I got an e-mail from you yesterday via ancestry.com; however, I cannot connect with you there according to the e-mail link to ancestry.com--which is probably an old, dead account. So, I searched your account on ancestry.com and connected to you this way.
Your message to me was:
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Subject: Milw Schnabl research 2013
Hi Gary, I am back working on the Milw Schnabls, and think I have pieced together a few Schnabls that may be siblings, and related to your Valentin. Is it correct that Theresa Schnabl (who is married to Joseph Schnabl living at 881-28th St in 1905) is the sister of Valentin (b. Feb 1884), Rudolph (b. 1886) and Johann (b. 1870)? I noticed in the passenger manifests for both Valentin and Johann they each had declared they were joining their sister Theresia in Milwaukee, at 881-28th St. Did Johann eventually marry Emilie [possibly Sonenberg?] and have a son John? Sorry about all of the questions, I am just trying to make some sense out of all of the Schnabls and see who is connected to mine.
BTW, the pre-1930 address (881 28th Street) was very near North Avenue--on or near the 2400 block on 28th nowadays. That 28th Street address was on the (Ellis Island) manifest when Valentin arrived in early 1902, age 18.
I suppose it is possible for a maiden-name Schnabl to marry another Schnabl--something that would have to occur if my grandfather moved in with her sister after her marriage to Joseph Schnabl. All I thought was that my grandfather moved in with his brother--possibly the Joseph mentioned.
In any event, I am confused...