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In search of Steigenberger's

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The Steigenberger's came to England from Bavaria in the early 1800's they were industrial chemist's and used to make pigments. They started to make paint in the London area and eventually dropped the "Steigen" from the front of their name and became "Berger" paints.
One of their sons, John, came to Australia and made his home in Rushworth, Victoria and had limited success on the goldfields, he was married to Mary Jane Lapham.
Another son also came to Australia but I can find no trace of him, so he could have been here for a short and left again.
I am interested in finding out more information about the Steigenberger family, I have John's family history since he came to Victoria and I am happy to share with anyone who is also tracing the family tree.

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on 2006-11-28 15:20:04

SandraGreen has been a Family Tree Circles member since Nov 2006. is researching the following names: HAY, STEIGENBERGER, FOXALL and 1 other(s).

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by allycat on 2006-11-29 06:42:43

A search of the National Archives of Australia reveals two search results for STEIGENBERGER ... (just type surname in keyword box, then click on SEARCH):-

Adolf STEIGENBERGER an Austrian, arrived Australia in 1956 aboard 'Flaminia'.
James STEIGENBERGER born Victoria, Australia enlistment details.

And there are 869 search results for BERGER at the National Archives of Australia website.

Q.Have you checked the Public Record Office for Victoria online ?

Alison, QLD, Australia

by SandraGreen on 2006-11-29 16:37:14

thankyou allycat, I will have a look

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