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Re: KUHLMAN/ KILMER
Posted by: Tasha (ID *****4850) Date: July 22, 2012 at 22:37:21
In Reply to: KUHLMAN/ KILMER by Helaina Yerry of 619

The Family tree I have starts with 1 of 4 brothers that immigrated from Germany in 1910.

Johannes Jurrian Kuhlmann/George Kilmer
married to Anna (Eva) Margaretha

Of their 10 children, there is a daughter:

Elizabeth b.prior to 1704 m.prior Aug 1719 to Johannes Wilhelm Kuhn (b.ca 1697-99)

Their Children:
1.(Mary) Elisabeth
b. 4-1-1720 m. ca 1742 to John Jager

2.Simon
b. 1721 m.ca 1745 to Catherine Linck

3. Anna Margriet
b. 6-26-1726 m. 11-8-1743 to Johannes Michel

4. Anna Elisabeth
b. ca 1728-30 m. 4-21-1747 to Johannes Linck

5. (John) Henrich
b. 3-30-1734 m. Margaretha Kilmer bp. 9-3-1742

6. George
b.ca 1740 m prior 1764 to Anna Maria Blass

7. ? Marieken
bp. 6-19-1741

8. Philip
b. ca 1745

9. ? John Adams
m prior 1759 to Anna Weaver

I'm afraid there isn't much past this particular family line on my tree chart. I could off shoot from their child John Henrich if I wasn't missing parts (I am working on getting more from extended family). I have lines from a couple of George and Eva's other children though. Hope this helps though!


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