Bauer Family History & Genealogy

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Early Bauers

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  • John 3.7%
  • William 2.4%
  • George 2.0%
  • Joseph 1.9%
  • Charles 1.7%
  • Mary 1.7%
  • Anna 1.7%
  • Robert 1.3%
  • Henry 1.2%
  • Carl 1.1%
  • Frank 1.1%
  • Edward 1.0%
  • Marie 1.0%
  • Jacob 0.8%
  • Margaret 0.8%
  • Helen 0.8%
  • Albert 0.8%
  • Elizabeth 0.8%
  • Frederick 0.7%
  • Louis 0.7%

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Al Bauer I was born in Erd, Hungary. Came to USA in 1956 after the Hungarian Revolution. I live in Bridgewater,NJ. I lived in Connecticut for 20 years before I came to NJ. I finished as a BSEE
and worked in Traffic Control System for all my USA life. Last job was in New York Port Authority
where I retired from just before it was destroyed. Married to Ilona(Helen Vajda, we have 4 children and presently 9 grandchildren, the 10th is on the way. All my children read, speak, write in Hungarian. Visit Hungary many-many times, where I have 1 brother and 2 sisters and many other relatives. I had difficulties with the Hungarian Police at our first visit in 1966, after they gave the amnesty for those who left in 56. We supposed to register with the Police in 24 hours. We arrived Saturday, Sunday I went to the Police Station, they said come in tomorrow. I went the next day and they said that I should come yesterday and I should go to the worst place in Hungary, usually called Andrassy ut 60. It took me quite a while to let them to sign my papers so we could stay for 30 days. Currently my favored occupation is GENEALOGY. I traced back my family to the middle 1700. This is a lifetime hobby, very time consuming, very interesting.
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