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Xavier KOPF
Frances __?__
Husband:  Xaver / Xaverius / Xavier KOPF
Birth:  1801/2, Germany
Occupation:  tailor
Marriage:
Wife:  Frances __?__
Birth:  1811/2, Germany
Occupation:  homemaker
Children:
-
Others in household:
.  John BARMUND, b. 1836/7, Germany


Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #80 of 351):  Cincinnati, 8th Ward, Hamilton Co., OH, p. 529B, 478/627, enumerated 23 Jul 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Xavier? Xaverius? Kopf 48 M   Tailor   Germany
Frances    " 38 F       "
John Barmund 13 M       "
The given name of the head-of-household is hard to read.  It is indexed as "Xavier"; and, at first glance, it looks like Xavier, but on closer inspection, I'm not so certain.  Xavier is the French-English version of German "Xaver."  The Latin version is Xaverius, and educated Germans were very much inclined to using Latin versions of their given names.  The given name at issue has eight "bumps" after the "X," too many to be Xaver (6) or Xavier (7), but too few to be Xaverius (10).

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