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My names of interest are ALBERS, BURD, LENTZSCH, ECKER, WITTROCK, HAARTJE, NEWTON, HORNBY, KOETKEMEYER, MEINZ, STEINBRINK, LUSS/LUSZ/LOUIS/LEWIS, SCHAMP, LYNCH, DILLIN, ALMY, MEYER, HEINENMANN, LANGE OR KOCH, GOBBERS, JUDGE, VAN HORN, MUNSELL, LODOWICK, SUITS/SUTZ, VAN DIEKE/VAN DYKE.|
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|Alan and Mary Van Dyke||RE: Van Dyke|
We don't have anyone in our tree with the name "Almy", so I'm sorry, but no, we don't have any connections.
Your Welcome!! :D
Added by mlamson2 on May 25, 2016 6:46 PM
|Kelly & Connie Byrd||RE: Schamp Cousins|
Thank you for the compliment - nearly all of the information my husband and I have shared on Schamp family memorials comes from his mother's 50 years of research. She was a perfectionist about documentation. Anything you see that we have posted is reliable. Happy hunting!
|Rich H.||RE: Schamp family|
No relation, I just like recording cemeteries.
Added by Rich H. on May 12, 2016 6:17 AM
|RobMinteer57||more Lois Albers|
The person who sent her Bio did not know her husband's first name, just that her last name had changed to Albers in 1975.
|RobMinteer57||Lois Jeanne Albers|
Her Bio took more "cleaning up" than just about any other that has been sent to me, and I almost removed the link to your uncle, as there was no documentation for it in the mess that was sent to me.
I added a note at the end of her Bio that she married a Mr. Albers, just not Victor...
|Jon & Sandy Holcombe||RE: Shuler|
I do not know the answer to your question. I am not related to the family and have been updating the cemetery listing from the database at the Jefferson County Genealogical site since the cemetery is not well represented on Findagrave. I have some relatives there and that is what got me started.
If you find a connection and want a transfer, let me know. I do not hoard memorials and always try to respond and let people know who I am.
|Little Macomber||RE: Loadwick|
Hi, No I am not related....but I know families will have a centograph in other cemeteries.
My own family did this in the late 1800's to keep a memorial close to home.
If you find out anymore info I will be glad to add it or delete the grave.
|Lee An||RE: Peter C Loadwick|
Hello! The information I found is that he was born on December 22, 1814 to Casper Lodowick and Elisabeth. He was christened on February 12, 1815 at the Reformed Dutch Church at Fort Plain, Minden Twp, Montgomery, New York. Casper married Elisa Bellinger on February 24, 1811 at the Reformed Dutch Church Of Stone Arabia, Palatine, Montgomery, New York. This tree is short but doesn't seem to be copying information without verification https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:1:99QS-FRB . Cheers! Lee
Added by Lee An on Jan 12, 2016 9:27 PM
|Grace (Cronin) Schmitt||RE: Lydia Tillinghast Almy|
Laudi, I am traveling cross country and don't have my 'relationship chart', and that's too complicated to figure out (for me) before coffee.
Bob is 1st cousin 9 removes from Lydia's husband Job. And Job's grandfather, Christopher, is Bob's 9th great grandfather. Bob is not in direct line to Lydia at all.
I am sure a Google search would find a relationship calculator chart and then you could figure it out. For now we will simply call you cousin. Grace
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