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Re: Immigration Port Mark Meinhart Meigs Ohio posted Oppau emigration list that was a great assist to me. However other members of this family are not included. how available is
Immigration Port Mark, here is the port info I have on my ancestor Lorenz Reuter. He sailed from Le Havre, France to New York, New York on the ship Xylon in 1838. His daughter
Re: Immigration Port Thanks Myrna, I had forgotten where you told me you had found the info on Margarethe Schoenlein. She is your gr gr grandmother & my gr gr gr grandmother.
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Re: Immigration Port To Mark and Jerri: A just FYI. During the time frame when Margaret arrived, there were no official records on boats that came into Baltimore. I had to go to
Immigration Port Hi Mark, here is the info I have on my ancestor Margarethe Schoenlein. She sailed from Breman to Baltimore on the ship ADMIRAL in 1856 with her 4 children. Her
Johannes Seidenabel Was born around 1774 Married once with no name given Married a 2nd time to Elisabeth Kraus June 2, 1800 Had 4 children Lorenz born 1796 and died March 24, 1800
Re: SEIDENABEL,HEINRICH Friday is a start of a weekend plus I don't sit in front of the internet until usually Tuesday for any length of time. I think I/the group can help you quite
SEIDENABEL,HEINRICH HELLO! I AM NEW AT THIS SITE. I THINK, THOUGH, SOME OF MY INFORMATION MAY BE HELPFUL TO SOMEONE!//MY NAME IS JACKLYN SPAUN. MY FATHER'S NAME WAS ALBERT RAYMOND
Passenger Arrival Records Available - 5 years later From: Schumaker4@... Subject: [OHMEIGS] NARA -- Passenger Arrival Records Available Online Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 07:44:58 EST This from Dick Eastman's
Immigration Port I am hoping a few of you will respond to this. Especially the ones with Meigs County connections. What port did your ancestor come to from Germany? Also, if
Eiselstein family Hello everyone, I have not seen any postings of the Eiselstein family. If I am not mistaken 3 brothers Leonard, Conrad and Johannes Eiselstein (my
Nov 23, 2012#601
Lambsheim Book 2 After a dozen years or so, I was able to get the 2nd genealogy book from Lambsheim. What does this mean, depends if your German ancestor came from this
Oct 1, 2012#600
Greetings Hello everyone. I am new to the group. I discovered you while doing family research. My ancestors are Johann Henrich Lang and Anna Catharina Kern from Schonau.
Apr 15, 2012#599
More Oppau Photos I ended up adding about 15 photos or so. If you see any duplicates, let me know. Things become a blur when you keep starring at them. Have a great Holiday
May 25, 2011#598
BASF Explosion - September 21, 1921 I added 3 more photos this month that I was able to find, for those interested. There are 60 photos now, I think there should be more, will check next month.
May 25, 2011#597
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Family Search Site (Mormans) Haven't checked this site in the 1/2 year or so. This may be old news, but new to me. They've updated it quite a bit, in my opinion, throughout. Items not
Mar 2, 2011#596
Re: Oppau Explosion Pictures Okay the email shrunk my large article w/pictures. I added it to the webpage, it is a little larger there. If you want an original copy, feel free to
Jul 9, 2010#595
Oppau Explosion Pictures Oppau researchers, I recently purchased a small article with pictures on the explosion from 1921, which is included in this email. Also, a included a
Jul 9, 2010#594
My Oppau Files Oppau Researchers, Had some requests for my Oppau files/material. Here's your chance for 30 days to get them Go to the link below, right click on the link, and
Apr 20, 2010#593
Immigration from Oppau/Edigheim in the Rheinpfalz to Ohio I have some leads on my family’s origin in the Oppau/Edigheim area of the Rheinpfalz (then Rheinbayern, part of Bavaria). These towns were near
Mar 30, 2010#592
Hunter's Christmas Lights - 2009 (Not Genealogy) Hunter's Christmas Lights - 2009 They're up and they won't get any better than this year. I lost 1/3 of a tree and a large bush this year. I am losing my
Dec 2, 2009#591
Weil Family of Rucheim Does anyone have the Ruchheim Book? or a book about the inhabitants of Frankenthal or Eppstein? I have a researcher from Israel researching his family. Thanks,
Nov 12, 2009#590
Oppau Records Most of you know we've been waiting on a book or genealogy records for Oppau from approx. 1810-1850. Well my patience is wearing thin and I'm getting the urge
Aug 4, 2009#589
Adoption Records from Germany What's the odds of finding adoption records from Germany from around 1890? Specifically, stuttgart germany. If you have any foresight on this subject, please
Aug 4, 2009#588
1919 Meigs Co Lutheran Jubilee Booklet Below is a link to download a small booklet from 1919. Most of you have heard of this and have most of it. I've been corresponding back and forth with a
Jul 23, 2009#587
History Ludwigshafener Oppau Edigheim Pfingstweide (EBAY) History of Villages of Oppau Edigheim Pfingstweide EBAY link below: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380132912336 This is a history
Jun 22, 2009#586
Karl-Otto Braun Museum Online Been a while, but I found this: http://www.oppau-museum.info/ You can see it in English by doing the following: Go to: http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ Put the link
May 18, 2009#585
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German and Oppau Cemeteries Can anyone help with this question. Thanks, Mark ... From: KDRhoad@... Subject: Re:Fw: Re: German and Oppau Cemeteries To:
Apr 7, 2009#584
Fw: Re: [Oppau] German and Oppau Cemeteries ... From: GundR.Reuther@... Subject: Re: [Oppau] German and Oppau Cemeteries To: "Mark Meinhart"
Mar 10, 2009#583
Fw: Re: German and Oppau Cemeteries ... From: zubacon1954 Subject: Re: German and Oppau Cemeteries To: "Mark Meinhart" Date: Tuesday, March 10,
Mar 10, 2009#582
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