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Re: woodring family

Posted: 12 Feb 2001 1:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Oct 2006 2:52PM GMT
Surnames: bond, ghering, grandquist, frantz, wotring, woodring, stapleton
Mr Ron Woodring, I read you post and got the information from Marg Bond and I also got more information from one of husbands cousins. Their family history was stated in 1948 by a cousin named Mabel Ghering Grandquist. She was tracing the family of Nicholas and Margaret Frantz Wotring. She traces them from Germany/France and the various tranformations of the name till it became Woodring.She got a lot of information from the Heugonot immigrants in Memorials of Heugonots in America by Rev. Stapleton. I'm sure you also got some information there.She stated that the earliest mention of Nicholas was in 1797 at the Batism of John Nicholas Wotring son of Abraham Wotring at the Egypt Reform church Lehigh Co. Pa. We weren't sure who was the progenitor of this side of the family because we didn't know who left the eastern part of Pa and migrated to the northwestern area. My husbands family started in Woodcock twp. in Crawford County.If this sounds parallel to your information we are probably following the same line.I don't know how much other information I can give you because you probably have more then we do but there may be a few things we can contribute.Ardelle Woodring
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mo3go2 20 Feb 2001 3:47PM GMT 
bonniewdr 29 Aug 2002 8:47PM GMT 
mammacita 30 Aug 2002 5:21PM GMT 
Lornaj2 5 Mar 2001 7:54PM GMT 
NancyL74 6 Mar 2001 10:18AM GMT 
melody banks 16 Apr 2001 10:19AM GMT 
RonnyVautrin 28 Sep 2000 5:37AM GMT 
mo3go2 12 Feb 2001 8:01PM GMT 
RonnyVautrin 15 Feb 2001 9:02AM GMT 
edward woodring 20 Jan 2002 2:03AM GMT 
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