Albertus Robert Casimir (Fuller) Jung
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Albertus Robert Casimir (Fuller) Jung

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Albertus Robert Casimir Jung formerly Fuller
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Albertus, I would like to create a profile for the wife of Christian Espenshade, Espenshade-151, and also connect his son Melvin Espenshade, Espenshade-13 to his profile. Could you do that, or open the profile for editing so I can complete it.
posted by Rodney Long
Hallo Rodney, Please give me the emailaddress that you use here and i shall very gladly add you to Christian Espenshade's profile's Trusted List. Regards, Albertus

PS. I just now attached Melvin as son to Christian. I had planned to create profiles for all members of Christian Espenshade's family, but am glad that you will now do it. Since three years now i am exclusively busy with making profiles for all descendants of Gothard Espenschied (abt. 1600 - 1665). I have made thousands, but there is still a long way to go it seems!

I am trying to connect Milton Morris Wagner, Wagner-17843 to his parents but the privacy setting on his profile is not open for editing. His parents are Eshleman-183, and Wagner-11392. Can you help me. Thank-you.
posted by Rodney Long
Hallo Rodney, I have now connected Wagner-17843 to his parents. Thankyou for the suggestion!
Hello Albertus,

I just looked again at the comment you posted on my home page 5 days ago. I have added a category "Migrants from Prussia to Illinois" to

I am easily distracted. If you ask me to do something and I do not do it - then feel free to ask me again a week later

posted by Steve Thomas
Fantastic, Steve!

I looked at the Gustav Kargus profile and saw the new Category there. Thankyou!

Hallo and welcome back to your voluminous Schnell work! Jane
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
I saw your work on Elisabeth Espenschied nee Stumpf post today on WikiTree. Reading through other comments I became away of your participation in the "Germany Project." I am not acquainted with the Germany Project. Would you direct me to a link where I can become more acquainted with this work?

I am doing research on the Stumpf family. They were one of thousands of Germans who left the Southwestern part of Germany in 1709. They made their way down to the Netherlands, were transported to England, and then sent by ship to New York. They arrived in 1710. They worked on an unsuccessful project for the English Navy in upstate New York. The names of this family are found in the various transportation record and subsitance records from 1709-1715. This family consisted of Johann Georg Stumpf (father), mother, and two sons, Christopher Stumpf and Johann Stumpf, born about 1700 and 1701, respectively, based on the subsitance records. By 1720s this Stumpf family moved to Pennsylvania.

I believe I have most records available in the USA about them. I do not have anything in this country that gives their town of origin. I hope that your Elisabeth Espenschied nee Stumpf from Flonheim might be connected back to my people even if there is about a century between them. If your research has not gone that far back, maybe you have connected with these people in some other town of origin. If not, perhaps you know of people who might be able to help me.

I am aware that a widely circulated Family Tree has these people, with a Christopher born in 1700 in Darmstadt. However, this Christopher, who was born on 18 July 1700 in Darmstadt, died two days later. His family also kept living and producing siblings into the 1720s. They could not have emigrated to America in 1710.

Again, I look forward to your information about the Germany Project and any help with my Stumpf group.

posted by Eric Stumpf
Hallo Erik,

Florian Staub is at this time head of the Germany Project. Straub-620 If you wish to join that project, i suggest that you contact him. The project has many German resources at its disposal. Your people came from present-day Rhineland-Pfalz. I believe that there is also a Palatinate Emigration Projevct for those who emigrated from SW Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation in the early XVIIIth century. The Pfalz (Palatinate) had been wasted terribly by the French Kings esp. Louis XIV, through war, siberian winters and resulting famine. I have made profiles for 11 people named Stumpf, all relatives of mine. They are all from the area called Rheinhessen, such as where Flonheim is, and that area must be where your own Stumpf forefathers came from. For example: Anna Maria Rheinfrank nee Stumpf aka Stumpin, Born 16 Oct 1764 in Mörsfeld, Kurpfalz, Heiliges Römisches Reich. PS. Re: your forefather Johann George Stumpf aka Stumpff, Stump. Georg has no final e in German. Stump is the dialectal variant of the name, as in SW German dialects the pf sound of Hochdeutsch is regularly pronounced p, as in Niederdeutsch. He could have had a second son named Christoph, born after the son who died in 1700. It was very common to give the name of a dead child to a following child.

