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Re: Kampa in Wisconsin
Posted by: Sharon Farrah (ID *****8574) Date: November 24, 2006 at 18:48:47
In Reply to: Re: Kampa in Wisconsin by Darrel Kampa of 81

There were three Kampa males and their families who settled in Benton County, Minnesota all from Polska Nowa Wies.

This is their known ancestry and year of immigration.
1870 Martin Kampa immigrated. He was born November 02, 1819 he was a son of Ignatz Kampa born July 08, 1787 and the father of Ignatz was Bartholomeus Kampa born August 05, 1759. Seems to be a link between Martin and the brothers Nicholas and Valentin Kampa but not sure what or when. Nicholas and Valentin were sons of Simon born October 16, 1785. Simon was a son of Johann "Hans" Kampa b 1735-1736--
if there is a connection between these two families and between the three Kampa males that you have found sources to support such as birth record; let me know what the link is.
Wonder if there is a blood connection between Martin Kampa and the brothers Nicholas and Valentin.


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