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Bill is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
- My grandfather (my dad's side) Ernest Augustus Grunwald came to America when he was 3 years old in 1883 and was born in Schwetz, Prussia, Germany. My Great Grandfather Charles William Grunwald both were Naturalized in Portsmouth N.H. October 31, 1890.
- My great grandfather (my dad's side) Horace Milton Hoitt was born in Deerfield, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA. I can trace the Hoitt roots back to 1629 they came into Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA from Upway, Dorchester, Dorset, England.
- Most of my ancestors came to New England from England. My direct descendants settled and help found Exeter, NH.
- My great grandfather (my moms side) Francois Xavier Ludger Rinfret came to America on 8 May 1882. Family came to Bartlett, Carroll, New Hampshire, USA from Laterriere, Chicoutimi, Province of Quebec, Canada.
- My 3rd great grandfather Samuel Peter Woodard was born in Vermont and died at Andersonville Confederate prison camp in 1864.
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On 2 Jan 2018 at 03:11 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:
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On 2 Nov 2017 at 19:30 GMT M Cole wrote:
Thanks for adding to Abiel Wheelock Albee's profile. Can you provide the Findagrave memorial number where you found the information. I've done several searches on findagrave, and have not been able to locate the same information. Thank you!
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