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11-03-04

I am looking for info on William Weger who married Anna Elizabeth Robinson.  They had five dau. and one son.  I know two of the girls, Martha (Mattie) Ellen and Cordelia Clarissa Weger were married at Paris Mo.  I have searched and come up with nothing.  Any help would be appreciated.
Carla Noffsinger  carla.noffsinger1

9-26-04

Roland Bauer  Collinsville, IL
GOESLING, Cpl. August Mustered in 1861    Waterloo, Illinois  in  22d IL Infantry   Co. F
Killed Chattanooga, TN  Nov. 1863 buried National Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN
Was there a death notice in Waterloo Newspaper?  Cannot find him on 1860 census
Looking for any information on him or family, I have no other information.  Brother of my Gt. Gr. father Goessling (sic)   rb32@ezz.com 
Thank you
Roland Bauer
22 Briarcliff
Collinsville, IL 62234

9-26-04

I am interested in William Cowell and his wife Rachel.  William died March 1850.  Rachel unknown.  Any information on their family is appreciated.
 Thank you,
Vera Allen
4824 St. Thomas Dr.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
vallenvi@aol.com

9-22-04

I am looking for information on the following names:  PIEL, PASCHAN, BUESKING, WIEHN.  Any information on this people who were living in Monroe County in the 1860's and 1870's, I would grately appreciate.  These people were all from Germany.  Thank you. 
Carol Shaw
chranch@wmonline.com

8-09-04

I'm trying to find out if Caroline Werner Kunkel came Monroe County in the early 1850. She was married to Joseph Kunkel and had one son Francis. I know her husband married again in 1853. His name was Joseph, I think he is buried in Madonnaville.
Miriam K. Jung
939-7624
mjung@htc.net

8-08-04

Scott Rode

PEARSON

Looking for Olaf and Ingre Pearson who lived in New Milford , Ill. and then Monroe Center , ll.Olaf Pearson was buried in the Scandinavian Cemetery at Rockford , Ill. Olaf died 12/5/1897 age 57

Olaf (Peter) Pearson was born 9/19/1830 in Sweden .Thank you!

Scott Rode

7-20-04

Reseaching MOHR surname - descendants of Johann Conrad Mohr b. 8/21/1798 Lauerbach, Hesse-Darmstadt, who married Anna Catharina Mohr (yes, same surname) b. 11/8/1797 Stockheim, Hesse-Darmstadt.   Emigrated to America in 4/1831 with children Anna Margaretha, Maria Catharina and Georg.   Census records indicate they may be the Mohrs who settled in Monroe Co., IL.

Sue Kulp, 12 Briar Hill Rd., Orchard Park, NY  14127  (716-662-3711)
skulp12345@aol.com

7-7-04

Hi, I believe that I am related to a John Luhring which is listed in the 1870 census using the post office in Madonnaville, IL.  He was thought to beborn in Indiana.  Thans  

dnaray@sbcglobal.net 

6-25-04

Seeking MALLRICH/ZWEIG info.   Looking for information on Clarissa/Clara MALLRICH.  Clara was born abt 1841 and appears in the 1850 census of Eagle precinct with father Jacob, and siblings Henry, Eliza and Jacob.  She married John C. B. KELLNER in 1861 in Monroe Co. and had at least one child with him, Henry.  Friedrich ZWEIG then married "the widow Clara Kellner" Feb 2, 1866 in St. Louis.  Fred and Clara had 7 children together.
 Any help or leads would be wonderful!!
diannke@hotmail.com

6-25-04

My name is Sue White and I am researching the surname of SCHANZ. I am trying to locate the cemetery where my aunt was buried. Her name is Audrey Jane Schanz. She was born and died in 1930 in Waterloo, Il. Any information you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Sue White  corgie1@aol.com 

6-24-04

I am the daughter of the matriarch and eldest living relative of Larkin Rutherford (William Larkin Rutherford, Sr.) who was one of the five original American Settlers in what later became our great state of Illinois.  She was born  in Lebanon, Illinois (St. Clair County) July 5, 1913 and will celebrate her 91st birthday in a couple of weeks.  She married my father in Waterloo, Illinois January 14, 1932. She had no idea of her heritage or anything about her 3rd great grandfather until I started working on her genealogy.   I new he settled in Bellefontaine and lost his first  three wives, Nancy Ogle, Margaret Peggy Hamilton, and Marianne Davis there.  Have no idea where they were buried.  He removed to Shiloh some time after an altercation with Rev. James Lemon 1809 and joined with his former father-in-law, Joseph Ogle in the formation of the Shiloh Methodist Church.  His children and their offspring located in Ridge Prairie.  Most of the family is buried in the Shiloh Cemetery and College Hill Cemetery in Lebanon.  There are still Rutherford kin residing in Lebanon, Illinois who are offspring of Larkins line.  I have heard that Larkin's Name is on a plaque in the City Hall and I have been wondering if this is true. 
Dolores Tamoria

