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Posted by: Thomas Glaser (ID *****8102) Date: September 18, 2004 at 17:06:58
In Reply to: OTTO/SOPHIE/ALBERT ROEMER--OHIO by Rod Johnson of 168

Hello your Roemers arrived quite a bit later than mine
who landed at Baltimore in 1836. They went to Cincinnati
as most German immigrants were wont to do, at first. Some
remained there and 3 of the brothers went north and founded
the village of St Henry in Mercer County. My grandmother was
born in St Henry, of course, by then, the spelling was Romer.
The widow Mary Agnes Macke Romer came to the USA with 9 kids
when her husband Hermann Heinrich Roemer died in Damme
Oldenberg in 1830. I am presently working on the Roemers
who remained in Cincinnati, having already documented the
Mercer County Romers. Doubt if we're related but it doesn't
hurt to communicate because WAY BACK we're probably all
Tom Glaser in Dayton, Ohio

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