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Posted by: ANN DERNER (ID *****7485) Date: February 11, 2011 at 09:37:21
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i am looking for onformation on theheintz family tree, magdelena krauss heintz married christopher heints, magedlena was born in 1803 and died in 1883 she cmae to verona form baden germay , she and her husband are buried in jackson/ paradise cemetery they have two sons christopher b 25 dec 1849 may have been born in 1784 john heinz was born in 27 dec, 1879 he may have ben born in 1714 lewis heins was born aug 23 1876 born maybe in 1816, ihave not been able to find any further records of the heintz family on roots, but she was on the 1880 census lds census, i would like cemetery records as i could not find this cemetery on line, i would like census records, cemetery records, marriage records death records, pictures of the grave stones, this line is connected to rev william mentz who married wilhelmenia kraus, if you can find any records, i know louis or lewis in in the onedia city directory, but i cannot find any records of the heints family on line, so i am trying to find a researcher that can help me with this brick wall, ann derner


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