6-17-04

My name is Gloria Nicholson
My e-mail address is: nicholsondg@webtv.net
I am looking for information on
SCHMIDT,MARGARET
SCHMIDT, MAGGIE or
CROWDER, MAGGIE
Margaret Schmidt came to Monroe County from Germany about 1881 with her
three children Maggie, Katie, and Casper.  Her brother, who owned a farm
supposedly  payed their passage to America.  I think his last name was
HERBST.  Within five years Margaret Schmidt had died (1886).  She died
in the home of Peter FRIERDICH.  The children were separated.  Maggie
Schmidt supposedly went to live with a FRANK family, who were relatives.
She was marred in 1888 to William CROWDER.  Within two years she was a
widow (with two children)  and I think moved from the area.  From death
certificates I know both Margaret Schmidt and William Crowder are buried
in Miles Cemetery.  I believe they each lived in the Merrimac
Point/Moredock Precinct area.
I am especially interested in who the relatives of Maggie were.  She is
my paternal grandmother.  I am not a Crowder grandchild.  My grandfather
was a later husband, John Weber, from St Louis.
I would appreciate any information and will be happy to pay postage.
Thank you.
Gloria Nicholson.

6-5-04

Person requesting query---- Harold A. Starr
Surname infor requested----- STARR, Alden
 
On Surname Listing--- STARR, F01, C10
 
Have conflicting information of Alden's marriage to Ruth Hill Dec 7, 1848 showing the marriage in Monroe and also in St. Clair County.
Woul like any information available, especially of Alden's parents, that I can obtain. If marriage certificate is obtainable, I would like to know how to proceed in requesting.
 
Thank You
Harold Aldon Starr.      Harold A. Starr

6-11-04

Looking for information on:

ROSINA (mother) MUELLER/MILLER  b ~ 1826
   CHARLES (son)  - m AUGUSTA HESSE  10-23-1879  - Monroe Co
   ANNA (dau) -m HENRY SCHUETTE  4-15-1884               ditto

I found them on the  Federal Census of 1880 and 1900 in Monroe Co, New Design Pct.

On the 1900 Census I can't read the names other than Charles and Rosina; I can make out that they immigrated in 1855 from Germany.

THANK YOU,
Laine Sutherland
Antioch, TN         lainebelle@comcast.net 

6-16-04

Surname--  Kern
 
Born-- John E. Kern
 
Red Bud, Monroe, Illinois
 
Year-- 1844-1847
 
Parents from Germany. Migration year unknown, or their first name.
 
Thanks, Chris Kern
chriskern47@sbcglobal.net

5-16-04

richard van wagenen
Seeking info on John Francis Dixon and Sarah Dixon and their children. Would also like to know Sarah's maiden name. They lived in Monroe from 1880 to Unknown.

 

5-16-04
I am searching for any information on families that lived in Monroe County by the names of: SMALL, PIEL, WIEHN.
The Piel and Wiehn were from Germany and came to Monroe County.  The Small family came as children from St. Clair County.  Thank you for any help you can give me.
Carol Shaw
paradise@wmonline.com

5-18-04

I am looking for information on the Konrad RUECK family who emigrated to
Illinois in 1842.  They later changed their name to Rick.

Also looking for info on the KLINGLESMITH -  could be spelled incorrectly.
And also the EBERT family.
redhangr@hcnews.com
Thanks

5-24-04

My name: Edward J. Keil.  My wife's name is Nancy Keil (Mohrmann).
Surnames: MOHRMANN (some times MOHRMAN) , VOSS
Details of information desired: Naturalization, birth, death, marriage
records.
Information available:
   1860 census for Henry Mohrmann family in Waterloo, IL, Monroe County
   (can't interpret all names of children).
     1870 census for Fred Mohrman family in St. Louis, MO
   (same family based on names, ages and surviving children's names)
   Naturilzation of Henry Mohrman from Monroe County Circuit Court telephone
inquiry indicating
   citizenship was granted in September 1855.  He had immigrated from
Hanover, Germany.
   Henry was a registered voter in Monroe County (Fountain Precinct)
10/17/1865. His Name was
   mispelled as Henry Mohrmath)
It is believed that Henry came to America in 1842 (passenger listing
unknown) at age 13 with his parents (names of parents and siblings unknown).
He married Elizabeth Voss (date unknown).  Their first child (Ernst) was
born in 1857.  It is believed that Henry and Elizabeth had 9 children.
census data indicates that the last three (Elizabeth, Katherine and John)
were born in Missouri.  The first six (Ernst, ?, ?, Frank, ?, Mary or Marie)
were born in Illinois.  Henry and Elizabeth probably left Monroe County in
1866.  
We believe that Henry and Elizabeth were Catholic.  An examination of
microfilm records at the St. Louis County Library of Sts. Peter and Paul
church records proved unhelpful due to the poor quality of the copies of the
original records (most are unreadable).
I have noted that in the M.S.G.S. surname query (VOSS #E05) is listed.
Any help you can give in this search would be much appreciated.
Edward and Nancy Keil
    
