Mark Burch
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Mark Burch

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Mark T. Burch
Born 1950s.
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Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] and [half]
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Profile last modified | Created 7 Jun 2017 | Last significant change: 8 May 2022
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Delighted that you are looking into Amasa and Co., I left breadcrumbs on Amasa Parker which may or may not prove useful. Feel free to wipe those out as you progress.

Regards, Jack Parker

posted by Jack Parker
edited by Jack Parker
Mark, Thanks for help with Charis. She is a notable person in her own right. Author and subject of a filmed biography.


posted by Rick Harris
Thanks Mark for the information. I have completed the merges as per your email. Jan McGrann
posted by Jan (Powell) McGrann
Hi, I received your email. I would recommend to follow the steps outlined here:

thanks & best regards,


posted by SJ Baty
Thank you Mark for being so helpful! I've not been at the too long and it can get very overwhelming at times so I truly appreciate those who take the time and trouble to be so meticulous about details. It seems the further out we go in a "tree" the more help with accuracy we can get the better. Edward Coward (Coward-69) opens the door to fill in some of the elusive blanks in my tree and I most certainly appreciate that.
posted by Carla (Harrell) Cowart
Dear Mark, thank you for your suggestion to merge Flegenheimer-27 into Flehenheimer-11. I have the possibility to look into the birth, marriage and death registers of the Tairnbacher Jewish community (1810 to 1869) - Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg, Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe. There only was a difference of the family name, everything els (birth and so on) was equal.

Explanation of this difference: The name Flehenheimer in Baden was used in the first decades until later it changed into Flehenheimer. Sometimes a g was written for a h, but spoken like h or ch. F. e. Gretchen you could also write Gretgen. Mädchen (girl) like Mädgen. In the time of German author Johann Wolfgang Goethe it was so, he himself wrote so. The same you can say looking at Fle-g-enheimer and Fle-h-enheimer. The family name Flehenheimer was adopted by Baden jews in the year 1809 when they were forced by the state to have a civil, legal or real family name (instead of Marx bar Aron, Aron bar Marx, Isaak bar Marx, Marx bar Isaak). It was the civil name everyone had in the German countries. Origins of the name Flehenheimer: Often the surname of the jews remembered the place they or their forefathers or foremothers once came: f. e. Kissinger (from Kissingen), Weiler (from Weiler or Weil), Elsässer, Bamberger, Michelbacher, Sinsheimer, Mannheimer (from Monheim or Mannheim) and so on. The Flehenheimers dreived from Flehingen. An expression for Flehingen in old official papers is Flehenheim. Thank you that you posted the line that leads from the German Jewish Flegenheimers to Dutch Schultz. This was the main interest for me to enlighten his genealogical origins. I wasn't quite sure... Thank you again, have a good time, greetings from Southern Baden from Eva

Thanks for your help. I never thought I would be able to connect Dutch Schultz.
posted by Mark Burch
Thanks Mark, I am new to this and appreciate the help.


posted by Val (McFadgen) Read
Just stopping by to say "Hello!" Hope all is well...

You dropped some Genealogy Knowledge about "Rudolf Nureyev" back in 2017... Thank you 😊

posted by Gene Ellison
Thankyou Mark for editing Mary Ann (Hague)Britland
posted by Ann-Marie Hamblett
Thank you Mark! I have just started my journey and I am so fascinated with the Burch side of my goes way back to some of the first settlers and the stories I am finding are interesting.
Hi Mark, Thanks for adding the Jesters.
posted by Lynette Jester
You are welcome Lynette! You have a cousin on wikitree, related on the Jester side.

posted by Mark Burch
OH!!! YEAH!!! Related on the Jester and the Teague. My 2nd ggf Nathaniel Teague-1326 was brother to James Teague. descended from William Teague, Oliver William Jester was nephew to my 2nd ggf Burgess jester.
posted by Lynette Jester

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