2002 Guestbook Entries

Chuck, Noticed your page while starting my search into family history. My father was Clarence D. Shultz and our family hailed from the Pennsylvania area also. Somerset to be exact. Anyway, good info on your page, looks like youve done your homework. Wish I could have found some associations on your listings, it would have saved me TONS of work!   Thanks
Chris Shultz <cdskmo@peoplepc.com>
Kearney, Mo USA - Thursday, November 21, 2002 at 00:14:22 (CST)
I am the granddaughter of Frank Oscar Glick and Ameila Louise Springborn. My parents were Martha Fay Glick and Gordon "Doc" Roberts. It was neat looking at your site. If anyone has info on the Glick/Glueck or Springborns would like to hear from you.   Debbie debman@inu.net
Debbie Mann <debman@inu.net>
Lufkin, Tx USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 07:03:08 (CST)
Nice site. go on with this.
Thorsten Böshans <t.boeshans@ids-scheer.de>
66763 Dillingen, Germany - Thursday, October 03, 2002 at 12:09:52 (CDT)
Great site! I am a native Polish translator/genealogist. Please let me know if you or anyone needs help with translating any of their genealogical records. I specialize in translating Polish microfilm and "old Polish" script. Adela
Adela Kuchinka-Bak <poltranslator@hotmail.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Sunday, September 29, 2002 at 00:10:31 (CDT)
Hello my name is Cisco. English language is my second language . I visit sites like yours to learn new english vocabulary words and improve my english grammar . I hope to have effective communication and business communication for a new job in US. I learned a new word of the day from your site. I plan to be public speaking and business writing better now from your site. Thank you.
Bogota, Putumayo Colombia - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 04:47:54 (CDT)
Busco información de mi abuelo Pedro Nolte ( 1902/1971) nacido en Odessa (Rusia), hijo de Pedro Nolte y de Barbara Hauge. Cualquier información, por favor, escríbanme. Quiero formar el arbol de la familia NOLTE y sé que en USA hay varias personas con este apellido. Gracias.
Miriam <mnolte@fices.unsl.edu.ar>
San Luis, argentina - Wednesday, September 04, 2002 at 16:36:40 (CDT)
Chuck, Thanks for the tour. I am just passing through. I am researching my Shultz's from OH, IL, NE. Rod
Rod Prescott <rpresco@onlineia.com>
Washington, IA USA - Friday, August 30, 2002 at 20:27:30 (CDT)
Hi Chuck. Great work here. Was able to see the pictures of Vinc and Frances Sciba. Nice meeting you at the Sciba reunion.
Bill Sullivan - Son of Mary Jane and Tom Sullivan <bsulliva_98@yahoo.com>
Missouri City, TX USA - Friday, August 30, 2002 at 17:52:16 (CDT)
Chuck, I'm working on the flyer for the Glueck Reunion, June 14, 2003 in Cat Spring and look forward to meeting you there. I had to check out your web site and it's great. I was wondering if your first source listed as "GLUECK" was the work of my Grandfather D.D. Smalley of Houston. If this is so, please give credit to him. He was husband of Josephine Glueck, daughter of Frank, Jr. We spent many months, years ?, visiting the Houston Library, Cat Spring and Houston Gluecks to pick up any solid information there was. Mostly, there were great stories and great new memories for us kiddos getting out in the country and hearing about how Cat Spring got its name, six-gun junction, how to dig up peanuts and tinker with model T's. FYI: His personal museum - The Hyde Park Miniature Museum - has been Revived! and will be on display Sundays only til December at Brazos Book Store on Bissonnet. My brother Frank is docenting most days. It is a major collaboration of Orange Show, Rice Architecture Dept., Friends and Family and of course Karl Killian of Brazos Book Store. Hope you will take time to go by and see it...or check out some writings in Houston Press, Texas Monthly 4/02 and some others. Thanks for your site and I hope to look through it more thoroughly another day. Vikki Fruit
Vikki (Davis) (Carlberg) Fruit <fruit@corridor.net>
Kiingsbury, TX USA - Monday, August 26, 2002 at 14:04:07 (CDT)
I am a grandson of Ludwina Mierzwik and am looking for anyone who might have family tree and information on the Mierzwik family and any information you might be willing to share on that family. Also, I just wanted to inform everyone that my e-mail address had changed to what you see above.