5-23-04
I am looking for any information on my grandfather and his first wife.  They are both buried in the old part of Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Waterloo, Il.
 
JOHN LUTKER was born in 1879 and died in 1956.
KATHERINE LUTKER was born in 1890 and died in childbirth in Oct. of 1904.
 
My name is JOAN LUTKER GEMMILL and I am originally from St. Louis, Mo.
I now reside at 3006 Joshua Rd.
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444
 
Any information on where or what to do to continue this search is deeply appreciated.
Thank you for your time and help.
 
Joan Gemmill         starch100@aol.com

4-01-04

MOODY
 
Looking for information on William C. Moody and family that were supposed to live in Monroe County between 1830 and 1860...
 
William C. Moody was married to Jane (last name Applegate or Johnson)
They had 2 children during this period Ella C. Moody and William C. Moody Jr.
A possible third child Corinth Moody...
 
Would love to see a copy of the Census information and any birth or records you might be able to help with...
 
Thank you,
Trinity Boss
trinity@2sistersquilting.com

4-02-04

Looking for information on James PURTLE born in Monroe County 3/13/1843 in the area known as Round Prairie. Parents James PURTLE & Magdalena STAHL (STALL). He served in the Union Army Company H, 117th Infantry in the Civil War. He retired from farming in 1901 and moved to Red  Bud.
 
James married Mary Elizabeth JANSEN (JANSAN/JANSSEN) on 2/12/1866.  She was born 11/10/1848 and died in Red Bud on 7/122/1924.
 
James & Mary had 7 children, I think, Their daughter Catharine born 7/7/1867 (died 9/11/1941) married Jacob MAURER born 5/18/1861 (died 11/13/1933).
 
James & Catharine are my great grandparents.  Any information about the families would be greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks,
 
Elizabeth Krakowiecki Augustine

EAugust713@aol.com

4-08-04

I believe that the Whitney, E  page e6 may be my uncle.
How do I send you the posyage and handling?

Joyceu3@juno.com

4-11-04

Looking for any descendants of Philip and Katherine (THEOBALD) KISSEL.
Philip and Katherine had 3 known children,
Philip b. abt. 1887 married at age 44 to May (last name unknown)
Charles b. abt. 1891 married Rosa (last name unknown)
Lulu b. abt. 1895
The family resided in Renault precinct, Monroe co., Il. In the 1910 census
Philip Sr. has a brother, John residing with the family. I have a photo post
card of  this family taken approximately early 1900's I would like to
identify the individuals.
Any help appreciated !

Beth Steinmann       bsteinmann@usmo.com

4-17-04

 nancy Azzarello
Subject: looking for information on Stephan W. Miles
I am trying to get more historical information about the Miles family of Monroe co.I have been to see there family mausoleum and cemetery.and would like to know more about them and the family history.

4-22-04

Hi Listers,

In the MCGS Quarterly Volume 7, Number 4, Oct 2003, someone placed a query
seeking info on Anna Marie EBEL b. Dec 11, 1804 Bheinbayern, GER.  There was
no name or contact info for the submitter, so if you're on this mail list
would you please contact me?

I would also like to exchange info with anyone else researching the
EBEL/ABEL family of Monroe County.

Thanks,

Jan Heiskel

4-22-04

Looking for information on any Kirkpatricks in Monroe County, startin in the late 1700's.  We are stuck on a Francis Kirkpatrick and would like to get his parents.  Any help would be appreciated.

