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    1. [GRANDT] German Genealogy Web Site
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. I found this site through an Ancestry newsletter.  I haven't really had a chance to look at it.  It has links to some German genealogy Web sites (including one for Schleswig-Holstein).  If I could read German, it might be helpful.  http://germanoriginality.com/heritage/genealogy_links.php  Sheryl

    10/27/2008 01:02:06
    1. [GRANDT] Pilot of New Family Search
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Familysearch.org is piloting a new search engine.  On the results page, you can see the parents and in the case of census records, it shows the children, etc. enumerated in the census.  The nice thing is some of the records have the image attached to it.  For example, I found Detlef and Christine Grandt in the 1900 census.  When I clicked on the record, in the upper right-hand corner, it had the icon for the image.  I clicked on it and was able to see the census record (for free).  Unfortunately, they haven't digitized the German baptisms yet and they don't have everything indexed, but take it for a spin.  http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#  Sheryl

    10/03/2008 12:40:04
    1. Re: [GRANDT] Free Newspaper Access
    2. Susan Grandt
    3. Thanks for letting me know!!! Susan in NY > [Original Message] > From: Sheryl Grandt <grandt60@yahoo.com> > To: <grandt@rootsweb.com> > Date: 6/15/2008 7:21:08 PM > Subject: [GRANDT] Free Newspaper Access > > Hi All! > Just to let you know that Ancestry is offering free access to their newspaper collection until June 19.� There's thousands (I'm not exagerating) of listings for Grandts all over the country (over 3,000 just in the Daily Herald here in Chicago).� Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times do not appear to be listed. > > �Sheryl Grandt, A.A.S., PLCGS > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GRANDT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/16/2008 05:45:15
    1. [GRANDT] Free Newspaper Access
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Hi All! Just to let you know that Ancestry is offering free access to their newspaper collection until June 19.  There's thousands (I'm not exagerating) of listings for Grandts all over the country (over 3,000 just in the Daily Herald here in Chicago).  Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times do not appear to be listed.  Sheryl Grandt, A.A.S., PLCGS

    06/15/2008 11:21:07
    1. [GRANDT] Correction to Heinrich Grandt of Iowa
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Oops, I my fingers were off when I typed the birth date.  Heinrich Grandt of Iowa was born in 1833 in Germany.   Sheryl Grandt, PLCGS

    05/26/2008 12:09:44
    1. [GRANDT] Memorial Day
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. I hope everyone enjoys this Memorial Day as we remember all those who have served our country.  Ancestry is offering free access to their military records until the end of the month.  Yes, I've been scouting around and adding to my reams of paper.  I thought for this Memorial Day I'd share one record I found on Ancestry.  This isn't one of my relatives (not yet), but he has always intrigued me.  Heinrich Grandt served during the Civil War.  He served in the Iowa 26th Infantry, E.  He was born in 1883 in Prussia, Germany and died 26 Oct 1897.  He is buried in a cemetery in Wall Lake, Iowa.  According to his military records from NARA, he fought in the battle at the Post of Arkansas in January 1863 and also at Walnut Hill near Vicksburg, Mississippi in May 1863.  He was musterd in on 4 Oct 1862 and enlisted in Lyons, Iowa.  He was discharged on 29 Dec 1864.  Let's not forget those who served our country.  Sheryl Grandt, PLCGS

    05/26/2008 01:01:49
    1. [GRANDT] Cook County Records
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Good news all Grandt researchers! According to the Chicago Tribune and Ancestry.com, Cook County is digitizing their old vital records. The records will be available on the Cook County Web site. They are hoping to have them online in January. You will be able to search by name and then download the document. There will be a charge for downloading. Records that were digitized are birth records over 75 years old, marriage records over 50 years old, and death records over 20 years old. Get those genealogy to-do lists ready! Sheryl

    09/18/2007 10:50:29
    1. Mary Grandt Kraft
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Does anyone know about a Mary Grandt Kraft who lived in Boone County, Illinois. According to a cemetery listing on RootsWeb who was born 15 Apr 1835 and married Henry H. Kraft. She died in 12 Feb. 1929. There's a daughter, Mary, buried with them. Sheryl

    07/15/2006 09:26:47
    1. Wilhelmina Grandt Butenschoen
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. An abstract of the death certificate of Wilhlemina Grandt Butenschoen: She was born September 18, 1865 in Holstein Germany to Henry Grandt and Elizabeth Koelpe. She was married to John Butenschoen and died on June 20, 1941. At the time of her death, she was living in Bensenville at River Rd. & Bryn Mawr Avenue. She is buried at Town of Maine Cemetery. Sheryl

    05/11/2006 11:00:44
    1. Thoms Mystery Solved
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Well, if you remember the mysterious Thoms I found a few weeks ago, I just found her death certificate among my papers. Her name was Anna and her husband was William J. Grandt. Her dad was Henry Thoms and she was born in Niles, just like her dad. Sheryl

