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Joel S. Russell
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  • Apex, NC
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Arndt
Behnken
Bradley
Draper
Eckert
Greenwood
Guymon
Harris
Höf
Killgrove
Kleyböcker
Kleiboeker
Legouch
Loy
Menke
Möller
Otto
Piel
Rafert
Read
Röwer
Russell
Twenhöfel
Twenhafel
Welp
Whitehurst
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
U.S, UK, Germany. Barbados, North Carolina, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Bramsche, Gehrde, Quakenbrück, Dietzenbach, Meinsen, Dankersen, Dehme, Rehme, Anderlingen, Selsingen
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Professional Genealogist
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
North Carolina research
Military research
19th Century Germans to America
St. Louis and southwestern illinois research
Indianapolis area research
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Assisted my grandparents in collecting information and organizing photographs when I was a teenager.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.rafert.org/home

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At 12:06pm on March 22, 2010, Josh Taylor said…
Joel,

Thanks for your help. . I am planning to spend some time in Salisbury NC on Wednesday to see what else I can find there on land transactions and other activity to better pin down when Henry Cooper arrived in Rowan Co NC , and then will also be in Delaware the following week.

Josh
At 9:30pm on July 17, 2009, Michael Gallagher said…
What denomination of church?

Any ideas on making lineage groups palatable for more people? I've tried to address it in the SAR and some change has occurred. I don't know which variables are barriers for which people, but interest would be one that may be easiest to address. I don't want this to get too long & drawn out, but perhaps new outside ideas to bring in would help.
At 7:27pm on July 17, 2009, Michael Gallagher said…
Any ideas on the reasons for migration? Lineage groups by their nature create positive and negative impressions. Also, people join for different reasons. I fit better when I joined and hopefully that will comeback with time.

Towns in Germany- Oberfranken (1682 birth, apparently), Windberg, Krefeld, & Kaldenkirchen.
At 6:12pm on July 17, 2009, Michael Gallagher said…
I find it can be difficult both with researchers and in lineage groups. In Germany, I have some towns- need to get records. 1 line is from an 1890s? immigration. The rest immigrated in the 17th & 18th centuries.

In NC, it's Surrey & Rowan- migrations 1750s & 1790s & possibly another migration time from PA.
 
 
 

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