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Andreas Zipfel-Waag (#46572531)
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carol fasc
Maier request
I was able to find Olga stone but under about 5 inches of sod and I didn't have a shovel, Sorry!
Added by carol fasc on Jul 23, 2017 11:31 AM
David McNally
RE: Luise Wolf, GŁndlingen, Baden, Germany
Thank you so much Andreas for the information. I really appreciate it and I'll update my references accordingly.

- Dave
Added by David McNally on Apr 09, 2017 7:53 AM
Judy H
RE: Oliver J. Haessly (1906-1963)
Great information. I sent you links to some photos I scanned in.

Hope to communicate more via email.

Added by Judy H on Aug 09, 2010 10:16 AM
David Saull
My name is Martha Baumle Saull and I am a cousin of Doug & Karen Baumle from Ohio in the USA. He gave me your name and I first want to make sure that I am communicating with the right person. Would you please confirm that you are related to Doug. If so, I would like to speak with you about our mutual ancestors in Germany. Thank you for your help.
Added by David Saull on Jul 27, 2010 5:42 PM
Carolyn & Bob Fessler
RE: Baumle Lander
Hi Andi,
Thank you for the transfer. I have been concentrating on my father's family for the past couple of years. This is a good site, I'll have to find more time to add information now. I hope all is going well for you!


Added by Carolyn & Bob Fessler on Jul 23, 2010 11:01 AM
RE: Fischer Research
Well Hello Andreas,

Thanks you for your kindness and quick response. Yes this is my GG Grandparents that you show, but I don't know where this researcher came up with Freidrich & Mary Fischer. One census(1800)list Bavaria, the 1900 census shows just Germany by then Henry had already past away. So no d.c. there for him and the fact the court houses have also burnt in Cincinnati, Ohio with valuable records has stood in my way too. 1870 census shows a different area where they came from, but my grandfather who was 92 told me it was Baden, Baden, near the Black Forest. I am not familiar with Germany as you can tell.

I have been trying to research the Fred & Mary Fischer you list which shows him being born 1821 and if it is the state side this data they list, I do not think is correct with Fred & Mary being the parents do to the fact what my Grandfather told me. He searched the lines since the 1980's and is now gone so I cannot ask him anything else. There is more then one Henry being born in 1841 who came to Ohio from Germany which leads to more researching and confusion to rule out each line with the Fischer's. Thanks for trying and I will keep looking.

Stomping BuckEyes,
Added by CharlieAngels on Jul 20, 2010 2:08 PM
Fischer Research:

I was just looking through your contributes to findagrave and notice your family is from Baden, Germany. Wow, that is really something. I have been researching for 11 years on GG HENRY FISCHER b. 23 Feb 1841 Germany_d. 5 Mar 1895 Hamilton, Ohio, who came to Ohio from Baden, Baden Germany. I cannot find his parents. My Grandfather told me that his family did not come over and I know nothing more except what I was told. He mentioned something about the Black Forest too. I have searched & searched with much help and we still come up empty handed. I have found the family on down but nothing about my GGG Grandparents or if he has siblings. Do you have any suggestions on how I can trace my lines to this area of Germany? I would really appreciate any help if you have the time.

Stomping Buckeyes,
Added by CharlieAngels on Jul 20, 2010 11:54 AM
Carol Sullivan
Robert Baumle Meyner, Governor of New Jersey
It's a small world!

My great grandfather owned the DeGrado Silk Mill on Rye Street in Paterson at the time that your relatives moved to the "Silk City". I wonder if they knew each other? Did your relatives work there?

My Uncle, Albert Sands, owned the Sanco Piece Dye House in Phillipsburg, NJ just blocks from Governor Meyners home! I wonder if your family moved to Phillipsburg for work just after the war as so many Patersonites did?

Meyners wife was in charge of the States Bicentennial Celebration in the 1970's. The former Governor visited me at the Roseberry House, the oldest house in town, to support the Historical Societys efforts to restore the house & to promote interest in the towns celebration.

Will appreciate your comments.
Added by Carol Sullivan on Jul 03, 2010 10:31 PM
was your figestahler related to Max Figestahler?
His wife was Millie Willis

Added by rose4666 on May 02, 2010 10:09 AM
Donald Morgan
Alvin Billington
There is another Billington stone it is for Louise wife of Charles S. That is the only stones in the Goldendale Cemetery, we will check other local Cemeteries.
Added by Donald Morgan on Mar 09, 2010 4:07 PM
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