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Emigration documents and application of Johann Georg Langenbacher and his family. The original document is to the left with the interpretation to the right.

I102

Document#1

Kingdom of Black Forest
Wuerttemberg Region
Protocol of Local Municipality
19 March 1836
County Seat of Sulz
Village of Voehingen

At the request of Johann Georg Langenbacher from Voehingen, who has declared his intent to move to North America to settle there, it is documented by this village council:

1. That same Johann Georg Langenbacher the legitimate son of Caspar Langenbacher and his wife Anna Katheruna, born Maier, and according to the presented baptism certificate was born 24 Jan 1792 in Voehingen.

2. That same confesses to the Evangelical Church.

3. That he is presently married to Anna, born Rouch, and father of five children all at the age of one to three and a half years old and remaining under fatherly guidance, and that they, too, want to follow their father to North America.

4. That their citizenship is Wuerttemberg and Voehingen.

5. That their final disposition does not suffer according to the law of 15 April 1828, article 19.

6. And that his assets are at present:

Real Estate————————————- —None
Kapital/debts————————————–None
Cash————————————————-750 Gulden
Other (without clothing or utensils)———-100 Gulden
Total————————————————–850 Gulden and has to our knowledge no debts

7. That there is to our knowledge no problem for him to exit this state and community.

I10144893Voehingen 20 March 1836

I103

Document #2

 

The blow signed Johann georg Langenbacher, carpenter, who wants to emmigrate to North America, and who wants to settle there, acknowledges with this document that he forfiets his rights as a citizen of Voehringen, and that he gives up his rights to the State of Wuerttemberg.

He claims this for himself, his wife Anna and his five children: Christina, Anna Katherina, Johann Martin, Anna and Maria Agnes with their full understanding and knowledge.

Simultaneously he pledges to leave within a year, and also not to serve his Majesty the King and the kingdom of Wuerttemberg. In regards to his finances, he will not make any claims from the above mentioned government bodies until his departure.

Voehringen, 20 March 1836

Johann Georg Langenbacher signature

Anna Langenbacherin signature

 

 

 

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ROYAL COURT COUNCIL SULZ

 

Johann Georg Langenbacher, master carpenter, and his wife Anna, born Rauch appeared before the community and explained, that they decided to emmigrate to North America with their whole family with 5 children. The eldest is called

1. Christina

2. Anna Kath

3. Johann Martin

4. Anna

5. Maria Agnes

The Langenbacher couple does want to take with them a sister, the sister of the Langenbacher wife, by the name Catherine Rauch. She does not want to give up her citizenship from here, but rather just wants to visit to America, since she already has other siblings in America, and she will be able to work there right away.

With this endevor is also enclosed a document from the parish stating that the Langenbachers ask the Royal Council to agree to the usual trip on or about 1 May.

So that there will be nothing in the way of this immigration the council documents the same.

Voehringen, 19 March 1836

Signed by council members

Schultheiss

Schmid

____________

Dingler

Zerr

Binder

On the other of this document is some writing, which is very difficult to read and translate.

It mentions that these Langenbachers, after deductions for some expenses still own 750 Gulden.

This is documented the 19 March 1836 and is signed by members of council, including Kizz and Schmid.

These documents were translated by Annaliese Rochester of Tiffin, Ohio, USA

Emigration documents and application of Johann Georg Langenbacher and his family. The original document is to the left with the interpretation to the right.

I10144893

Document#1

 

Kingdom of Black Forest

Wuerttemberg Region

Protocol of Local Municipality

19 March 1836

County Seat of Sulz

Village of Voehingen

 

At the request of Johann Georg Langenbacher from Voehingen, who has declared his intent to move to North America to settle there, it is documented by this village council:

1. That same Johann Georg Langenbacher the legitimate son of Caspar Langenbacher and his wife Anna Katheruna, born Maier, and according to the presented baptism certificate was born 24 Jan 1792 in Voehingen.

2. That same confesses to the Evangelical Church.

3. That he is presently married to Anna, born Rouch, and father of five children all at the age of one to three and a half years old and remaining under fatherly guidance, and that they, too, want to follow their father to North America.

4. That their citizenship is Wuerttemberg and Voehingen.

5. That their final disposition does not suffer according to the law of 15 April 1828, article 19.

6. And that his assets are at present:

Real Estate————————————- —None

Kapital/debts————————————–None

Cash————————————————-750 Gulden

Other (without clothing or utensils)———-100 Gulden

Total————————————————–850 Gulden

and has to our knowledge no debts

7. That there is to our knowledge no problem for him to exit this state and community.

Voehingen 20 March 1836

I103

Document #2

 

The blow signed Johann georg Langenbacher, carpenter, who wants to emmigrate to North America, and who wants to settle there, acknowledges with this document that he forfiets his rights as a citizen of Voehringen, and that he gives up his rights to the State of Wuerttemberg.

He claims this for himself, his wife Anna and his five children: Christina, Anna Katherina, Johann Martin, Anna and Maria Agnes with their full understanding and knowledge.

Simultaneously he pledges to leave within a year, and also not to serve his Majesty the King and the kingdom of Wuerttemberg. In regards to his finances, he will not make any claims from the above mentioned government bodies until his departure.

Voehringen, 20 March 1836

Johann Georg Langenbacher signature

Anna Langenbacherin signature

 

 

 

I105  I103

ROYAL COURT COUNCIL SULZ

 

Johann Georg Langenbacher, master carpenter, and his wife Anna, born Rauch appeared before the community and explained, that they decided to emmigrate to North America with their whole family with 5 children. The eldest is called

1. Christina

2. Anna Kath

3. Johann Martin

4. Anna

5. Maria Agnes

The Langenbacher couple does want to take with them a sister, the sister of the Langenbacher wife, by the name Catherine Rauch. She does not want to give up her citizenship from here, but rather just wants to visit to America, since she already has other siblings in America, and she will be able to work there right away.

With this endevor is also enclosed a document from the parish stating that the Langenbachers ask the Royal Council to agree to the usual trip on or about 1 May.

So that there will be nothing in the way of this immigration the council documents the same.

Voehringen, 19 March 1836

Signed by council members

Schultheiss

Schmid

____________

Dingler

Zerr

Binder

On the other of this document is some writing, which is very difficult to read and translate.

It mentions that these Langenbachers, after deductions for some expenses still own 750 Gulden.

This is documented the 19 March 1836 and is signed by members of council, including Kizz and Schmid.

These documents were translated by Annaliese Rochester of Tiffin, Ohio, USA

 

 

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