Betzingen is located between Jettenburg and Reutlingen and today is part of the county city of Reutlingen. The industrial area of Betzingen has nearly reached Jettenburg. Betzingen was a center for the weaver industry. So a lot of people living there had been weavers. Even people of the Haerten area went to work all day long in Betzingen.
The first Kemmler in Betzingen reccorded so far are Michael Kemmler born about 1650 in Betzingen and married to Anna Maria Jauß and Johannes Kemmler born around 1655 in Betzingen and married to Maria Lumpp.
There are several linkages to the Haerten as well as vice versa.
There are quite a no. of Kemmler emigrants from Betzingen.
Last names of the emigrants
Braun, Brucklacher, Dalm, Digel, Fischer, Früh, Kehrer, Kellermann, Kemmler, Kern, Knapp, Knoblich, Kurz, Nedele, Renz, Sauer, Scheerer, Schirm, Schmid, Walz, Wandel, Wittel
City administration Reutlingen
Lutheran parish in Betzingen
The parish can be reached via the Lutheran Parish of Reutlingen
The Lutheran parish records are available locally, but they may not accessible to the public. Copies of the books and registers have been microfilmed by the Wuerttembergische Evangelische Kirche. Copies of the mircofilms are also available from the Mormon church or Online via Ancestry.com, Myheritage.com or Archion.de.
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