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yes this is correct I will have to edit my records to the correct spelling, maybe that will help me find their ancestors. Are you related to this line? If not thank you I will definitely use familysearch.org more often.
1910 Census for Nicholas and Catherina Schon and family
The children were all born in Ohio. If you can find a birth record, or better a baptism record, it might give the town of origin.
Here are two I found on Family Search (note the difference in the spelling of Catherina's last name):
Wow thank you so much this is very helpful I see the last name is spelled differently and I did not know that Nicholas was also from Germany I appreciate your help and will have to use familysearch.org more often. I did not find much on ancestry.com. But I do have the census record that had all the kids listed on it. Are you related to this line?
No relation, but I use FamilySearch as my FIRST point of entry, particularly for European records. German surnames often vary in spelling because clerks wrote down what they "heard", as many of our ancestors did not read or write, and the concept of only one spelling for a name is fairly recent (early 1900s). FamilySearch automatically includes alternate spellings, and you need to go down the list to see if anything pops out at you. Do you know what religion your ancestors were? My German ancestors were Roman Catholic and their church records both in Europe and in the U.S. often have very detailed information.
A hint about using Ancestry to search census records, particularly when the surname has different spellings. You can do a "no surname" search, listing just the first names of the entire family and some starting dates and places. This approach is really helpful when you have lots of children to work with and/or the spellings of any of the names is unusal (Elijah is more distinctive than Edward for example!).
Here's a family tree from Ancestry.com. CAUTION!! A lot of these trees are inaccurate - check what sources they are using, and always follow up by find the same sources and different sources. You don't want to end up researching the wrong ancestor!
Passenger list for Nicholas - year is a bit off?