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Dstmnstr (#48197952)
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Bio Photo My name is Dustin Edward Schrull, I'm 24 years old and I live in Chattanooga, TN, I was born in Hershey, PA. My first name was named after a man who saved my grandfather who was under attack by a German in World War II, then my grandfather named my dad, Dusty, later my dad changed his name to Edward, later after that he had a son (me) and named him Dustin. My middle name is named after my grandfather and my dad. I've been enthusiastic with my family history, I've used this webite for research and I'm willing to add and find out more about my ancestors. Part of my family are all over the country, my dad's side is in Connecticut and my mom's side is in California. I'm 1/4 German, 7/32 English, 1/32 Scottish, 1/4 Norwegian, 1/8 Italian, and 1/8 Portuguese.
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Terry Goodwin
RE: Charles and Ruth Waterhouse and Ruth's family
You are quite welcome, glad to be of assistance.
Terry
Added by Terry Goodwin on Sep 19, 2014 6:55 AM
Waterbury Ward
RE: Henry Klies
You're Welcome!
Added by Waterbury Ward on Sep 13, 2014 6:24 AM
Judith H.Garner
Jacob/virgina Cloninger
Thank you so much for the additions for them and also for taking & posting their tombstones. So glad to see they had stones; I will probably never get to Chatanooga to see them. So I do appreciate your time in doing this for me. Judy Garner
Added by Judith H.Garner on Aug 21, 2014 6:46 PM
Chris Nichols
RE: Genealogy research
I've used www.fold3.com, www.genealogybank.com and of course, the Mormon website (which does not provide documentation but does give you references)
Added by Chris Nichols on Aug 18, 2014 6:19 AM
Chris Nichols
RE: Genealogy research
I'm sure you've seen the listing, but this is a good visual representation of the societies that are out there: http://www.hereditary.us/decorations.htm

These are the organizations that you could join on my record applications (you needing only to prove your line to George F Nichols and then piggy-backing on my documented line thereafter)

- Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts (AHAC), by right of descent
- Sons of the Revolution
- Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)
- National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
- Society of Colonial Wars (SCW)
- General Society of the War of 1812(GSW 1812)
- Order of the Indian Wars of the United States (OIWUS)
- The Order of the Founders and Patriots of America (OFPA)
- Hereditary Order of the Descendants of Colonial Governors (HODCG)
- General Society of Mayflower Descendants
- Somerset Chapter Magna Charta Barons
- Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States of America (OCC)
- Son of a Witch
- Dutch Colonial Society
- Order of First Families of Connecticut 1633-1662
- Society of the Descendants of Lady Godiva

Some of these Societies have local representation. Here are some links you might want to check out:

1. http://tnsor.org/
2. http://www.tnssar.org/
3. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnsmd/
4. http://suvcw-dept-tn.org/
5. http://www.founderspatriots.org/societies/tn.php
6. http://societyofthewarof1812.org/states/
Added by Chris Nichols on Aug 17, 2014 7:32 AM
Chris Nichols
RE: Genealogy research
Not necessarily. Any line that you and I share - I've already done all of the proving.

Are you interested in joining one of the hereditary and patriotic societies listed? It really is the next (and most fulfilling) step to honoring your ancestors and really learning the history of their times.

C
Added by Chris Nichols on Aug 17, 2014 6:46 AM
Lars Snith
RE: Wilmann
They are not necessarily related, they spell the last name with one "L" less. But looking into the census for 1910 (you can try other years as you like, it's free) gives some hits for the same birthplace as Elling (Börsen):
Karen Hansdatter Willmann 22.11.1851 Børsen hm e Gaardbrukerske Børsen: Lundene Folketelling 1910 for 1658 Børsa herred
Jonas Eriksen Willmann 24.07.1881 Børsen s ug Søn (gaardsarbeide) Børsen: Lundene Folketelling 1910 for 1658 Børsa herred
Bernt Eriksen Willmann 08.07.1892 Børsen s ug Søn Børsen: Lundene Folketelling 1910 for 1658 Børsa herred
Gjertine Eriksdatter Willmann 12.03.1896 Børsen d ug Datter Børsen: Lundene Folketelling 1910 for 1658 Børsa herred

http://www.arkivverket.no/eng/content/view/full/629

Best regards, Lars
Added by Lars Snith on Aug 12, 2014 11:16 PM
coleary
Garner photos
Thanks so much for the photos of my aunt and uncle's gravestones.
Added by coleary on Aug 12, 2014 8:16 PM
Lars Snith
Wilmann
Other Wilmann graves at Strinda/Moholt, Trondheim, Norway:

Johan Ludvig Wilmann 2102 1900 0909 1977 2809 1977 m 30 P 05
Brynhild Wilmann 1904 1907 0902 1992 1206 1992 k 30 P 05
Wilhelm Wilmann 0707 1910 2703 1980 0104 1980 m 34 J 16
Kåre Eyvind Wilmann 2110 1917 0411 1984 m 34 K 13
Jenny Malfrida Wilmann 1703 1901 2803 1978 0404 1978 k 54 A 13 Hårdt du slet, Hvil i fred
Thorleif Wilmann 0907 1891 3010 1990 0511 1990 m 54 A 14 Hårdt du slet, Hvil i fred
Added by Lars Snith on Aug 12, 2014 12:58 PM
Charles Patterson
RE: Flegal Memorial
Yes that would great if find any more!

Chuck
Added by Charles Patterson on Aug 10, 2014 4:51 PM
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