posted by Erzsebet Hehn from on April 22, 2014 23:35
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Message: Hi everyone!
My name is Erzsebet Hehn. I'm from Hungary. There are some Hehn family in Hungary. Thanks for this site now I know there are so many of us around the world! Me and my sister Agnes Hehn live in Ireland for 4 years so if you are Hehn in Ireland would be more than happy to hear from you! All the best.
posted by Liz from on April 22, 2014 23:35
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Message: I'm helping a friend to find his ancestors. Does anyone know about the Hehn family in/around Union County, Pennsylvania, around 1824? He has a great-grandmother by the name of Maria Hehn. She married Henry J. Jarrett and together they had 6 children: Percival Franklin, William Henry, Mary Alice, John Alfred, Issac Newton, and Susan Emma Jarrett. Maria's father's name is rumored to be John Hehn married to Ester Smith, but I can't find anything that would show that...not even in their family documents/collection. It has just been passed down orally. If anyone has any information about Maria's parents and/or siblings or any further information, I would really appreciate it!! Thanks!
posted by Phillip Hehn Reviere from on April 22, 2014 23:34
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Message: This is quite an interesting website I have stumbled upon. I didn't know the name Hehn was quite this popular, although I have yet to find a proper meaning of the name.
Nonetheless, this is what I know. My grandfather is one Mannfred Hehn, descendant of Herrmann Hehn and Lina Hehn. Mannfred's brother is Gert Hehn. The family descended from Westerwald in Germany, although they have since spread out a bit more. As far as I know, on this side of the family, the name is going to die out as all of Mannfred's children were daughters (including my mother). Only myself and a cousin of mine (who has a double last name - but she will marry and thus probably lose the Hehn) will be able to continue the lineage of this name.
Now, as a German speaker, I implore all of you to not pronounce it HANE. It is a German name and should be pronounced accordingly, the correct way should be just the way you spell it, or: HEH - uhn.
posted by Sabrina Hehn from on April 22, 2014 23:34
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Kommentare:: so - another "hehn" :) Probably the last one to carry this name in our family: my sister Silke and I are daughters of Werner Hehn. He and his brother Kurt Hehn are the sons of Hermann Hehn.
posted by Tim Hehn from on April 22, 2014 23:33
Kommentare: I am the 4 child of Paul John Donald Hehn. My grandfather was Peter John Hehn. He came to Canada in 1912 on the ship behind the Titanic. He was supposed to be on the Titanic but missed it. He has one other brother and a sister appearently in the Chicago area. His parents were Anton Hehn and Lena Ottenbriet.
posted by Jon Nielson from on April 22, 2014 23:33
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Message: I come from a line of Hehn's that origniated in Luisenhold Poland and migrated to Plotzk Bessarabia Russia around 1830. My Great great great Grandfather was Johann Hehn born aug 11, 1809. He had many children one of which was Johann Hehn, who also had a Johannes who had a son named Martin Lucas Hehn who was my grandfather. I have a fair amount of information branching from that orginal Johann Hehn, but I am stumped about information before that. If you are related I would love to hear from you especially if you have family history information.
posted by Christian Hehn from on April 22, 2014 23:32
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Hallo liebe Hehn`s,
basierend auf den Informationen von Bernhard Hehn habe ich folgende Verwandschaft: Vater: Rolf Hehn geb. Mühlheim a. d. Ruhr Großvater: Fritz Hehn Urgroßvater Anton, geb. in Oberhausen, Ururgroßvater namens Anton, geb in Liebshausen (irgendwo im Hunsrück) Urururopa namens Jakob Ururururopa namens Mathias Hehn aus der Gegend von Rhein Ausserdem habe ich noch 2 Schwestern, Anke und Susanne und eine Mutter Namens Inge :-) Bernhard, danke für Deine Informationen! Da wäre ich ja nie drauf gekommen. In welchem Verwandschaftsverhältnis stehst Du denn zu uns?
posted by Pia Hehn-Stadler from on April 22, 2014 23:32
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My Hehn ancestors lived in Luckenbach and later on in Schönstein. Both places are in the Westerwald.In the 19th Century on of my great-grandfathers emigrated to the U.S.A
posted by JaredHehn from on April 22, 2014 23:31
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Stadt: Maple Grove
My father, Brian Hehn, grew up Sparta Wisconsin, near Lacrosse. His Father Carl Hehn is traced back to Carl's father Charles Hehn. I am not sure where the tree goes before that but i also have a brother, Carson. If any of those names sounds familiar please email me.
posted by Bernhard hehn from on April 22, 2014 23:31
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Message: Eine Info an Christian Hehn aus Bibrach/Riß: Falls dein Vater Rolf heisst, so hast du und Oliver einen gemeinsamen Urgroßvater namens Anton, geb. in Oberhausen, einen gemeinsamen Ururgroßvater namens Anton, geb in Liebshausen (irgendwo im Hunsrück), einen Urururopa namens Jakob und einen Ururururopa namens Mathias Hehn aus der Gegend von Rheinböllen (Hunsrück).
Gruß an alle Hehns, und insbesondere an die Bibracher Hehns