Hi Everyone,I've been researching a few lines in my German heritage but I thought I'd see if anyone could help with this line first.I am in search of information pertaining to Johannes GEHM from Germany. I know he married a woman by the name of Margaretha. I don't have her last name.The only other information that I have is that they had at least two daughters. One daughter, Philippina born 1819 in Untersulzbach, Germany and married Jacob EYER. Their other daughter, Magdalena born 1826 in…See More
"James, thank you for the information. I've been consuming what I can of the information you've been posting. Thank you for all your work. I'm still new to genealogywise and trying to figure out how to access all the great information…"
"Michelle, it is indeed from Tanguay as Jenn said. I believe this is available free online. And like Jenn said Tanguay does contain errors, nothing is perfect. Tanguay goes to approx. 1760, there were corrections made by Leboeuf. The…"
"Okay, faster than I thought :)First I found this:The listing for Pierre Lefebvre and Catherine Grignon lists Francois de Sales Lefebvre as their son, it was on pg. 270 of Volume 5, Section 1.
These books work like a very long…"
"I'm willing to bet that's from Tanguay's Genealogical Dictionary as it's the same format as many of the listings I have for my own lines Michelle. I'll look it up for you and see if I can find a better copy…"
I've been looking at this person too long and am in need of a fresh pair of eyes.What I know: Jacques De La Bourliere dit LaPlante AKA Jacques De La Bourliere AKA Jacques LaPlanteBorn: 27 Dec 1650, Niort, FranceDied: 16 Jan 1730, Montreal, CanadaMarried: about 1672, Francoise FerrandI'm looking for Jacques' parents. I've been looking and all I found is a bunch of ancestral trees with no sources claiming one of two sets of parents: Francois Miville and Marie Langloisor Jacques De…See More
I would love a copy. That sounds like her. I'm having a hard time accessing any of the Canadian records. My family is all from Quebec with the exception of one or two people that preferred Montreal (not sure why yet). So I've…"
"Hi there Michelle,
I looked into this very quickly, so I definitely don't have all the answers you're looking for, but I wanted to help if I could. Dube is a difficult name because it is spelled wrong so often!
I did not…"
Hi Michelle - Imagine meeting you here! I was going to ask if you knew about Genealogy Wise. I have been here since the beginning. There is an Avery Family group here that I started but not very much activity. We have a relatively active chat group here. If you get to chat, tell them that you know me and run like mad. Just kidding. There are usually people here in the evening and they are always willing to help with answers to questions, advice and lookups. We have scheduled talks by group members and professional genealogists which are interesting. In the winter I do a talk on a variety of subjects. Last year it was a nostalgia chat where we talked about memories and I played music that pertained to the subject. This year I think it will be Creepy but True, Weird Things in PA History. Two planned are Duffy's Cut and the Blue Eyed Six - about strange murders. I see you have had 7 views to your post. Maybe I will post some of the info I have on William and see if anyone else replies.