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Early Kunkel's in PA
Posted by: James Kunkle (ID *****5988) Date: January 20, 2007 at 08:15:05
In Reply to: Re: I have over 66,500 records on KUNKLE (all spellings) by Denise of 354

If you would e-mial, me I could give you a word document GED with more data than I can re-type it all in this Forum all over again. {E-mail:}
I show Johannes Kunkel (my ancestor) born 21 Sept. 1704, and his wife "Anna Magdalena Kaiser" born about 1711. So, how could "She" have a "daughter - Magdalena Kunkle" (Born 29 April 1792) as you stated? She would be 'about' 80 years old.
>> Sorry, I do not know the Maiden Name of "Catharina" Kunkel, married to my ancestor, Johannes Kunkel, b. 1704.
>> Johannes Kunkel, married to "Catharina" had a son "Johann "Adam" Kunkel, b. 15 July 1750, married to Maria "Margareta" Giltner. - - This Surname, has been totaly messed up over the years, and I have found it spelled - GILTNER, GOULDNER and GILDNER. There is a "Book" published titled "Goldner Ancestors". I have no idea when, or where, or who published it.
I would be grateful if you would send me a GED, or word document of the descendants you show to this family - Please.
Also, where did you find the "Birth Date" for "Magdalena Kunkle, born 29 April 1792?? Was it off a Cemetery Head stone, or Family Bible? - - Was this the "Magdalena Kunkel" that was married to "William Moyer"? I would enjoy to know this. - Regards, James E. Kunkle; e-mail:

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