Peter L. Hagenbuch Family of Easton, PA

Clayton Reuben Hagenbuch, Mary Elizabeth Buttner Hagenbuch
Detail of a photo of Clayton Reuben and Mary Elizabeth "Buttner" Hagenbuch

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10 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    I stopped in my tracks when I saw the picture of Mary and Clayton because I have the exact same one in my dining room! I am married to Ronald Ruschman, son of Gary, son of Harold and Elizabeth Ruschman.

  2. Eleanor Hagenbuch says:

    thanks for all this information Clayton and Mary was my grandparents and David was my father

  3. Judy Taylor says:

    Thanks for the info. I will continue to try sorting out the puzzle.

  4. Jill Gefvert-Minick says:

    This is Jill Hagenbuch Gefvert-Minick daughter of Lew and Marie. My dad used to drive the flowers to Florist St. In Phila when he became old enough to drive.

  5. Terry Edward Hagenbuch says:

    I would like to thank you for writing this story. This has many very interesting points. Also Clayton and Mary were my grandparents and which I spent many happy times with them growing up on the farm. David Sr. was my father. Elaine and Eleanor are my sisters as well. Thank you again for writing this story.

  6. Nancy Hagenbuch says:

    I wanted to correct info on Margaret (Hummel) Hagenbuch (b1833) and update you with a link. She died in 1916. Here’s the link to her grave.

    I am granddaughter of David George Hagenbuch Sr who is son of Clayton and I’m working on or family tree.

  7. Carey Hoffman says:

    Looking for a Walt Hagenbuch. Married to a Sandy ,with son Charles(Chuck), they lived in Selinsgrove Pa in the late 1900s, Sandy was into writing and Walt was an educator..Chuck would have graduated in 1996. Any help would be appreciated. Old friends. Possibly, could be deceased. Any info, please get to me. Thanks, Carey Hoffman

  8. Carli Hagenbuch says:

    Hi! I came across this website while working on a small project for my English class in high school. I got so confused on how my whole ancestry is listed on this website. I am the granddaughter of Dorothy and Eugene Hagenbuch, and daughter of Troy Hagenbuch. It’s so interesting yet scary learning about my whole family.

    • Andrew Hagenbuch says:

      Hi Carli. Nice to meet you, and I hope you found the site useful for your project! There is actually one correction to this article since it was written. It is believed that Reuben (b. 1825) was the son Henry Hagenbuch II (b. 1785). So, that would make your line: Andreas (b. 1715) > Henry (b. 1736) > Henry (b. 1785) > Reuben (b. 1825) > Peter L. (b. 1858) > Clayton Reuben (b. 1893) > Euguene (b. 1937) > Troy > you. This type of information is plugged into our family genealogy site here, if you are interested. This Clayton Reuben’s page: You can even add to Beechroots if you like. Thanks for reaching out and let us know if you have any questions!

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