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Rolling Back Time...
This website and the research that went into it are the result of a desire to
not only locate the missing members of our family tree, but also to understand and
preserve our origins and the unique journey our families made through time.
It seems every family has its own traditions, challenges, tragedies, achievements, family lore, and mysteries. We've been working to uncover ours, and at times it's been exciting and at other times devastating, but it's overall far from dull and much more interesting than we'd ever imagined when just starting out.
More than anything, though, this website is a tribute to those who came before us and a legacy for our children and grandchildren. We hope this is a gift they will cherish.
Of course, this is also an ongoing project, and we greatly appreciate and welcome all contributions, suggestions, and corrections. Through the years, info has come to us from wonderful cousins located all over the globe, and we are truly grateful for their kindness and generosity!
Please note that we respect living people and their info is privatized.
Remembering Those Who Came Before Us
Mysteries & Discoveries
Be sure and check out our Most Wanted
section for details regarding our mysteries, including unidentified people in photos and elusive family members. Any help would be greatly
Also, to see what we've recently found and added to the site, including images, documents, news clips, new family members, etc., please see What's New.
This Day in History
Anna Barbara Imig - 1716|
Heinrich Peter Imig - 1716
Cathrina (Caisa) Persdotter - 1717
Johann Matthias Hetzel - 1738
Hannah Towne - 1739
Abigail Pulsifer - 1770
Hannah Estey - 1800
Eva Catherina Augustin - 1803
Margaret Bradley - 1807
Heinrich Speh - 1837
William G. Keimig - 1860
Hyrum Monks Wray - 1885
Wilfred Keimig - 1913
James Chilton - 1620|
James Roosevelt - 1900
Johannes Sjursen Dalen - 1905
William Carl Schuler - 1968
Selma Ihlen - 1969
Robert Harold Caska - 1999