Richard Lee McConnell <phil8lst1@cox.net>
Omaha, NE USA - Saturday, August 10, 2002 at 06:29:13 (CDT)
What an outstanding and well organized site you have created! I'm impressed. I took a chance, and entered Heitkamp into Google, and found your great site. I'm new to geneology, and internet geneology especially! I need to send you what info I have on the Heitkamps. I think the Freidrich Heitkamp you have listed, is the brother to C. Heinrich Heitkamp that I am attempting to find information on. Will email you further. Thanks for being here to find, and for the great work! Man, what a LOT of it you have done.
Janine Henderson <j9hndrsn@msn.com>
OR USA - Monday, July 29, 2002 at 02:45:48 (CDT)
Landed in you site while looking for Barbara Freytag Nachlinger.She was my great aunt. Sister to Wenzel Freytag,my g-grandfather.I'm searching for Fuchs/Fox ancestors.Wenzel's daughter Maria married a Wenzel Fuchs.Any help appreciated. Keep up the great job in all your "space" work !
Mary Griffith <cuzgriff@texoma.net>
Pottsboro, Tx. USA - Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at 21:20:47 (CDT)
Family line: Wiederstein/Goebel
Cindy Gaskill <ckjg@texas.net>
The Woodlands, Texas USA - Monday, July 22, 2002 at 02:20:41 (CDT)
My Mother's side of the family are Evans from up around Fairmont,WV and then moved to Jackson Co. WV in the mid 1800's and I was wondering from where the name originated , Thank you. Sincerely; Terry McVey
Terry McVey <oneeyeddragon@zzzip.net>
Parkersburg, WV USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 19:04:48 (CDT)
Greetings to you and your guests. Love what you've done with your site. As an educator I can say you have great communication skills. teeth whitening
La Mesa, Ca US - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 00:11:25 (CDT)
Searched for all "Wosnig", have found ten listed in Germany. Am son of Fred Wosnig/Mary Rodriguez.
Kenneth Wosnig <Seakat2@worldnet.att.net>
Seattle, Wa. USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 12:05:16 (CDT)
Guess what?! We're working on the same family tree and have information that can help you.
Barb Wolgast <mbwolgast@earthlink.net>
Brooksville, FL USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 21:41:07 (CDT)
Wonderful! Your site helped me to locate my GG Grandmother.
Jim Jesse <jimjesse@yahoo.com>
Charlotte, NC USA - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 07:39:25 (CDT)
Nice family site Chuck, keep up the good work on the family history. Those in the family will appreciate all you have done sooner than they know it.
Bob Busby <Busby@metronets.com>
Falls Church, VA USA - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 05:56:53 (CDT)
I was so surprised to see our family tree on your website. I am interested in obtaining more information.
caryn schultz <csphoebe@aol.com>
larimer, pa USA - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 20:40:05 (CDT)
Hi Chuck keep up the good work! We will talk soon. kg
Kirk Anthony Glueck <Glueck.Kirk@med.ge.com>
Houston, TX USA - Thursday, June 06, 2002 at 05:13:27 (CDT)
My name is Edmund Marco and it's a pleasure to sign your guest book. I work for an advertising agency in London. Our agency represents direct marketing companies that are involved in the marketing of products as seen on TV in England. Most of the infomercial products come from the U.S. but then again we export our talents as well. My brother has appeared in infomercials in the U.S. advertising various products. I think it's hilarious that English people respond so well to American products while Americans tend to respond well to sales people who have an English accent!
London, Kent England - Monday, June 03, 2002 at 05:51:22 (CDT)
This email and geneology is really something and at one time I thought electric typewriters were about as electronic as one could get. I received info from Leann Parrett and Dennis Boatright giving me a heads up on this. You have done a marvelous job; my grandparents Thomas and Mathilda Stasny had two daughters also and they aren't listed. My cousin in Waco and I could probably give you info on them to put in the Thomas Stasny bio. The daughters are Victoria Nolte and Helen Batla, Helen was my mother. My cousin in Waco, Clarence Nolte, could give you info for Victoria if you want us to send it to you. You've done a great job with this. I have also recently heard from Leann Parrett. How long have you worked on this project?
