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Henry BROCKERHOFF
Margaret __?__
Husband:  Henry BROCKERHOFF
Birth:  1798/9, Germany
Occupation:  merchant
Marriage:
Wife:  Margaret __?__
Birth:  1829/30, Ireland

WARNING:  Margaret may be his daughter, not his wife.

Children:
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Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, DEU, Deutschland; USA, US, United States, Pennsylvania

Sources:

1.  Census Microfilm Records:  Pennsylvania, 1850 (Broderbund CD-305):  Bellefonte, Centre Co., PA, p. 164B, 102/120, enumerated 31 Jul 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Henry Brockerhoff 51 M Merchant 40,000 Germany
Margaret Brockerhoff 20 F     Ireland
James Mullin 20 M Clerk   Do
James Kinney 45 M Gardner   Do
Mary Brenigan 23 F     Do
Elisabeth McAllister 24 F     Do
Fanny Atherton 24 F     England
L D Straub 22 M Merchant   Penna
Wilson L Rothrock 21 M Clerk   Do
Had Margaret not been born in Ireland, I would have pegged her for Henry's daughter.  If she is his wife, they must have recently married because she has had no children.  Of course, it's always possible that Henry lived in Ireland for a time, before coming to America, in which case Margaret is his daughter.

2.  Hans Pettelkau.  Forschung Brockerhoff.[link died]

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