Two Little Girls

Joan Kathleen Hagenbuch 1944
Details from two photographs: Joan Hagenbuch (left) and Kathleen Hagenbuch (right), 1944

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9 Responses

  1. Karen Courie says:

    Thank you so much for the research and kind welcome, Mark! I am honored to be part of the Hagenbuch family, and I appreciate all the work you and Andrew do. Everything is so well-written and researched; it’s a valuable resource for us all.

  2. Ben Hagenbuch says:

    Great work gentlemen!

  3. Dave+Hagenbuch says:

    Welcome to the family Karen .. I hope you enjoy all the information that Mark and Andrew provide. There is a lot there to digest, as there always is in these articles. They always do an excellent job. But then, I have a slightly biased opinion.

  4. Tom Jones says:

    This is so cool. I am a descendant of Ruben and Sarah’s daughter Rosanna 1849-1911. She married Alfred Beer(s) of Cherryville 1850-1924. They rest at Bowmanstown. They had two daughters Rosanna 1870-1926 married Lewis Meyers, and my 2nd great-grandmother Sallie Rebecca. She married James Monroe Redline (naming for presidents was a thing then) of Mauch Chunk. They both rest at the cemetery there where James was the Sexton for many years. I have been looking for info on Salome and Reuben for many years. Thanks

  5. Ronald Strohl says:

    Joan was married to Ronald Cristman not Donald. I went to grade school and high school with them as classmates. Great memories.

  6. Mark Hagenbuch says:

    THANKS, Ronald….not sure how I got Donald, maybe a typo on my part or wrong info given to me previously? I have changed it in the Two Little Girls article. I did find something else. I found a reference that Joan was first married to and Edward Bauer in 1956. Any ideas about this. THANKS again for keeping genealogy correct. Mark

  7. Barbara Wiemann says:

    I knew Willoughby Hagenbuch of East White Street, Bowmanstown. He was a paraplegic veteran of World War II and died in 1974 at age 50. Despite the lack of handicapped accessible facilities at the local polling location, he overcame the challenges to vote..

  8. Ronald Strohl says:

    Joan was only married to Ronald Christman, she married before graduating from high school

  9. Ronald Strohl says:

    I knew Willoughby as well and washed and polished his OldsHoliday car. He did leather work and I still have a wallet and pistol holster he created. He was a gentleman and had a positive attitude.

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