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Middle Names – Saturday Night Genealogy Fun

Randy at Genea – Musings posted the Saturday night mission and here are my middle names.




5th great grandparent
Peter Siegfried and Magdalene Billheimer
Daniel Siegfried
Hannah Siegfried

4th great grandparents
Daniel Siegfried and Julia Dieter
William Henry Siegfried
Henry Siegfried
Mary Magdalena Siegfried (mother's first name)

3rd great grandfather
William Henry Siegfried and Mary Jane Bachman
Levi Albert Siegfried
Alonzo Elwood Seigfreid
Daniel L. Siegfried (same name as father’s father)
Gertrude I. Siegfried
Angeline Siegfried
Frances E. Siegfried
William Andrew Siegfried
Leanda Siegfried
Sarah Margaretha Siegfried Atlas Sophie Siegfreid
Catharine Siegfried
Calvin Tobias Siegfried
Arzula Rosanna Siegfried
Floradia Siegfried
Alice Siegfried
Horatio S. Siegfried
Edward Ambrose Siegfried

2nd great grandparents
Alonzo Elwood Seigfreid and Edna Mae Gensel
Harold Elwood Seigfreid (fathers middle name)
Walter Lynn Siegfried (same name as mother’s father)
William Henry Seigfreid (same name as father’s father)
Betty Seigfried
David Seigfreid

Only a few names seem to have made it through to the next generation.  It looks like there was a lot of random middle names given out.  Maybe some day I will find more connections to each generation.

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