Story of the Buchbaum

Beech grove in Gottesgabe, Germany. Credit: Flickr/ liebeslakritze

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10 Responses

  1. Barb Huffman says:

    Could we see a photo of what the tree looks like today ?

  2. Beth Morast says:

    I really enjoyed this story since I have learned that I am related to the Hagenbuch family.

  3. Mark Hagenbuch says:

    Sadly, the tree died that first summer (was not cared for by the District). A new one was replanted the next spring. Again, it was not cared for as it should and died within a year. Maybe we should plant a new one??

  4. macwilliam42 says:

    I believe I shall replace the Sweet Gum tree I had to remove (because of disease) with a
    magnificent Beech Tree !

    Bob Hagenbuch
    Kansas City, MO

  5. Todd.Hagenbuch says:

    This makes me very happy to hear what our name means. I have worked in the Vegetation Management profession for the last 20 years. And I have degree in Forestry from Penn State. To know my name means, “An Enclosure of Beech Trees” really is fitting considering my love of the outdoors and forestry in general.

    Todd Hagenbuch
    Glen Mills, PA
    Son of Lawrence Hagenbuch

    • Andrew Hagenbuch says:

      Hi Todd. Glad to have you on the site, and that’s a great connection between work and name 🙂 My dad, Mark Hagenbuch, tells me that you’re my second cousin. Keep in touch!

  6. JoAnne Garwood says:

    Just landed in your post. What a great story. I am a Hagenbuch on my father’s side. My grandfather was Andrew Pierce Hagenbuch, born in Bloomsburg PA, and settled as an adult in Pottstown. 23&me shows that my lineage is Switzerland and Germany. I’m 72 now.

  7. Mark Hagenbuch says:

    Thanks, JoAnne. I hope you keep in contact with us and continue to enjoy our articles.

  8. Glen Buchbaum says:

    so i am a Buchbaum… does that mean we come from the Hagenbuch lineage? Am i mesreading this article?

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