Tracings by SAM...Discovering our Past
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ASCHENBRENER FAMILY HISTORYFAMILY STORIES, PHOTOS, AND DOCUMENTS
Some families spelled the name Aschenbrenner, while others spelled it Aschenbrener.
Origins of the Aschenbrenner Surname
Our Roots in the Bavarian/Bohemian Borderland
The Family History of George and Monika (Bredl) Aschenbrenner
Nineteenth-Century Emigrants from Markt Eisenstein, Bohemia to Northern Wisconsin
(A family history that goes back to the first families to settle in Markt Eisenstein in the late 17th century.)
Read more about Markt Eisenstein (now ŽeleznŠ Ruda, Czech Republic)
Aschenbreners of the Wisconsin Northwoods:
George B. and Marietta (Gilman) Aschenbrener
A Family Story
George Aschenbrenner (1850-1922) Pedigree Chart
Monika Bredl (1855-1929) Pedigree Chart
George B. Aschenbrener (1881-1953) Pedigree Chart
Information on the individuals listed in the pedigree charts above comes from the Pilzen Archives, Czech Republic and from Die Personenstandsmatrikel des katholishen Pharramtes Markt Eisenstein, 1694-1810 (Parish Records for the Catholic Church of Markt Eisenstein) by Hans-Joachim Hšupler. This book is available on microfiche through familysearch.org.
Louisa (Aschenbrenner) Amberson, 1875-1970
A bride at age fifteen ... A widow at thirty-two with nine children to raise
Margaret Rose (Peggy) Addy: No Will and 94 Heirs
Aschenbrenner Family Expelled from the Sudetenland after WWII
Family in America: A Beacon of Hope
Those who served... World War II, South Pacific
Major Robert W. Aschenbrener, World War II Ace
WWII Pilot Robert W. Aschenbrener, Downed in the Philippines: His Story
Ann Middleton Aschenbrener, American Red Cross, World War II
Major Robert W. Aschenbrener and Ann Middleton: Married in the South Pacific, 1945
Veteran Tributes: Robert W. Aschenbrener, World War II Ace
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