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Schiemann Family in Wisconsin

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Re: Schiemann family in Wisconsin

Posted: 19 Apr 2013 11:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schiemann Buchmann
I have an instance in my family research where an aged ancestor is listed on a ship list 1840s/1850s with family but no indication found that they arrived in Milwaukee with the family. The PERSI index helped locate an indexed source to their path - they stopped in Detroit for a couple of years before moving to Milwaukee.

Going through the most logical church burial registers in Milwaukee may be another way that may help you find Lisette Schiemann (nee Buchmann). In the Milwaukee area, those become a primary source in the days before civil reporting became more consistent (not necessarily the same as cemetery records). If you haven't done it already, narrow the search by years & most logical religion, earliest known family church and/or house address, earliest known burial location for anyone in the family group?
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chem_tchr 12 Feb 2010 6:16AM GMT 
daciodan 13 Feb 2010 3:12PM GMT 
chem_tchr 13 Feb 2010 4:09PM GMT 
rebholzgary 9 Mar 2013 2:18PM GMT 
chem_tchr 17 Apr 2013 2:28AM GMT 
rebholzgary 19 Apr 2013 5:20PM GMT 
chem_tchr 22 Apr 2013 2:48AM GMT 
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