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Re: Luhmann, Johann, Jürgen,Germany
Posted by: JoAnn Meyer (ID *****9688) Date: June 29, 2008 at 12:35:00
In Reply to: Luhmann, Johann, Jürgen,Germany by Andrea of 34

I thought you might like to see this. I did finially get this much done. Everytime I see the village bohndorf or Bohnendorf I think of you. While I was putting the info into the url, I was thinking about when the Behrens/ Meyer knew Luhmann.

I suppose they learned of each other, because they were neighbors, so to speak. Land owners children married others in the same area. So they were sought out for sure. As I may have suggested other times....It could be that Luhmann settled off from marriage to areas where Meyer were such as Ostheide area.

But in the section in my blog where I talk about the Behrens I have some common surnames as the Luhmann family had. Riess. As I mentioned to you before, I had that Clasen or two of them. I also had that Hartig which sticks in my mind for some reason.

I don't know, if you ever found any people in the area of Himbergen Uelzen. But I did. And I suspect that the few Behrens could be mine also, but not sure. A few others as well that time will help me sort out.

I usually check back on people. Sometimes they are gone. But it's worth trying.

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