There is a Kiemle family living in Saarbrücken who are descendants of Michael Kiemle born circa 1690. The family is mostly working at their Schreinerei (finish woodworking plant). The Schreinerei has been in the family for some 80 years now.
Below is the Kiemle family tree from Andreas Kiemle, Saarbruecken. Thank you very much for this wonderful artifact Andreas. It surely is a treasure. And we will try to make a fully legible copy soon.
David Kemle, 24 April 2014
Kiemle Family Tree "Green"
Saarbrücken Kiemle Family "Green" Tree
Text at the bottom left on the tree above reads as follows: Tiefenbronn belongs to the local administrative district situated in the Würm valley between the towns of Pforzheim, Leonberg, Weil der Stadt and Bad Liebenzell. The villages "Dieffenbrunnen", "Mühlhausen" and "Lönyngen" are already mentioned in the donation records of the monasteries Hilsau and Herrenalb from the 11th century. The three villages are today one village, Tiefenbronn, with 4500 inhabitants. Since the year 1407 the gothic Maria-Magdalena - Church showed important art treasures: an altar by Lucas Moser from 1431, and a high altar by the master from Ulm, Hans Schüchlin, from 1469. In memory of the important scholar Dr. Franz Josef Gall there's a plaque at the house where he, a doctor and scientist, was born on the 9th of March in 1758. He belongs to the Gall family line. He died near Paris on the 22nd of August, 1828. He was the sixth of ten children who were born to Josef Anton Gall (9) and Maria Killinger (10). His Grandfather was Joseph Gall, born 5 December,1697 in Weil der Stadt, & later he lived in Tiefenbronn, where he was mayor, and where he died in 1734. His father was Joseph Gall, butcher, merchant and councillor, born 23 Nov.1670 in Weil der Stadt, and died in 1740, and was married to Walburga Rheinkunz, of Tiefenbronn. His father was Hans David Gall from Weil der Stadt, 1630-1670."
Thanks for the transciption Max.
Saarbruecken Kiemle Family "Green Tree
In the bottom corner to the right of the tree is a miniature version of the plaque at Gall's house which is mentioned in the text on the left of the tree.
"In memory of the founder of the Schreinerei
Dr. F. J. Gall
born in this house in the year of 1758. This plaque was erected as an expression of great admiration during the 100th anniversary ceremony in London (?) in March 1896 ?????? ???versammlung (=meeting)."
Again, many thanks to Max for the transciption.
The family tree below of Michael Kiemle & Sybilla Haasin also serves as the origin of Siegfried Kiemle of Seattle (now deceased) & Andreas Kiemle of Saarbrücken. It was made for use at the Kiemle-Kemle Family Reunion in Sindelfingen, Germany in September 2012.