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Haag from Diersheim/ Baden/ Germany

Haag from Diersheim/ Baden/ Germany

Andreas Waag (View posts)
Posted: 11 May 2000 10:45AM GMT
Searching for descendants of Haag's from Diersheim/ Rheinbischofsheim, who came to the U.S. in the mid 1800's
Andreas Waag/ Karlsruhe/ Baden/ Germany
mailto:andi.waag@bluewin.de

RE; Haags in Germany

Ana Pugh (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jun 2000 11:40AM GMT
My great, great,great grandfather was born in Karlsruhe. His name was Georg Friedrich Haag, born 1806. His parents were Georg Bernhardt Haag and Friderika Friztin Haag. There may have been more children. Georg Friedrich's children were Mina, Augusta, Leopold and Heinrich "Henry". Henry was my great, great grandfather. Do any of these names match up with yours?

Haag from Karlsruhe, Baden

Andreas Waag (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jun 2000 12:35PM GMT
I am very sorry, but I have no connection to Haag from Karlsruhe, Baden (the town were I live). My related Haags and Waags are only from the location Diersheim, county of Offenburg, Baden. Good luck on your research. Andreas Waag, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany

Family in Baden-Bebelsheim

Daniel Haag (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jul 2000 9:46AM GMT
My family is descended from Peter Haag who left Germany in early 1800's. His father and grandfather's were-Johann-Friedrich-Johann Nikolaus Haag.Maybe this will help.

Haags from Baden Germany

Posted: 17 Sep 2000 8:02AM GMT
Edited: 2 Dec 2001 2:08PM GMT
Hi I do not know if we are related but here is what I know. My ggg grandfather Andrew Haag was born in Baden Germany, he came to Ellis Island sometime in the 1800.s. It is said he was with his wife, but I believe it was his mother Maria Anna Haag. I have just started to research my family history. My gg grandfather was Daniel Haag. From What I can find he was the son of Andrew Haag. I also not sure Maira's name may have been Anna Maria Haag. I am still researching. So if any of this sounds familiar to you, please let me know. Thanks JT

Haag ancestry

Frank Haag (View posts)
Posted: 23 Sep 2000 6:59AM GMT
I am a descendent of George Haag, who was born in Baden in 1836, and came to U.S. in 1842 with parents. He served in the Civil War and died in 1888. He was the father of 13 children, the youngest of whom was my father.

Haag from Baden

Posted: 24 Sep 2000 3:30AM GMT
Edited: 26 Jun 2001 3:42PM GMT
Do you know the name of the parents the place where George Haag and parents came from?
I have some Haag's from Diersheim/ Baden in my database. There are some connections to my Waag family.
Please search also my GedCom at Rootsweb for more details about my related.
Andreas Zipfel-Waag, Karlsruhe/ Baden/ Germany
mailto:andi.waag@web.de

Haag's Boden Germany

Posted: 29 Sep 2000 8:30AM GMT
Edited: 2 Dec 2001 2:08PM GMT
Hi Not sure if this is connected but my gggrandfather Andrew Haag came from Boden Germany, he was born Jun 19, 1817, it is said he came to Ellis Island with his brother, however no one in the family knows the brothers name. I do not know his mother or fathers names but do beleive her married Maria Anna no last name and she was from Bavaria. That is all I have for now, since I just started my family search. If I can be of any futher assistance please feel free to email me. Good luck Joyce
Posted: 30 Sep 2000 7:41AM GMT
Edited: 2 Dec 2001 2:08PM GMT
Hi Frank, Do you have the names of the 13 sibling of George Haag, and what was his wife's name. I have run across this name many times in my family search. My maiden name was Haag. Thanks for any help. Sincerely Joyce T

Haag's

Frank (View posts)
Posted: 3 Oct 2000 7:07AM GMT
Thanks for your message. The wife's name was Victoria. Her maiden name was either Ai or Ay. She was from Bavaria. The children were in order: Willi, George, Josephine, Pauline, Agnes, Emma, Matilda, Louis, Emil, Louise, Helen, Otto, and Frank. The family settled in Buffalo County WI for a while and then moved on to Spink County, SD. I know a little bit about each one if anything rings a bell. Regards, Frank.
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