Part 911b – Brunhammer – 1746 Birth Registration GGGGG-Great Grandfather Conrad Brunhammer

09 September 2017

Good Day,

As I’m listening to the weather updates, and having prepared as best as I can, I need to keep preoccupied.

I was able to find the Baptism Registration of GGGGG-Great Grandfather Conrad Brunhammer and his seven other siblings; Andy’s 5-times Great-Grandaunts and Uncles. The Baptism Registration were all found in the parish records of Saint Fridolin Catholic Church in Säckingen (also Bad Säckingen) Baden, Germany.

I believe that this is building that may have housed the Saint Fridolin Catholic Church.

This is the entry of GGGGG-Grandfather Conradus Brunhammer.

My attempt at transcribing –



7. Conradus filius Conradi Brunhammer et Eli∫sbetha Loo∫erinbaptitatus fuit à R.B. Lorentz Capellano”Patrinis ad∫tantisset levantibus Joanne Schlinger et Mar: Ur∫ulâ _____

And an attempted translation –



7. Conrad son of Conrad Brunhammer and Elisabeth Looserin
was baptized by R. B. Lorentz Capellano: Godparents standing
John Schlinger and Maria Ursula _____

Just my observations.

And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

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