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Descendants of Sigismund RENTZSCH (1776-1843)

Journal by hpotterton

Sigismund Rentzsch was a German clockmaker who settled in London in 1811 and became quite well known. He had two wives, Dorothea Meyer (who came to England with him) and Mary Ransome (1796-1874). He had 16 children. His daughter, Rosina Esther (1835-1909), married Edward Pilkington Homan of Edenderry, Offaly, Ireland and they were my great grandparents: their daughter, Charlotte, married Thomas Potterton of Carbury, Kildare. Mary Walker, nee Rentzsch (b.1934) is descended from the first marriage and has some of Sigismund's letters. Among the other descendants of Sigismund Rentzsch are the names: Allibert, Baverstock, Berliet, and Proton. My website is www.potterton.ie

Surnames: ALLIBERT BAVERSTOCK BERLIET HOMAN POTTERTON PROTON RENTZSCH
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on 2006-11-28 05:18:53

hpotterton , from Ireland, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Nov 2006. is researching the following names: POTTERTON, RENTZSCH, ALLIBERT.

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by terry78 on 2007-12-26 12:49:56

Hi, im Terence Rentzsch, last in line of the Sigismund Rentzsch. Living in London, England born in 1929. Have Family tree drawn up by my father, Lawrence Rentzsch, who until he died, lived in Florida.USA. I am interested in any other information I can acquire from numerous european Rentzschs.
nat_matthews@blueyonder.co.uk.

by kandkintn on 2014-11-15 14:15:49

Hi, I am Ken Rentzsch. I had communicated with your father years ago, and had received a nice letter from you following 9/11. Summer before last, we traveled to Germany and visited the home of my Grandfather, Paul Rentzsch, a little town on the Elbe River named Sahlassan. In the church of the neighboring town, Strehla, we found family history going back to the 1700s.
If you are interested in learning about them, please let me know, my email is:
kandkintn@comcast.net
Best wishes, Ken

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