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Re: Werth Family - settlers of Ellis County
Posted by: Tina Murphy (ID *****6267) Date: September 25, 2006 at 17:04:18
In Reply to: Re: Werth Family - settlers of Ellis County by Margaret Heart of 70

Hi I am realted to some Werth's or I should say lots of them, ha ha, my Mom is Marva "Werth" Klaus, and my Grandparents were Adolph "Ott" Werth, and Serbina "Zimmerman" Werth. My maiden name is Tina Kluas, my Father was Clarence "Dean" Klaus, my Mom's side, the Werths. originated in Schoenchen, and my Fathers family originated in Munjor, on both sides my great, great grandparents were among the 1st settlers of both towns, my great grampa was Alex or Alexander Werth, and Alexander or Alex Zimmerman. But I haven't found my great, great grandparents names yet and my Mom couldn't remember. My Grampa Klaus' 1st name was Nicholas, and my Grama Klaus' 1st name was Louise. I want to Thank you for posting the history of both of these towns, I grew up in Munjor till I was 11, and then moved to eastern Ks. Next summer my Mom and I plan to make a trip back home, I hope my Grampa and Grama's old rock house is still there so I can take some pictures. It is in Munjor. I lived in 3 0r 4 different houses in Munjor. I really miss it.

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