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  • Peter Henkel de Quintoforo (1333 - d.)
    In some genealogies he is listed as Peter Henkel de Quintoforo, as well as Henkel/Henckel de Quintoforo, which is the most common. Translating from latin to german the name is Henkel von Quintoforo. On...
  • Sam Scham (c.1890 - 1979)
    Possible facts: Sam/Samual Scham/Schaum Sim Scham (ancestry.com) 1905 Federal Census (definite) Son of Moses/Morris/Moris Scham/Schoem/ and Mollie/Mollie. Brother of Etta, Lena and Max 1907 WWI Draft...
  • Alma S. Newbury (1873 - 1942)
    Emigrated from Sweden to the Boston, MA area in 1891, met her husband there. All their children were born in the Boston area.
  • Peter N. Newbury (1858 - 1929)
    Born March 1857 (per 1900 US Census) Immigrated 1891 from Sweden, with wife, but all children born in Massachusetts. Residing in Chelsea, MA as of 1900.
  • George Mitchell (1885 - d.)

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Original idea: http://www.geni.com/discussions/74031 Jason Peter Herbert 21.4.10, at 11:25 AM

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This project page was edited to remove conflicting instructions, 05/01/2013, by Alex Moes. The deleted text is preserved in the discussion at : http://www.geni.com/discussions/111167

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We made also a comparable project for those in the Dutch-language-GENI-community to achieve this purpose also on country-level. See: