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donco6 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-01-09 11:54 AM
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91. Volga Deutsch. Father's side
Mixture of Hessian mercenary, Jamestown, and Dutch on mom's side.
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  - Oy, orphans.  CBHagman   Apr-07-07 10:34 PM   #2 
  - "Black Dutch"  ayeshahaqqiqa   Apr-08-07 02:25 PM   #3 
     - Ok, now really check Illinois..  IA_Seth   Apr-09-07 10:41 AM   #5 
     - Trouble finding our Native American Ancestors  Cybergata   Jun-01-07 02:27 PM   #28 
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        - My family called them Black Germans or Black Swiss  sybylla   Oct-08-07 10:33 AM   #67 
        - OOOHHHH, this reminds me of something. In going through some very old  kestrel91316   Feb-07-08 06:01 PM   #78 
        - Sounds like what I know of as "black Irish". As opposed to the Irish who  kestrel91316   Feb-07-08 05:57 PM   #77 
        - Just found out through DNA testing  ayeshahaqqiqa   Apr-16-09 07:40 AM   #99 
  - Arkansas  IA_Seth   Apr-09-07 10:38 AM   #4 
     - I know EXACTLY where the Cherokee were in S. IL  ayeshahaqqiqa   Apr-09-07 12:23 PM   #6 
        - I've never been there myself...  IA_Seth   Apr-09-07 12:34 PM   #7 
  - Pennsylvania Dutch.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-09-07 10:45 PM   #8 
  - Pennsylvania Dutch...  IA_Seth   Apr-10-07 01:24 PM   #9 
  - Unfortunately, no. :(  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-10-07 06:12 PM   #10 
  - really Ohio Germans?  momophile   Jun-15-07 01:27 PM   #30 
     - I think it was just a common name for the group.  fudge stripe cookays   Jul-02-07 03:55 PM   #32 
        - That's interesting. I'm PA Dutch also. We came through Philadelphia  madinmaryland   Oct-07-08 03:04 PM   #84 
  - Got a couple roadblocks  dropkickpa   Apr-21-07 11:04 AM   #11 
  - Dead end on gggrandfather Peter Sommers =  k8conant   Apr-30-07 09:48 PM   #12 
  - Any luck with local genealogical societies?  CBHagman   May-04-07 11:23 AM   #13 
  - I think Somers is also an English name. They weren't tartars for spelling in  KCabotDullesMarxIII   May-20-07 12:07 PM   #18 
  - A mix  Disorganized   May-04-07 12:30 PM   #14 
  - My mother went into a second-hand bookshop in a part of England,  KCabotDullesMarxIII   May-13-07 03:54 PM   #15 
  - Very cool!  fudge stripe cookays   May-14-07 07:37 PM   #16 
  - Wow. Great to have such a nice a photo of her, and an interview, too, FSC!  KCabotDullesMarxIII   May-20-07 12:05 PM   #17 
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  - English, English, English, English!  iverglas   May-20-07 03:29 PM   #19 
  - Canadian Research  NOLALady   May-20-07 04:16 PM   #22 
  - eek  iverglas   May-20-07 04:58 PM   #24 
  - I'm very familiar with the French-Canadian records  sybylla   May-25-07 06:53 PM   #26 
  - The more resources, the better!  CBHagman   May-20-07 07:55 PM   #25 
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     - grrrrr  iverglas   Jul-14-07 08:31 PM   #56 
  - Brick Walls R Us  NOLALady   May-20-07 04:35 PM   #23 
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  - My biggest problem area was formerly East Prussia  sybylla   May-25-07 10:22 PM   #27 
  - Fairly recent German Immigrants  Cybergata   Jun-01-07 03:26 PM   #29 
  - On the Reiter have you tried spelling it Rueter or Reuter? Both can  jwirr   Jul-11-07 11:20 PM   #50 
  - 99.9% very boring WASP. A tiny bit of Swiss Anabaptist, Scandinavian,  kestrel91316   Jun-19-07 04:28 PM   #31 
