Here is my info: Emile N.M. Louis b. Nov. 11, 1859 Town of Longeville les Saint-Avold District of Metz
Father: Nicholas Louis, tanner (b. ca 1807) Mother: Catherine Mangin (b. ca 1818)
From Oct. 9, 1877 to Dec. 8, 1878 he was a cabinet maker residing in the City of Ligny-le-Ribaut, Department of the Loiret.
Around 1880 he emigrated to San Francisco where he was a tanner with his brother (I think) Jean Louis.
I have an accounting record from an attorney (M.Dottet)regarding "M. Emile Louis' account in the succession of his brother (father?) N. Louis who died in Longeville les S.Avold."This document lists heirs as Constance Louis, Jean Louis, Justine Louis, Nicholas Louis and Emile Louis.One of the items was the sale of barn "next to the house of Losson de la clef d'or."
In 1884 Emile married Rosine M. C. Renner, a native of France residing in Rio Vista, California.Her death certificate says she too was born in Alsace-Lorraine.She may be related to some Delaux and Muller families (I have personal letters).
In 1886 Emile was naturalized in SF.Witnessing the oath were Jean Louis and Michel Entzminger (native of Germany).
Emile and Rosine had three children, Gaston, Emile G. Levy Louis and Rose Katherine Amelie, my grandmother.