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About 50,000 names I will share with anyone
Posted by: James Kunkle (ID *****1557) Date: November 13, 2003 at 23:21:18
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I would like to help anyone interested in searching for their KUNKEL/le (All variations) surname. KUNKEL records date back to the 1500's in Old Germany to current families all over the World. I have worked on my surname most my adult life, as my family has for the past 300 years. I have about 50,000 names in my computer, and would like to see all that you have also. Perhaps we can help each other in our research. Write me at < > (This is a NEW e-mail address, so make a note of it, and pass it on to anyone you wish), or write me at: James E. Kunkle, 2479 Chase Street, Edgewater, CO - 80214-1228. I am now traveling a lot, going to endless libraries, court houses, cemeteries, etc, around the USA gathering more sources and information. I'm set up with two PC's, one being a notebook, and finding myself adding more data every single day to make my collection better than ever before. I'm willing to share the records with anyone who wishes them via an E-mail attachment or I'll burn them a CD and mail it to you. Even though I may of heard from you before in the past, Please, I would enjoy seeing your current files on our family and entering any differences into my Master files. I use "Family Tree Maker" for my software, and if I can help you with my records, you will need FTM and MS Word, also on your PC. Warmest Regards, and Happy Holidays to you all, - James E. Kunkle (b. 13 Nov. 1940)

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