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|Nancy Rembert Stuart (#47709191)|
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I am an avid photographer, "trying to see the whole world" traveler, plumeria grower, cat lover, lover of genealogy and cemeteries as well as a travel agent for a large Houston company. I'd be happy to photograph in the New Braunfels, Texas or Houston, Texas area. I research family names of Bender - ancestors and descendants of Charles (Karl Ludwig) Bender from the area of Darmstadt Germany who eventually settled in Humble, Texas and then in Houston, Tx. I also research the Halm family who immigrated to the New Braunfels, Tx area from Germany in the 1840's, the Townsen clan from Lampasas, Tx as well as Davis family from North Carolina, and my Rembert family and descendants from Charleston, SC, my husband's family,Stuart from Michigan, and his mother's side, the Pardoe family still in England.|
I am very happy to transfer memorials to family members, but I respectfully ask that you tell me your relationship to the memorial that you are requesting, otherwise I will ignore the request.
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|Jimmy Lammers||Bernard Lammers|
Thanks so much for your help. I had that information, but not the images.
In addition, I have found this as well:
From the book Duelm Family of Texas in the New Braunfels Library
HEINRICH DUELM, born 1-28-1830, in Hagen, Frafschaft Pymont Furstenth, Waldeck, Prussia, Germany.
He died on 2-9-1909, and was buried in the New Braunfels city cemetery in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas.
Wife-ANNA MARIA LAMMERS, born in 1807, in Hagen, Germany. She died on 9-21-1897, and was buried in the New Braunfels City cemetery in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. They all arrived in Texas on the Ship "Bark Iris" on 10-17-1866. They were married on 5-20-1856, in Westfalen, Ibbenburen, Germany.
CHILDREN - BERNHARD DUELM, born in 1850, in Hagen, Waldeck, Prussia, Germany. Bernhard may be a son from an earlier marriaqe by Heinrich, or he could be a son of Anna Maria and adopted by Heinrich.
Her tombstone says:
Here rests in God Frau Maria Dulm, born Lammers, on 25 April 1807 in Ibbenburen near Muenster Prussia. Died 20 September 1897.
The stone itself in interesting in the way it was carved. Each word is followed by a period and capital letters are used randomly.
You can see the questions it brings to mind. If this is the right family, Barnard used the name Lammers the rest of his life. His birthday was October 13, 1847 while the one on that card calculates to 1850. Bernard was a lifetime rock mason, just like the men above.
Again, thanks for your help.
|Jimmy Lammers||Lammers and Dulm|
This might be a long shot, but I thought I would ask.
Several years ago a lady wrote me to say that Anna Maria Lammers Dulm and Heinrich Dulm buried in the Old New Braunfels Cemetery came to this country with her son Bernard under the name Dulm. They were not related to her, but found the information while doing other research.
The contact was then lost in a hard drive failure. Was this, by chance, you?
I have come to believe that this is accurate and Bernard is my 2 great grandfather. I have traced them to Pusselburen in Germany.
If it was you, could you fill me in on how you came across the information?
|Blind Spotlight||RE: Dohmen|
Thank you so much. I wrote a little about him. More to come.
I even have a drawing of him. Check out my other blind school memorials.
|Blind Spotlight||Franz Joseph Dohmen|
If you are ever interested in transferring Mr. Dohmen to me, I can write a nice biography. I work at one of the two schools where he was valedictorian, so I know a lot about him.
|Beverly Ackermann Jobe||Wittaker|
Wedding date has been added. Thanks for the info.
|blue572||Old New Braunfels Cemetery|
Thank you for the corrections! I really appreciate the help.
Added by blue572 on Jun 21, 2016 10:58 AM
Please tell me if you are member of this family.
Can you confirm that the Forckes in New Braunfels are in the Comal Cemetery and not the Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery? Another website list them in Sts. Peter and Paul, which surprised me as I didn't think that side of my family was Catholic. August Forcke was my great great grandfather.
|Russell D Crane||Pending Edit|
I have a pending edit for Louis Gover from 5/22/16 that I am looking for you to review and approve.
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