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Re: LORENTZ KLING
Posted by: Daniel Lowry (ID *****2098) Date: April 18, 2004 at 17:11:00
In Reply to: LORENTZ KLING by leroy kling of 348

Hey Leroy,

You and I have connected via email...but I'm going to post this here in the hopes that someone else might see what we've talked about and might be able to fill in our pieces.

I have a Lawrence Kling...my names were very much Americanized. He married Sarah Lingenfelder. I've found census records for their daughter that have both Lawrence and Sarah born in Pennsylvania. All that I have right now is one daughter...Julia Ann.

Julia Ann was born on Sept. 23, 1836 in Pennsylvania. This fits right in with the info that Leroy has posted about Lorentz and Sarah's child. She married George Blockinger on Oct. 1, 1857. He was born in either Germany or Pennsylvania on March 29, 1834. Julia died on Jan. 30, 1918 in Clark Co., IL. She and George had 9 children.

1. Henry
2. Ellen E.
3. Sarah (Sadie) Ann
4. Mary (Mollie)
5. George W.
6. Ida Alice
7. John Lewis
8. Amanda Jane...this is my gg-grandmother
9. Katherine

So, can anyone help Leroy and I here?

Thanks,

Dean


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