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1. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Professional baseball players - Kimmel [1]
Hello, I'm Debbie Kimmel of PA, My son also collect's baseball card's, Could you tell me or could you find out what year, Jesse Haines played for the Cardinal's? Thank you for posting this info, it made my son very happy, Thank's Debbie kimmeld@hotmail.com >From kimmel-l-request@rootsweb.com Sun Feb 21 17:26:32 1999 >Received: (from slist@localhost) > by bl-30.rootsweb.com (8.8.5/8.8.5) id RAA09767; > Sun, 21 Feb 1999 17:24:16 -0800 (PST) >Resent-Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 17:24:16 -0800 (PST) >From: KTomp
2. [KIMMEL-L] =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Re: Kimmel/K=FCmmel??= [1]
In a message dated 2/21/99 7:02:01 PM Pacific Standard Time, CFS12RTS@aol.com writes: << However, I'm curious if there are K|mmel or Kuemmel connections? Were do the Kimmels trace their ancestry? >> Hi Carl ~ Welcome to the Kimmel list! If you haven't already done so, you may want to check out Tim Kimmel's SUPER Kimmel genealogy website. You might find answers to your questions here: Kimmel Family Record (ala Tim) Good luck in your search
3. [KIMMEL-L] Jesse Haines [1]
Jesse Haines, whose mother was Althea Kimmel d/o Rev. Aaron Kimmel & Elizabeth Wallace, was, according to the 1991 yearbook for the Baseball Hall of Fame, "a durable right-hander and tough competitor who won 210 games during his 18 years with the Cardinals. By adding a knuckle ball to his pitching repertoire, he became an ace, achieving 20 victories on three occasions. He authored a no-hitter against Boston in 1924 and two yers later he defeated the Tanks twice in the World Series--once on a shutout. He
4. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Kiser/Kimmel - Joseph H. Kimmel? [1]
Pamela, I'm David Newell Kimmel born 07-02-1918 and I have a deceased brother Harry Oscar KimmelJr., had 5 sons, one of whom was Joseph Henley Kimmel. He was born in 1953, so it might be the same person. You can view my website at http://members.aol.com/captdnk/ and locate him under the four sons of Harry Oscar Kimmel, our father, born in 1892. I do recall a Joseph H. Kimmel inquiring about Tim Kimmel's website, and I believe he has contacted him in the past. I have another nephew whose name is
5. [KIMMEL-L] Kiser/Kimmel - Joseph H. Kimmel? [1]
In a message dated 2/28/99 9:32:54 AM Pacific Standard Time, pat125@erols.com writes: << I don't think I have replied to you telling you I found my Sarah Kimmel. She was on Tim's list as AC-BBFBE, >> Hi Pat ~ No, you hadn't told me, but I already knew. That's the beauty of a mailing list. When Debby responded to your post to give you the "Sarah coordinates" at Tim's website, she sent it to the entire mailing list. All 75+ of us got the message when you did. I'm glad you found her. After Debby pos
6. [KIMMEL-L] Philip Kimmel's future in the Church following civil arrest for distilling. [1]
Since the arrests occurred in the spring of 1795 and Philip died April 7, 1796, there wouldn't have been time before his death to resolve his future in the Church. I don't believe the book gives the date of that Annual Meeting where the list of distillers was excommunicated. Perhaps someone on the Brethren list could tell us. Philip was born in 1723 or 1724 so he would have been 71 or 72 at the time of his 'arrest' and excommunication. It must have been very hard on him. I wonder if it hastened his dea
7. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Whiskey rebellion [1]
KTompk7744@aol.com wrote: > Can anybody steer me toward a good source for information concerning the > Whiskey Rebellion? I am particularly interested in the involvement of Johan > Philip Kimmel, who I understand was in the thick of it. I know that he lost > his pastorship? eldership? with the Church of the Brethren because he kept > whiskey stills, an activity discouraged by the church. But I'm pretty vague > about any of the details and would like to learn more. > > Jan T On the web search fo
8. [KIMMEL-L] Fwd: KIMMEL RootsWeb Surname Query [1]
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --part0_919078537_boundary Content-ID: <0_919078537@inet_out.mail.aol.com.1> Content-type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Hello Kimmel Cousins! I'm forwarding a request I received today from someone looking for a Katrina Kimmel. I'm afraid I can't help her out, but I thought maybe someone else on the list might have something for her. Thanks :-) ~ Pamela --part0_919078537_boundary Content-ID: <0_919078537@inet_out.mail.aol.com.2> Content-type: message/rfc82
