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Bill Damman (#47469757)
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Bio Photo My family tree includes my side and my wife's. Damman,Dammann, Myers, Eibs, Tinnermeier, Koppin, Holmes, Brown, Goetting, Hutchinson, Butcher, Richmond, Breckenridge, Brune, Green, Waggie, Dawson, Campbell, Nissen, Moe and Storm. Mostly all start in Germany and end in Iowa. With many stops and branches on the way.
I am more then willing to connect any body you can show should be. The more we work together, the better for us all.
See something I missed, please tell me. Know something I don't, please share. If you are reading this, you more then likely have the same bug, so hope my listings help you in your search. Please feel free to copy any pictures or information for your tree. I know some act as if these graves belong to them, my attitude is more like a care giver just holding it for others.
happy searching, Bill Damman
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RE: John Waggie
The information I provided came from the Kankakee Death Records register. Not sure if anything other than what I have was shown. Will find the reel of microfilm and check to make sure. Generally, there wasn't much in the death records for State Hospital (Insane) asylum patients. There may be information in the county court records where he was from/where he was put into the hospital from. If it was an involuntary placement, there should be records showing why he was hospitalized. Not sure if he entered the hospital from Cook Co or from Kankakee Co. - will have to look and see whether that information was given in the death records.

Added by Shirley on Mar 07, 2016 1:29 PM
Deborah Gowen
RE: dammann
Henrike (Rick) Damman was my Great grandmother her parents were Adolph and mother Helena (Tena) Schrooder Henrik married George Edward Taylor And her sibling was Kathryn (Teenie). What can I help you with? My e-mail address is
Added by Deborah Gowen on Mar 01, 2016 12:24 AM
RE: Question, Sarah McComber
Please send all requests through the memorial , put your request in the SAC section of the edits. TY
Added by Scout on Feb 24, 2016 9:20 AM
Doug Harsany
RE: Brown family
I am interested. You can send to

Thank you.
Added by Doug Harsany on Jul 31, 2014 4:45 PM
Doug Harsany
RE: Brown family
I am interested. You can contact me at
Added by Doug Harsany on Jun 06, 2014 2:43 PM
Harry Fisk Jr.
RE: Eibs family tree??
Reply is a little late. Sorry. Henry John Eibs (1868-1944) was born in Dooran Germany and as far as I know emigrated to Minnesota. No record of him or his family ever living in Iowa.
Added by Harry Fisk Jr. on Jun 05, 2014 12:44 PM
Doug Harsany
RE: Brown family
Would like any info you have on James Brown. His wife Margaret was sister to my great grandfather Henry Zook.

I linked his parents. Hopefully you can clear up what his middle name really is.
Added by Doug Harsany on May 06, 2014 3:08 PM
Sheila Roberts
RE: Rickers question
Hi Bill,

I'm happy to help you. What would you like to know? If I don't know, I'm sure one of my cousins could help, too. Vernon's father was Louis Rickers who was my grandfather's brother. Are you on Facebook by any chance?

Added by Sheila Roberts on Oct 30, 2012 12:58 PM
Kelly O'Brian
RE: moe's
Bill, I am not related to any Moe's... sorry. Kelly
Added by Kelly O'Brian on Oct 06, 2012 5:32 AM
Genealogy Buff
RE: eibs family
I just canvass cemeteries and put everyone on that I get a photo of. Related or not :) JoAnn
Added by Genealogy Buff on Sep 11, 2012 6:24 PM
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