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Re: Johann Freidrick and Anna M.Ringstmeier
Posted by: Marlene Thomason (ID *****8759) Date: October 15, 2002 at 12:20:55
In Reply to: Re: Johann Freidrick and Anna M.Ringstmeier by Anne Bentkamp of 7

Thank you so much for sharing this information. I have forwarded your most interesting webpage to my sister and cousin. I must admit, the first time I went to this page I could not understand very much. Today I visited this site, and by using a German to Englaish translator I was able to use your site quite well. Unfortunatly, this translation is VERY literal, so you have to use contextual clues and second guessing at times. Could you share more information about the Ringstmeier farm and the history of of this area of Germany? Is it still in existence today?
Free Translator:
http://www.freetranslation.com/index.htm
Marlene Thomason


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