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  • Alice Lisa Prager (1899 - aft.1939)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs:Prager, Alice Lisageborene Hauser geboren am 19. November 1899 in Breclav (dt. Lundenburg) / Hodonin / Mähren wohnhaft in Hindenburg O. S.Deportation: ab unbek...
  • Andreas Hauser (1808 - 1852)
  • Anna Dorothea Hauser (1718 - c.1780)
  • Anna Maria Margaretha Hauser (1736 - 1775)
    Also see: Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 16 2018, 23:43:53 UTC Margaret married George Hauser Senior. Margaret Elrod Hauser’s Moravian memoir describes a hard life. After her mother...
  • Anna Barbara Hauser (1738 - 1815)
    GEDCOM Source ===Ancestry Family Trees Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.; @R9@ === GEDCOM Source ===Record for Joh...

About the Hauser surname

1. German (also Häuser) and Jewish (Ashkenazic): from Middle High German hus ‘house’, German Haus, + the suffix -er, denoting someone who gives shelter or protection. Compare Hausmann.
2. variant of Hausen.

Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press.


Balázs Déri :

Some Hauser families might have adopted this name because of having a knowledge of belonging to Hausa or Gamberi people ,likely related to Sugamber in Germania ,who in turn may be descended from Awas-Sha-ya-Ha alias E-Wa-Terra son of EAs-Sharra .

Sarra was the ancient name of Tyros in Phoinikia ,where Tyrrhéns are likely had come from ,who were named Etrurians partly after E'Wa-Terra ,and some of whom seemingly moved to the Ruhr country and to the river Rhén(os) ,whatever they then called like this , to adopt Tyrrhén name from the names of their city of origin and of their present place : Tyr-Rhén , that is Sarrakén or Türk of the Rein .

Awas-Shaya-Ha's son was A-Wan-Panna-Ha ,after whom Pannonia ,the place Sykambers left for Franconia ,might be named,and who may be the ancestor of Wanpannoag tribe in the original Algwank country in the Holy Land too . Tyrhéns namely are at the same time Toscans and related to Tosk Albanians called by Armenians of Nawatl origin Aghwank ,that is Algwank . Levites of this country were descendants of Alaba-Newa and of Albanian language .

Some other Hauser families though may be descended from Awash-Sher-Gawa-Ha from the royal family of the Holy Land settled in Hiero-Solyma ,who may be the ancestor of Osrogo-ta people ,and ,inasmuch they are succeeded in Easter Europe and in Khazaria by Drewian peoples ,is identifyable with Dareios Nothos ,king of Persia .

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