This is to connect those who are working on the German lines of these names. During WWII, some family members changed the spelling to appear more English.
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Darryl, you can connect with me for sure. The German line book was completed a year ago, but we sold out. Once we have orders for 25, we can get more.
I've been researching the "J" line, Johann Peter of Northampton County, PA, for 30 years. Would like to connect with those researching any of the Staudt immigrant lines but esp. Johann Peter.
Oh, by the way, all people interested, check out my website on ancestry.com. Just ask and I'll make you a guest to visit, NO CHARGE! lol
anyone interested, though only 2 besides myself, I am doing a humdinger of a job if you are looking for a "G" line of the German immigrants! Though I am a "G" line, when caught up to that, I am going to be working on the other lines also. Ellen, when that book is finished, I want one of the first copies to continue my research.
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