• [S18] Unknown author, Upon the death of Gerd Heinrich Barlage on 4 Jan 1835, the family property was sold and the realized money was invested. 150 Reichsthaler with the widow Wichmann in Essen and 150 Reichsthaler with Zeller (farmer) Flerlage in Herbergen near Essen. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S74] Unknown author, St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father of (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S75] Unknown author, This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father of (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S76] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/Oberschoen (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S78] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S79] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud Schade (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S134] Letter from unknown author (unknown author address) to unknown recipient; unknown repository (unknown repository address). e-mail address wrote the following:

    Anna Maria Francke muß etwas um 1760 in Harsewinkel geboren sein, denn sie heiratete dort am 25.10.1783 Alexander Wissing ebenfalls aus Harsewinkel. Sie hatten (mindestens) einen Sohn Hermann Anton Wissing, *26.5.1793 in Harsewinkel, + 13.2.1855 in Albersloh. Das ist der Link zu meiner Verwandtschaft.

    Dr. Herbert Juling
    Breman, Germany
    49 421 635632
    http://home.t-online.de/home/Herbert.Juling/
  • [S140] Unknown name of person entry Personenschatzungsregister vom 20. März 1672, unknown location; unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S146] Barlow, 17 Oct 1850 Census, unknown repository address, unknown repository.
  • [S147] Barlow, 23 July 1860 unknown record type, unknown repository address, unknown repository.
  • [S148] Barlow, 12 July 1870 unknown record type, unknown repository address, unknown repository.
  • [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover DAYTON and Montgomery County, Resources and People, III (New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc., 1932). Hereinafter cited as Dayton & Montgomery County.
  • [S150] Unknown author Memoirs of the Miami Valley, III (n.p.: n.pub., 1919). Hereinafter cited as Memoirs.
  • [S151] Charlotte Reeve Conover, Centennial Biographical Record of Dayton and Montgomery County (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date). Hereinafter cited as Dayton Centennial.
  • [S152] Beers, History of Montgomery County & the City of Dayton (n.p.: n.pub., 1882). Hereinafter cited as History of Montgomery Cty & Dayton.
  • [S153] Charlotte Reeve Conover, Some Dayton Saints and Prophets (n.p.: n.pub., (1907) MCMVII). Hereinafter cited as Saints & Prophets.
  • [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S158] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.1 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S161] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address; unknown reader.
  • [S165] Unknown author, unknown title (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S166] Unknown author, Karthotek Siever (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S167] Author is Friedrich Joseph Liborius Heidenreich, Warburger Stammtafeln in Beiträge zur westfälischen Familienforschung (Verlag Aschendorff - Münster: Westfälische Gesellschaft für Genealogie und Familienforschung, 1985-1986).
  • [S168] Letter from unknown author (unknown author address) to unknown recipient, 21/11/96; Geismar documents Genealogy - Geismar (26 Warren St, Beverly, Burlington, NJ). Letter dated 21/11/1996 from Herr Rudolf Ludger Schütz states as follows in German:

    Bistum Essen
    Dezernat 4 - Seelsorgeamt
    45004 Essen

    Sehr geehrter Herr Rump!
    Sie haben am 21. Oktober d. J. über Internet um Auskunft über Ihre Vorfahren gebeten.

    Beiliegend überreichen wir Ihnen die Lebensbeschreibungen der Äbte Coelestin und Benedikt von Geismar, die in den genannten Zeiten Vorsteher der Benediktinerabtei Werden an der Ruhr waren.

    Die Abtei gehörte bis zu ihrer Auflösung im Jahr 1803 zum Jurisdiktionsbereich der Erzdiözese Köln und war frei Reichsabtei.

    Werden war darüber hinaus bis zum Jahre 1929 eigenständige Stadt und wurde im genannten Jahr in die Stadt Essen eingemeindet.

    Wir hoffen, Ihne mit diesem Auskünften gedient zu haben und grüßen freundlich.

    BISCHÖFLICHES GENERALVIKARIAT
    unterschrift R.L.S.

