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Re: Theis genealogy separation
Posted by: Alex Theis Date: February 03, 2001 at 08:03:32
In Reply to: Re: Theis genealogy separation by Sharon Theis of 158

Are your ancestors German immigrants? My grandfather was born in 1925, so it is unlikely that his father was born in 1867. However, that could be my great-great grandfather. Maybe he was seperated and had my great grandfather some time around 1900?
Thank you for this information. Your missing great uncle could be my great great grandfather. What year were you born?

I have recently run into a friend who's grandmother's last name is "Theiz". I wonder if the z might of been changed to an s at some time or vice versa. They are also of midwest heritage.

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