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Swiss flag Consulate-General of Switzerland in San Francisco

Address456 Montgomery Street
Suite 1500
San Francisco, CA 94104-1233
USA
Phonelocal: (415) 788.2272
international: +1.415.788.2272
Faxlocal: (415) 788.1402
international: +1.415.788.1402
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Eoin Haberlin
Sat, 26 Mar 2016 09:54 EDT
Patricia Rosset
Hi hows it going? Just wondering where your info is from..I'm an irish Haberlin and have had difficulty finding out about entrance to Ireland
Patricia Rosset
Thu, 4 Jul 2013 23:58 EDT
Seeking verification birthplace of P.Haberlin
I want to verify my ancestor, P.Haberlin
was born Switzerland, president of CH government one year 1648 Sailed to Ireland with Cromwell 1649 to help soldiers there
He must have stayed in Waterford, married
and became my gg/grandfather. I need to find if my search is accurate? Any help appreciated please? P.Rosset nee McQueen.
Patricia Rosset
Fri, 3 Aug 2012 23:59 EDT
Maarried to Michel Rosset, Swiss born US citizen now.
I have Swiss Ancestor who came to Ireland
With Cromwell in 1649 by ship, a puritan.
My ancestor named Richard Haberlin. I was
told he was a politician and President in
the 1648 Swiss government CH creating the independent, free government.This was,after 30 year wars ending in War of Westphalia.Yahoo has P.Haberlin,K.Durr And one more.Would appreciate any help.
Patricia Rosset, thanks

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