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The Ballins of Germany and Denmark

Journal by ballinmom

It is now six years that I have been researching our Ballin family for our grandchildren and their Ballin cousins.
One of the family elders insisted that his father was a grand nephew of Albert Ballin, the shipbuilder whose Ballins came to Germany from Denmark.

Tracing ancestry is really important as not all Ballins were Ballins before the 1600s.

I have on my tree now a large number of Ballin family trees. Some are definitely not related. Others may be, but I have not yet found the connections.

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on 2012-05-18 15:53:05

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by Sandyg43 on 2014-12-01 08:04:41

My husband's great grandfather was Siegfredt Ballin died 20 Dec 1920 aged 86. He was from Denmark and was a resident in Hereford. Married Hanne B. Lublin 1869 Southampton.Lived in Somerset 1871. Youngest child Mabel Ballin b. 1883 was married to William Goldblatt who was my husband's grandfather. Any relation?

by ballinmom on 2014-12-01 08:56:20

I have done a lot of work on your Ballin tree, but I have not found a connection.
Best to you.
(If you want a link to my tree, message miedzinski19 on and I'll send you a link.)

by Diegoya12 on 2017-06-12 19:33:10

My name is Diego and I'm from Mexico. Currently I am living in Berlin.
I wanted to ask you about your research of the Ballin Family.
Albert Ballin was an ancestor of mine. He was the Uncle of my great grandfather Alfons Ballin Alexander.
I Would like to talk to you. You can replay this email to my personal email address.
[email protected]
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best regards.

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