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    1. [HEINRICH] Re: Greetings
    2. Kathryne Natale
    3. Thank you for the welcome. My 6th great grandfather was Hans Philipp Heinrich christenened.March 1687/88 in Kurnbach, Baden. He was married to Ann Margareth Mohr. They had eleven children including my 5th great grandmother Christina who married Johann Christian Kolb. The family settled in Sulzfeld, Baden and eventually Indiana. Kathryne Natale momnat@aol.com -----Original Message----- From: James Shuman <jshuman@telis.org> To: heinrich <heinrich@rootsweb.com> Sent: Mon, May 14, 2018 8:43 pm Subject: [HEINRICH] Greetings Good afternoon fellow researchers! I have just recently been handed the “ownership” of this List, which I see has 164 members, including myself. I had hoped to find out a little more about this particular research list before posting online, but I guess the best way for me to learn things is to just ask. So, here goes: 1. A few tidbits about your “list owner” (that’s me). a. I’m 79 years old, retired, and have had a life long interest in genealogy research. b. I live in California, where I spent my adult career in education, primarily high school. c. I am interested in this list because I once knew a minister in CA with this surname, and one of his relatives married one of my cousins. I’d like to find out more about his ancestors. 2. We are told that Ancestry plans to restore all the Archives eventually, but they are working on the “more active” lists first. For this list, I haven’t found any archives yet. Have any of you found them, or shall we just assume that we are more or less starting from scratch on this list? 3. For those of you who remember the lists from a few years ago, your ability to post and receive messages will function nearly the same, although there are some changes, mostly behind the scenes. That is because Ancestry has invested several months of effort into transferring everything over to a new version of the Mailman program. 4. That’s why I’m here: to help when things misbehave and you can’t get things to do what you want or need. Just send a request my way. Please feel free to help get this list back in functioning order. James Shuman jshuman@telis.org _______________________________________________This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/lists/orphanedLists_______________________________________________Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebprefUnsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/heinrich@rootsweb.com/Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/heinrich@rootsweb.com/Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/16/2018 06:42:04
    1. [HEINRICH] Re: Greetings
    2. Dale Laine
    3. Thank you, Mr. Shuman. My Great Great Grandfather was Wenzel Heinrich, thus I have a number of Heinrichs in my tree. Most are buried in St Mary’s cemetery in High Hill, TX Thank you! Dale Dale Laine Laine Strategy Group, LLC 919 Congress Avenue, Suite 1400 Austin, TX 78701 dale@lainestrategy.com 512/472-8855 512/922-4430 cell > On May 14, 2018, at 7:42 PM, James Shuman <jshuman@telis.org> wrote: > > Good afternoon fellow researchers! > > I have just recently been handed the “ownership” of this List, which I see has 164 members, including myself. > > I had hoped to find out a little more about this particular research list before posting online, but I guess the best way for me to learn things is to just ask. So, here goes: > > 1. A few tidbits about your “list owner” (that’s me). > > a. I’m 79 years old, retired, and have had a life long interest in genealogy research. > > b. I live in California, where I spent my adult career in education, primarily high school. > > c. I am interested in this list because I once knew a minister in CA with this surname, and one of his relatives married one of my cousins. I’d like to find out more about his ancestors. > > 2. We are told that Ancestry plans to restore all the Archives eventually, but they are working on the “more active” lists first. For this list, I haven’t found any archives yet. Have any of you found them, or shall we just assume that we are more or less starting from scratch on this list? > > 3. For those of you who remember the lists from a few years ago, your ability to post and receive messages will function nearly the same, although there are some changes, mostly behind the scenes. That is because Ancestry has invested several months of effort into transferring everything over to a new version of the Mailman program. > > 4. That’s why I’m here: to help when things misbehave and you can’t get things to do what you want or need. Just send a request my way. > > Please feel free to help get this list back in functioning order. > > James Shuman > jshuman@telis.org > > > > _______________________________________________ > This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/lists/orphanedLists > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/heinrich@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/heinrich@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/15/2018 09:34:33
    1. [HEINRICH] Re: Greetings
    2. Karen Heinrich
    3. Karen Sent from my iPhone > On May 14, 2018, at 6:42 PM, James Shuman <jshuman@telis.org> wrote: > > Good afternoon fellow researchers! > > I have just recently been handed the “ownership” of this List, which I see has 164 members, including myself. > > I had hoped to find out a little more about this particular research list before posting online, but I guess the best way for me to learn things is to just ask. So, here goes: > > 1. A few tidbits about your “list owner” (that’s me). > > a. I’m 79 years old, retired, and have had a life long interest in genealogy research. > > b. I live in California, where I spent my adult career in education, primarily high school. > > c. I am interested in this list because I once knew a minister in CA with this surname, and one of his relatives married one of my cousins. I’d like to find out more about his ancestors. > > 2. We are told that Ancestry plans to restore all the Archives eventually, but they are working on the “more active” lists first. For this list, I haven’t found any archives yet. Have any of you found them, or shall we just assume that we are more or less starting from scratch on this list? > > 3. For those of you who remember the lists from a few years ago, your ability to post and receive messages will function nearly the same, although there are some changes, mostly behind the scenes. That is because Ancestry has invested several months of effort into transferring everything over to a new version of the Mailman program. > > 4. That’s why I’m here: to help when things misbehave and you can’t get things to do what you want or need. Just send a request my way. > > Please feel free to help get this list back in functioning order. > > James Shuman > jshuman@telis.org > > > > _______________________________________________ > This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/lists/orphanedLists > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/heinrich@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/heinrich@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community >

