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Stephanie Barnhardt (#47271240)
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Norbert
RE: Schwabenlender
email me at trident951@yahoo.com and we can share more information via that media.
Added by Norbert on May 13, 2013 1:02 PM
Norbert
Question on the Schwabenlenders
Hi Stephanie
I was wondering how you are related in the Schwabenlender family? My grandmother was Anna Schwabenlender, daughter of George Schwabenlender and Elizabeth Frank. Now there are also Schwabenlanders in the area as well. They are from the same family as some changed the name years ago as there were too many Johns and Josephs in the family. I know there was a number of Schwabenlenders in the Addison, Washington County area, that is where they first settled when they came to this country. A number of them stayed in the area but my branch moved to Calumet Country and settled around St John. The farm that belonged to George was later owned by his son Thomas and wife Rose and I think that their daughter Irene may own the place. Just not sure on that. If you want to share information I would be more then happy to that.

Norbert Reininger
Added by Norbert on May 11, 2013 11:16 AM
Norbert
Question on the Schwabenlenders
Hi Stephanie
I was wondering how you are related in the Schwabenlender family? My grandmother was Anna Schwabenlender, daughter of George Schwabenlender and Elizabeth Frank. Now there are also Schwabenlanders in the area as well. They are from the same family as some changed the name years ago as there were too many Johns and Josephs in the family. I know there was a number of Schwabenlenders in the Addison, Washington County area, that is where they first settled when they came to this country. A number of them stayed in the area but my branch moved to Calumet Country and settled around St John. The farm that belonged to George was later owned by his son Thomas and wife Rose and I think that their daughter Irene may own the place. Just not sure on that. If you want to share information I would be more then happy to that.

Norbert Reininger
Added by Norbert on May 11, 2013 11:16 AM
Norbert
Schwabenlender
George Schwabenlender 35559434 was married to Elizabeth Frank Schwabenlender 35559502. There should be a listing for a stillborn son George who was born in 1900 and buried in St John Cemetery in St John. Their son Joseph is buried in St Mary in Hilbert. Daughter Vila Genslak 35558800, wife of Adolph Genslak; and a daughter Wilheminne Bauer, wife of Joseph Bauer, not sure where they are buried. I added a your link for George and Elizabeth to my grandmother Anna. Elizabeth Frank was the daughter of Nicholas Frank 51118094 and Theresa Kneisel Frank, burial place unknown

George's mother is Elizabeth Huber Schwabenlender born 1840 in Germany, died 8.29.1906 in St John and buried in the parish cemetery.
Added by Norbert on Dec 28, 2012 2:42 PM
Mark and Kay
RE: Scovilles
you are very welcome
Added by Mark and Kay on Mar 24, 2012 8:01 PM
Roger Lambert
Sittel transfers
Stephanie,

Many thanks for transferring to me my g-g-g-grandfather, his wife, and his son. I will take good care of their memorials.

Karen L.

Added by Roger Lambert on Mar 21, 2012 9:29 PM
Kathy Sparks
Benny & Dorothy Mickelson
Hi Stephanie,
It was a beautiful day yesterday! I was glad to be able to help you. And it's fine with me if you want to use the photos on your Ancestry page. Kathy
Added by Kathy Sparks on Mar 12, 2012 4:55 AM
Ellis Winningham
RE: Gladys Collier's headstone
Not a problem at all. More than happy to help. Yes, you are more than welcome to use the photo for any purposes you wish.

Kind Regards,

E. Winningham
Added by Ellis Winningham on Feb 22, 2012 8:10 PM
treetracker
RE: Buendings
Thanks again.
Added by treetracker on Jul 22, 2011 8:49 AM
treetracker
RE: Fred Buending
Thank you, yes a transfer would be lovely. have a great day.
Added by treetracker on Jul 22, 2011 7:43 AM
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