9. [KIMMEL-L] Professional baseball players - Kimmel [1]
My nephew tells me he is collecting baseball cards re Jesse Haines, the Kimmel who pitched for years for the St. Louis Cardinals and made it into the Baseball Hall of Fame. I'm sending him information on Pop Haines, but it seems to me that somebody said there is another Kimmel who was a pro baseball player. I can't find the letter, just seem to remember that the name was Ned Reno? Ned Kimmel Reno? Ned Reno Kimmel? Does this ring any bells with anybody? I don't think his career was as successful as
10. [KIMMEL-L] ? [1]
Dear Cousins, Here is the nuance again. I am looking for a Kimmell spelled with two L's. who's given name was John and at one time he lived in Stark County, Ohio. He married Eliza Bower/Bauer. Eliza was born about 1830. If anyone has any information I would appreciate hearing from them. I have Kimmel ancestors on my fathers side of the family and Eliza Bower is on my mothers side. It would be interesting to find out that I had Kimmel's on both sides. Thanks, -- -- -- -- Bill
11. [KIMMEL-L] ? [1]
Dear Cousins, I have one more question, is the following information correct: Philip Kimmel b. 1827 m 1853 d. 1899 + Eliza Schwartz b. 1833 d. 1906 Henry H, Kimmel + ? Roger Q. Kimmel b. 1890 d. 1974 + Meta b. 1890 d. 1973 I have a copy of a letter that Roger sent to a first cousin once removed of mine. It was written in 1967 in which he states that Philip and Eliza were his grandparents. He also sent the draft of a
12. [KIMMEL-L] Re: Philip Kimmel and the Whiskey Rebellion 1794/95, Bedford Co.,PA [1]
>From Two Centuries of Brothersvalley: In 1791 Alexander Hamilton, Sec. of the Treasury suggested that a bill be written and passed to levy an excise tax of four pence on all distilled spirits. On March 3, 1791, this bill was passed, though with strong opposition by many members, especially from the Senators and Representatives from the areas which manufactured the ardent spirits. This tax was designed to raise funds to pay for the growing army of soldiers being placed on the frontier to guard against upr
13. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists [1]
Sure, thanks. Interested in Charles E. Kimmel; Homer David Kimmel; and I think, Milton Kimmel ( guncle). Charlotte
14. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists [1]
Is it possible to subscribe to the above newsletter? Would it be of any interest to a very amateur researcher? Charlotte Apple
15. [KIMMEL-L] Whiskey rebellion [1]
Can anybody steer me toward a good source for information concerning the Whiskey Rebellion? I am particularly interested in the involvement of Johan Philip Kimmel, who I understand was in the thick of it. I know that he lost his pastorship? eldership? with the Church of the Brethren because he kept whiskey stills, an activity discouraged by the church. But I'm pretty vague about any of the details and would like to learn more. Jan T
16. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Belle Kimmel [1]
Hey ...on second thought...Bill...was Belle a maiden lady or should we be looking for a Kimmel man who married a lady named Belle? Gayle
17. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Interesting drives [1]
Jan - thanks so much. I'm even more excited about going now. Maybe before we leave I can get a map from Tim. I heartily agree -- we need a conference/reunion in Ephrata (or ANYPLACE). Charlotte
18. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Interesting drives [1]
Jan -- trip to PA sounds wonderful. We're planning to go August 1999 and really excited about it. Just across the border in MD there is a Shriver Homestead Historic site which is a part of my family. (My gfather Charles E. married Elsie Shriver) I would love to have a copy of the map. Charlotte Apple
19. RE: [KIMMEL-L] Kimmel Konnections List [1]
Pamela, The Kimmel Konnection that you have for me isn't quite right. When I submitted my Kimmel Konnection I had only included up to Solomon because niether I nor Tim Kimmel could confirm the connection between Solomon and the rest of the family. So, everything is correct up to Solomon, then it is believed, but not confirmed that this is the rest of the connection: Solomon Kimmel, b. abt. 1787 in PA, probably Westmoreland County, d. abt. 1828 probably in Crawford County, OH. Son of: Joseph Kimmel, b.
