There are those without whom things would have been very different in life for a lot of people, but who are very quickly forgotten by ‘the public’. Anna was one such person.
Category: Family History
Bochum has not forgotten Jupp and Änne. I am sure they’d be happy about that.
There is so much to know about our ancestors, and the small things are often the most wonderful.
William came with the company of Rev. Thomas Hooker to the colonies in 1624 and started the Andrews family of (what was to become) Hartford, CT.
Our 4th and 5th great-grandfather John was a real Christman: He was born on 25 December 1763.
John Case, our 10th and 11th great-grandfather in the Snyder line, immigrated to the New World in the first half of the 17th century.
Last Sunday 37 years ago, (Great-) Grandpa Paul passed away in Gütersloh, Germany.
Time is an odd thing: Some things feel close and remote at the same time.
If the ancestor with the most spelling variations in their first and last name won a prize, our 3rd and 4th Great-Grandma Fouts would be a good candidate.
The Phillips family had been in the New World for two generations already when John was born in 1776: The first Phillips of this line, James, immigrated during the first decade of the 18th century from Suffolk in England.