Theresia is buried with her sister Barbara according to cemetery records in OLA Lot 2, Square 7,, Section A, Book Page 37. This lot belongs to Charles Mitchell.
Grave 1 - Charles Mitchell
Grave 2 - Barbara Kinstel
Grave 3 - Catherine Mitchell
Grave 4 - Alexander Kinstel
Grave 5 - Teresia Eichhorn
Teresia/Theresia died 20 Sep 1904 according to record. I have her husband listed as Christian Eichhorn derived most likely from family records. I have no documentation for him, nor any date that would help.
I would certainly like to correspond with Mr. Kunstel about the Kinstels. I apologize for the delay in answering. Vacations, school starting up, etc....
|Marsha Hanson Dillon||Johanna Ricketts|
Do you want me to transfer her to you?
Did you find actual documentation that Valentine is in OLA?
|Anonymous||RE: Kinstel family|
Sorry for my long delay. I have found the information through various sources. I have a source for each one I hope although one or two may come from family information passed down. I have never been able to find the burial of the parents of this line. Of course, I have not been able to do onsite research, and online information or by mail is notoriously difficult and unhelpful.
I am wondering if they were buried in a cemetery that is no longer extant (St. Mary's Cemetery?)
I would very much like to communicate with you and exchange documentation on this family.
My husband's great-great-great-grandfather was Valentine Kinstel (Kunstel). We would be glad to communicate about this family if you are interested.
|Kathyrn Todd||Casper Merkel #96328141|
Thank you for the informative memorial for great uncle Casper. The Brang family is my direct line, but have heard much about him. Kathyrn
|Susanne Späth||RE: Searching for descandents of Valentin an Ottilie Künstel|
Hello Mr. Kaney,
thank you very much for your promptly and interesting response.
It's a good idea to get in contact with the Facebook Kinstels.I'll try it.
There are only a few of them in the area of New York. I hope I will get an answer from one of them and they'll be interesting about their german ancestors.
Happy easter vacations!
Greetings from Muggensturm/Black Forest/Germany
|Susanne Späth||Searching for descandents of Valentin an Ottilie Künstel|
Hello Mr. Kaney,
my name is Susanne Späth geb. Künstel. I'm 49 years old and have two boys (14 and 17 years old). I'm living in Muggensturm a little village in the nothern part of the Black Forest. Since 30 years I've been searched for Valentin Künstel (born 1798 in Langenbrand. A few days ago I found him in ancestry.de. He immigrated with 9 children to USA in 1851 and changed his name in Kinstel or Kinster. This Valentin is un uncle of Josef Künstel (my greatgreatgrandfather).
Now I want to know, if you have some new informations for me.
Perhaps your greatgrandfather or grandfather was a child of Valentine? I found some other Kinstels George, Joseph, Frederick, but I want to find the direct line to an actual person named Kinstel.
Best wishes from Germany!
Susanne Späth geb. Künstel
|stealblind||RE: Parents and siblings of Erhard Albiez|
do you think it's possible for me to have a look at the church records of the Adelhausen-Eichsel parish on microfilm, too. Are there any more information on Albiez families in there?
Just started to create a new homepage: http://albitz-albietz-albiez-family.jimdo.com/
Thanks for your help.
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