Email me at sleekirkpatrick@yahoo.com

Sharon Kirkpatrick

4-22-04

I want to thank everyone who responded to my inquiry regarding the Kissel
family. I'm excited to say I have identified my family photo's. I have been
in contact with a descendant of the Kissel family who has identified the
individuals, plus has given me a lot more on my Kissel / Theobald
connection. A special thank you to "Rich". This would still be my "brick
wall" without  help from the list.
Beth Steinmann



4-23-04

I believe I was the one who responded to an inquiry on the EBEL name in
Monroe County, IL.  I recognized it as the name of the name of the person my
ancestor married in the 1880's. Amalia/Emilie Kempf married Philip Ebel.  Philip may
have been a son or grandson of your Ebel.  Janet McLain Jllynjam@aol.com


4-25-04

Researching 1800 Waterloo Ancestors: Past owners of the now Ripplemeyer house noted n the Cameo Collection of Historical Waterloo;
BRIEGEL Peter and Valentine
WETZLER John                             
GANTER Fredrick MD
GAUEN Charles f
Also
SCHEIDER Henry
LEMEN William             { All married into the BREIGEL family
FISCHER Henry Jr
MILLER William
KLEIN John
SCHREIBER Elisabeth
STEIN Pauline
Also
HEINRICH Paul    Married WETZLER Elisabeth 3/ 1869 and then committed suicide @ the hotel  8/1869  Elizabeth was later known as Lizzie Wetzler-Ganter.
Half sister was Amalia Ganter Gauen
I have census and marriage documents, looking for photos of Ripplemeyer house, connecting stories, photos and living relatives. I am related to ALL these people!!
Barbara Turley : catsndats@msn.com

03-15-04:

WALTER F. PIEPER
Candy Schuler
bobi@htc.net
 
Does anyone know if St. Paul's Ev Church in Harrisonville, IL had a confirmation class in 1905? The church records has entries for the 1903 and 1907 confirmation classes, but there are no entries for 1905. I believe that my grandfather, Walter F. Pieper, was confirmed at St. Paul's in the year 1905. If there was a class that year, does anyone have a list of the confirmands?
 

03-15-04:

WALTER F. PIEPER
Candy Schuler
bobi@htc.net
 
Does anyone know if St. Paul's Ev Church in Harrisonville, IL had a confirmation class in 1905? The church records has entries for the 1903 and 1907 confirmation classes, but there are no entries for 1905. I believe that my grandfather, Walter F. Pieper, was confirmed at St. Paul's in the year 1905. If there was a class that year, does anyone have a list of the confirmands?

03-16-04:

Can anyone tell me where Tiptown is/was?  I am finding several Catholic burials from East St. Louis, IL as  being performed in Tiptown, but I can't find it on a state map.
Thanks for your help.
Charly LaRobardier
Belleville, IL

03-17-04:

Good Morning,

I have the 1860 U. S. Census which shows my gggrandfather,
WILLIAM J.MONTGOMERY and family in waterloo and his
occupation is listed as Constable.  Oral family history says
he died after delivering a prisoner to jail.  After 1860 I have run
into a block wall.  Is there somewhere I can look this up?

I live in California and will be very grateful for any help.

Thank you,

Joyce Uselton
Joyceu3@juno.com

3-22-04

Hi,
I am researching the Deininger name. They came to the Monroe County,
Illinois area and lived in Columbia, IL.  Is anyone researching this family
name?  I would like to find if other family members were already here when
my relatives came over.
  My gr-grandparents were John Schroer and Catherine Deininger, she was b.
29 Oct 1857 at Fussgonheim, Germany. They married at Oggersheim, Germany,
29 Dec. 1877
John and Katherine, and her mother, Barbara, came from Germany on 22 Oct.
1880. Barbara's husband, Christophori, had come to Columbia, IL. earlier.
Catherine's parents were Christophori Deininger and Barbara Weyand. He was
b. 23 Mar. 1825 in Fussgonheim, m. 13 Feb 1849 at Otterberg, d. Columbia,
IL 22 Dec 1906
His father was Theodore Deininger, and his father was Jacob Deininger
Do any of these names ring a bell with you?  Thank you.

Kathy Schroer    kretired@netzero.net


3-25-04

From: <nadine.mayer@wanadoo.fr>
Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 3:55 PM
Subject: [IL-Monroe] KOENIG - ENZENAUER - RICKERT

> This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
>
> Surnames: Koenig - Enzenauer - Rickert
> Classification: Query
 
> I live in France and research of the information on my ancestors left to the United States:
> - Nicolas KOENIG, born in 1853 in Metz (Lorraine - France), deceased on 15 May on 1898, married January 15, 1885 in Saint Louis (Missouri) with Helen Magdalene ENZENAUER, born in 1860 in Redbud (Randolph - Illinois), deceased in 1949 (girl of Peter ENZENAUER and RICKERT Apollonia). It would have left to the USA between 1882 and 1885.
> Thank you in advance.




 

 

 

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