- My Price Ancestors, an Impenetrable, Impervious Brick Wall Line. 52 Ancestors, Week 21: Brick Wall
- My Beardsley Ancestors, the Lost Village of Beard’s Wood, My Family Connection to P.T. Barnum and General Tom Thumb. 52 Ancestors, Week 20: Bearded.
- Walpurgisnacht (Saint Walpurgis Night), Saint Walpurga, My Ancestors Named Walpurgis from Tauber Franconia (Germany)
- My Ancestor, Royal Servant Edmund Moody Saved the Life of Henry VIII and Changed History! 52 Ancestors, Week 16 – Should Be a Movie.
- 52 Ancestors, Week 15: Solitude. Quaker Ancestors. Quakers and the Invention of Solitary Confinement.
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Tag Archives: Weiss
German Surnames in My Family tree and German Language Studies. 52 Ancestors, Week 29: Fun Fact.
This week’s writing theme for 52 Ancestors is “Fun Fact.” Not everything in family history has to be serious. This week, we can be creative and think of something fun you’ve found during your research. With that in mind, I … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, Acker, Ackerman, Alb-Donau-Kreis, Anhausen, Öl, Baden-Württemberg, Barbelroth, Bavaria, Bier, Busch, Cochem-Zell, Dettingen, Deutsche Sprache schwere Sprache!, Diedenshausen, Donau-Ries, Druckenmüller, Druckenmiller, Durlangen, Ediger, Edigheim, Enzweihingen, family history, Family Tree, Fußgonheim, Fun Fact, Genealogy, German, German American, Germany, Großhans, Grosshans, Hafer, Jung, Kaes, Karlsruhe, Kase, Kasebier, Käse, Käsebier, kühl, Keller, Kirchenbauer, Klingenmünster, Kuhl, Löwe, learning German, Linde, Lindenmeyer, Loew, Mann, Maxsain, Meyer, Noettingen, Nordhofen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Ohl, Oktoberfest, Ostalbkreis, Pfinztal, Reich, Rheinland-Pfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Söllingen, Scherer, Schwarzenau, Schwarzland, Schwarzländer, Sheep, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Silber, Sonntag, Spatz, Steinhart, Stuttgart, Swartzlander, weiß, Wein, Weinmann, Weinrich, Weiss, Wenrich, Westerwaldkreis, Westfalen, Wittgenstein, Zurbach 3 Comments
52 Ancestors, Week 15. How Do You Spell That? My 2nd Great-Grandfather Elias “Eli” Nutick.
The surname, parentage, and links back to his homeland of my great-great grandfather Elias “Eli” Nutick have been quite evasive. His line has been a royal headache and a never-ending brick wall for decades! Now, his wife, my great-great grandmother … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy Tagged 52 Ancestors, DNA, family history, Family Tree, Fried, Genealogy, German, Germany, Klingenmunster, Nutick, Ohio, Otte, Ottic, Poland, Polish, Posen, Poznan, Propheter, Prussia, Rawitsch, Udie, Udig, Utic, Weigt, Weis, Weiss, Wetg 5 Comments
My Ancestor Maria Thomas Badie, Gifted Two Silver Communion Beakers to The Dutch Reformed Church of Breuckelen (Brooklyn, New York) in 1684. 52 Ancestors March Theme: Females. Week 10: Worship.
My ancestor Maria Thomas Badie was a wealthy woman who was married three times. In surviving legal documents, Maria used Thomas or Badie as her surname, not those of her husbands. (1) In records, the most common variants of her name … Continue reading
Posted in 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks, Genealogy, Religious Tagged 52 Ancestors, Armstrong, Badie, Brackhonge, Braconie, Breuckelen, Brooklyn, Brouwer, Brouwer Berkhoven, Charity, Christian, Cooper, Dutch, Dutch Reformed Church of Breuckelen, faith, family, family history, family stories, Family Tree, Genealogy, German, Germany, Groome, Hope, Kimber, Lyons, Maria Thomas Badie, Netherlands, New Amsterdam, New York, Norris, Nutick, Old First, Quakers, Severns, Simpson, Van Sant, Verdon, Weiss, Worship 1 Comment
My Ancestor Rev. Thomas Shepard, an English and American Puritan Minister and Significant Figure in Early Colonial New England.
In this month of August on the 25th will mark the 372nd anniversary of the death of my quite interesting and significant ancestor Rev. Thomas Shepard. He and his third wife Margaret Borodell are my 8th great-grandparents. She was the … Continue reading
Posted in Famous Kin, Genealogy, Religious, Theology Tagged Abigail Smith Adams, Anglican, Anne Hutchinson, Antinomian Controversy, Armstrong, Barton, Bible Study, Bland, Borodell, Borrowdale, Boston, Cambridge University, Christian, Cogswell, Congregation Church, Crosthwaite, Cumberland, David Hartman, Denison, Emich, Emick, Emig, Emmanuel College, England, faith, Family Tree, First Church of Cambridge, First Ladies, Francis Marbury, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Genealogy, Grange in Borrowdale, Grover Cleveland, Gunpowder Plot, Harvard Univeristy, Henry Lee Higginson, Hicks, James Spader, Jesus, Jesus Christ, John Adams Morgan, John Cotton, John Quincy Adams, London, Lyons, Massachusetts, Mitchell, New England, Norris, Nutick, Oxford University, POTUS, Presidents of the United States, Puritians, Quakers, Sewall, Shepard, Shephard, Shepherd, Shirley Temple, T.S. Eliot, Talbot, Tammy Duckworth, The Bible, Thomas Shepard, Touteville, Towcester, UCC, United Kingdom, Wade, Wainwright, Weiss 4 Comments
My Weiss, Fried, Propheter, and Related Ancestors from Klingenmünster, Germany
My Weiss, Fried, Propheter, and Related Ancestors from Klingenmünster, Germany Continue reading
Posted in Genealogy Tagged Armstrong, Bad Bergzabern, Barbelroth, Bergzaberner, Burg Landeck, Cincinnati, Columbia Township, Dannenfels, Evangelical Reformed Lutheran, Först, France, Fried, Fuerst, Germany, Grosshans, Hamilton County, Henrich, Heuchelheim-Klingen, Huddleston, Kaÿser, Kaiser, Kapellen-Drusweiler, Klingenmünster, Klingenmunster, Le Beau, LeBeau, Leicht, Lyons, Miller, Muchmore, New Orleans, Nutick, Ohio, Ohl, Pearce, Portz, Propheter, Renschler, Retsch, Rhineland-Palatinate, Südliche Weinstraße, Scherer, Siebold, Southwest Wine Route, Stevens, Wegt, Weigt, Wein, Weinnmann, Weis, Weiss, Wessa, Ziegler 5 Comments