Franziska (I981) ,

Name
Franziska //
Given names
Franziska
Name
Franziska /Pillichshammer/
Type of name
married name
Family with Alois Pillichshammer (I2654)
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage
son
1922
Birth: August 8, 1922 Frankenburg am Hausruck, Vöcklabruck, Oberösterreich, Austria
Death:
3 years
daughter
Franziska Muhr, 24 jährig, 1947
19251977
Birth: June 18, 1925 Frankenburg am Hausruck, Vöcklabruck, Oberösterreich, Austria
Death: August 11, 1977Salzburg, Austria
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