    05/14/2018 08:08:14
    1. [HEINRICH] Greetings
    2. James Shuman
    3. Good afternoon fellow researchers! I have just recently been handed the “ownership” of this List, which I see has 164 members, including myself. I had hoped to find out a little more about this particular research list before posting online, but I guess the best way for me to learn things is to just ask. So, here goes: 1. A few tidbits about your “list owner” (that’s me). a. I’m 79 years old, retired, and have had a life long interest in genealogy research. b. I live in California, where I spent my adult career in education, primarily high school. c. I am interested in this list because I once knew a minister in CA with this surname, and one of his relatives married one of my cousins. I’d like to find out more about his ancestors. 2. We are told that Ancestry plans to restore all the Archives eventually, but they are working on the “more active” lists first. For this list, I haven’t found any archives yet. Have any of you found them, or shall we just assume that we are more or less starting from scratch on this list? 3. For those of you who remember the lists from a few years ago, your ability to post and receive messages will function nearly the same, although there are some changes, mostly behind the scenes. That is because Ancestry has invested several months of effort into transferring everything over to a new version of the Mailman program. 4. That’s why I’m here: to help when things misbehave and you can’t get things to do what you want or need. Just send a request my way. Please feel free to help get this list back in functioning order. James Shuman jshuman@telis.org

    05/14/2018 06:42:56
  1. 08/16/2016 12:10:44
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. My family came from Germany in 1874 and settled in the Bronx had a milk farm I never knew much about my family

    09/21/2006 11:10:33
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. In a message dated 9/19/2006 5:42:01 PM Central Daylight Time, cheinric@tca.net writes: My ex-husband (Heinrich) was from Texas. I'm only looking for Heinrich information for my daughter. However, did you contact the list owner for The Moravian Connection, which was formerly Heinrich genealogy, online? Lots of Heinrichs there. Cecelia ---------- Cecelia, thank you! I'll give them a shot. Anna

    09/20/2006 05:20:55
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. In a message dated 9/19/2006 5:13:49 PM Central Daylight Time, printer@attglobal.net writes: Hi Anna, Thank you very much for the offer but my Heinrichs are from the Jefferson City and Howell County areas of MO. and I don't see any ties to these Heinrichs. Thank you very much for the kind offer. David Keith ------------ You're welcome, David! Just for the record, the only person in MO from those records, so far, is Marie/Mary POHL, the recipient of the mailings from Germany - who seems to have died unmarried. So, if you find your research in Germany, keep them in mind! Anna

