Deborah Heimann's Genealogy

Deborah Heimann's Genealogy

Ahnentafel charts for 9 generations of my ancestors


Paternal lines
FUGER came from Rosenwiller, Bas-Rhin, France to Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois circa 1852. Index
HEIMANN came from Bohemia, Austria-Hungary in 1910 to New Baden, Clinton County, Illinois. Index
ORSCHELL Family originated in Ramstein, Pfalz, Germany. They emigrated to Gosselming, Moselle, France circa 1740s. My ancestor, Jean Nicholas Orschel, emigrated from Gosselming, Moselle, France aboard the Ship Bavaria from LeHavre, France, arriving at the Port of New York on 11 June 1851. The family travelled to Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois. Index
SCHNEIDER (SCHNIDER) Lorenz Schneider emigrated from Benken, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland aboard the Ship Narragansett from the Port of LeHavre, France, arriving at the Port of New Orleans, Louisiana, on 27 November 1845 . He was accompanied on the ship by his mother's sister, Maria Francisca Romer Thum and her family.
I have begun a project to extract and transcribe the records for the Catholic Church in the town of Benken, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland.
Index
ZELLER Zeller family emigrated from Schänis, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland aboard the Ship Swanton from the Port of LeHavre, France, arriving at the Port of New Orleans, Louisiana, on 21 July 1845 . They travelled up the Mississippi River to Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois. Index


Maternal lines
CORDES came from the Province of Hannover, Germany circa 1860 to St. Louis City, Missouri. Index
KNOLL came from the Province of Hannover, Germany to St. Louis City, Missouri circa 1850. Index
MENNE came from Mönninghausen, Westfalen, Germany arriving in the Port of New Orleans on 30 May 1848 aboard the Ship Charlemagne. The family came to St. Charles County, Missouri. Index
PETERS came from the Province of Baden, Germany circa 1857 to St. Charles County, Missouri Index
SCHMIDT came from Anröchte and Effeln, Westfalen, Germany in 1837 Index

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