George Stradtman Jr.

George Stradtman Jr.

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Mr. George G. Stradtman Jr.
Born 1950s.
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Johann Heinrich Gast (known after arrival in America as Henry Gast) was born in Asslar, Lahn-Dill-Kreis, Hesse, in 1806. He immigrated with other family members through Baltimore in 1818 or 1819, settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and was involved in setting up a pottery business which remained in the family for nearly 100 years. I'm interested in connecting with any relatives through this family.
Looking for anyone who is connected with any of three Mullens who immigrated from County Carlow, Ireland, through Philadelphia in 1816: Patrick, Thomas, and Edward.
Looking for anyone who might descend from Heinrich Christoph Stradtmann, born in Celle, Hannover (now part of Germany) in 1820. He first married Catharina Magdalene Hesse. Second wife was Dorothea Elisabeth Helene Meier. Third wife was Sophie Wilhelmine Amalie Struve.
Looking for anyone who might descend from Heinrich Christoph Stradtmann, born in Celle, Hannover (now part of Germany) in 1820. He first married Catharina Magdalene Hesse. Second wife was Dorothea Elisabeth Helene Meier. Third wife was Sophie Wilhelmine Amalie Struve.
Looking for anyone with information about the family of Heinrich Christian Struve. He was born in Fuhlen, Hesse-Darmstat in 1803-1810, immigrated to the USA with his wife and children in 1848, settled for a time in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and vanishes from the record after the 1860 U.S. Census.

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On 7 Jul 2017 at 03:41 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

Hi George, you wrote on my homepage: "In regard to Clarence Connor (Connor-632) and his close family members, I've done some updating since your work on that group on about 3 Jul. Have tried to open up access enough for you to make further changes. After you're done, please let me know of any whose Privacy Level needs to be changed back to "Private" or "Private with Public Family Tree" to prevent possible identity theft. Thank you."

I can't remember that profile. The work done on it must have been regular arboring work that requires duplicates to merged. All profiles older that 1868 should be open to edit. WikiTree policy. Strictly, only living people or their parents need strictly private settings, or (preferably from the parents upwards) can have "Private with Public Family Tree".

I'm not going to do anymore work on "that group". It is now the responsibilty of the profile managers to edit the bio's and basic data fields so as to make it a coherent readible body of text, and validate the profiles further by providing primary sources.

Regards, Philip

On 3 Jul 2017 at 23:29 GMT M Cole wrote:

Thanks for the info for Elizabeth/Fannie Holeman confusion. I left a message on that profile and created an unmerged match with Fannie.

On 23 Jun 2017 at 17:56 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:

Hello George,

I'd like to invite you to join in the "Weekend Chat" on G2G Today!

Share personal successes, stories about ancestors, tips, projects you are working on, or anything else you wish.

New members stop in and say Hello, introduce yourself, share your story, or ask for help.

Pilots, Mentors, and Leaders of all kinds please add something... your advice is always greatly appreciated.

Hope to see you there!

On 26 May 2017 at 20:57 GMT Larry Huey wrote:

Hello George, apparently we are 20th cousins, almost brothers!

Happy WikiTreeing! Larry

On 12 May 2017 at 04:18 GMT Kathy (Stuewe) Zipperer wrote:

Wilkie-1267. Ah, George. Sorry about the learning curve. I'm just working on database errors. If you see me writing on your profiles, correcting errors, it's just that. I am completely grateful that I made the decision a year ago to enter my info one profile at a time. It's saved me lots of trouble. Thanks for your time on the edits!

On 26 Oct 2016 at 14:42 GMT Barbara White-Frank wrote:


Dr. James Wilkie is NOT the father of George William Wilkie! Dr. Wilkie is George's Grandfather. George's parents are Rufus Morrow Wilkie & Unity Susannah Ruppe. George's wife is NOT Jane Brooks; it's Mary Godfrey daughter of Joseph Lee Godfrey and Buena Vista "Bunny" Quinn. Please fix these errors or allow me to do so! Barb Selletti

On 2 Oct 2016 at 18:19 GMT Bob Keniston Jr. wrote:


Welcome to the M Team of the WT Source-a-Thon. Our source for the Unsourced (sounds a little like the Undead) is Your contributions to the Source-a-Thon will go on the team page - Post an answer on the team G2G question with your name and bib number. Post your sourced profiles as a comment to your answer. If you run out of space, use reply to your comment. Check out the Team Massachusetts page - There are links to several source sites, including Source References. The vast majority of the references are for pre-1850 records, and you can view most at On Source References, Go to Edit, and pick out the town you're looking for and copy. You might want to make a copy of the page in order to preserve the original. I use ma-vitalrecords for most of the lookups and to get page numbers. You only need one extra tab for that. If you have any problems or questions, feel free to message or email me. Bob the Sourcerer

On 13 Aug 2016 at 01:13 GMT J (Vickery) V IV wrote:

Hi George, Birth and death locations are just that. Please don't put Burial Locations in these. there is room in the Biography for this. We also do not Abbreviate in Birth & Death Locations, County, not Co., please use full State name. Thank you. JPVIV

On 16 Apr 2016 at 23:38 GMT Kellie Clyde wrote:

Hi George. My Grandma was born in Bothwell, Scotland. She immigrated to Canada. My great great grandparents were all from Ireland

On 17 Dec 2015 at 15:27 GMT Lisa Franklin RN, BSN wrote:

Thanks for the comments on the road work..that was also how I had found it to be here in Texas research as well. Men of a certain age were expected to labor on road crews 'x' number of days/hours per a set time period.

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