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posted by Florian Straub
Yes, i do wish to stay a member of the German Project.
Hello! Are you related to the Schnell families you are adding and editing? My ancestor is Schnell-268, a Palatine Migrant. Thanks from Jane
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
Yes, i am related to the Schnell families by blood. I am related through at least three ancestral lines to most of the Schnell profiles that i am creating! Thus, triple Cousins.
Hello cousin, could you please review and related family? The source links are broken and/or do not conform to pre-1700 requirements. Thanks, Deb
Good day cousin,

thank you for the message. I have provided a couple of the profiles that you mention with a new source, but in general, primary sources for that family are very hard to find. I am going to pay to look at records at Archion, the german site, to see whether i can find more records. The broken links you mention are links and can only be seen by members. But i keep them there for me to be able to quickly and easily go to their profiles in order to seek records for them which now and again show up at I shall do my best to find more and better records for the Fritz pre-1700 Wikitree profiles. Perhaps other Wikitree members willl find records sooner than i can.  Albertus     

Albertus, do you happen to recognize this birthplace name in Kovno from this WWI draft registration? It was probably mangled here in the US. This is for Bennie Nasatir.

It looks sort of like Hanuschischok but Google doesn't know what I'm talking about.

posted by Karen Lowe
edited by Karen Lowe
Panashishok maybe? Yiddish pronunciation of Panošiškės?
posted by Karen Lowe
Kovno is the Russian version of Lithuanian Kaunas. At that time it referred to the Kauno Gubernija (Kovno governorate) within the Russian Empire. I opened the link to the family search record but there are many films under that link. In donot find the one that You mean. Panošiškės was not in Kovno Governorate: It is near Trakai, and thus Vilnius.
posted by Karen Lowe
edited by Karen Lowe
I edited the link after pasting the wrong one.


posted by Karen Lowe
Thankyou. I have now seen the record that you mean. I ll have to study it better tomorrow. I can say now, that the first letter cannot be an H. No placename in Lithuania begins with an H. It must be a K.
Hi Albertus, when you create a new category, could you make sure to add the relevant parent category, otherwise the category is not linked to the category structure, and is listed on a categorization error list. See this one, I have added the parent category,

Thanks for your help, regards, Margaret, Categorization project volunteer

Dear Margaret, thank you for the information! I looked at the Page for Bechenheim which i created, and the Cateogy link as well as the information at the category look exactly as i made it. I have alas created quite a few Categories for towns and villages of my forefathers in Rheinland-Pfalz, all of them seemingly not linked to the parent category. I donot understand what i did wrong, but obviously i did do something wrong. Please explain to me , when creating a Category for Rheinland-Pfalz, how to connect it to the relevant parent category? So far i have been doing thus: I make Category: Name of Town, Name of Land (surrounded by the double signs [[ ]] ) at the top of the profile. Afterwards i click on the Category link and add the description and source, to make the Category exist. And violá! Category created. But from your message i understand that that is NOT all there is to making a Category. What more must i do to add the relevant parent category and avoid this mistake? Regards, Albertus
Hi Albertus, thanks for replying.

Have a look at Category: Bechenheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, you'll see the parent category I added, under the main heading. Now have a look at Category: Wendelsheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, this one you created on 11 June and I added the parent category on 12 June, BUT I have removed it temporarily so you can see the difference, no parent category under the main heading.

Now if you look in edit mode, (the edit button is on the right hand side of the category page, just under "My Connections"), you'll see the parent category coding. When you create a new one just add that at the same time as the other information. You get the same category picker icon as you do on a profile.

I hope that helps, let me know, regards, Margaret

Also, have a look at this change page for Bechenheim, which shows my addition of the parent category link.

