Paulina Kreider (Recktenwald)

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updated February 06, 2019
Paulina Kreider (Recktenwald) was born at Urexweiler, Saarland, Germany. She was born into the Recktenwald family and married into the Kreider family. She married Johann Berthold Kreider. Paulina died at Urexweiler, Saarland, Germany.

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Paulina Kreider was born inUrexweiler, Saarland, Germany,

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Paulina Kreider died inUrexweiler, Saarland, Germany,

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Born: Apr 9, 1901

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Paulina Kreider (Recktenwald) died at Urexweiler, Saarland, Germany. She was born at Urexweiler, Saarland, Germany. She married Johann Berthold Kreider.
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Other Kreiders

Freidrich Kreider
Born: Sep 13, 1904
Magdalena Kreider
Born: Sep 15, 1907

Other Recktenwalds

Anna Magdalena Thome (Recktenwald)
Oct 13, 1887 - Jan 9, 1969
Barbara Recktenwald (Thome)
Feb 23, 1895 - 1939
Jakob Friedrich Recktenwald
Apr 15, 1894 - Jan 19, 1965
Magdalena Recktenwald (Thome)
1858 - Nov 25, 1918
Johann Hermann Recktenwald
May 25, 1854 - Nov 28, 1946
Amalia Recktenwald
1886 - Aug 7, 1953
Johann Recktenwald
Jan 29, 1888 - Mar 24, 1888
Luzia Recktenwald
Nov 27, 1889 - Nov 3, 1918
Maria Rosina Recktenwald
1891 - Jan 28, 1977
Katharina Recktenwald
Jan 6, 1893 - Mar 1, 1984
Bertha Recktenwald
Oct 30, 1894 - Aug 15, 1968
Hermann Recktenwald
Jan 11, 1897 - 1984
Josef Nikolaus Recktenwald
Born: Mar 18, 1899
Elisabeth Recktenwald
Sep 30, 1904 - Feb 17, 1979
Valentin Recktenwald
Sep 30, 1904 - Nov 13, 1975
Margaretha Recktenwald (Fuchs)
Apr 16, 1898 - Dec 31, 1983
Maria Barbara Recktenwald (Thome)
Oct 25, 1851 - May 8, 1894
Johann Jakob Recktenwald
Oct 28, 1849 - Feb 6, 1930
Hermann Recktenwald
May 15, 1884 - Aug 15, 1884
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