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Fankboner

linda michel (View posts)
Posted: 18 Nov 1999 4:04AM GMT
Would love to trade info. on the Fankboner surname.
Looking in Ohio. Other names connected to the
Fankboner family. GOOD, STILES,
Will share what I have.
linda michel

Fankboner

Posted: 13 Aug 2000 7:24PM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 11:32PM GMT
I have found a lot of Fankboner records (especially in Ohio and Indiana) while I have been searching for the family of Lura Bell Fankboner, born 11-14-67 in Indiana. She is my greatgrandmother.

Please e-mail me with any info you have and I will send you the info I have.

Fankboner

Linda Michel (View posts)
Posted: 14 Aug 2000 6:16AM GMT
Hi,
Was glad to know that there are others out there looking for Fankboners.
Will gladly share what I have. My Fankboner interst comes through a
gg grandmother. The Fankboner family came from NJ in the early 1800
to Tuscarwas Co. OH. I know that some of the family did go to IN, and
my lines went to Appanoose Co. IA. My g grandfather then took his family
to Idaho in 1880.
Will gladly share what informaition I have. Please email me at
grannyl@mountainwest.net
linda

Re: Fankboner

pennie Young (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2006 2:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Read your posting about the Idaho "Fankboners". My grandfather was Charles William Fanckboner (note the last name spelling), married to Edna Belsher. They lived in Boise, Idaho where they had their only child, my father Elbert Channing Fanckboner. My father and mother, Mary Shanahan Fanckboner, had 3 children: James, Pennie, and Michael. My father died in Boise in 2001 and mother and youngest brother Michael still live in Boise.
Just curious about the connection to your "Fankboner" side and the change in the spelling of the last name.

Re: Fankboner

KL Aguilar (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2006 9:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Fangboner, Fanckboner, Fankboner
I have the Fankboner/Fangboner/Fanckboner family back to the early 1700's. There were three brothers who eventually settled in different parts of the country and that is how the spelling changed. The Fanckboners mainly ended up in Michigan. If you e-mail me, I will try and look up your specific line although it may take me a few days to get to it. AguilarKL@aol.com

Re: Fankboner

pennie young (View posts)
Posted: 6 Nov 2006 12:43PM GMT

Re: Fankboner

Posted: 11 Dec 2006 7:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Pennie, I am still waiting for you to contact me thru e-mail as I requested in my first reply. I am going to need to ask you a lot of personal info that you might not want on the internet. I will need your parents' names, parents' date of birth, location of their births, and as much similar info that you have for your grandparents and others. This family often used the same names and more specific info may be needed to trace your line. For example, there are many named John and the internet shows errors where people have a spouse listed as married to the wrong John. I have this family back to the 1700s.

AguilarKL@aol.com

Re: Fankboner

Posted: 27 Feb 2007 11:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
hello............sorry it has taken me so long to reply. I didn't realize there was a response to my interest on the website.......no alerts were sent to me. Anyway, I would love to have as much information as you have and, of course, I will share what information I have with you. You may email me :
youngbat314@aol.com

I look forward to sharing info!

Pennie
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