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Emnot-Emnott-Emnat-Emmot-Emmet

Posted: 30 Aug 2006 10:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Emnot-Emnott-Emnat
I'm STUCK! PLEASE HELP?
US.family data says Emnott is French. Have gggrandfather Micheal Emnat b.1824 Canada d. 1908 in Wisconsin. 1860 US.census- (Royalton or Little Wolf) states his father was from France. So few of us and we really need help finding our French roots. Will be ever grateful for help.
Vivienne

Re: Emnot-Emnott-Emnat-Emmot-Emmet

Posted: 20 Dec 2006 12:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
I think we have corresponded regarding the Emnott Family back in 1998. My last name was Pikelny then. I have not done much researching since then. I might have some additional information since I last wrote but will have to root around my files. One interesting thing I've acquired that you might be interested in is a rubbing from Michael Emnot and Agnes Emnot's headstone. I believe I also have a copy of the first census in which Michael Emnot first appears in New York. Let me know if this is of interest to you.
Laura Emnott

Re: Emnot-Emnott-Emnat-Emmot-Emmet

Posted: 20 Dec 2006 6:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Emnott
My thanks to you,Laura-- I do recall your inquiry in '98 and had given your letter to neice and she cannot find. Can you believe I thought about you just yesterday?
Must tell you my husband Loren died of cancer 12/9/2001 and missed more than words can say.
March of this year I joined Ancestry and began my Emnott quest. I'm excited to hear from you as now feeling I can be more helpful.
The census in NY.1850 I have as well 1860-1870 Wi. of Micheal and Agnes.The rubbing sounds wonderful. Have done many hours research so hoping I can help you as well.
Trying to recall are you related to Seibret? Most recently read newspapers1889- thru the forties and learning much. Again thanks to you an do keep in touch.
Vivienne Emnott

Re: Emnot-Emnott-Emnat-Emmot-Emmet

Posted: 19 Jun 2007 10:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Laura,
Needed to let you know I did find the letters and ancestry info and pictures you sent to us in 1998.
Now I truly need to appologize to you for mot responding to you at that time. My sister was very ill and I was with her at that time and, Loren was just retiring. Much going on then and you were put aside and I am sorry. Didn't actually realize all that you had sent-bless your heart.
Your info is truly helpful and I'm now sure I will be able to contribute to the tree. Have discovered many newspaper articles of the Emnott family and trying to include them in there profiles within the tree.
I was contacted by a Fred Seiber in Sacramento, Ca. A relative of William--son of Micheal and Agnes Ritter Emnott. Agnes' mother was Margaret Ritter bn. 1806 NY.
Therefore Micheal's mother-in-law and grandmother to their children--William,Frank,David, Mata etc. Unable to find anything on father-in-law Ritter other that he was from Mass. and must have died around 1850 as the 1850 NY.census for Micheal and Agnes shows her living with them.
1860 Waupaca, Wi. shows her there with them and listed as mother-in-law. This does give way yet to another generation and gggg grandparents.
Now, if only we can only find Margaret's maiden name and Mr. Ritter's first name. The 1870 Waupaca census shows her living with William and Effie Sheldon and listed as Mother-in-law. Effie Ritter Sheldon must be Agnes Ritter Emnott's sister.
Enough now Laura--Needed to let you know I am truly greatful to you and please let me know if I can be of any help to you.
I do have a deluxe membership to Ancestry.com and can attach you thru to the Emnott tree free of charge and enabling you to view all living as well as deceased.
Truly Your's, Vivienne Emnott
vivemnott@yahoo.com 209 223 5053
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