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Candace Ulmer (#47613547)
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Bio Photo Being a former Township Trustee in Union Township, Zionsville, coupled with researching my family's ancestry on Ancestry.com, I am so very aware of trying to do research in a area where you do not live. I am more than willing to do any research I can for anyone wanting information in the Central Indiana area. I specifically live in Zionsville, Boone County, Indiana. We are a community just north of Indianapolis.
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R.C.
RE: Brunst/ Eugene L. Magerovsky
hello,
ok, understood, I will see what I can do, give me a couple of weeks.
:)
Added by R.C. on Jul 26, 2016 3:33 AM
R.C.
RE: Brunst/ Eugene L. Magerovsky
hi there,
can you let me know, why you wish to find out more? judging by the answer, I can attempt to get deeper information, since I know how to possibly get the answers.
let me know.
RC
Added by R.C. on Jul 25, 2016 3:57 AM
Smilydino
RE: Bernhard Family
Would this be your Josef?

Name: Josef Bernhard
Event Type: Immigration
Event Date: 15 Sep 1880
Event Place: New York, New York, New York, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 31
Birthplace: Hessen
Occupation: Tailor
Ship Name: Wieland
Birth Year (Estimated): 1849
Departure Port: Hamburg & Havre
Literacy: Unknown
Last Place of Residence:
Destination Place: Usa
Transit or Travel Compartment: Staying in the USA [Transit]; Steerage [Travel]
Affiliate Manifest ID: 00060433
Affiliate Publication Title: Germans to America Passenger Data file, 1850-1897
Affiliate ARC Identifier: 1746067

Citing this Record:
"United States Germans to America Index, 1850-1897,"
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 12:21 PM
Smilydino
DNA
My info is on the way. Where are your family connections listed on Find A Grave? Especially Josef Bernhard.
Dick
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 12:14 PM
Smilydino
RE: Bernhard Family
Would I do for the test?
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 10:59 AM
Smilydino
RE: Bernhard Family
OK, after reprogramming my brain, I looked up my gg grandparents. They were born in Stineau, also. Sounds like Josef and Bernhard could have been related. Their birth location was furnished by their son Henry in his memoirs. The location was stated as "born in the village of Steinau in Hesse-¬Cassel, Germany".
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 10:47 AM
Smilydino
RE: Bernhard Family
I haven't any DNA info or know any that has been done. Bernhard is a fairly common name in Germany as you probably know. I was not aware of the Bernhards village. That is very interesting. I'll look into it further, or better yet, perhaps you have investigated the location already. Let's keep in touch. Thanks for the contact.
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 10:15 AM
Smilydino
RE: Bernhard Family
Most definitely related. Bernhard "Benjamin" Bernhard, 33909841, and Rosa Thresa Hau, 33909675, are my gg grand parents. All my relatives go from there through their daughter, Rosam,und "Rosa" Theresa (Bernhard) Beckstrum, 33909999. Their son Franklin Pierce Beckstrum was my grandfather who lived in Foresthill, CA. My mother Alaire Beckstrum was his and Lorene May Bonham's daughter. My Bonham relatives go way back, also.
My obvious question would be, are you also a relative?
Added by Smilydino on Mar 06, 2016 9:48 AM
judy carney peacock
Orval Staton
Thanks so much for adding the photo!
Added by judy carney peacock on Jun 30, 2014 12:48 PM
Graham
RE: Cemetery Documentation

what made you ask me this question? Is there anybody in particular you are interested in?

My postings are either made from onsite visits to cemeteries, cemetery records, personal knowledge of family deaths/burials, newspaper obituaries or death certificates.

I would imagine that the majority of postings are of either/more of the above categories.

I do know that there are many duplicates; I try not to do so and also to advise those who have done.

Thanks for your interest in findagrave!
Added by Graham on Jul 25, 2012 11:28 PM
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