"Hi Nancy, I was hoping to catch you in the chat room. I was born and raised in Indianapolis..and was wondering if you grew up there. I went to school with some Hurrle's...different spelling. Are you related to the Lepperts of the funeral home…"
"Kelly: Perhaps your information on Joseph Kipp from "Kohessen" was actually the province of "Kurhessen." Kurhessen was incorporated into the state of Hessen in 1945. It is today known as Hessen-Kassel. There is a great deal of…"
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"Thanks Sue, for starting a very worthwhile discussion here. I feel these reminders about goals and conversation about organization are really good for us all, regardless of the level we consider ourselves to be in our research. I've appreciated…"
"This is a fabulous post. I just read it over again, this time aloud to my husband. A similar story of inheriting genealogy files happened to us. But your discoveries are very compelling. It does make us more aware of looking beyond the surface, or…"
Two Keen brothers in back: George and Fred. Keen Sisters, left to right: Lizzie Keen Suess, Anna Keen Cheseldine, Katie Keen Kasberg, Mary Anna Keen Weber, Lena Keen Buennagel, Clara Keen Paetz. Pictured at St. Mary's Catholic Church in mourning…
"Hi Kelli: Thanks for your comment on my photos. I am adding more from our Indpls neighborhood as I have time. Perhaps we have at least some friends and neighbors in common from the 19th century or thereabouts. We'll see.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States, Germany, Indiana, Indianapolis, Ohio, Zanesville
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I began genealogy research to learn more about myself through the people from which I came, to satisfy curiosities. Once I started the quest I discovered there is so much more to the landscape of genealogy research than one first imagines. There are so many historical avenues to follow, so many whys, wheres and hows to answer. The stories are never-ending. That's what keeps me searching.
Hi Nancy, I was hoping to catch you in the chat room. I was born and raised in Indianapolis..and was wondering if you grew up there. I went to school with some Hurrle's...different spelling. Are you related to the Lepperts of the funeral home on 86th St?
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Look forward to talking to you!