Regards, Margaret

Margaret, thankyou so much for the detailed instructions! Having read both your recent postings and studied the examples, i now do understand how to do it! Thanks for your patience! I practised by re-adding Category: Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland to Wendelsheim.
Thanks Albertus, glad I was able to help, regards, Margaret

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posted by Traci Thiessen

Just realized my mistake on Samuel Newman! Thanks for covering! I will try and find the correct Samuel Newman. Karen Cooper

posted by Karen St. Jean
I am deleting the "research notes" on Samuel Newman. The Samuel Newman it was supposed to be attached to doesn't exist on WT and had no issue. Sorry for this mistake.
posted by Karen St. Jean
Hello Albertus,

Thank you for kind message introducing yourself. It seems we can both relate to one another about having dual surnames. I added a note at the bottom of Cuthbert's profile sharing my thoughts on his parentage. I've looked for years without anything conclusive but plan to keep searching. Our mutual descent from the Rich family comes to me through my great-grandmother Emma Babcock. She is my gateway ancestor to many interesting people. She lived to be 93 and I spent a lot of time with her. I'm glad you reached out.

Kind Regards, Todd

posted by Todd Whitesides
Hi Albertus,

, Removing PPP from all not notable post 1811 profiles managed by the Netherlands project

As a first step in our quest for a more managable list of project managed profiles. We are going to review all post 1811 Project Protected Profiles. Every profile from this period which is not a notable profile will lose it's PPP-status.

Our reason for this measure is to get a list which conforms to the WikiTree rules for PPP's (wikitree uses a 200 years limit) We use 1811 becausee it is the start of the civil registration.

posted by Margreet Beers
Mij best hoor! Bedankt voor 't bericht.
Hahaha, met zo'n mooie naam had ik niet verwacht dat ik gewoon Nederlands kon schrijven 😂
posted by Margreet Beers
We're cousins twice over. Thank you for writing! Our mothers are cousins by Sir William Dennis & Anne Berkeley and our fathers are cousins by Sir Walter Blount & Sancha de Alaya.
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posted by Traci Thiessen
Albertus, thank you for filling in a section of my family tree, and delighted to learn that we seem to be somewhat related! I appreciate the connection.
posted by Charlie Cook
Charlie, i am very glad that you were able to connect to that part of your family tree that i had already filled in! You are my sister-in-law Linda Marshall's Second Cousin, through her mother Virginia Adams. I hope that you go further back in time with the Cook line and the Woolston line, for which there are more known ancestors to be added. As you know, i am descended from the same Berry line as you: that line begins with Thomas Berry, which makes you and me 4th Cousins 2x removed. But i am also descended from a Cook ancestor. Perhaps if you bring your Cook line further back in time, you might be able to connect it to my Cook line which begins with Thomas Cook !

Just kind of browsing thru the list of Dutch Roots members I noticed you are still active and creating profiles in Dutch language, wonderful, thank you so much!

Stay Safe, Jan

posted by [Living Terink]
edited by [Living Terink]
Today I left you a friendly NewEnglish-history comment here, on our mutual ancestor:


posted by Isaac Taylor
edited by Isaac Taylor

Johann Philipp JUNG b. 1746/59 (?) prob. Katzweiler, Kaiserslautern, d. >1771, m. 29 Jan 1771 in Otterberg, Kaiserslautern to. Johanna Maria HUBING b. 03 Oct 1745 - d. 1803/23 (?)

Their daughter Anna Maria b. 30 Aug 1771 - d. 11 Apr 1811 m. Johannes CHERDRON in Otterberg; his family with a mix of intermittently-French, German and probably-Jewish names in previous generations incl TISCH, CARRA, WESTERMEYER etc.

Their daughter Maria Magdalena m. 1830 Philippus Petrus KAPPLER who emigrated to Ontario by 1852; and family from there to Michigan.

