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Felix Stambach (b. 22 November 1643, d. 03 November 1729)Felix Stambach was born 22 November 1643 in Kutzenhausen, Alsace, France, and died 03 November 1729 in Kutzenhausen, Alsace, France; Y.He married Anna Maria Wehrling.
Notes for Felix Stambach:
"The name has been found in various ways from Stambach, Stammbach, Sta mbaugh, Stumbo, Stombaugh, Stumbough, and finally Stumbaugh.
Will i & Inventory of Felix Stambach - In part, it says, to his dear w ife, sixty Gulden in money and hereafter recieves three pieces of fiel d situated in Kirchspeil Kutzen-haausen, Bann, and an acre of beets. It says he wants his two sons to recieve his house and farm here in Ni derkutzenhausen, and that is Johannes Stambach the fort house and yard and Jacob Stambach the rear house, but each recieve one half of the f armyard.In addition to the barn and vehicles at hand, which shold be long to each one half and in case of the Disponent's deat on account o f their remaining three siblings, namly Anna Margaretha, Eva and Anna Maria stambach each recieve thirty Gulden of their farthly heirloom, t herefore 90 Gulden together, not inclusive of the mother's third part. He reserves the right to change these orders over short or long.
Permannent Farm:Property in the village of Niderkutzenhausen.
First a one story house, yard and barn, and stall 2 Ruthen by 5 quarte r in size, one side next to the Allmendstreet, on the other side souse s, in front of the allmenchruchway, in back part by Friederich Michel, part by Lorentz Eyer and part by the convent Sarburg taxed yearly by the Gracious Sovereigns five eight and one quarter smoked possessions otherwise free and woned -250 Gulden.
This property inclding half of the barns theron is left for the oldest son Johannes Stambach for his own according to the recorded depositio n, that he pay each of the three daughters 15 Gulden and namely pay th e daughter Margaretha by the upcoming Johannesday, but keep Maria's pa rt and pay her interest and apply Eva's part to her debts, pay the mot her half of her bequeathed 60 Gulden as well as her third part of the already mentioned property with 25 Gulden, after apparent need pay her little by little.But herewith a place in the rooofed over house is reserved for the mother.
Then a two story house inclusive of an orchard attached to the back is two quartes by five Ruhen in size,on one side the aforementioned one story house, on the other side the Hundsally, in front the Chruchally, in back is the convent Sarburg, taxed yearly by the Gracious Sovereig ns five quarters of smoked possessions otherwie free and owned - 250 G ulden
This property and yard inclusive of the eleventh and the barn position ed in the yard is left to the youngest son Jacob Stambach according to the recorded disposition in such a way that he pay each daughter for her fatherly inheritance 15 Gluden and namely pay Margartha by the upc oming Johannesday, but keep Maria's part and pay interest, and apply E va's part to her debts.But to the mother pay half ofthe 60 Gulden ascribed to her in the disposition (30 Gulden) so then to her thrd par t amounts to 145 Gulden together with the haf 155 Gulden which should be paid to her after apparent need.Herewith the widow has reserved t he rith to live on this propertly for the rest of her life.
Kutzenhaussen now lies about 45 miles directly north of Strasbourg
Stumbaugh 'Tree of Life, Our Roots' by Ray B. Grove
Children of Felix Stambach and Anna Maria Wehrling are:
- +Johannes Stambach, b., Kutzenhausen, Alsace, France, d. 17 January 1733, Kutzenhausen, Alsace, France; Y.