    09/20/2006 05:16:05
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. Cecelia
    3. My ex-husband (Heinrich) was from Texas. I'm only looking for Heinrich information for my daughter. However, did you contact the list owner for The Moravian Connection, which was formerly Heinrich genealogy, online? Lots of Heinrichs there. Cecelia Subject: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records >I recently bought the following list of items. > > IF you would like to "have" them, without buying them, I'll be glad to > scan > copies for you. Like I said, not looking for a profit, just a proper home > for > these. :-) Please LMK - and pass along the info to anyone who might be > interested! The stamps and post marks might be of interest, but I'd > rather find > family! > > Anna >

    09/19/2006 11:40:16
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. David Keith
    3. Hi Anna, Thank you very much for the offer but my Heinrichs are from the Jefferson City and Howell County areas of MO. and I don't see any ties to these Heinrichs. Thank you very much for the kind offer. David Keith On Sep 19, 2006, at 12:49 AM, AnnaLovesBooks@aol.com wrote: > I recently bought the following list of items. I paid $12.00 and > will be > thrilled to death to return them to a family member for the same > price plus > postage - I don't want to make a profit, just had to save them from > someone who > wanted to cut them up for a collage! They are all in German, and I > may well have > misread a thing or two. Upon close inspection, they appear to be > personal > death announcements from family to family, not official records. > But I really > can't read German! > > IF you would like to "have" them, without buying them, I'll be glad > to scan > copies for you. Like I said, not looking for a profit, just a > proper home for > these. :-) Please LMK - and pass along the info to anyone who > might be > interested! The stamps and post marks might be of interest, but > I'd rather find > family! > > Anna > anna@annalovesbooks.com > Genealogy4Dummies-owner@yahoogroups.com > > > 2 Newspaper clippings for the funeral of Franzista HEINRICH. Sep > 19, 1930. > > Death record (announcement?) of Franz Robert POHL-GRUTTER. Dec 27 > 1936. > Addressed to Fraulein Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO, Dec 29 1936? > > Death Record (announcement?) of Wilhelm HEINRICH. Oct 9, 1938. > Addressed to > Mary POHL, Kansas City. MO, 1938? > > Death record (announcement?) of Frau Hermine POHL, born HEINRICH. > Jan 22 > 1954. Names Marie POHL, Julius HEINRICH and Frau, Hans HEINRICH and > Frau, > Rose > HEINRICH Wwe., Robert HEINRICH and Frau. From Hans HEINRICH > addressed to Mary > POHL, Kansas City MO 1954. > > Personal letter addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City, MO 1930? > Cannot read the > signature. Yet. All the death things have a black border, so does > this. > > Death record/announcement for Thereha KNEFEL, born POHL. Feb 9, 1931. > Addressed to Mary POHL Kansas City, MO, ?. > > Death record/announcement for Angela HEINRICH, June 20, 1938. > Addressed to > Mary POHL, Kansas City MO, 1938. > > Death record/announcement Frau Witwe, Kathe (born Julie) POHL- > GRUTTER. Sep 7 > 1937. Addressed to Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO 1937. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HEINRICH- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/19/2006 10:32:06
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. David Keith
    3. Hi Anna, Thank you very much for the offer but my Heinrichs are from the Jefferson City and Howell County areas of MO. and I don't see any ties to these Heinrichs. Thank you very much for the kind offer. David Keith On Sep 19, 2006, at 12:49 AM, AnnaLovesBooks@aol.com wrote: > I recently bought the following list of items. I paid $12.00 and > will be > thrilled to death to return them to a family member for the same > price plus > postage - I don't want to make a profit, just had to save them from > someone who > wanted to cut them up for a collage! They are all in German, and I > may well have > misread a thing or two. Upon close inspection, they appear to be > personal > death announcements from family to family, not official records. > But I really > can't read German! > > IF you would like to "have" them, without buying them, I'll be glad > to scan > copies for you. Like I said, not looking for a profit, just a > proper home for > these. :-) Please LMK - and pass along the info to anyone who > might be > interested! The stamps and post marks might be of interest, but > I'd rather find > family! > > Anna > anna@annalovesbooks.com > Genealogy4Dummies-owner@yahoogroups.com > > > 2 Newspaper clippings for the funeral of Franzista HEINRICH. Sep > 19, 1930. > > Death record (announcement?) of Franz Robert POHL-GRUTTER. Dec 27 > 1936. > Addressed to Fraulein Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO, Dec 29 1936? > > Death Record (announcement?) of Wilhelm HEINRICH. Oct 9, 1938. > Addressed to > Mary POHL, Kansas City. MO, 1938? > > Death record (announcement?) of Frau Hermine POHL, born HEINRICH. > Jan 22 > 1954. Names Marie POHL, Julius HEINRICH and Frau, Hans HEINRICH and > Frau, > Rose > HEINRICH Wwe., Robert HEINRICH and Frau. From Hans HEINRICH > addressed to Mary > POHL, Kansas City MO 1954. > > Personal letter addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City, MO 1930? > Cannot read the > signature. Yet. All the death things have a black border, so does > this. > > Death record/announcement for Thereha KNEFEL, born POHL. Feb 9, 1931. > Addressed to Mary POHL Kansas City, MO, ?. > > Death record/announcement for Angela HEINRICH, June 20, 1938. > Addressed to > Mary POHL, Kansas City MO, 1938. > > Death record/announcement Frau Witwe, Kathe (born Julie) POHL- > GRUTTER. Sep 7 > 1937. Addressed to Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO 1937. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HEINRICH- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/19/2006 10:24:41
    1. [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. I am looking for (first name unknown) Heinrich who married Leona Garraghan and had two children, Richard & Ellen Heinrich in NY. Marcena

