Zinkh/Zink Family Genealogy


Herblingen is a tiny village that had 56 houses and a population of around 250 people in 1800. Every man in the village was a farmer. The current population is 207 people. Herblingen is part of the community Fremdingen, which has 2,000 people in 12 villages. According to information at the Fremdingen website, the area has been populated since the Stone Age. A nearby river (Mauch) offered a water source, the deep forests offered timber, game, and fruits, and the soil was suitable for cattle breeding and agriculture. Buhlingen is three minutes west of Herblingen (by car).

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Surnames of those in my direct ancestral line appear in BOLD.

Descendants of Michael Zinkh

1 Michael Zinkh b: Abt. 1690 in Germany d: April 29, 1763 in Herblingen, Germany
.. + Anna Taglieber b: in Enslingen m: Abt. 1729 in Herblingen, Germany d: unknown
........ 2 Sebastian Zinkh b: Jan. 18, 1731 in Herblingen m: Jan. 17, 1758 d: Jan. 18, 1795 in Herblingen
...........+ Maria Anna Deibler b: March 27, 1731 in Buhlingen d: Nov. 7, 1777 in Herblingen
................. 3 Barbara Zinkh b: Dec. 1, 1767 in Herblingen d: Nov. 3, 1801 in Herblingen
.....................+ Kaspar Eisenbarth b: March 5, 1743 in Herblingen m: June 23, 1793 in
....................... Herblingen d: March 6, 1812 in Herblingen

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