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Re: Big family tree for the Uffman(n) family
Posted by: Lars Uffmann (ID *****7441) Date: January 02, 2007 at 18:00:42
In Reply to: Re: Big family tree for the Uffman(n) family by brenda meyer of 27

Hi Brenda!

I'm working on this - I have information on at least 4 male Uffmanns that emigrated to the USA, for one the connection to my family tree is only a vague guess based on his father's name and date of birth (I guessed that the father was the same person that his mother was married to).

I was wondering whether your William H. Uffmann was one of the twins that emigrated around that time, but too much of your information doesn't fit in. I have William H. Uffmann, born 20th April 1846 in Halle, Westphalia, who married Loisa Brinkman 1870 in Missouri - and for him, I have 2 children without any information about d.o.b. or names - and one Henry (Heinrich) Albert Uffmann, born 1st March 1874, as well as Emma Marie Christina Uffmann, born 25th Sep. 1884.

This William H. is about 7 years older than yours should be, lived in the wrong area and was married to the wrong woman - but I'll keep searching - I'll update you when I find anything.

Kind Regards,

Lars


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