    09/19/2006 10:07:52
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. HI KAREN!!!!!!! YOU'RE WELCOME! Ok, I'll stop YELLING! :-) You're welcome - keep them in mind. These folks have all died off, as well, of course. And, given that these deaths happened in Germany (or Austria?) in the 1930s, there's a HUGE probability that the family or part of it made their way to the US, or at least out of Germany. Where, we don't know. The only thing we know is that pretty much every HEINRICH in the US can be traced back to Germany and/or Austria. Maybe your tree will tie in one day! How cool would that be? Hey, Ohio and PA are awful close to one another! So far, we don't have a lot of info, although we've found Marie POHL in some records. I assume her death is what set these loose in the world, not sure yet. I'll let the list know when the records are scanned and put up on the internet, just so all can take a look and maybe pass it along to others who might have a tie. Anna In a message dated 9/19/2006 2:15:33 PM Central Daylight Time, SPEERS03@aol.com writes: THANKS FOR THE OFFER BUT ALL OF THE HEINRICHS IN OUR FAMILY ARE FROM THE PHILADELPHIA, PA AREA. MOST OF THEM HAVE DIED OFF. THANKS AGAIN, KAREN SPEERS

    09/19/2006 10:02:46
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. HI NOT AT THIS TIME BUT I HAVE ONLY BEEN ABLE TO FIND THE DIRECT CONECTIONS. I WILL KEEP YOUR INFORMATION ON FILE IF I FIND OUT ANYTHING I WILL LET YOU KNOW. THANKS KAREN SPEERS

    09/19/2006 10:01:27
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. THANKS FOR THE OFFER BUT ALL OF THE HEINRICHS IN OUR FAMILY ARE FROM THE PHILADELPHIA, PA AREA. MOST OF THEM HAVE DIED OFF. THANKS AGAIN, KAREN SPEERS _SPEERS03@AOL.COM_ (mailto:SPEERS03@AOL.COM)

    09/19/2006 09:14:35
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. Clark Heinrich
    3. Hi Karen -- Do you know of any Heinrichs in the Pittsburgh area? My grandfather, Edward Heinrich, lived there on a farm in the late 1800s with his parents and ten siblings. One daughter became a nun (sister Perpetua) at age 16 or 18. Edward married a Frenchwoman, Myrtle Michel, and moved to San Gabriel, California, where Ed, a pharmacist, opened Heinrich's Pharmacy. They had two children, Elizabeth and Kenneth, my father. Thanks, Clark Heinrich PS--anyone else who might have information, please respond! On Sep 19, 2006, at 12:14 PM, SPEERS03@aol.com wrote: > THANKS FOR THE OFFER BUT ALL OF THE HEINRICHS IN OUR FAMILY ARE > FROM THE > PHILADELPHIA, PA AREA. MOST OF THEM HAVE DIED > OFF. THANKS > AGAIN, > KAREN SPEERS > > _SPEERS03@AOL.COM_ > (mailto:SPEERS03@AOL.COM) > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HEINRICH- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message > >

