Let Me Introduce Myself...
Since opening this site, visitors have often
written introductory messages along with the guest registry. Already, some
new connections have been made. We have
created this page in response to this nice development.
In an attempt to get
to know one another, let us know who you are by introducing yourself!
Don't be shy...stand up and take a bow!
E-mail me if you would like to introduce yourself!
Let Me Introduce Myself...
Hello! I am Robert Earl Engelbach, and I currently live in Medford, OR. I have lived in Alaska and
Montana - my father (Robert Lee Engelbach lives in Anchorage) and my family is spread over Washington, Montana, Oregon,
and Texas. As seems to be the case with many of our ancestors, I am an accountant and an amateur woodworker.
Please contact me at the address below - I am interested in all stories!
Hi I am Judith Engelbach Slaughter from Rialto Calif. I live with my two children Ryan age 20 and Amy age 17.
I am also the sister to Bob and Melva Engelbach from Maryland. I was born to Robert Skelly Engelbach and Delena
on July 1st 1958 in Baltimore, Maryland. I came to Calif when I was 3 yrs old.
Hi I am David Wasserman, grandson of Howard J. Witzenburger
(http://soli.inav.net/~jme240/oldphoto/henryedmaryminnie.htm) who is the son
of Minnie Engelbach Witzenburger.
Hi, I'm Anne Ober Englebach, married to Jon Englebach, son of James Raymond
Englebach. I was searching the internet and found alot of Englebach's and I
was just amazed! Jon and I met in Md, where we both grew up, but Jon was born
in PA, near Lebanon. We have 5 children, the youngest is 9 months and the
oldest is 11. We now live in western North Carolina, have been here for about
2 years, fixing up an old farmhouse. I make homemade soaps and other
toiletries, you can see them at:
You can contact us at: Mulberry224@aol.com
Hello, I'm Rich Englebach and my wife's name is Bella (Isabella).
I met my wife while in college at Florida Tech (formerly Florida Institute
of Technology). We have three sons, Geoffrey, Gregory, and Ian. I grew up in
Syracuse, NY and after college, work brought me to the Philadelphia area
where I have been since 1978. We live in Morton, Pennsylvania. My parents
live in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey while my brother, his wife and two daughters
live in Rochester, New York. My great-great-grandfather, Henry, immigrated
to America with his family in 1857, through the Port of Baltimore. They
settled in Reading, Pennsylvania; after two terms of service in the Civil
War, and a short stay in Wisconsin, Henry resettled his family in Reading.
Up until the last year or so I thought the Englebachs/Engelbachs were a
small clan. Now I find we are all over the place! It has been great getting
to know everyone and I look forward to the EWWR in July!
"Branches of the Family Tree": Under the Cookbook section Kathy Schweitzer
submitted Rose Englebach's Chocolate Midnight Cake. Rose (see Ancestor
Photos; the little girl on Rose's left if Kathy's mom) is Kathy's maternal
grandmother. Rose's paternal grandfather was John Henry Englebach. John Henry
was the brother of my great-grandfather Herman Englebach. Their father was
the above mentioned Henry Englebach.
(Hi Kathy and Jean!)
I am Chris (Christiane) Engelbach Hitchcock. I am one of the
aunts of Robert Engelbach (#3 on this list). My Engelbach ancestors date
back to Pastor Engelbach and I will get this genealogy uploaded to the site
soon. My husband and I live in North Georgia (USA). Presently we are
raising ostriches for meat, leather, etc. You can find more about ostriches
by visiting our website at
http://www.jcranch.com. As a hobby we like to country
dance (two-step, swing, waltz,etc.) but taking care of 300 birds takes up
most of our present time. I have three children (Jennifer Barlow, Jared
Barlow and Jessica Barlow). Jared is the computer expert in our family and
lives in North Carolina. Jessica is going to college in Sitka, Alaska, and
Jennifer works in Atlanta, Georgia. We all love the outdoors and camping.
Last year my husband Jere and I took a 435-mile bicycle ride from north
Georgia to southern Georgia with BRAG (Bicycle Ride Across Georgia). This
year we were busy raising chicks. So you can see the Engelbachs range far
and wide with diverse talents and hobbies!
JC Ostrich Ranch
Hello, My Name is Jean-Pierre Engelbach from Paris. My address : 4 rue Sainte
Marthe 75010 Paris Tel (33) 01 42 39 23 13 (No Fax, no e-mail personnel). Il
est possible de me joindre par le e-mail de mon travail : email@example.com
J'ai surfur votre site et je suis trintssour venir iedenkopf
au mois de juillet. Je suis aussi intssar vos recherches galogiques.
J'ai actuellement a disposition un arbre galogique complet des
branches Engelbach en Allemagne et en France, depuis le 15 sie.
Le premier ance connu etait charpentier iedenkopf. Je vous souhaite
une trbelle et heureuse ann1999, pour vous et pour vos proches.
A biente vos nouvelles. Jean-Pierre
This is the ENGLISH TRANSLATION when you copy the message into the Alta-Vista
Language Translator which you can get to from our Main Page:
Hello, My Name is Jean-Pierre Engelbach from Paris. My address: 4 rue Sainte Marthe
75010 Paris Telephone (33) 01 42 39 23 13 (No Fax, No personal e-mail).
It is possible to join to me by e-mail of my work:
I surfn your site and I am very interested to come in Biedenkopf in
July. I am also interested by your genealogical search. I currently have at
my disposal a complete family tree of the branches Engelbach in Germany and
France, since the 15 century. The known first ance was a carpenter with
Biedenkopf. I wish you very beautiful and happy year 1999, for you and your
close relations. So long of your news. Jean-Pierre
Engelbach; my wife's name is Glenda. We live in Hampton, New Hampshire
and have two kids: Benjamin, 11, and Meagan, 8. We're in the process
of adopting two foster kids: Jenna Nicole, 3, and Jordan Elizabeth, 2.
Jordan's saying these days is "I a Engelbach."
I work in Boston, a 50-mile drive, so I'm always interested in finding
books on tape. My ancestors settled in Arenzville, IL after they
immigrated from Germany in the middle of the past century. My
grandfather, Fred Engelbach, was a doctor in Jacksonville, IL. My
father, Fred Engelbach Jr, was in the Air Force for 25 years and is now
the business manager for the Hampton, NH school district.
Good meeting you. I'm looking forward to developments on the web site.
Rob/Glenda Engelbach   firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Suzanne Engelbach Leeseberg and I live in Antrim, Ohio. My
mother's name was Lovisa and my father's, Adolph. They came from Olean, New
York and settled in Canton, Ohio. I had two sisters, Verona and Enid, and
two brother's, DeVere and James. I have two sons, Ron in Fresno, Ohio, and
Ken in Miami, Florida. I'm sending this email from Ron's computer.
Suzanne Engelbach Leeseberg   email@example.com
Hello. My name is Derek Engleback from
Chelmsford, Essex, England of the Jacob Engleback clan. He was born in
Germany, perhaps Prussian, from Engelbach. Just thought you may like to know
my hobby. It is photography and has been for near fifty years but I am now turning
to digital on my computer with digital cam equipment.
Hi, I'm Jim Engelbach and my wife's name is Martha. We have two teenagers
Justin and Malia. We live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa but we are originally from Ohio.
My ancestors settled in Olean, New York in 1869 and moved to Ohio in the
early 1900's. Work brought us to Iowa in 1988 and now we thoroughly enjoy
our new home state. We have been having a lot of fun with the web site and
are very excited about the all the new connections we are making because of it.
Looks like 1999 is a good year to be an Engelbach! firstname.lastname@example.org