Nininger/Neininger Family

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Nininger/Neininger Family

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FAMILY BACKGROUND

Mathias Nininger and his brother, Meinrad Neininger are the earliest discovered ancestors in the U.S. of this lineThey are the sons of Landelini and Theresiae Uhl Neininger. There is no evidence that their parents came to America with them.  The surname was spelled several ways. Mathias' name evolved over time and dropped the "e".

Mathias was born 24 Feb 1801 in Baden, Germany and died 13 May 1877 in Fairfield County, Ohio. He lived in Ohio as early as 1833, when his first child, John, was born. Meinrad was born 7 Jul 1810 in Baden, Germany and died  21 Apr 1878.  Both brothers settled in Fairfield County, Ohio. 

Mathias Nininger married Emaline Kasper, who was also born in Baden, Germany about 1803. She died 5 Mar 1883 in Fairfield County, Ohio. There is some confusion about her first name. She is listed in the 1850 and 1860 U.S. Census as "Emaline". In the 1870 U.S. Census, she was listed as "Effa" and in the 1880 U.S. Census, her name was listed as "Aphresene".

Mathias and Emaline Nininger had 7 children in Fairfield County Ohio. They were: 

Meinrad is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio. He married 3 times. His first wife, Barbara Schatzle, died in 1850. Meinrad then married Christena Iegle/Jengle on 18 Apr 1852 in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio. Christena died in 1866. He then married Seleste M. Urice. Many of his children spelled their name NININGER.

FAMILY INFORMATION

Click on the following links to view information on the descendants of Mathias Nininger and Meinrad Neininger to the present. These reports are generated by the Legacy Genealogy program. (Reports with documentation also available)

Mathias Nininger Family Descendant Book (1801 - Present) - a privatized (dates & places of living people omitted) 8 Generation Descendant Book (PDF), starting with Mathias Nininger - 75 pages plus index.

Meinrod Neininger Family Descendant Book (1810 - Present) - a privatized (dates & places of living people omitted) 6 Generation Descendant Book (PDF), starting with Meinrod Neininger - 8 pages plus index.


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