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Ken Beuning (#48152580)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Freeport, Stearns, Minnesota and attended Sacred Heart school and church.
I have been doing genealogy on and off for over 25 years now.
Beuning in German church records was Bäuning and also Bohning. Two of my great grandfather's brothers changed their names to Benning.
Herman Benning of Cincinnati and Henry Benning of Liverpool, England.
Beuning and Bäuning are both pronounced "Boy-ning".

Other families I research are Bergheh, Pieper, Klein, Michael, Wahls, Berscheid/Berscheit, Pluth, Ostendorf, Woeste, Deters, Schmiesing, Marbach, Peschel, Beste, Dünnebacke, Westbreck/Westbrock, Boecker, and Stoerman.

If there is a record I have entered and you have a stronger relation to that person than me I will transfer to you. Just ask. If I enter someone that is not related to me I will always transfer upon request.
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Quincy Stroeing
Rohling 115691772

Ken....You might want to check the paternal link of Henry John Rohling (115691772). The link indicates that he was born before his father was born.
Added by Quincy Stroeing on Feb 01, 2015 2:53 PM
R Sherepa
Re:Mary Albers Wahls Micklish
Thank you for transferring Mary to me. She is my great great grandmother through her daughter Elizabeth U Wahls Botz. I am not directly related to the Micklish branch, but will keep in mind your offer of transfer if I see that you have any other memorials following through the Henry Wahls line, particularly that of his daughter Elizabeth.
Thank you again.
Added by R Sherepa on Aug 26, 2014 11:55 AM
C Melton
Gotthard Harren
Thank you so much for the information on Gotthard. I have posted it.
Added by C Melton on Aug 20, 2014 8:05 AM
Katharina Bueckers Klasen
Thank you for sending me additional info. I have updated her profile.
Added by Tina on Apr 10, 2014 5:22 PM
R Sherepa
Re:Mary Albers Micklish
Mary is my 2x grandmother by one of the daughters of her first marriage to Henry Wahls. I have linked him to her. Would you transfer management to me if your relationship is more distant? Her # is 114161041. I am also interested in knowing our relationship if there is one. You may respond through my public message or my email posted on my page. Thank you.
Added by R Sherepa on Apr 08, 2014 6:04 PM
Ann Birr Denk
Van Heels at Sacred Heart, Freeport
Hi Ken, I have started the task to unravel the Van Heel/Verkennis families. Do you have anything further on them? I know there are 2 distinct families with Frank Van Heel married to Mary Verkennis and Henry Van Heel married to Anna Verkennis. I have seen some references to a Peter Van Heel married to Catherine Notch in the area as well. Didn't know if the memorials you created are related or part of the overall photo process for Sacred Heart. If you have no relationship, I would be willing to take the Van Heel names to cross reference with the 28 assorted Van Heels I am looking to link!! Some are related to me through marriage, others are just siblings to them. Thanks, Ann 48201675
Added by Ann Birr Denk on Jan 27, 2014 12:32 PM
Ferdinand Bäuning
RE: Bäuning in Germany
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Added by Ferdinand Bäuning on Dec 09, 2013 1:58 PM
Ferdinand Bäuning
Bäuning in Germany
Hi Ken,
My name is Ferdinand Bäuning and was born in Dinklage in 1955. My grandpatents are Josef and Josefa Bäuning. They have 12 children and meanwhile we know that all people with the name Bäuning and living in Germany are related to each other.
I remember that in 1981 Dr. John Beuning was in Dinklage and Lower Saxony and have had some meetings with my father (Hermann Bäuning 1925 - 2011). They talked about the genealogy of the familiy Bäuning. I'm sure that a lot of documents are in hands of my mother. I will visit her on Christmas and can take the documents and scan this. Are you interested in this papers?
Kind regards
Added by Ferdinand Bäuning on Dec 09, 2013 12:26 PM
Thank You!
Ken, thank you so much for transferring all of those family members to me. I appreciate you taking the time. Tina
Added by Tina on Nov 06, 2013 6:06 PM
Koopmeiner's at Sacred Heart Cemetery
Ken, I noticed that you have added several of my family member's in the last few months...the Koopmeiner's. I am curious to know if they appear to all be in one area or if they are scattered throughout. It looks like they all have the same type of headstone. If they are all in one area, I think it would be neat to see a pic of all of them standing side by side from a distance. I can't tell if Gesina Koopmeiners stone is like all the others, but it appears to be. Do you by chance have a full view of her stone? Thank you! Tina
Added by Tina on Nov 06, 2013 11:21 AM
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