The Story of My Life - George Nicholas Saegmuller

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Genealogy


GENEALOGY of the SAEGMULLER FAMILY

Sebastian Seegmuller, married Magdalena Schäfflin Feb. 12, 1656, date of birth and death unknown, they had 10 children

Abraham, born Dec. 1656, married Marie Bruckbacher, Oct. 14, 1679 Maris, born Aug. 6, 1659, married Micheal Bläs, Feb. 8, 1686
Mathias, born Jan. 30, 1661, married Walburg Löffler, Mar. 10, 1685 Sebastian, born Aug. 4, 1663, died Nov. 18, 1663
Daniel, born Apr. 9, 1665, died Feb. 2, 1694
Magdalena, born Dec. 9, 1666 married Paul Schmalzer from Windishhauser, Mar. 3, 1696
Barbara, born Feb. 13, 1669, died Mar. 9, 1669
Elizabeth, born June 9, 1670, married Gottfried Liebentritt from Oberheumodern, Dec. 16, 1696
Regina, born May 27, 1672 married Jan. 20, 1691?
Barthol, born Aug. 24, 1675, died Apr. 6, 1676

Their mother, Magadalena died May 9, 1683. The father
Sebastian Seegmuller married again, Anna Katherina Rauscher Meyer Mar. 2, 1685, they had three children

Walburga) twins born        (died Jan. 1, 1689
Sophia    ) Apr. 25, 1688  (died Jan. 30, 1789
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Johann Martin, born Oct. 30, 1694, married Maria Margareta Hebart Their oldest son

Johann Lorenz, born Oct. 15, 1730, married Eva Barbara Dorner in Kurzenaltheim Their first son

Johann Michael, born Apr. 15, ? , in Kurzenaltheim, moved later on to Laubenzedel near Gunzenhausen, their son

Johann Georg Saegmuller (June 21, 1789; May 20, 1846) married May 18, 1813 Anna Maria Küttsteiner

Johann Leonhard (Sept. 7, 1812; Sept. 30, 1872) married Margareta Barbara Bertholdt from Neustadt/Aisch Feb. 9, 1846
Johann Georg
Georg Michael
Unknown
Maria married Grotsch (schoolteacher) in Banzenweiler. Three of her children are in America, the oldest daughter lived in Newark and was married to box manufacturer, named Ulrich. The other daughter, Lisette, dressmaker, and the son Christian, lived in a town near New York.

The names marked in bold are our direct ancestors.

The original home of the Saegmullers was Oberaustria but on account of their religion they had to imigrate to Bavaria where the Markgraf of Ansbach had offered them refuge in the part called Mittelfranken. That the name Saegmuller was formerly spelt with two e's is of no consequence. The forebears were mostly farmers; Johann Georg was a carpenter and builder; Johann Leonhard was a school-teacher.


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