Blanche F. (Batla) Burns <eldo3@texas.net>
San Antonio, TX USA - Monday, May 20, 2002 at 22:55:38 (CDT)
Looking for any information on the Maehren/ Mahren family
E. Maehren <sdauntieem@hotmail.com>
San Diego, Ca USA - Monday, May 20, 2002 at 10:10:54 (CDT)
I found you again. Your art teacher, Miss T.
Arliss <aatrey@wcnet.net>
El Campo, TX USA - Sunday, May 19, 2002 at 23:04:14 (CDT)
My great-grandfather was William Allen Busby. I am only sixteen, but am interested in genealogy. Help is always appreciated.
matthew busby <Sevenbusbys@juno.com>
temple, tx USA - Wednesday, May 08, 2002 at 10:19:34 (CDT)
I am looking for a connection to ESTA MARY KUHN b- Connedrsville, IN and m- Charles McGinnis, 3 children - Mildred, Lillian, & Richard. Thanks
SAN PEDRO, CA USA - Monday, April 22, 2002 at 16:01:50 (CDT)
Great site, found my grandparents jake povlock and marie wistoff's ancestors
donna schindler
USA - Friday, April 19, 2002 at 09:30:35 (CDT)
Just surfing thru and notice you had Louise (Voss) Bettge ... She was a sister to my Albert Gustav Voss. Email me if you like! Enjoyed the visit!
Gerri (Voss) Ward <cibologal@hotmail.com>
Cibolo, TX USA - Saturday, March 23, 2002 at 18:23:27 (CST)
Just a note that there's a further possible derivation for Carr (well, there are myriad, there's a 20 volume series from the nineteenth century), that of my grandfather's line from the Irish Gaelic ni cHarra (I'm not sure of modern spelling) meaning clumsy, cack-handed or left handed. Ironically, the most commonly known Irish heraldry for the Carrs bears the French motto Tout Droit. As I said, just a note.
Olaf Bond <obond@whsmithnet.co.uk>
Glasgow, Scotland - Sunday, March 17, 2002 at 22:19:51 (CST)
JOYCE THORNTON <jay2536@juno.com>
USA - Wednesday, March 13, 2002 at 19:01:00 (CST)
Nice site! I'm a native Polish translator/genealogist(USA)and I specialize in translating Polish genealogical records including microfilm and "old Polish" script if you or anyone needs my services please let me know. Dziekuje bardzo, Adela
Adela Chudziak-Bak <absadela@hotmail.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Sunday, March 10, 2002 at 18:31:37 (CST)
I enjoyed your site very much, as I am also doing research on GILLEN'S from
Brooklyn, NY.

Betsy Hicks (Gloria Jean Gillen) <betsylee43@aol.com>
Catasauqua, PA USA - Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 18:09:14 (CST)
looking for roots thank you
andrew kosturick kosturjak <amkost@alltel.net>
Conneaut Lake, PA USA - Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 17:39:43 (CST)
There are lots of Shultz lines out there. I am out of the Adam Shultz - Nancy Shockey line. Can I help anyone ?? Bob
Robert L. Shultz <shulgena@frontiernet.net>
Shipman, IL. USA - Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 15:53:05 (CST)
Just browsing for now. Seeing what you have here for Polish researchers
Diane Miskiewicz <bitsyba@aol.com>
Palatine, IL USA - Sunday, January 27, 2002 at 13:53:07 (CST)
Matthäus Schultz would be Mateusz Szulc in Polish. Did you ever hear of Tad(deusz) Szulc, the noted writer?
Jerry Choinska <choinska@yahoo.com>
USA - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 16:35:03 (CST)
Nice website.
Helena <helenakm@lycos.com>
USA - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 23:38:35 (CST)
Happy New Year!
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