    09/19/2006 06:59:30
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. tofd
    3. Anna, No known connection to our family treee, but what a nice thing for you to do! Thank you. Russ Crawford AnnaLovesBooks@aol.com wrote: >I recently bought the following list of items. I paid $12.00 and will be >thrilled to death to return them to a family member for the same price plus >postage - I don't want to make a profit, just had to save them from someone who >wanted to cut them up for a collage! They are all in German, and I may well have >misread a thing or two. Upon close inspection, they appear to be personal >death announcements from family to family, not official records. But I really >can't read German! > >IF you would like to "have" them, without buying them, I'll be glad to scan >copies for you. Like I said, not looking for a profit, just a proper home for >these. :-) Please LMK - and pass along the info to anyone who might be >interested! The stamps and post marks might be of interest, but I'd rather find >family! > >Anna >anna@annalovesbooks.com >Genealogy4Dummies-owner@yahoogroups.com > > >2 Newspaper clippings for the funeral of Franzista HEINRICH. Sep 19, 1930. > >Death record (announcement?) of Franz Robert POHL-GRUTTER. Dec 27 1936. >Addressed to Fraulein Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO, Dec 29 1936? > >Death Record (announcement?) of Wilhelm HEINRICH. Oct 9, 1938. Addressed to >Mary POHL, Kansas City. MO, 1938? > >Death record (announcement?) of Frau Hermine POHL, born HEINRICH. Jan 22 >1954. Names Marie POHL, Julius HEINRICH and Frau, Hans HEINRICH and Frau, >Rose >HEINRICH Wwe., Robert HEINRICH and Frau. From Hans HEINRICH addressed to Mary >POHL, Kansas City MO 1954. > >Personal letter addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City, MO 1930? Cannot read the >signature. Yet. All the death things have a black border, so does this. > >Death record/announcement for Thereha KNEFEL, born POHL. Feb 9, 1931. >Addressed to Mary POHL Kansas City, MO, ?. > >Death record/announcement for Angela HEINRICH, June 20, 1938. Addressed to >Mary POHL, Kansas City MO, 1938. > >Death record/announcement Frau Witwe, Kathe (born Julie) POHL-GRUTTER. Sep 7 >1937. Addressed to Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO 1937. > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HEINRICH-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > >

    09/19/2006 03:48:21
    1. [HEINRICH] HEINRICH and POHL genealogical records
    2. I recently bought the following list of items. I paid $12.00 and will be thrilled to death to return them to a family member for the same price plus postage - I don't want to make a profit, just had to save them from someone who wanted to cut them up for a collage! They are all in German, and I may well have misread a thing or two. Upon close inspection, they appear to be personal death announcements from family to family, not official records. But I really can't read German! IF you would like to "have" them, without buying them, I'll be glad to scan copies for you. Like I said, not looking for a profit, just a proper home for these. :-) Please LMK - and pass along the info to anyone who might be interested! The stamps and post marks might be of interest, but I'd rather find family! Anna anna@annalovesbooks.com Genealogy4Dummies-owner@yahoogroups.com 2 Newspaper clippings for the funeral of Franzista HEINRICH. Sep 19, 1930. Death record (announcement?) of Franz Robert POHL-GRUTTER. Dec 27 1936. Addressed to Fraulein Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO, Dec 29 1936? Death Record (announcement?) of Wilhelm HEINRICH. Oct 9, 1938. Addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City. MO, 1938? Death record (announcement?) of Frau Hermine POHL, born HEINRICH. Jan 22 1954. Names Marie POHL, Julius HEINRICH and Frau, Hans HEINRICH and Frau, Rose HEINRICH Wwe., Robert HEINRICH and Frau. From Hans HEINRICH addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City MO 1954. Personal letter addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City, MO 1930? Cannot read the signature. Yet. All the death things have a black border, so does this. Death record/announcement for Thereha KNEFEL, born POHL. Feb 9, 1931. Addressed to Mary POHL Kansas City, MO, ?. Death record/announcement for Angela HEINRICH, June 20, 1938. Addressed to Mary POHL, Kansas City MO, 1938. Death record/announcement Frau Witwe, Kathe (born Julie) POHL-GRUTTER. Sep 7 1937. Addressed to Marie POHL, Kansas City, MO 1937.

