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From: Robert M. Doerr< >
Subject: Re: [WUNDERLICH] Adam Wunderlich
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 15:23:21 -0700 (PDT)
>Do you know which ships your family sailed on when they immigrated? The
>International Ships Transcribers Guild lists a few of the Wunderlich's that I
>have seen. I haven't had enough time to go digging about yet.
Is there a broad index to ISTG findings?
Almost certainly, they came via New Orleans. I think they arrived during
the interval (6 months or so) for which the ship lists are missing.
My Doerr ancestor was in the group.
Bob Doerr in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks
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><< My Wunderlichs came from Dieburg, Hessen, in 1847.
> Adam Wunderlich's house ("gebaut 1810 Adam Wunderlich")
> still bears his inscription.
> It was a large family that came together; I'm not sure all came.
> They settled in St. Louis, St. Charles County MO, and nearby IL.
> Some from IL went to MN, thence some to NE and CA.
> There is an anual reunion in East Alton IL.
> I still have cousins in Dieburg.
> Bob Doerr in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks >>
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