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From: "Cheryl A Lutz" <>
Subject: Re: [ALWINE] Re: Eva Christian
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 20:53:13 -0400


I downloaded most of my Allwein info from Tom Stobie's site at rootsweb. He has John b. 4/24/1746 & another child Maria Margaretha being born in 1747. The Allwein book has neither of these two listed. Could someone clarify dates & validate Maria's name? Cheryl
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DATE: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 13:52:05
From: "Ray L. Alwine" <>
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>On Monday February 28, 2000 at 11:35AM I received the following E-mail on
>the Alwine Rootsweb from Nancy which states: I found other sheets that Ted
>and Betty Allwein had given me, and wish to share with everyone.
>St Michael Union Cemetery, located in Tilden Twp, Berks Co.
>
>Eva Christian Alwein b. in 1742 d. June 23, 1797
>
>Johannes Alwein b. Sept 27, 1787 d. Feb 8, 1794
>
>This is Conrad's brother John first wife and child.
>
>Ray
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>From: "Patricia Keefer" <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2003 5:06 PM
>Subject: [ALWINE] Re: Eva Christian
>
>
>St Michael's is located in the small town of Jalappa, which is right outside
>of Hamburg. If you are entering Hamburg via North Rte. 61, take a left onto
>State Street/Hex Highway. A few miles down the road (I am not sure how
>many - it has been a while since I have been there) is a road on the left
>called St. Michael's/Fox Road - take that left. The church is on that road
>on the left. I believe there was a sign for the church at the corner of
>State Street and St. Michael's/Fox Road.
>
>There is a small cemetery in the front with older stones - this is probably
>where they are buried. Most of the stones are from the 1860's and earlier
>and are in German. There is a wealth of information on them - a stone of
>one of my ancestors not only told me his wife's name and maiden name - but
>also how many children they had, their sex AND if they were still living!
>
>I don't know if you are aware - but the Historical Society of Berks County
>has started to put the indexes of all of their church and cemetery records
>online. They don't have all churches and cemeteries yet - but St. Michael's
>is there.
>
>The only problem with it is that there is no soundex search - you have to be
>lucky enough to figure out how it is spelled in the index and they don't
>have any way of listing the entire list of surnames from St. Michael's
>beginning with the letter "A". I found a Johannes ALLWIN listed in the
>cemetery index but I didn't find Eva. Was their son's name also Johannes?
>
>The search will give you the book volume and page the record is on. There
>is also a link there that will connect you to the society - and for a fee (I
>am not sure how much), they will find the record and give you the
>information. Here is the link:
>
>http://www.berksweb.com/histsoc/histsoc.html
>
>Patti Keefer Billow
>
>
>> Christine,
>>
>> Knowing that Eva Christian wife of Johannes Allwine and there son is
>buried
>> in St Michael Union Cemetery in Tilden Twp., Berks Co., Pa. I haven't been
>> back in Pa. to do a town search of where the cemetery is located. I have
>tried
>> the internet on cemetery locations in Pa. but no luck.
>> Would you happen to know where it is located?
>>
>> Ray
>>
>
>Actually, Ray, I'm not even sure I knew where they were buried until this
>message. I am not familiar enough with Berks County to know where
>this cemetery
>might be, but we have a few cousins on the list who might.
>
>Can anyone help out with this cemetery location?
>
>Christine
>
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