    09/18/2006 08:49:09
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875
    2. John and Helen
    3. Thank you Sue, Cecelia, Darrel and Heinz for all your suggestions. I will write further on Johannes Heinrich's life. He was born in Berlin 6th Sept.1875 and migrated to America while still a young man - probably in his early 20's. He linked up with the North American Baptist Seminary in South Dakota. From 1900 to 1906 he attended the Theological college at Rochester, NY and was ordained at Delmont South Dakota on June 17, 1906. During his period of training he married Augustina Olm in NY in 1903. Augustina (whose birth certificate I have) was born in Luxembourg Germany on Feb 18th, 1882.The Rev. Heinrich served as a pastor of a Baptist Church in Delmont South Dakota from 1906 to 1908. Late in 1908 they relocated to Queensland Australia, where the family grew and remained. Although we know a lot about his adult life, we are interested to learn of his childhood in Germany and if any othersin his family migrated to America with him. Did he have brothers and sisters? The centenary of his arrival in Australia is not far away and we would like to find out all we can before then. Regarding Augustina - she was born Marguerite Philippine Clara Olm (don't understand the change of name)in Limpertsberg, Luxembourg. Father Charles Olm. We are also very interested in this lady but I didn't like to ask too much at once. It would appear she was French. Thank you everyone. I am passing this info around my family so that we can follow up on all the suggestions. Helen -----Original Message----- From: heinrich-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:heinrich-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Susan Liedtke Sent: Sunday, 3 September 2006 1:46 AM To: heinrich@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875 A bit of info on his adult life might help someone connect. For instance if he married in the US he may have come over with or to visit relatives. He may have come through Ellis Island. You might try searching that site just prior to his marriage. Where did he marry? Are there other Heinrichs on the census in that area in 1900 (assuming he married in his 20's)? Do you know anything about his wife's family? Are there any Heinrichs living in the same community? Sue Liedtke >From: "Darrel D. Wild" <darreldwild@yahoo.com> >Reply-To: heinrich@rootsweb.com >To: heinrich@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875 >Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2006 04:49:33 -0700 (PDT) > >If you know his religion (Catholic or Lutheran), you may be able to get >information from the parish. The chances of getting any goverment >records is poor because so much was destroyed during the war. > >--- John and Helen <muzzy11@optusnet.com.au> wrote: > > > Hello everyone. I am new to this list. I hope someone might help > > me with researching my ancestor (above). I am unable to get a Birth > > Certificate as I do not know exactly where in Berlin he was born. > > > > I would also be very interested to find out about the rest of his > > family including parents, brothers and sisters or any other > > relations. > > > > I know he lived in America for a few years and married there. I have > > details of his adult life but would like to find out about his > > childhood. > > > > Can anyone please help me? > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > HEINRICH-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > >Darrel D. Wild >44 Holly Dr. >LaPlace LA 70068 >985-652-9218 > >__________________________________________________ >Do You Yahoo!? >Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around >http://mail.yahoo.com > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >HEINRICH-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HEINRICH-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/03/2006 08:42:33
    1. Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875
    2. Susan Liedtke
