"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…"
"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,…"
"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.
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What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
I am not an expert but I am finally learning how to get past the bumps when the census is no longer available. I really like to help my family and friends do their genealogy and I like to try to encourage people to get into their ancestry.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
As a teenager my mother told me I may be related to my best friend and we both began our search for our ancestors to find out that we were indeed cousins. I was sooo excited.