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BRUNSTING of Beilen, Netherlands

I would like information on Lukas Brunsting 1809-1884 and Geertje Brunsting 1818-1891 from Hijken, a municipality of Beilen, Netherlands. Also any information on the family of Margje Timmerman from Hijken born 1856-1924 Iowa. Margje was the daughter of Roeloff Timmerman and Lutertje Kwint. I am also interested in Jan "John E" Gritters 1843-1923 and Deeltje Kuipers 1847-1941. At one time this family lived in Diever, Netherlands. They also lived in Hull, Iowa. Thanks Lori ([email protected])


David Chapell born 1817-1818 in Claredon, New York was married to Amy Ann Hoskins born 1827 in Claredon, New York. David was the son of Elias M. Chappell of New London, Connecticut he died in 1891 in Byron, Genesee County, New York. Elias was married to Abiail Coy who was born in Paris, Oneida County, New York. They had 8 children. The family settled around Byron, Genesse County, New York. I am interested in this family and their decendants. Thanks Lori ([email protected])

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NEFF and MUMA'S Canada to Michigan

Marilla Alice Neff was born November 8, 1856 in Canada and married Benjamin Muma May 7th, 1874 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan. She was the daughter of Isaac Henry Neff born 1828, in Canada and Susannah B. Woodward born in England on July 28th, 1828. I believe Susannah's father's name was Henry. Isaac Henry Neff, was the son of Abraham Neff and Sarah Zavitz from Wainfleet, Ontario, Canada and Lobo Township, Middlesex County, Canada. I would be interested in any additional information on these families or their decendants. Thanks Lori ([email protected])

HINTZ in Prussia and Michigan

Johann Hintz born 1831,and Juliane Rehorck born 1833. In America Juliane became Julia Raco. They came here from Province Posen in 1861 on a sailing vessel and were becalmed in the ocean for 30 days, and as the folks had to wait 3 years before applying for their papers. They met a man in New York and decided to go with him. (They came before Ellis Island was established). They took a boat down the Grand River and settled in Eastmanville, Michigan near Coopersville. Children of this couple were Chris, Ferdinand, Amelia, Louise,Delia, Julia, Carrie, Jacob and John. Julia's sister Rose Raco/Rehorck also came to America and married William Klocksien or Klocksein. Lori ([email protected])

HORTON of Jefferson County, Lyme Township, New York

Henry R. Horton (Corporal) was born July 20, 1831 in Jefferson County, Lyme Township, New York. He died July 30, 1864 in Petersburg Virginia of wounds aquired in The Battle of the Crater, He was in Company B, First Sharpshooter. Henry's widow, SALLY BUSH went on to marry ELIJAH B. HARD and ANDREW STEVENS. I would like any information on the Bush family or their decendants. Thank you. Lori ([email protected])

Looking for ROUNDS and ROBINSONS from Michigan

I am looking for information on Joseph Michael Rounds Jr. born July 23, 1842 in Jerusalem, Yates County, New York. He was married to Eliza Robinson who was born in 1848 in Grand Haven, Michigan. They divorced and she remarried Thomas Russell on April 12, 1877 in Sparta, Kent County, Michigan. They may have had a daughter named Edna Russell. I have read he remarried Frances L. Olmstead on October 21, 1889 in Charlotte, Eaton County, Michigan. He died November 1908. I am interested in any information about him and sons Lincoln Rounds and Alfred Rounds. Thanks Lori ([email protected])

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