  • [S169] Unknown author, Forschungen und Funde zur westfaelischen Geschichte (Münster: Aschendorfgsche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1956).
  • [S185] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Various E-mails received generally from posts and questions to the German Genealogy list on the Internet"; Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S186] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Derived from personal interpretation of other facts"; Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S188] Author is Rudolf von Bruch, Die Rittersitze des Fürstentums Osnabrück (Osnabrück (1965): reprint by Verlag der Buchhandlung S. Th. Wenner, 18??).
  • [S190] Census, Delaware & New Jersey 1870 Census Index, CD-ROM (n.p.: Family Quest Archives, 1870). Hereinafter cited as 1870 Census Index for DE & NJ.
  • [S193] Heimatsortskartei Danzig-Westpreußen, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as Heimatsortskartei Elbing.
  • [S197] James Barlow Ferneding, unknown address (e-mail address), to e-mail address, unknown record type, 10/15/99, "unknown title," ; privately held by unknown repository,.
  • [S198] Letter from Anne Ferneding (2625 Shafor Blvd., Dayton, OH 45419) to Fred Rump, Oct 25, 1999; unknown repository (unknown repository address). her phone: 937-298-7965
    The Letter:
    Dear Marlies and Fred:
    My cousin Adele Grimes Castle and I were so excited to hear the background of the Barlow family. She has a computer and is on line. I will get her code so that we can correspond. She also has a FAX machine which will help a lot. Right now I have enclosed a few pictures of the Barlows you may have. And my nephew Jim said you had sent him some. I am anxious to see. Jim was also very impressed with your detail research. I know how hard and frustrating family research is, but so rewarding.
    Adele Grimes Castle is the great grandaughter of Eleonor Legler Grimes. We will fax the f. (?) detail list of the families of the Barlows fax the the list of Barlows from dayton .. very soon.
    Here is a correction on my father Henry Leo Ferneding. He married late in life. That's why you had him as my grandfather. Our father was born April 11th, 1872 and died Nov. 3rd 1943. My mouther was Josephine Beckman Callaghan, the second and was born Oct 17th, 1893 and died Jan 1st, 1967. Her mouther was named Josephine Beckman Callaghan. Her sister Anna, married John Ohmer. See the other list (a Michael Ohmer genealogy) I marked an X next to carolyn and Louise Barlow Heikes names. Louise barlow Heikes married Horace Heikes, divorced and I do not have his birth or death date. Perhaps you can get this information from the son, Theodore Barlow. He goes by the name of Barlow. After Brlow and his wife married they and Barlow's mother Louise moved to Florida. I have enclosed the address and the phone number. He is 83 years old born in 1916. I don't know if he still lives at this address. I haven't heard from him for at least two years. Another relative heqard from barlow but he is out of town.
    Another research job I have been into is that we have that John Theodore was married twice. First to Elizabeth Beckel of Dayton who died in child birth. The child's name was Anthony or nton. I can't seem to find anything more on him including his birth certificate or JT and marriage certificate an JT and Elizabeth Beckel.
    Research can be fun, interesting and very frustrating. Jim and I have been researching the Ferneding family since 1970. Dueing a lot of copying and research on his computer has been a big help.
    Oh yes, we have Nippgen spelt with two G's.
    Another correction or change - the name Westendorf. The name Henry Ferneding is the son of my great great great uncle Clemens, the brother to my great great grandfather Henry. I will also be sending you information on the churches.
    best wishes
    Anne Ferneding.
  • [S200] From info as given by Raimund Winter, online unknown url.
  • [S201] Lothar Baus, unknown address (lotharbaus@@ginko.de), to compgend@@genealogy.net, unknown record type, 19 Feb 2002, "search for daughter of Anna Maria v. Geismar," ; privately held by unknown repository,.
  • [S205] Victor von der Lippe Die Herren und Freiherren von der Lippe, Urkundliche Familiengeschichte, II (Görlitz in Schlesien: E. A . Starke, 1923). Hereinafter cited as v. der Lippe genealogy.
  • [S209] Kruger name search, film pictures, various, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S213] Mathilde Sievers-Bode, "Ortsfremde und Militärpersonen in der ev. luth. Kirchengemeinde bei Bissendorf, Bez. Osnabrück , 1678-1830", Niedersächsische Familienkunde Heft 6, Seite 124-127 (1936 Jahrgang 18). Hereinafter cited as "Ortsfremde & Militärpersonen."
  • [S215] "Tatnall Tombstone and Burial Survey", 1920, various (unknown author address), to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address); unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Tatnall Tomstone Survey."
  • [S216] Unknown volume, Wilmington Cathedral Parish Churchbooks as read by volunteers for www.lalley.com, (1863), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as baptismal reading.
  • [S217] Unknown household, 2/6/1900 copy of film, unknown repository address, downloaded digital, unknown repository.
  • [S218] Franziska Hämmerer entry; Ohio film, 2/25/1870; in National Archives Series 17; M255 (n.p.: n.pub.), List Nr. 12.
  • [S219] Hammerer, 11/12 June, 1900 census, unknown repository address, unknown repository roll 995, Book 2, pg 185.
  • [S220] Marsella Edna Hammerer, Birth Births, Misc. (31 Jan 1886), unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S224] Draft, WWI Civilian Draft Registrations (n.p.: government). Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft lists.
  • [S228] Leo Hämmerer, e-mail address (e-mail address), to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003, "Familie Friedrich Joseph Clamor Hämmerer," ; privately held by unknown repository,.
  • [S231] Hammerer, June 9th, 1880 digital Image, unknown repository address, Page 223A, ED#9, Image #37 @ Ancestry.com, unknown repository 1254118, National Archives T9-0118.
  • [S235] Udo Niemann, Berlin (e-mail address), to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 6.6.2000, "Bramsche Churchbooks extracts," ; privately held by unknown repository,.
  • [S237] Michael Ortmann, unknown address (e-mail address), to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 7 June, 2000, "Extracts from the Staatsarchiv by M. Ortmann," ; privately held by unknown repository,.
  • [S259] Unknown name of person, unknown record type 624 (18.9.1945), unknown repository, unknown repository address.