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1. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Bill Long time since we last spoke. I thought you had your end of the Behnke's taken care of! Are looking for both the Marose and Behnke lines? Let me know what you are looking for and see what I can find. Jeanne Nisius Behnke/Koslakiewicz line **************************************See AOL's top rated recipes (http://food.aol.com/top-rated-recipes?NCID=aoltop00030000000004)
2. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
HI Bill ---for what it is worth--and I am not sure it is worth anything to you---there are Behnke's in CT. I was a freshman ( 1964) when a Peter Behnke was a senior --we were both in the band--and they lived in East Hartford . There is a P Behnke in West Hartford in our local phone book. I have no idea if it is the same person. There is a Richard Behnke in Durham, CT, All are within a 15 minute drive so there may be a connection to the 2 men. Not sure if this is helpful in any way but Behnke is not
3. [GERMAN-SURNAMES] GERLING [1]
Hello! My name is Becky Sanning. I have just really started the research on my paternal grandmother's family and I am looking for anyone who has information on the GERLING family. I have that they came from Holland, Hanover and Wurttemburg. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Becky Sanning --------------------------------- Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.
4. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors [1]
Ann, Thanks for writing. I did not know from where in Germany the Wentzel came. They came to PA via Philly . Then later into VA. The Wentzel of Pa went in different directions. Mine went to Loudon Co., VA . I have seen the name on LDS film records but no way of connecting them to my lineage. -eddie ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ann Bradford" To: Sent: Monday, December 31, 2007 7:06 PM Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors
5. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Hi Bill, Do you know if your Behnke's might have any connection to the Behnke's who arrived in Ohio in 1881? My line ended up in Youngstown, Ohio and have several Freds and Williams but I don't have a Wilhelmina Schnieder. There is also a branch in Cleveland that I haven't entirely figured out the relationship, but at least one family from Youngstown traveled back and forth and lived with relatives in Cleveland so there is a connection of some kind. This included a Ferdinand Behnke and an Otto Behn
6. [GERMAN-SURNAMES] WG: FLINNER [1]
> Eddie, > > what about this list:? > > http://gedbas.genealogy.net/ writing Flinner you'll get results until 15.. > > Does it help? > > Greetings, Tobias > > > > > Tel.: 0221 423 444 2 > E-Mail: dahl@history-today.com > www.history-today.com > > > > -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- > > Von: swvaroot@pemtel.net [mailto:swvaroot@pemtel.net] > > Gesendet: Freitag, 4. Januar 2008 16:11 > > An: dahl@history-today.com; german-surnames@rootsweb.com > > Betreff: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] FLINNER > > > > Tha
7. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Looking for Heim Info. [1]
Marge For the search in the U.S.A. If You search for some records in the U.S.A. , then check out the link http://www.loricase.com/CDs/cdlist.html They want You to use Their FFI ( Family Finders Index ) section , before You e-mail a volunteer for a free lookup. AND forGermany/ Prussia Check out http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp or http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/ or http://www.surnamenavigator.org/ Just fill out the blanks , and click " search
8. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] FLINNER [1]
Eddie, you are right to concentrate your search FLINNER on the area of Main, Hochtaunus and especially Fulda, where you'll find the main population of those families. Tobias E-Mail: dahl@history-today.com www.history-today.com > -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- > Von: german-surnames-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:german-surnames- > bounces@rootsweb.com] Im Auftrag von Eddie Howard > Gesendet: Dienstag, 1. Januar 2008 20:15 > An: german-surnames@rootsweb.com > Betreff: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My Germ
9. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors [1]
Hi Eddi, Could it be that the name was FLEINER ? Check that maybe you get some matches in your puzzle. Erika -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- Von: german-surnames-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:german-surnames-bounces@rootsweb.com] Im Auftrag von Eddie Howard Gesendet: Montag, 31. Dezember 2007 02:53 An: GERMAN-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com Betreff: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors Hello, I live in Virginia and have many German names in my lineage. I have been searching for many years. I have foun
10. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke/Beenke, etc. [1]
I think especially with this nameyou4ll find a lot of variations as Beenken, Benke, Behnke, Benecke, Beneke etc. mainlyin the North of Germany, for example: http://www.peter-doerling.de/Geneal/Gesamt/MannBa.htm Tobias E-Mail: dahl@history-today.com www.history-today.com > -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- > Von: german-surnames-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:german-surnames- > bounces@rootsweb.com] Im Auftrag von sectimerdo@aol.com > Gesendet: Dienstag, 1. Januar 2008 21:14 > An: german-surnames@rootsw
11. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Hi Bill, do you know if your Behnke's might have any connection to the Behnke's who arrived in Ohio in 1881? My line ended up in Youngstown, Ohio and have several Freds and Williams but I don't have a Wilhelmina Schnieder. There is also a branch in Cleveland that I haven't entirely figured out the relationship, but at least one family from Youngstown travelled back and forth and lived with relatives in Cleveland so there is a connection of some kind. This included a Ferdinand and an Otto Behnke. Carl
12. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose -- Meyrose [1]
This is for Bill Marose, I just stopped deleting in time when I noticed MAROSE. I have my grgrgrandmother Johanna Sophia Elisabeth MEYROSE born Hamburg, Germany C1800. Is there a connection with the surnames ie. a change in spelling? Also where in Germany is your family from? Peter ----- Original Message ----- From: "Barb Stevens" To: Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2008 12:47 PM Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke > HI Bill ---for what it
13. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] FLINNER [1]
Thanks. Yes, they seem to have been in that area a long time. But were they there in 1700s. The only ones I have found was a priest in Strassburg and Augsburg. The 30 Years War and other religious fighting caused groups to be pushed east and west. I have searched many, many records' index but can't find a single Flinner. Thanks again. -eddie ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tobias Dahl" To: Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 5:01 AM Subject:
14. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors [1]
Those are all links I have used many years ago. Some are money making gimmicks. -eddie ----- Original Message ----- From: "Karl Roussin" To: Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2008 1:39 PM Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors > Eddie > For the search in the U.S.A. > If You search for some records in the U.S.A. , then check out the link > > http://www.loricase.com/CDs/cdlist.html > > They want You to use Their FFI ( Family Finders
15. [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Heim surname [1]
I found this in Google books when looking for information on "Uttenheim." http://tinyurl.com/2guwuf Look in the paragraph under Rural Settlements. Best wishes, Lynda Jones Bloomsburg, PA USA _____ . Weberstedt, Thuringen, Germany - home of the Uttrodts Family names: Brong, Freitag, von Freitag, Miller, Prang, Savino, Schueller, Uetterodt, von Uetterodt, Utterodt, Uttenrodt, von Uttenrodt, Uttrodt, Ottrott, Van Etten, Van Horn Collateral lines: Dwyer, Eltus, LaFrance, Prentice, Smith . ---
16. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] German Naming Customs ?Thanks [1]
Happy New Year Thanks for sending me the German Naming Custom. It was very interesting. My husband's family was Heim aka Himes.......and the article describes why so many in the family are named Johann (John) Henry, Johann George, or just JOHN. Thanks so much and have a good genalogy year. Sincerely Dottie Himes Dottie (Porter) Himes Lewisport, KY 42351 djhimes@bellsouth.net ----- Original Message ----- From: "Karl Roussin" To: Sent: Sunday, Dec
17. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Daniel Oster [1]
Karl, I have Johan Oster, born somewhere in Germany on May 9, 1832 to Lawrence Oster and Eva Susan Stenger. He married my grandfather's sister, Franzisca Huber, on Dec. 25, 1859 at St. Philomena Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. I have a great deal of information on his family in the US from 1859 to present, but have been unable to find his place of birth or immigration information. Marian http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealogylinks/ ----- Original Message ----- From: "Karl Roussin"
18. [GERMAN-SURNAMES] CHRISMAN/CHRISTMAN [1]
List members, I have asked this quite sometime ago but I will try again. Is anyone out there looking for passengers that arrived in Philadelphia on the "Alexander and Ann" Sept. 5, 1730. He arrived with the Palatinates. Family history says he is from Bavaria. I am unable to locate where he came from and the names of his parents and siblings. I am thinking that if someone else is searching passengers from that ship that maybe they know where their ancestors lived in Germany. Thank you advance. Bonnie Ch
19. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Hi Bill, Do you know if your Behnke's might have any connection to the Behnke's who arrived in Ohio in 1881? My line ended up in Youngstown, Ohio and have several Freds and Williams but I don't have a Wilhelmina Schnieder. There is also a branch in Cleveland that I haven't entirely figured out the relationship, but at least one family from Youngstown traveled back and forth and lived with relatives in Cleveland so there is a connection of some kind. This included a Ferdinand Behnke and an Otto Be
20. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] My German Ancestors [1]
Eddie For the search in the U.S.A. If You search for some records in the U.S.A. , then check out the link http://www.loricase.com/CDs/cdlist.html They want You to use Their FFI ( Family Finders Index ) section , before You e-mail a volunteer for a free lookup. AND forGermany/ Prussia Check out http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp or http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/ or http://www.surnamenavigator.org/ Just fill out the blanks , and click " sea
21. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] GERLING [1]
HiBecky, GERLING is also an alsatian name from the area of Bouxwiller, Weiterswiller in Alsace. All best Nicole
22. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Could the Behnke name have been transposed into Boenke? Just asking for my sister-in-law whom was a Boenke in South Dakota. Barb in very chilly Minnesota ************************************** See AOL's top rated recipes (http://food.aol.com/top-rated-recipes?NCID=aoltop00030000000004)
23. [GERMAN-SURNAMES] GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke [1]
Thanks to all who helped in my search for Marose and Behnke Bill in Georgia Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke > > Bill Marose wrote: > Carl Marose Married Wihhelme Behnke in Germany They came to the U.S. in > 1881 > and settled in Chicago. One son August was born in Germany. > Carls parents were John Marose and Mary Burkosky > WIlhelme Behnkes parents were Frederick Behnke and Wilhelmina Schnieder > Any help at all would be appreciated as I hae hit a solid stone wall > Bill in Georgia > >
24. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Daniel Oster [1]
Hello Marian I did not find a tie-in to My Daniel Oster , however I am sure that there is a connection. I sent Your e-mail on to Nancy Fiore , who has an Oster page in the Ancestry.com site. Karl Roussin ==================================== ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marian Dietrich" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 3:18 PM Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Daniel Oster Karl, I have Johan Oster, born somewhere in
25. Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Woisard [1]
Jodie For the search in the U.S.A. If You search for some records in the U.S.A. , then check out the link http://www.loricase.com/CDs/cdlist.html They want You to use Their FFI ( Family Finders Index ) section , before You e-mail a volunteer for a free lookup. AND forGermany/ Prussia Check out http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp or http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/ or http://www.surnamenavigator.org/ Just fill out the blanks , and click " sea

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