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Friends of the Family

Growing up in Montour County, our family was associated with neighboring farm families that were good friends of my parents, Homer and Irene (Faus) Hagenbuch. There were the Durlin brothers—Bob, Bill, and Fred—and their...

Andreas Hagenbuch Estate Inventory Detail 0

Inventory of Andreas Hagenbuch’s Estate

Reconstructing the past can be a challenging task. The further one digs back through time, the fewer records exist to point the way. Such is the case when researching the first Hagenbuchs to emigrate...

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Andreas Hagenbuch’s Last Will and Testament

Andreas Hagenbuch died in 1785, sometime between April 11th and September 26th. He was likely buried in the family cemetery at the Hagenbuch homestead in Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Below is a translation...

Michael Abigail Hagenbuch Homestead 1

Expanding the Hagenbuch Homestead

The Hagenbuch homestead was established on November 4, 1741 when Andreas Hagenbuch received a land warrant for 150.5 acres. The homestead was situated in what is today Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Read more...