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Personal data Andreas Lautenslager 


Household of Andreas Lautenslager

He is married to Elisabeth Certo (Serto) (Sarto).

They got married on February 11, 1804 at Utrecht, Utrecht, Nederland, he was 22 years old.


Child(ren):

  1. Laurentius Lauteslager  1807-1839 
  2. Elisabeth Lauteslager  1813-???? 


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