  - Muy bueno!  fudge stripe cookays   Jul-02-07 04:06 PM   #34 
  - It probably was. He came up with some tremendous insights.  KCabotDullesMarxIII   Jul-04-07 05:59 PM   #36 
  - My Wasp ancestors are hardly boring.  Cybergata   Jul-03-07 02:34 PM   #35 
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        - Not if you spend . . .  Cybergata   Jul-05-07 12:55 AM   #38 
           - No, I meant even going back to to the 16 and 1700s.  KCabotDullesMarxIII   Jul-05-07 06:32 AM   #39 
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                    - Of course I get your point!  Cybergata   Jul-05-07 05:29 PM   #42 
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  - That leaves me speechless!  CBHagman   Sep-01-08 08:40 AM   #82 
     - Thanks for the welcome!  RedLetterRev   Sep-01-08 11:00 AM   #83 
  - New to this board and to genealogy research...  BluRay01   Jan-04-09 12:40 PM   #85 
  - I'm also new to this group.  OnionPatch   Jan-05-09 10:39 PM   #86 
  - I spent far too much time on this over the holidays...  BluRay01   Jan-08-09 10:26 PM   #89 
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     - So far, I've just been searching online...  BluRay01   Jan-08-09 10:14 PM   #88 
        - Verify, verify, verify.  CBHagman   Jan-09-09 02:40 PM   #90 
  - Volga Deutsch. Father's side  donco6   Feb-01-09 11:54 AM   #91 
  - Hi all! Heinz 57 ethnicity here  dalaigh lllama   Feb-16-09 01:37 PM   #92 
  - That is SO not funny. The name I'm stuck on? Heinze!  Dem2theMax   Feb-16-09 05:30 PM   #93 
     - Oh, I'm sorry for you.  dalaigh lllama   Feb-16-09 06:54 PM   #94 
        - Augustus, and his dear wife, Mary Ellen (Chambers) Heinze, are the bane of my existence.  Dem2theMax   Feb-16-09 10:48 PM   #95 
           - Name spellings are special back then  dalaigh lllama   Feb-17-09 10:52 AM   #96 
              - "Name spellings are special back then." Weren't they? LOL.  Dem2theMax   Feb-17-09 03:15 PM   #97 
                 - I wouldn't call them naming rules so much as tendencies  dalaigh lllama   Feb-17-09 04:30 PM   #98 
  - Scots-Irish, English, German and a little French Huguenot..  OnionPatch   May-04-09 10:12 AM   #100 
  - Mostly French Canadian with a dab of Micmac  pipi_k   May-24-09 12:12 PM   #102 
  - Scot, German, Swede, French, Danish, and some unknown  carpetbagger   Jul-08-09 07:03 PM   #104 
  - I've got a New York Dutch immigrant problem as well.  sybylla   Jul-10-09 09:39 AM   #105 
     - About New York 1800s records  carpetbagger   Jul-10-09 10:59 PM   #106 
        - More New York stuff.  CBHagman   Jul-11-09 06:16 PM   #107 
  - Chiricahua Apache (Bedonkohe clan) from my mother's and Yaqui from my father's side.  denbot   Mar-05-10 03:29 AM   #108 
  - English, Scottish on my dad's side  frogmarch   Mar-10-10 03:39 PM   #109 
  - African American and Cherokee  goclark   Jul-03-10 10:43 AM   #110 
  - very British  lazarus   Jul-06-10 10:57 AM   #111 
  - Mostly British Isles.  Spider Jerusalem   Jul-19-10 08:54 PM   #112 
  - Mostly British and German  Mr. McD   Jul-29-10 11:16 AM   #113 
  - French Waldensians, English loyalists mostly  shanti   Feb-04-11 09:13 PM   #114 
  - Before 1800 - English, Irish, lots of German Palatines  csziggy   Feb-05-11 02:09 AM   #115 
  - Heinz 57, as my grandfather would say.  xmas74   Mar-12-11 12:27 PM   #116 
  - Half Polish, quarter German, quarter OMG.  Curmudgeoness   Mar-25-11 06:38 PM   #117 
  - I've never met anyone from the OMG line.  CBHagman   Mar-26-11 08:56 PM   #118 
  - Denmark, Germany  trud   Aug-05-11 05:18 PM   #119 
 

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