"Dachshund* Sausage*" on Ancestry newspapers; Anton/Antoine Feuchtwanger

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Mon Sep 22 16:39:21 UTC 2003

    More from the Ancestry.com message boards.  This is a reply to the
    Upon further examination, it appears that ADS-member and UNC professor
Connie Eble invented the "hot dog."

      Info. on John Boepple
    Author: <A HREF="http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=author&r=an&a=&ee=yS46rWaTKy1YuudSGCE3Wa2lNXuTbyrjr8vtsT_1CtM&onok=http%3A%2F%2Fboards.ancestry.com%2Fmbexec%3Fhtx%3Dmessage%26r%3Dan%26p%3Dlocalities.northam.usa.states.missouri.counties.stlouis%26m%3D178.2157">Randy Bready</A>        Date: 17 Apr 2001 12:00 PM GMT
    Surnames: BOEPPLE
    Classification: Query

In response to your posting under St.Louis, you mentioned
a sausage maker named John Boepple. I believe that this man
was my wife's great grandfather, who came from Frankfort,
Germany sometime in the 1800's. He was married to a Christine Eble. I wonder
if could offer any guidance on how
to learn more about John Boepple?

Randy Bready

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