Family Diversity – The Lauer, Borgmeier, Bauer Families – Deutschland To Baltimore, Maryland And The MacCubbin’s 1650 To 2006 Vol. II

Family Diversity – The Lauer, Borgmeier, Bauer Families – Deutschland To Baltimore, Maryland And The MacCubbin’s 1650 To 2006 Vol. II

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Family Diversity – The Lauer, Borgmeier, Bauer Families – Deutschland to Baltimore, Maryland and the MacCubbin’s 1650 to 2006 Vol. II ; by Nancy Lee Waters; 1996; 442 pp; hardbound; appendices, full bibliography, endnotes; full name index; Item #NWL02

 The volume traces the ancestry of William Edward Lauer back to his 5th great grandfather, Nicolaus Lauer, born about 1665 in Stürzenhard, Germany. Nicolaus was the great grandfather of Simon Lauer, who immigrated to Baltimore Maryland in 1852. The Borgmeir, Bauer, and Würz family is followed from the immigrant, John MacCubbin, through his son, William, to Mary Susanna MacCubbin Lauer

The 600 plus additional surnames appearing in the book include: Appold, Baker, Barry, Beard, Beck, Bell, Benda, Bensel, Benson, Betz, Biggar, Bilz, Bittner, Blaney, Bohli, Bonhack, Borgia, Brasseur, Brewer, Breyer, Burgess, Cain, Caldwell, Calnary, Carroll, Casselly, Chinea, Cook, Cromwell, Dellosso, Dewald, Diemer, Doyyle, Dressel, Duvall, Eberle, Eckle, Edinger, Ehrhart, Einolf, Falkenstein, Feiler, Feldevert, Feldewert, Fell, Fields, Finnegan, Finnick, Flaschentrever, Ford, Frey, Gareis, Geiling, Gilka, Gill, Gilman, Gist, Gottliebin, Grape, Gray, Greenholtz, Griffin, Griffith, Gutberlet, Gwinn, Gypp, Haas, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hamper, Hanna, Harrison, Hayes, Heller, Henderson, Herchardt, Herrmann, Hintenach, Hochadel, Hoeck, Hoenig, Hofmann, Holland, Hood, Howard, Insley, Janssen, Jung, Kahler, Karger, Keenan, Keene, Kehl, Keiner, Kempf, Kilchenstein, Kiser, Knoedler, Koester, Lacks, Lederer, Leonard, Lesinski, Lingan, Linton, Lorenzo, Lun, Mackemull, Mayer, Meil, Melka, Miller, Moore, Mueller, Mullen, Nagel, Newton, Nicholson, Noell, Oler, O’Neill, Osenburg, Owens, Phillips, Polster, Rack, Reely, Reger, Repp, Reynolds, Ridgely, Rieke, Roache, Rossmann, Runk, Saul, Schaffer, Schanzenbacher, Scheel, Schlinkert, Schmidt, Schoch, Schoenig, Schroeder, Scully, Simpson, Skillman, Smith, Sommer, Spangler, Steck, Stiefel, Stumpfig, Sutton, Thillmann, Turner, Urbach, Valient, Veith, Vesely, Vogel, Vogler, Wacker, Wade, Waggner, Wagner, Waters, Weber, Weiger, Weitzel, Wernig, Westall, Wharry, White, Whitley, Wieman, Wilkins, Williams, Wirgelin, Wolff, Wuntz, and Zentz.

About the Author

Nancy Water Lauer is a researcher, lecturer, college instructor, and award-winning author. She has extensive speaking experience throughout the Maryland-Virginia area.

The 1997 Heart of America Genealogical Society Award of Excellence was awarded Nancy’s First book, Family Diversity – The Huhn, Pestorf and Steck Families Volume I, and she earned the 2007 National Genealogical Society Writing Competition Award for Excellence: Genealogy and Family History for her second book, Family Diversity – The Lauer, Borgmeir, Bauer Familes – Deutschland to Baltimore, Maryland and the MacCubbin’s 1650-2006 Volume II. This book also earned the 2007 Maryland Historical Society Sumner a Paker Award, for the best genealogy of a Maryland family. Nancy was a second place winner, 2010 ISFHWE Category III – Original Research Story, and Third place winner of the 2008 ISFHWE Category III – Original Research Story as well as a finalist in the 2008 California Genealogical Society’s writing contest. She is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, certified Microsoft Professional and member of APG, GSG, ISFHWE (secretary), NGS, MdHS, American Society for Quality, and International Society of Six Sigma Professionals.