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Parents - Johann Johan Leonhard Haas - Anna Maria Unknown   - MRM Page -
Parents - Anna Maria Johann Georg Frick - Anna Magdalina Unknown   - MRM Page -
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15 April 1754 Johann Born -  Niederhausen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany   [S2, pages 1, 2, 7] - [Church Records - Johann Leonhard Haas Family page 1, Child #5] - - [S4, page 1] -
Johann Baptized - Niederhausen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany   [Church Records - Johann Leonhard Haas Family page 3] - [Church Records Page 1] -
   
26 May 1758 Anna Maria Born - Germany   S2, page 2, 8] - [S4, page 1] - [Church Records Page 1, 5] -
1779 Occupation:  Johann - Ferry Operator - Niederhausen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany  [S1] - [S2, page 2] - [Hermannshöhle Web Page]
28 May 1782 Married - Germany   [S2, page 2, 7] - [S4, page 1] -  [Church Records Page 1, 4] -
18 July 1785 Son Johann Georg Born - Niederhausen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
16 May 1806 Johann Dies - Germany   [S2, page 2, 7] - [S4, page 1] -  [Church Records Page 1, 2] -
24 October 1807 Anna Maria Dies - Niederhausen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany   [S2, page 2, 8] - [S4, page 1] - [Church Records Page 1, 5] -
After 1842 Son Johann Georg Dies - Germany
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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S1 Newspaper Article:  "Hermannshohle (Hermann's Cave): by the reservoir in Niederhausen" (Photocopy of German Newspaper, nd) - Sent to me by Wilma Haas Lucas, Nov 2004. Acc000408/ Doc0644.pdf


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Hermannshohle (Hermann's Cave) - by the reservoir in Niederhausen
At this time one is trying to preserve this historically valuable building for future generations. In old times, before the erection of the Luitpold-bridge, this house served as a ferry station, where the vehicles (vessels) crossed the Nahe river between Bad Kreuznac and the area around Meisenheim on their trade routes. This is proven, among other things, by a certificate of operations * "Nahe-ferry Oberhausen" in the year 1779, which was granted to Johann Peter Haas by Carl Theodore Lord of Pfalz near Rhein.
This picture was taken on April 19, 1961. (Notes from Wilma: *sort of a franchise to run the ferry granted by the local count or baron. Your g. grandfather Henry Haas was born here.)

 

 
 

S2 Book:  Lucas, Wilma, The Haas Family: Including Fischer, Hain, Heckert & Whetstone Families c1630 to 1992. (Jonesboro, Indiana: Author, 1992; Bk3397  
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S4 Family Group Sheet:  "Descendants of Johan Leonard Haas" by Wilma Haas Lucas ID0379, 10 Aug 2003. Acc000291. Doc0536.pdf
 
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