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Most Lederers emigrated from Europe to America in the 19th century.My family was Jewish,but there were Christian Lederers in the U.S. as well.

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Dave+ Margaret Lederer at Salem Fields Cemetery in New York

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I know all the cousins on my branch of the Lederer tree who grew up in Gloversville,New York, and Pacific Palisades,California. I've also met descendents of Samuel Lederer's son,Max,when my family…Continue

Started by Sue Lederer Geiger. Last reply by Sue Lederer Geiger Aug 14, 2009.

Lederer Articles 2 Replies

Here are newspaper articles about Samuel Lederers 70th Birthday in 1894 ( The article is at the top,third column from the right.) and an article about Samuel and Marie Abels Lederer's Golden…Continue

Started by Sue Lederer Geiger. Last reply by Sue Lederer Geiger Aug 7, 2009.

Alice Lederer 3 Replies

Alice Lederer married Richard Perutz 1900 in Austria.Her parents were Gottlieb Lederer and his wife was Anna Stedry. Not exactly sure when Alice and Richard moved to America, but they moved to NY I…Continue

Started by David Decker. Last reply by Sue Lederer Geiger Aug 7, 2009.

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Comment by Linda Lea Christ on August 17, 2012 at 2:53pm

My MT dna haplogroup is "T2".

My gg grandmother Margaretha was born February 8, 1849 and died October 4, 1926.

There are some Lederer's of Geradstetten, Wurtemberg, Germany.

Simon Lederer -a judge b 1609 d 1659.

Johannes Lederer- a mayor, b 1728 d 1742

Johann Simon Lederer - a mayor b 1700 d 1775

Johan Frederich Lederer - a mayor b 1738 d 1815

Karl Gottlieb Lederer - a vine grower b 1782 d 1869
wife= Anna Margaretha Schoal b 1786 d 1865

Joseph Leder - Private Civil War Vet Company G/44th Infantry from Whitewater, WI 1/7/1865 -died of disease in Paducah, KY  Aug 1/1865.

The only Lederer that I am certain of is my gg grandmother Margaretha Lederer of Mequon, Wisconsin.

The others are ones that I found doing searches.

Linda

Comment by Linda Lea Christ on August 17, 2012 at 2:11pm

My great, great grandmother is Margaretha Lederer-Otto. Otto is her husbands name. I am still not certain who her father is. I think he might have been Michael Lederer. She lived in Mequon, Wisconsin and is buried at St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery on Mequon & Port Washington Roads.

Margaretha Lederer-Otto

Comment by John A Gwinn on January 29, 2010 at 7:57pm
I have some early Lederer in my tree. However, when my grandmother married into the family, it had been changed to Leathers.
There is a link to TribalPages on my homepage with a tree and 32 Leathers and some Lederer information from my family.
I noticed most members searching for Lederer aren't active.
Hope I can be of help, and can get some help from this website.
John
 

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