You can see the dates/timeline leave something to be desired.


posted by Isaac Taylor
edited by Isaac Taylor
Thank you for the information. I did not realize you had posted a clarifying comment in the Comments section earlier.
posted by Gillby Weldon
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posted by Gillby Weldon
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That was a long while ago. I created the profile because WikiTree did not warn me that another profile existed. That is because, at that time, Wood-138 was attached to two incorrect parents. Hence, the programme did not recognise the two profiles as referring to the same person. Recently, somebody removed the wrong father from Wood-138, and told me about this, asking me to merge the two profiles. So, i attached the correct parents to Wood-138. Now it is clear that the two profiles refer to the same woman, and the two profiles can be merged. I hope that his explanation is clear. What has happened in the past is not readily evident from the two profiles as they now appear.
Thank-you so much for the look-up Albertus! I'm glad that you started the Anderton line, and will take a look at the line:)
posted by [Living Ogle]
Thanks for the Taylor-24473 merge. The explanation of how the eleventh month in the old English calendar was January helped tremendously.
posted by Roy Breerwood Jr.
Thank you, Roy, for the positive feedback!
Hoi Albertus !

Dankjewel, en de scan-a-thon is niet alleen voor foto's hoor, er mogen ook geboorte-doop-overlijdensaktes toegevoegd worden natuurlijk. ;)

Liefs en groetjes,

Bea x

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
edited by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Hallo Albertus!

Allereerst een heel gelukkig en gezond 2020 gewenst ! Om het jaar goed te beginnen is er van vrijdag 10 januari (14:00 uur) tot en met maandag 13 januari (14:00 uur) weer een Scan-a-Thon dus als je zin hebt om mee te doen ?Meld je hier dan snel aan voor het evenement (reageer door te klikken op ANSWER en niet met een comment of reply!) en vermeld daarin ook dat je meedoet met het Flying Dutchmen- Vliegende Hollanders team ! Aanmelden kan tot 8 januari (11:59 pm, ET)) (morgen dus!)

Hopelijk tot snel,

Bea en Astrid :)

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Hi Albertus,

You are PM on a number of profiles in the category

We are tidying up some of the categories within the England project and believe this category is a duplicate of

Please could you update the profiles with the correct category?

If you need any help or assistance, please let me know.

Kind regards, Neil

England Project Categories Team Leader

posted by Neil Perry
Good catch on the discrepancy between birth of Francis Parrott and his father. Thanks.
Your Lebbeus Cottrell profiles look amazing. Thank you so much for your work on them.


posted by Kaylinn Stormo
Albertus, every one of your more than 1000 contributions for the month of August 2009 adds to the improvement of our Shared Tree. Thanks so much for all of your efforts.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
I added the Fuller Name Study tag to Fuller-9067. I hope I did it correctly, can you please check it? Thanks for the suggestion. Kim
posted by Kim Williams

I fixed the New Hampshire category to match the other states.

posted by Pat (Fuller) Credit
Albertus: Yes, all three profiles are now in the Weber Name Study. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of the profile, you will see the categories. You can click on the Weber Name Study link from there and it will take you to the list of Weber/Webber profiles in the study. Thanks so much for adding your Weber profiles.


posted by Noma Eddings

About a year ago, you expressed an interest in adding your ancestor, Catherina Weber, to the Weber Name Study category. We now have the category up and running at Weber Name Study. Would love to have you join in.

Noma, Coordinator of Weber Name Study

posted by Noma Eddings
Hoi Albertus,

Heb je misschien zin in een leuke minichallenge ? Quest for Great-Grandparents and Gedcom help: Dutch Edition-Nederlandse editie Alle hulp is welkom !

ps: Ik heb nog wel even gezocht maar was te druk en werd te veel afgeleid, dus nog geen echt succes helaas ..(de Munnik) maar zodra ik een beetje meer tijd heb ga ik weer op zoek hoor !

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Jij ook bedankt lieve Albertus, geweldig dat je in zo'n korte tijd zoveel kunt vinden he :)

Liefs en veel plezier deze week,

Bea x

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma

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