC about 1840 >from Harburg), but have that
info now and will enter it ASAP.

Barbara Regenstein, barb276@gmail.com Sandy Springs, Ga

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