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Re: Sinn family, Germany to NY
Posted by: Frederick Johnson (ID *****4516) Date: October 14, 2005 at 20:41:15
In Reply to: Re: Sinn family, Germany to NY by Susan Goines of 95

I think it might be possable that we're related.
i was wondering who is in you family tree,
i have sinn family from wuertemburg germany.
my ggg grandfather came from there in 1868,and raised his family in Ithaca NY,which is about 4 1/2 hours from buffalo.
his brother Christain used to live in Buffalo and had his first child there.

some of the names in my sinn genealogy in order are

1st generation
Christian Sinn b. unknown german
d. unknown german
father of Charles William and Christian Sinn Jr
married Minerva Grossman.

2nd generation
Charles William sinn b may 1848 wuertemburg germany
d.feb 5 1916 ithaca NY
1st marriage
Mary Elizabeth Newton

julia Sinn
sarah sinn
bradford sinn
robert sinn
henry sinn
charles sinn jr
christian sinn
all children born in ithaca NY

2nd marriage
eliza harris

no children

2nd generation
christian Sinn jr b.jan 21 1864 wuertemburg german
d.nov 11 1941 ithaca ny

amelia Shumer

frederick Sinn b.jan 1891 buffalo NY
d.nov 26 1906 ithaca ny

emma sinn b.jan 1894 Buffalo NY
d.1958 Ithaca NY
i have a lot more information if you're interested.
do any of these name show up in you tree?
remember that back in the old days,people were always named after other family members.
thankyou for your time.
Frederick Johnson

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