Hi, my Loutzenhiser (Loots-in-hi-zer, some of the others say Lowts-in-hi-zer which is more German: e.g. Lautzenheiser) ancestry as I know it:
My son: Ronald Eric Loutzenhiser, b. Sacramento, Calif 5/4/71
My name is Ronald W. Loutzenhiser, b. 7/28/38 Enid, Okla
Father: Vinton Okla Loutzenhiser b. 2/6/18 Enid, Okla
Grandfather:Otto Clyde Loutzenhiser b. 4/18/Genesco, Kansas, d. Unknown, Enid, Okla
Charles HenryLoutzenhiserb. 2/10/1848,Lincoln (or Logan County), Illinois, d. after 1920, McPherson,County, Kansas
Jacob Loutzenhiser b.10/21/1821 or in 1819?, Mercer, County, Pennsylvania, d??
John (possibly Americanized from German Johann?)Peter Loutzenhiser, b.1787, Pennsylvania, d. 1870, Mercer County, Kansas
John (possibly Americanized fromGerman Johann?) Jacob Loutzenhiser, b. ??, Pennsylvania ?
Six children: Loutzenhisers - John/Johann Peter, John/Johann Jacob, &John
Others: Heinrich Nicklas Loutzenheiser, Mary Elizabeth Lautzenhauser, & David L. Lautzenhiser
Some confusion from here on: next listed is Heinrich David Lautzenhausser, married 1/15/1760, Germany
Then Conrad L. Lautzenhausser, married 7/7/1699, Sohern Rheinland, Prussia, Germany south of the Mossel River between Koblenz and Trier. ( There appear to bee three other Soherns in North Germany in the Hamburg and Lubeck areas.)
I could see Lautzenheiser changing to Loutzenhiser, Lautzenhiser, etc., but I think there could be amix-up at the Heinrich Lautzenhausser level.
I have the manes and some info of children and wives from the Mormon church records.There is also a Loutzenhiser book at the Mormon records, but the Oakland, Calif copy was missing.
Several times I have found references in other family histories of Loutzenhiser women marring into those families.Oddly, there were either no children or no grandchildren recorded.
I would appreciate any info or correspondence re L—‘s.
Ronald W. Loutzenhiser,firstname.lastname@example.org