My Fettig family is from Logansport.Catherine Klotz married Joseph Fettig.Catherine's sister, Carrie, married a Klein.They belonged to St. Joseph's Catholic Church (now called All Saints) on Second Street between Market and Broadway (Highway 24 east and west).
One of the Klein boys still lives in Logansport on 20th Street and has done the genealogy and has visited the hometown along the Rhine. My mother can put you in touch with him because he lives two blocks from her.
Early on, Joseph Fettig came to Logansport and worked as a boilermaker for the Pennsylvania Railroad (my great grandfather).He had a home built on 13th and Wright Streets (still standing) and then as a job at the railroad became available, he asked the boss to save a job for his brother.Then, he would send for the brother and they all came over one by one and lived with Joseph and he paid for their ship's passage.When one moved out, another came over.Everyone came over except a sister and mom said that Joseph was brokenhearted because he wanted his entire family to come to America.Also, Joseph was so proud to come to America that he learned English on the ship in three months.His wife, Catherine, did not wish to learn English and he was not happy with her!As a result, my mother learned a lot of German.
One of Joseph's brothers went to Elwood, IN and started the Fettig Canning Factory (tomatoes) which sold and is now the Red Gold brand.
Len Fettig's site gave me a lot of information. It is my personal belief that the Fettig's are French in nationality and are from the Alsace-Lorraine region. One side of the Rhine was French and the other German.So take your pick.As many Fettigs as there are in Logansport, some of them don't think they are related and some are not much for interaction, so I hope you have good luck.You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org