My Maternal Fourth Great Grandfather, Johann “Jean” Palen, Luxembourg

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Johann “Jean” Palen

Birth: 1750
Roodt-les-Ell
Diekirch, Luxembourg

Death: 1825
Roodt-les-Ell
Diekirch, Luxembourg

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Born in 1750 in RUED 1, ROODT 1, ELL, GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG.Died in 1825 in RUED 1, ROODT 1, ELL, GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG.

Married in 1777 to Marie Muller (Mueller) in RUED 1, ROODT 1, ELL, GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG.

source: COMPILED BY VERNON WALSER PALEN, PEDIGREE CHARTS OF PALEN FAMILY-Jean Linderman Mancill -RECEIVED FROM VIRGINIA PALEN-LONG OF DIXON, ILLINOIS. (JAN. 1, 1965).

Family links:
Spouse:
Marie Muller Palen (1759 – 1825)

Children:
Josef Palen (1778 – 1864)
 
Burial:
Saint Servatius Catholic Church Cemetery
Harlange
Diekirch, Luxembourg 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jul 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 113646351

Leopold Frank Palen Emigrated From Bachleiden, Luxembourg In 1862 To Caledonia, Minnesota

English: Historic Courthouse, Caledonia, Houst...
English: Historic Courthouse, Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Dubuque County Courthouse. This particular...
The Dubuque County Courthouse. This particular courthouse is an example of Beaux-Arts architecture. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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English: Red Stone Bed & Breakfast in Dubuque, Iowa (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Leo & May Palen Family, 1898, Caledonia, Minnesota

Palen family-1898-Back row— May, Lucy, Emil, Johanna, Henry (with moustache), Josephine, Frances, Frank Joseph (with moustache). Middle row — Leopold Frank (with beard), Mary Haupert.Front row — Nicolas F., Joseph F., Anne.

My 2nd. Great Grandfather, Leopold “Leo” Frank Palen, husband of Mary “May” (Haupert) Palen. Leo was born on 4 February 1839 in Diekirch, Luxembourg, and died on 2 November 1909 in Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa.

Both of them from Bachlieden, Luxembourg. Leo emigrated in 1862 to New York then Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota. Leo and May married on 29 March 1864 in Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa. Leo was a farmer, and May was a Homemaker.

Parents of twelve (12) children: Frank Joseph, Anne (Molitor), Mary A. (Hengel), Frances (Fuos), Nicholas Frank “Nick”, Johanna “Jennie” (Gaspard), Henry, John, Emil, Josephine (Westcott), Lucille “Lucy” (Koel), Josef F. “Joe” Palen.

Leopold’s parents were Joseph Palen & Anne Catherine (Pletschette) Palen both of Bachlieden, Luxembourg. Both were Catholic. They are buried in the Calvary Cemetery in Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota. 

My Maternal Grandmother, Phylis Adele (Palen) Linderman, was the daughter of Frank Joseph Palen.

According to the U.S.Census for Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota for 1880, Mary’s father, Frank Haupert (Hupert), resided with “Leo” and “May” Palen in 1880. He was listed as age 72, retired farmer from Luxembourg. All were Catholic.

Luxembourg, 1980, Postcard

I traveled to Luxembourg, France, Belgium,  Netherlands, and England in April 1980 with my parents, Louis & Jean Mancill, and my husband, at that time, Richard Fallin. This is one of the postcards from my trip.

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