"Hi Vera! I saw you were looking for Trautmans, and although I don't think there are any in my tree, I did grow up in an area with lots of TROUTMANs. You might look in Miami and Linn counties in Kansas. (That's in eastern Kansas) Some of…"
"Researching the FEICK family of Plainview, Pierce County.
Georg Heinrich FEICK, wife Anna Catharine (MADE) came from Wersau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany to St. Louis, MO. They moved to Plainsview with their youngest daughter Anna Margarette around…"
"Are these families of Metis (French/Indian) descent? Bottineau County is next to Rolette County and Cavalier and Pembina to the east. There are many Poitra (if that is the correct spelling you are looking for) from the Turtle Mountain Chippewa…"
Looking for descendants of Benjamin Franklin BAKIE born abt.1869 in the Pembina territory of Dakota Territory (North Dakota) the son of John BAKIE and Mary TAPPEN. He died in Chewelah, Stevens County on 22 January, 1947. Father John was born about 1830 in Caithness, Scotland and arrived in Canada about 1850 and worked for Hudson Bay Company,Benjamin married Samantha about 1902 in Kidder County, ND. Their children all born in ND between 1902-1915 were:1. John W.2. Benjamin H.3. Franklin E.4.…See More
"Thanks for the info regarding Myheritage.com!
I just wanted to throw in another useful website if you are not yet aware of it. There is a nice collection of WA vital records, census, etc that can be found at the WA State Digital Archives."
Hi Vera! I saw you were looking for Trautmans, and although I don't think there are any in my tree, I did grow up in an area with lots of TROUTMANs. You might look in Miami and Linn counties in Kansas. (That's in eastern Kansas) Some of the towns are Osawatomie, Paola, Mound City, Rantoul, Parker, Cadmus, and Fontana) Hope this might help with your search!
Hey there Vera Moore,
THANK YOU once again for your assistance. This is awesome! I am going to contact your friend via her email address. I will keep you updated on any progress finding my lost ggrandfather. Thanks again for your help. You are so nice to help me. God bless you.
Thanks for your assistance with Anderson's death...It has stumped me.
Now, a nephew that is helpin with the Bentley research told me he found the grave of one of Anderson's children. She purchased the plot and 3 people were buried there. The employees could identify two of them but the third one was unknown.....DARE I HOPE? Anyway, the cemetary folks were supposed to get back with my nephew but he has heard nothing so far. I am working through these notes to find that info.
I tried to pinpoint his death and figured he must have died sometime around 1911 on because he was listed on the 1910 Census but not on the 1920 Census....
I have to get back into this search before I can no longer.