I have been working on the ISLEY line since 1970. I collect just about everything I find on the ISLEY's just in case it connects with my Ludwig and Maria Barbara ROEMMELE Isley later. I have 2 researchers helping me at this time one located in Germany. We have been using the Paula Opening results from the LDS family history library temple submission for her line of ROEMMELE. I feel the information is correct to a degree that she has. Also, we have the immigration information of where the ship went before docking at PA. This morning I decided to use Mapquest and see which Klingenberg's and Rosenfeld's are close together. I e-mailed them to myself and enlarged the copies to see how they relate. The Klingenberg/ Rosenfeld towns in Baden Württemberg today are very far apart. The Klingenberg/ Rosenfeld in Schleswig-Holstein, DE are less than 7 miles? it is hard to tell. Both of the towns are situated on water ways that lead to the north. They would of come out south of Denmark. The map does not include rivers, so I need to go get another map just to check and see if this Klingenberg is also on the Neckar River. Both towns are North-East of Hamburg. They are both near an area called, "Wittemburg" not "Würrtemberg". Now, Could Paula Opening, in her research not noticed the difference in the spelling? or perhaps the mapquest has the English spelling of the area (or town). Could this area of been Würrtemberg back in 1750? The researchers that I have used seem to feel that the records are too bad in the Klingenberg, Würrtemberg area to show a marriage of Maria Barbara Roemmele and Ludwig ISLEY. There is not an Ortsippenbucher for that town. I wonder if there is a book for the one in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Personally, I think we have all been searching in the wrong area. What do you think?