20. [KIMMEL-L] An off-list inquiry re Nicholas Kimmel's line [1]
This note came to me snail-mail from CAROLYN WLADAVER whose e-mail address is . She says: "I have just recently started to work on my Kimmel genealogy. In the Mormon Family History Library Catalog, I saw a reference to the Kimmel Family Newsletter and your name was given. I found your address through the AOL White Pages, and I hope I have found the right person. "I am a descendant of SUSAN KIMMEL & JOHN WONDERS of York County, Pennsylvania. At this time I am uncertain as to who Susan
21. [KIMMEL-L] Belle Kimmel [1]
In a message dated 2/20/99 2:22:25 PM Pacific Standard Time, wschwart@micron.net writes: << Does anyone know who the father of Belle Kimmel was, it must have been either Joseph Kimmel who's wife was Isabella Schwartz or Philip Kimmel who's wife was Eliza Schwartz (sister of Isabella). >> Hi Bill ~ I have an Ara Isabel Kimmel born 18 Feb 1862 in Jackson Co, ILL. She was the 6th of 9 children born to Philip Kimmel and Eliza Schwartz. Could this be the "Belle" you're looking for? I'm pretty sure I got th
22. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Kimmel Newsletter [1]
Kimmel Family News costs $6 yearly, comes out quarterly. Address is 325 West Hickam Drive, Columbia Mo 65203. Phone 573-442-1498, fax 573-443-0476. E- mail Jan
23. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Interesting drives [1]
In response to Charlotte--yes, the trip to Somerset County is worth it. Take plenty of film for your camera! If you don't have a copy of Austin Cooper's Two Centuries of Brothersvalley Church of the Brethren 1762-1962, try to get hold of a copy to read before you leave, or take it along! It's amazing how close all that stuff is. Lay out your plans before you drive off because I found I'd driven right past some Groner/Croner landmarks without noticing while heading down the road to somewhere else. I
24. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Belle Kimmel [1]
PamelaS752@aol.com wrote: > In a message dated 2/20/99 2:22:25 PM Pacific Standard Time, > wschwart@micron.net writes: > > << Does anyone know who the father of Belle Kimmel was, it must have been > either Joseph Kimmel who's wife was Isabella Schwartz or Philip Kimmel who's > wife was Eliza Schwartz (sister of Isabella). >> > > Hi Bill ~ > I have an Ara Isabel Kimmel born 18 Feb 1862 in Jackson Co, ILL. She was the > 6th of 9 children born to Philip Kimmel and Eliza Schwartz. Could this be the > "Belle
25. Re: [KIMMEL-L] Kiser/Kimmel [1]
In a message dated 2/25/99 1:37:05 PM Pacific Standard Time, pat125@erols.com writes: << My search is for: Henry Saxman Kiser b. 6-9-1838 married Sarah Ann Kimmel b. 7-27-1848. >> Welcome to the Kimmel list, Pat. I have a Sarah Ann Kimmel born in PA in 1848. I don't have an exact birthdate for her and I don't have a spouse's name, so I'm not sure how we could figure out if this is your Sarah or not. Anyway, My Sarah Ann's parents are Obediah and Laura (Shaver) Kimmel. I have a total of 8 Sarah Ann Kim

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