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ELTZSCHNER

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ELTZSCHNER is an alternate spelling for the surname ELSCHNER. In the Elschner family history book I have both spellings are used. It appears as if there were two branches of the family (one 'ELSCHNER' woman married an ELTZSCHNER man - possible cousins).

A story circulating in the family is that two ELSCHNER/ELTZSCHNER brothers had a falling out and split the family into two branches which never seemed to reconnect. Possibly brothers named Max and Morris, although these do not seem to be family names and I cannot find a reference to them.

There are also several other spelling options,but the only one I have reference to in the family history book is OELSCHNER.

The Elschner family has (in its possession) a Coat of Arms, but no references can be found that tell us what it was awarded for or when or any history of it. (Image with my profile).
There is a family 'story' about the Coat of Arms, but I have yet to be able to substantiate it.

Anyone with anything that may help, please contact me.
Thank you
Barbara

Surnames: ELSCHNER ELTZSCHNER OELSCHNER
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on 2006-06-16 07:54:06

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by allycat on 2006-06-16 08:58:13

Dear Barbara, Hi. The closest website description of this surname was at this link:-

Historical Names

There was Oehlschleger and Elsner etc, but not the exact spellings you have. Sorry.

by bcagle on 2006-06-16 09:46:43

Iknow. There seems to be nothing in any of the databases i've looked into. I have been working on it for some time now and asside from my mom's Ahnanpass and a copy of a family history from 1933, nothing. It really is amazing that nothing appears anywhere, it is an uncommon name. There is a line from Milwaukee, but it is from a different branch. Thank you for trying.
Barbara

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