My father Fritz Eisenbarth collected most of of our family tree data with the help of Dr. Edel and many other members of our worldwide Eisenbarth association by in-depth investigations as well as on his often amusing travels.
Some data were found in archives which store records from these times, e.g. a contract concerning the payment of leased chicken to a landowner, court records and entries in land register etc.
I publish this family tree on the Internet so that my father’s detailed investigations were not in vain and can perhaps be of help to other Eisenbarth family members who wish to know about there roots.
Now the next generation is already involved in these "Eisenbarth pages" with advice and action. My son, who runs a small company for web design, conveyed everything "known" to me for these dynamic pages and very often lends a hand himself, if I ??? have. My daughter, who teaches English, helps me to translate text. In memory of my father Fritz Eisenbarth I designed this website since 1999.