I'm a 4th generation German-Prussian Texan on my mother's (Roesler & Mussyal) side and colonial ancestor (1638) on my father's (Ward, Hall & Coop) side. I'm currently working on the Ward, Hall, Coop, Clancey, Roesler, Mussyal, Moench, Elmore, and Holiday families.The photo is the flag of Brandenburg as my great-grandfather, Rudolph Roesler, had immigrated in 1884 from Brodowin at Corin, Brandenburg, (Prussia) Germany.I'll glady transfer a memorial that is not related, as I would expect others to do.I have completed much of the Hall/Coop family tree from Tennessee as well as the Roesler, Mussyal and Moench families and I will glady share.I have abt. 15,00 entries for families in the Wiedeville, Brenham, and Needville area. You may contact me through FAG or my email address.The following statement is my written permission that any photo I take per request of another party on FAG, or those I personally contributed (grave/photos) that I may have added of others or family members can be used without futher permission from me, as long as it in an appropriate and decent content and for family and/or genealogy purposes. I would appreciate my name, date and a description to be shown on the photo.Good Hunting!
John F. Weigel #118237753 Would you please attach George W. Weigel, #51434961, as John's father? He was attached to my memorial #73391679, which I deleted a few minutes ago. I know I checked for George before making the memorial and he didn't show up, so I apologize for the duplicate mistake. Thanks again and have a good week.
George W. Weigel The Jeremiah Weigel family arrived on the "Alliance" in New York from Havre, France on 18 July 1838. NARS microfilm, reel 37, item 405
The Germany records show a Johann George Wiegel born to Johannes Jeremias and Marie Margareth Gehrmann Wiegel on 5 May 1822 (but that could be his christening date)at Mannheim, Pflaz, Bayern.
The 1850 Census is at Adams twp., Washington Co., Ohio but the spelling looks like Wetbl. 1860 Census is at Adams twp., Washington Co., Ohio, the last name looks like Weagle. and the 1870 Census, Des Moines twp., Jasper Co., Iowa, looks like Wigle.
George Weigel is my 3rd great grandfather on my mother's side.
Celdon Carl Weigel Celdon was a 2nd cousin 3X removed of mine. He was born 16 Jan 1889 at Creighton, Knox Co., Nebraska and died 25 Apr 1933, Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska. He was the son of Lewis Jacob Weigel and Loretta Ethel Robinson.
Transfer Notations Please transfer the notations to me for the Lowery Cemetery in Crockett County. At least 1/3 to 1/2 buried there is family and I have information and would like to up date their information. Thank you. The Spitzers, Simmons and Longmeiers are related.
Westlawn-Hillcrest Vets We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
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RE: George Ratliff, Jr. Did I ever answer your question about how to contact the Ratliff family? I don't have any personal contact info, but I have been contacted by a Ratliff family member via Findagrave. His name is Bill Foster. Maybe you can try to contact him.