    03/14/2006 11:08:05
    1. Marriage of Detlef Grandt and Minnie Rademacher
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. From the marriage license of Detlef Grandt and Minnie Rademacher. Detlef Grandt of Jefferson in the county of Cook of the age of 24 years and Miss Minnie Rademacher, of JEfferson, of the age of 18 years were issued a marriage license by the clerk of cook county on the 12th day of December 1881. Rev. Graef, South Minister of the Gospel certified that they were united in marriage by him on the 28th day of December 1881. Sheryl

    03/04/2006 10:32:11
    1. Thoms-Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. I'm not sure if this is our same mysterious Mrs. Grandt or not. I found an obituary in 1963 for Arthur Thoms of Park Ridge. On the listing of sisters and brothers, it listed the deceased siblings as well including an Annie Grandt. I have not been able to find any obituaries or anything for her. I have found a Henry Thoms who was married about 1893 or 1897. Sheryl

    02/11/2006 12:25:51
    1. Thom-Grandt connection
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. I've been going through back issues of the Daily Herald from suburban Chicago. I found an obituary for a Henry Thoms which mentions a relation to a Mrs. Grandt in 1922. It says the funeral was at St. John and he was buried in Niles. In 1923, it says Mrs. Grandt (nee Thoms) of Jefferson Park celebrated her birthday with family. Anybody have an idea who this mysterious Mrs. Thoms-Grandt is? Sheryl

    02/11/2006 09:50:19
    1. Raymond Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Raymond C. Grandt of Wauconda, Illinois, passed away on December 4, 2005. According to his obituary in the Daily Herlad on December 5, he was born on July 28, 1914 in Wheeling, Illinois. He was the husband of Marie Gaitsch. According to genealogical records, Raymond was the son of August Grandt, who is the son of Heinrich Grandt. Sheryl

    12/23/2005 11:38:45
    1. Hinrich Grandt of Iowa
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Civil War Records show that Hinrich Grandt of Iowa enlisted in the Union army on August 13, 1862. He was 29 years old and was born in Prussia, Germany. He fought in the battle at the Post a Arkansas in January 1863 and also at "Wallnut Hill near Vicksburgy Miss." in May 1863. He was hospitalized in Corinth, Mississippi in October 1863 and then transferred to Jackson U.S.A. General HOspital in Memphis, Tennessee. Sheryl

    11/26/2005 09:06:49
    1. Elmer Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Elmer Grandt was the son of Henry Grandt, Jr. and Helena Kerschke Grandt. He was born December 27, 1911 and died July 13, 2001 in Wheeling, Illinois. He was the husband of Ruth Sanders Grandt and the father of Blanche Grandt Schmidt, Marie Grandt Raupp and Michael Grandt. He was the dear brother of Bertha GRandt Schmidt, Herbert Grandt, Norman Grandt, Mabel Grandt, Dorothea Grandt Lemke, Esther Grandt Koeppen, and Ronald Grandt. Sheryl

    09/21/2005 11:48:45
    1. Adeline Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Adeline Sadecky Grandt was born on June 24, 1923 in Arlington Heights, IL and died THursday, May 2, 2002 in Arlington Heights. She was laid to rest at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights, IL. She was the wife of Wilbert Grandt and the mother to Charles, Willia, and James Grandt. Sheryl Grandt Us A Cure Team Captain 2005 ALS Walk4Life

    09/04/2005 05:00:23
    1. Charles Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Charles Grandt was born September 24, 1892 to Heinrich and Katherina (Buthmann) Grandt. He was married to Martha and had two sons - Roger and Wilbert. His daughter, Evelyn, died as a baby. Charles died at a Nashville hospital in May 1939 after an automobile accident. He was buried in Arlington Heights, IL. Sheryl Grandt Us A Cure Team Captain 2005 ALS Walk4Life

    08/28/2005 07:58:42
    1. Katherina Buthman Grandt
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. Here is the abstract from the death certificate of Katherina Buthman Grandt. According to the supplemental report she was born on February 28, 1854. Her death certificate states she died on July 1, 1933. She was born in Schleswig Holstine, Germany to Johann Buthmann. SHe was the wife of Henry Grandt, Sr. (a/k/a Heinrich Grandt). She is buried at what is now considered Memory Gardens in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Sheryl

    07/04/2005 06:48:33
    1. Evelyn Grandt - Second Try
    2. Sheryl Grandt
    3. I'm not sure this went through the first time, so here we go again! Evelyn Grandt was born on November 13, 1918 and passed away on December 13, 1919. She was the daughter of Charles Grandt and Martha Neumann Grandt. She is buried at Memory Garden Cemetery (i.e., St. PEter Cemetery) in Arlington Heights, Illinois Sheryl

    06/25/2005 07:29:50