Hans Neuhart
(Abt 1544-1591/1608)
Philipp Wagner
(Abt 1548-1605)
Barbara
Valentin Neuhart
(Abt 1574-1636)
Barbara Wagner
(Abt 1576-Abt 1618)
Christophel Neuhart Sr.
(1599-1654)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Margaretha Ostertag

Christophel Neuhart Sr. 1 2

  • Born: 1599, Nothweiler, , Rheinland-Pfalz, DEU 1 2
  • Marriage (1): Margaretha Ostertag
  • Died: 1654, Rumbach, , Rheinland-Pfalz, DEU at age 55 1 2

   Another name for Christophel was Christophel Neuhard Sr.

  Noted events in his life were:

1. Book: the book Neuhart Nobility. 3
All known Neuharts descend from a single patriarch, Christophel Neuhart (1599-1654), a resident of Rumbach, Germany. In 1626, he united with Margaret Ostertag (1605-1667), daughter of the village innkeeper, and granddaughter of the town mayor.

It is through the Ostertag family that the Neuharts trace descent from royalty. This noble past is described in the 260 pages of Neuhart Nobility, second edition. Over 2,000 regal ancestors appear in this illustrated volume (double the number of forebears in the first edition). These progenitors are depicted on over 200 family charts.

What Will You Find?

You descend from community leaders, magistrates, and other prominent personages in Alsace-Lorraine, Germany and surrounding areas.
Besides several medieval knights, various lords and earls, there are many counts, dukes, monarchs, even emperors among your kinship.

You descend from portions of the royal houses of Germany, France, Russia, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Austria.

You are related by blood to Sir Winston Churchill, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, and to 16 U.S. presidents of royal descent: Washington, Jefferson, Monroe, Adams, Harrison, Buchanan, Lincoln, Grant, Garfield, T. Roosevelt, Taft, Nixon, Reagan, Kennedy and Bush, six first ladies, various reigning monarchs in Europe as well as personages of international acclaim.

Seventeen professional researchers (from Germany, France, and the U.S.A.) were involved in this effort. Typed by Ethel C. Phillips and edited by Dennis A. Kastens, 1997, 260 pages. $35.00 (includes postage and handling). Index included.


Christophel married Margaretha Ostertag, daughter of Marzolph Ostertag and Barbara Jost. (Margaretha Ostertag was born in 1605 in Rumbach, , Rheinland-Pfalz, DEU 2 and died in 1667-1671 in Rumbach, , Rheinland-Pfalz, DEU 2.)


Sources


1 Phillips, Ethel C, Phillips, Our Pfalz Roots Are True. A Genealogy of Kochert and Nieb Families (http://www.kindelberger.de/genealogy/WC_TOC.HTM).

2 Kastens, Dennis A, Nothweiler Families 1500-1850 (160 pages. (C) 2001 Dennis A. Kastens
http://www.kastensinc.com/neuhart/index.htm
Dennis A. Kastens, 5101 Kings Park Drive, St. Louis, MO 63129 USA
(314) 892-0888
dakastens@aol.com).

3 Kastens, Dennis A, Neuhart Chronicle, Volume 4 (R & R Printing, Cahokia, IL, copyright 1988 by Dennis A. Kastens
http://www.kastensinc.com/neuhart/family/neuhart.htm
Dennis A. Kastens, 5101 Kings Park Drive, St. Louis, MO 63129 USA
(314) 892-0888).



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