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Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 6 Feb 2004 11:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hergert Lohrengel Lohrangel
I keep seeing people on here looking for these two surnames, lol yet everytime I go to email them none of the emails work, anyways, My grandmother's maiden name is Hergert (Her father is John Hergert whose family came from Russia, I think somewhere near or in Odessa) My great grandmothers maiden name is Lohrengel (She had a brother named Phillip Lohrangel. Pretty sure she was born in Russia, if not then her mother was). Both my grandmother and great grandmother were named after Catherine the great. Anyway, anyone with family members that match up to any of this, it'd be great if you could email me. I'd really appreciate it.

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 5 Feb 2005 8:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Zdravsmvuy my surname
Hergert Paul.
Paul today to live and is Vita sister to live u.s. We in guests and further can be it did remain in America??? To you we to be introduced similarly surname Hergert, yes??? We ranyiye was live on the Ukraine, and then obrashno in Germany exists Papa and Mama children there I want to live in America, if you please write answer good I desire good Of uv. Hergert Paul
E Mail: mirworld_a@hotmail.com
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E Mail: hergert_paul@yahoo,com

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 12:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hergert, Lohrengel
My Grandmother was Katherine Lohrengel brother Phillip and she was married to John Hergert both came from Nuedonhof Russia around the 1900's. Uncle Phil lived in Tacoma Washington. My mother has lots of information on the family back to the original brothers that went to Russia from Germany.

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 17 Aug 2011 8:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have traced my Grandmother's family back to an area near Samara, Russia. It seems her Grandfather was a Phillip Hergert, born in 1820, who married Anna Margaret Brecht (or Brack?)in about 1840. We don't have any information about her family. They migrated to the US aboard the USS Mosel in 1876 with at least three children, one of whom was Catherina Margaret Hergert, born 11 June 1862. She, in turn, married Joseph Conrad Morasch in 1880. One of their children was Mary, my Grandmother. If this is the family line of which you have information, I would appreciate seeing it. You can send directly to tomdormanaz@yahoo.com or send your phone number and I will be glad to call you. My phone number is (520) 490-4220.

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 27 Mar 2012 12:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello,
My name is Adriana Hergert!
My grandfather was called Ayrton Hergert and his father Fritz Hergert.
Fritz's father was called Kurk Hergert.
Born in Germany in the city of Zurich Sacseu, but this period lost their documents.
We still have your marriage certificate and its certificate to prove citizenship obto!
We would like to recover these documents.
Can you help?
Thank you
Adriana Hergert

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 27 Mar 2012 12:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello,
Kurt Hergert and grandfather of my father and we are trying to regain its origins. Unfortunately, some documents were lost.
He was born on September 19, 1888 in the town of Zwickau in Germany. He left Germany around September 1893.
We tried to regain their birth certificate!
Could someone help me?
Thank you
Adriana Hergert

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 27 Mar 2012 12:29AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm sorry I wrote wrong!
He was born in Zwickau in Alemana and not Sacseu in Zurich.
Thank you!
Adriana Hergert

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 27 Mar 2012 5:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Accidently came across site referecing "Lohrengel" My Dad's parents, William and Katherine came to the USA in 1903 with two young boys, Edward and Herman. I'm told they came from "White Russia", however they were German. Fredric Lohrengel in Utah may have done extensive research on "Lohrengels", think he is a Geology Professor in Provo. This may have aided your research or just muddied the waters.
Don Lohrengel in Tempe, AZ

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 11 Aug 2012 11:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Henkel, Lohrengel, Hergert
My ancestor is Eva Catharina Lohrengel (14.09.1880). She married Heinrich Henkel in Donhof in 1897. They later moved to the Northwest united states. I have all the information on the Henkel line, but I would love more information on the Lohrengel line. There are also some Hergerts who married into the Henkel family. Another Henkel (Catharina) married Philipp Lohrengel in 1896.

Any information you have would be greatly appreciated!

Re: Hergert, Lohrengel (Lohrangel) German-Russian

Posted: 28 Aug 2013 2:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Cousin Debby. I'd like to have the information your mother has on both sides.
Thanks.
Please e-mail me.
Frank
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