    3. Sounds like Ellis Island imigration info might be of help. The 1900 census may also help. If you haven't already checked you might contact the Babtist church to see if there could be records, especially since he was a minister. Any of the above may give information about his parents. This list has been quiet for a very long time. Perhaps it would help if we all introduced our families. My greatgrandfather, Wilhelm Heinrich, was in Berlin in 1881 when his daughter Clara was born but had immigrated to Pittsburg, PA prior to 1887 when my grandmother Amelia was born. Wilhelm was born just south of Stuttgart, Baden-Wuttemberg, Germany in 1851. His father, John Heinrich, was a teacher who took his family to both Poland and Berlin during his 40 year career. Wihelm told one of his granddaughters that his mother was Julia Von Teck, the town's people bowed to her when they went out and that she died when he was about 5. Teck is now a ruined castle and we can find nothing concrete concerning Julia. We believe John was originally from Bavaria. Wilhelm had a sister Matilda who also imigrated and a brother Edmund who remained in Germany. Edmund's daughter Freidel was living in Stuttgart in the 1950's. I do not believe she married. Sue Liedtke >From: "John and Helen" <muzzy11@optusnet.com.au> >Reply-To: heinrich@rootsweb.com >To: <heinrich@rootsweb.com> >Subject: Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875 >Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 14:42:33 +1000 > >Thank you Sue, Cecelia, Darrel and Heinz for all your suggestions. >I will write further on Johannes Heinrich's life. He was born in Berlin >6th >Sept.1875 and migrated to America while still a young man - probably in his >early 20's. He linked up with the North American Baptist Seminary in South >Dakota. From 1900 to 1906 he attended the Theological college at >Rochester, >NY and was ordained at Delmont South Dakota on June 17, 1906. During his >period of training he married Augustina Olm in NY in 1903. Augustina (whose >birth certificate I have) was born in Luxembourg Germany on Feb 18th, >1882.The Rev. Heinrich served as a pastor of a Baptist Church in Delmont >South Dakota from 1906 to 1908. Late in 1908 they relocated to Queensland >Australia, where the family grew and remained. >Although we know a lot about his adult life, we are interested to learn of >his childhood in Germany and if any othersin his family migrated to America >with him. Did he have brothers and sisters? The centenary of his arrival in >Australia is not far away and we would like to find out all we can before >then. > >Regarding Augustina - she was born Marguerite Philippine Clara Olm (don't >understand the change of name)in Limpertsberg, Luxembourg. Father Charles >Olm. We are also very interested in this lady but I didn't like to ask too >much at once. It would appear she was French. > >Thank you everyone. I am passing this info around my family so that we can >follow up on all the suggestions. > >Helen > > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: heinrich-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:heinrich-bounces@rootsweb.com] >On Behalf Of Susan Liedtke >Sent: Sunday, 3 September 2006 1:46 AM >To: heinrich@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875 > > >A bit of info on his adult life might help someone connect. For instance if >he married in the US he may have come over with or to visit relatives. He >may have come through Ellis Island. You might try searching that site just >prior to his marriage. Where did he marry? Are there other Heinrichs on the >census in that area in 1900 (assuming he married in his 20's)? Do you know >anything about his wife's family? Are there any Heinrichs living in the >same >community? > >Sue Liedtke > > >From: "Darrel D. Wild" <darreldwild@yahoo.com> > >Reply-To: heinrich@rootsweb.com > >To: heinrich@rootsweb.com > >Subject: Re: [HEINRICH] Johannes Heinrich born Berlin 1875 > >Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2006 04:49:33 -0700 (PDT) > > > >If you know his religion (Catholic or Lutheran), you may be able to get > >information from the parish. The chances of getting any goverment > >records is poor because so much was destroyed during the war. > > > >--- John and Helen <muzzy11@optusnet.com.au> wrote: > > > > > Hello everyone. I am new to this list. I hope someone might help > > > me with researching my ancestor (above). I am unable to get a Birth > > > Certificate as I do not know exactly where in Berlin he was born. > > > > > > I would also be very interested to find out about the rest of his > > > family including parents, brothers and sisters or any other > > > relations. > > > > > > I know he lived in America for a few years and married there. I have > > > details of his adult life but would like to find out about his > > > childhood. > > > > > > Can anyone please help me? > > > > > > ------------------------------- > > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > > HEINRICH-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > > > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > > > >Darrel D. Wild > >44 Holly Dr. > >LaPlace LA 70068 > >985-652-9218 > > > >__________________________________________________ > >Do You Yahoo!? > >Tired of spam? Yahoo! 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