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My name is Dustin Edward Schrull, I'm 25 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.|
My dad's side: German, English, Scottish, distant Irish, and distant French
My mom's side: Norwegian, Italian, and Azorean Portuguese.
My dad is one quarter German, approxmiatley one quarter English, little bit of Scottish, little bit of Irish, and little bit of French. My mom is one quarter Norweigan, one eighth Italian, and one eighth Azorean Portuguese.
My paternal grandparents are Edward William Schrull (son of Carl Schrull and Florence Wahl) and Grace Emogene Waterhouse (daughter of George Wright Waterhouse and Lottie Grace Adams). Edward was born in Michigan and raised in Connecticut. Carl was a German from Russia (now Poland), and Florence was also a German from Russia (now Ukraine). Grace was born in Connecticut and most of her ancestors were English. Grace's paternal grandmother's mom was born in Amboy, NY to Scottish parents. The only French ancestor that Grace descended from was Philip De Lannoy.
My Maternal grandparents are Howard Rae Willman Sr. (son of Erling Olaf Willman and Clara Theresa Williams) and Joan Annette Lodolini (daughter of Camillo Isador Lodolini and Anna Bernadette Rogers). Howard and all of his ancestors are Norweigan. Joan's dad was Italian. Joan's paternal grandfather Leopoldo Lodolini born in Milano, Italy and adopted and got his last name change to Lodolini. Joan's mom was Azorean Portuguese
Genealogy of Dustin Schrull.
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|Ukie18067||RE: Germans from Russia (Wahl family)|
I will send you an email.
|James Lawson||RE: Cowles family|
Go to City of Waterbury Connecticut web site look for Library then look for "obituary requests" unfortunately it is from 1964 to present. You could also try other city library web sites in New Haven and Hartford counties they might have something similar.
|James Lawson||RE: Cowles family|
I am located in Litchfield county. I do know that the Waterbury Connecticut Library(New Haven county) has an obituary request site but they will only look up from 1964 up.You might try the Connecticut state Library which is located in Hartford. Maybe they can help or give you better information.
|Bear Hugs||RE: England & Scotland|
If you haven't used Find My Past previously there is a two week free trial period.
It is normal to pay for access to records when you are researching your ancestors. It is far more expensive to hire a researcher to do the leg work for you and I've found these the two websites are fairly reasonably priced.
|Bear Hugs||England & Scotland|
I noticed you are looking for information about realtives in the UK. I use FindMyPast for England
and Scotlands People for Scotland
|Jim Carnathan||RE: Bateman and Torgerson family members|
yes I try and do everything I can to find the people you are looking for so just give me the names and dates if you can and I will do my best to find them. It does take me a little while longer when I have to go to the library and research but I do get it done. We are going to be gone for about two weeks but I still check my emails and F-A-G so send what you have
|Kimby P.||RE: McIntrye family of Amboy, NY|
I suggest you try to contact the Amboy Historical Society. They have a facebook page with contacts, maybe someone there has some information on your family in their records.
I did google search Malcolm McIntrye and found this information: Arnold Simmonds, Hubbard Warren, Malcolm McIntyre, James Fails, Nathaniel Wheeler (who located on what has been dubbed "Mud Hill ")
Added by Kimby P. on Aug 02, 2015 8:03 PM
|Frank K.||Ellis Island|
My reference to the Ellis Island Records was just a general one. Their data bases cover from the year 1892 up to 1924.
Added by Frank K. on Aug 02, 2015 5:59 PM
|Shirley Jacobchick||RE: Olson-Monson family burials|
I live a-ways from there, but if you get me the names and death dates, I could check for obituaries at the ND heritage Center. They have most newspapers on film.
|Frank K.||Historical Societies|
Dear Dustin, I didn't say anything about a church, I pointed you towards the Oswego County Historical Society. Try them, or contact the Half-Shire Historical Society directly. Write back if you have any other questions.
Added by Frank K. on Aug 02, 2015 3:46 PM
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