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Heinlein, of Bavaria

Heinlein, of Bavaria

Posted: 10 Dec 2000 10:59AM GMT
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 2:13AM GMT
Researching John Heinlein, b 7Sep1829 in Bavaria. M1849-49 to Margaret Mueller. d 22Feb1918, St Paul MN. Children: Barbara, m Paul Zimmerman; Katherine P. m John Philip Funk;John, m Lucretia Titcomb; Lydia; George;Sarah;Louise-Occupation, osteopath in CA

Heinlein, of Bavaria

Posted: 12 Dec 2000 2:42AM GMT
Edited: 29 Dec 2001 8:53AM GMT
George Heinlein (son of John Heinlein Margaret Mueller) was my great-grandfather. The information I have on the Heinleins is spotty at best, your message is the first I've found containing John's birthdate and place of birth. Just curious, do you have any family stories that have been passed down? Have you done any research on the family back in Bavaria?

I'm also curious about John's life. My great-aunt (my last Heinlein connection) told us that John first lived in Galena Illinois after immigrating from Germany, then moved on to Minnesota. This seems to fit according to census records. Do you have any knowledge of his whereabouts after immigrating, or what his trade was? I've also tried tracking down which ship he immigrated on, but found there are quite a few John Heinleins who made the trip to the US in the mid-1800s.

Kathy

Heinlein of Bavaria

Posted: 12 Dec 2000 6:23PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 2:13AM GMT
Kathy,
Please e-mail me as soon as possible. Better yet, e-mail me your full name and address.
John Philip Funk wrote a book in Jan. of 1929 about his family. His daughter, Grace, was my grandmother. Her father was John Heinlein. From the book:
"The thirteen years of residence of the family in Galena was a happy period in its life, and here were born seven children all of whom arrived at adult age, the twins above refered to, born in Morrisiana, having died in early infancy. Those reaching manhood's or womanhood's estate were: Barbara, Katherine, John, Lydia, George, Sarah and Louisa, the latter two being twins." From pp 10, 11,12.
I would like to share data with you.

Heinlein of Bavaria

Posted: 13 Dec 2000 9:03AM GMT
Edited: 29 Dec 2001 8:53AM GMT
Hi Jay -

Thanks so much for your reply! This is the first time I've posted on these message boards, and I'm not sure how to get your email address. Is there a link somewhere on these boards?

I'm very interested in corresponding; when I get your email address I'll send you more info.

Thanks!

Kathy

Heinlein-Bavaria

Posted: 13 Dec 2000 5:14PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 2:13AM GMT
Kathy,
I am new to this also. Your reply was only the second one that I have ever received.
I scanned and copied the pertinant pages for you last night. I haven't the foggiest idea of how to e-mail the data to you. Some day I'll figure that out. But, the copies, along with my part in the tree are ready to mail to you.
My e-mail: rdlk@infotelcom.com

Re: Heinlein-Bavaria

Posted: 27 Aug 2004 4:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Dear Jay,
We are working on the Hineline family (Originally spelled Heinlein). We would like to know where the source of your information is. We know there is a 700 page Hineline book of which there are only 2 copies. Lester Weimer from Hebron, Indiana has one copy of this book which has been bound.
He is very and and very protective of the book. Do you have access to the other copy?
My line is :
Thomasina Tonner Wilson --Betty Rae Hineline -- Alfred Pettit Heinlein-- Benjamin Asher Heinlein -- Reading Heinlein---
George Heinlein --- Mathias Heinlein b. abt 1722
We have a Hineline book of 60 pages that Dr. Myrna D. Magnuson Trowbridge wrote 19 years ago that we have just put on the computer using Personal Ancestral File. We would be happy to send you a GEDCOM of the file.
Thanks, Tammy Wilson Ph# 330-448-1279
PS. Here's hoping you get this.

Re: Heinlein-Bavaria

Posted: 15 Jul 2007 9:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Monroe, Hineline, Heinliein, Yaw, Bucher
Hi - this gets so interesting...I am Michelle (Monroe) Wilson < Thomas E Monroe < Robert E Monroe < Frank W Monroe < George W Monroe < Jesse & Catherine (Hineline) Monroe < Reading & Susannah (Yaw) Hineline < George & Sarah (Bucher) Heinlein < Mathias Heinlein. Would be more than interested in what you've got on the family...
This has been a lot of fun for me...such a huge family, and somehow I can't seem to find all the Irish blood "they" all said we have, but I've found lots of German!! Am curious to take this farther back...

Thanks!!
Michelle
storagemichelle@yahoo.com
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