Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz

Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz

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Sandie Schwarz formerly Schwartz
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Categories: German Roots.


Category:Chocolate Needed Frett Name Study Kennebeck Name Study Langenfeld Name Study Nett Name Study Nimsgern Name Study Pulvermacher Name Study


Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz has German Roots.

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Descendant of Jacob Schmitt. Sandie is a great-great-great granddaughter of Jacob Schmitt, who was one of three founders of Johnsburg, McHenry County, Illinois in August 1841, along with Nicholas Adams and Nicholas Frett.


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Helping to connect the profiles of individuals in the tree who are unconnected
I am researching ancestral lines of my childrens' paternal 3x great-grandfather William Foster, from Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, North Riding, England. William Foster married Anne Wiley, born in Habton, North Yorkshire, England. William and Anne were early settlers (1845) in Richmond Township, McHenry County, Illinois.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Frett.
My maternal and paternal ancestry has German Roots. My maternal ancestors (except for my Nimsgern ancestral lines) were from the Rhineland and North Rhine-Westphalia, my paternal ancestors were from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. My childrens paternal grandfather's family lines were from Bavaria
My childrens pateranl 10x great-grandfather is William Gifford of Barnstable, Massachusetts, through his son, Christopher Gifford (Deborah Perry). I have the Gifford (Giffard) ancestral lines going back to the 11th century.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Kennebeck. The original spelling of the surname Kennebeck was Kernebeck. My maternal great-great grandfather Johann Bernard Kernebeck was born in Gronau, North Rhine-Westphalia, he came to America in 1843 and was an early settler in Johnsburg, McHenry County, Illinois. His children changed the spelling to Kennebeck.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Langenfeld, originating from Langenfeld, Dist. Mayen, Rhineland, Germany
Moon is one of several surnames of my childrens' paternal grandmother's ancestors that I am researching. Their 9x great-grandfather is the Robert Moone of Boston, MA and later Newport, RI. I have researched their Moon (De Moyon, De Mohun) ancestral lines going back to the 11th century, back to Moyon, Normandy, France.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Nett.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Nimsgern as this surname is not a common surname in the United States. Nimsgern is the maiden name of my maternal grandmother. My maternal 3x great-grandparents Jean (John) Nimsgern and Suzanne Nimsgern nee Grill and their six children came to America in March of 1853 from Betting-les-Saint-Avold, Dept Moselle, Lorraine, France. They settled in McHenry Township, McHenry County, Illinois.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Pulvermacher. This surname is not a common surname in the United States. My maternal 3x great-grandmother was Catherine Pulvermacher (Johann Schaefer), born in Munk, Dist. Mayen, Rhineland (Germany), the daughter of Paul Pulvermacher and Eva Catharina Schmitt. Catharina and Johann were early settlers in McHenry Township, McHenry Couny, Illinois.


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On 19 Oct 2018 at 20:09 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:


I posted this because there was a new category created with no parent, which is what usually occurs when someone is just starting a name study. Name Studies asked me to point new name studies to their post. I apologize if you have already joined.

Thanks, Natalie

On 8 Oct 2018 at 19:38 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:

Welcome to the Connectors Project! Be sure to check out the Connectors project page to see some of what we do, our To-Do lists which have folks who need connected to our Global Tree, and please add the connectors tag to your G2G feed. We've also got a great sub-project, Connectors Chat, where we talk about what we're working on and where we'd like to help out. If you're new to making connections and want some simplified connections to work on, look at our Connecting Buddies page. Thanks for joining us!

On 5 Oct 2018 at 18:27 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Hi Sandie, It looks like you may have some outstanding merges that need attention. You can find them by following the link at the top of this page under >My Wikitree>Watchlist, then hit the button that says Pending Merges

Thanks for helping with Wikitree

On 19 Sep 2018 at 22:05 GMT Kirstie (Newton) Schraffenberger wrote:

Thanks for your message, Sandie! I do know Christine. My newsfeed indicated you were responsible for the bios, but I'm guessing you must have just edited something. :)

On 19 Sep 2018 at 12:06 GMT Kirstie (Newton) Schraffenberger wrote:

Thanks for your work on the Henderson's! I loved reading some of the bios you put up recently!

On 16 Sep 2018 at 17:05 GMT Pat (Fuller) Credit wrote:

Thank you for contributing to the ancestry of President Donald J Trump. I would have preferred that the only source given for adding new relationships had not been HIDDEN behind a PAYWALL.

I was able to locate sources on FamilySearch to confirm those relationships. They have been added to Elizabeth (Trump) Walter's profile should you want to add them to the profiles you created.

On 8 Sep 2018 at 03:11 GMT C. Pings wrote:

Sandie, I guess I should have looked at the Pulvermacher surname list before writing. Some of those which are sourced with are not managed or entered by you. Although I use familysearch as a free resource for getting census and other records, I do not use that organization as a source itself, either. Hints I get by what other people have entered (or my relatives work from 1970's) I am following up on

& sourcing facts. Maybe I should have explained what a GEDCOM (or I may just say GED) is. It is a file I can export from my own family tree-my own work- which is readable by other software. While I could potentially be using someone else's GEDCOM to add to my tree, I don't. I use it to avoid retyping everything when I switch software programs or when I want to share my work

On 6 Sep 2018 at 11:42 GMT C. Pings wrote:

I guess you didn't get my private message or maybe it didn't get sent.

After checking many of my GEDCOM records for profiles already on Wikitree, I noticed that Wikitree no longer allows direct merge of them. Too bad, it would have added about 900 relatives quickly. So...I won't be rushing in with relatives, & appreciate all the work you have/are doing. In particular, I am interested in the Pulvermacher side of the family, as I've noticed what appear to be duplicate names in many branches & am stalled in figuring out who is really in which family. For example, Johann P Pulvermacher (est b.1852 from 1880 census) & Marie Chavet, I noted: message from KBrown. wrong kids for this couple. >CAUTION! middle initial from findagrave, but that links with different parents, so may not be accurate

On 31 Aug 2018 at 18:51 GMT C. Pings wrote:

Thank you for adding Matthias Pings-52. I uploaded my GED file but then got bogged down matching names with existing profiles, some of which were duplicates I was waiting for merges on. If you have a lot of other Pings names to add, maybe I should try to find time to finish processing my GED. It looks like you're working on the Pulvermachers? There will be more crossovers.

On 19 Aug 2018 at 23:17 GMT Robin Rainford wrote:

Someone may source on a profile I created; many people contribute to each profile. I don't have a Klapperich bible. I have the Klapperich book as do hundreds of descendants of Line Anton.

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