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1a. Purf?rst Families of the World - Book Cover Volume One
1a. Purf?rst Families of the World - Book Cover Volume One
 
 
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1b. Purf?rst Families of the World - Book Cover Volume Two
1b. Purf?rst Families of the World - Book Cover Volume Two
 
 
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1c. Archive Newsletters.
1c. Archive Newsletters.
This is an Archive file on Newsletters sent to family members by the Author of this website research.

Topics generally relate to recent genealogy discoveries, research trips and family occurrences.

 
 
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2. Purf?rst Families of the World</p>
2. Purf?rst Families of the World


The documents that list below have been extracted from the two volume, 1800 page history on the Purf?rst Families of the World, currently being developed by the website owner. The contents may be read by activating the associated links. The preceding pictures indicate the covers of those two volumes. The volumes encompass all known worldwide locations of the surname including its Anglicized variations of Purfurst, Purfuerst and Purfeerst. The volumes also include histories on Allied surnames of interest to include Bostwick, Johnson, Keller, Tanguay and Weiss.



The first group of documents provide historical information on such topics as the Purf?rst surname itself, the lands where early families originated and the many German cities where archive or parish records on the families were found.



The second grouping of documents pertain to specific family groups and the locations where a Purf?rst immigrant first established residence after leaving the German homeland. The Histories are listed in alphabetical sequence in acordance with the worldwide geographical location: the America state and the foreign country. The Description column will identify the Surname(s) to which that particular history applies.


Select a Surname from the right column to see the family data associated with the individual as well as any family photographs, if available.



These documents are all in pdf formet requiring the use of the Adobe Reader software. If you do not have the program it can be downloaded free at their website www.adobe.com.



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To begin, please activate the above link which will take you to the official book Introduction as well as a summary of the Table of Contents from the two volumes.


 
 
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2.a The Author's Research Objectives</p>
2.a The Author's Research Objectives


These charts depict the Author's direct line ancestors and, as such, thus outlines the research objectives of the Author.

 
 
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3a. German History</p>
3a. German History


All of the early Purf?rst ancestors thus far identified lived the southern most areas of the adjacent present-day German states of Saxony and Thuringia, near their common boundary with the German state of Bavaria and the country of The Czech Republic.

This document, beginning in the third century, will provide a history of the European area currently known as Germany.

 
 
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3b. German History - Purf?rst Surname
3b. German History - Purf?rst Surname

This research has centered on the families whose surnames are an Anglicization of the original surname of Purf?rst, which exists in Germany yet today.


The Purf?rst name is a ?High German? variation of the original name Burgf?rst. The term ?High German? applies to dialects spoken in areas of Germany south of an imaginary geographic line extending from the French border near Strasburg to the German city of Hof on The Czech Republic border.


The surname Burgf?rst is known to have existed as early as the year 1321 and translates to ?The First Man on The Castle?, usually a Knight serving a king or duke. For a commoner it could simply mean a man who lived at the top (the ?First?) of the hill.


This document will describe the history of the areas in which the ancestors lived as well as the history behind the surname.

 
 
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3c. German History - Nobility</p>
3c. German History - Nobility


Family lore resulting from the research of a Purf?rst family that had emigrated to London told that the Purf?rst surname evolved from the name Von Purf?rsling. An American census record pertaining to a later family residing in Brooklyn reflected the name of Van Barfurst


The German system of nobility is quite different from the English system with which most Americans are familiar.


This document will detail the German nobility concept and explain how it applies to the Purf?rst surname.

 
 
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3d.German History - City of Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.</p>
3d.German History - City of Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.


Many of the Purf?rst family members who immigrated to America once lived in and around the Saxony village of Neustadt an der Orla, Grand Duchy Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. The village is located in the present-day German state of Thuringia.



This document will provide the history of that village.




 
 
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3e. German History - St Johannis the Baptist Evangelical Church, Neustadt, Germany.</p>
3e. German History - St Johannis the Baptist Evangelical Church, Neustadt, Germany.


All of the Purf?rst family members residing in the village of Neustadt, a/O Germany attended St Johannis the Baptist Evangelical Lutheran Church. The contents of the Parish baptism, marriage and burial registers date back to the year 1600 and revealed considerable information on our ancestors.



This document will provide history of the family church.



Also see the following history on Dr. Martin Luther who was the area Vicar and conducted services in the family church.


 
 
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3f. German History - Dr. Martin Luther</p>
3f. German History - Dr. Martin Luther


Many of our German ancestors came from the German village of Neustadt an der Orla. Dr. Martin Luther was the district Vicar of ten Thuringan monasteries during the period 1515-1518, including the one at Neustadt. In the performance of this function he would have visited Neustadt many times. On at least one occasion, August 23, 1524, he was known to have preached within the family church which was for purposes of counteracting a nearby minister who was causing unrest.



This document will cover the life of Dr. Luther and his Relgious Reformation.




 
 
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3g. German History - Purf?rst Migration Patterns</p>
3g. German History - Purf?rst Migration Patterns


The majority of emigrants to America from central and central-eastern Europe passed through the ports of Bremen and Hamburg. The great majority of Germans left by ?direct? passage to their foreign destination. However, over 35% of them went by ?indirect? passage via England.



This document will describe the migration routes and the travel hardships undertaken by our ancestors.



This document will also identify specific immigration information concerning every Purfurst emigrant such as their sailing vessel, port and date of entry, etc.


 
 
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3h. Research trip to Germany</p>
3h. Research trip to Germany


In the year 2001 a three week research trip to Germany was conducted by the website owner. This document describes the resultant observations and successes.


To the end of the article are a series of maps depicting the research area where historical records of family members were found.

 
 
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3i. Purf?rst Families Residing in Germany.</p>
3i. Purf?rst Families Residing in Germany.


The listings within this document identify the Purf?rst family members who were residents of the 60 plus German villages and cities which are listed in alphabetical sequence.


Unless otherwise indicated this information was taken from actual German parish baptism, marriage or burial registers or city archive records. Most information was gathered in conjunction with the 2001 research trip outlined in the previous document.

 
 
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3j. Biblical Genealogy 

......... and .........

Connection to American Presidents and European Monarchs</p>
3j. Biblical Genealogy ......... and ......... Connection to American Presidents and European Monarchs


Some people trace their ancestors to satisfy a requirement of their religion while others do it to satisfy their own curiosity. Regardless of the reason, the ultimate is to be able to trace your ancestors back to the creation of Adam.



This document accomplishes that objective.



The author's ancestors began arriving in early in the colonial period (1630 -). Subsequent American-born descendants of those emigrant ancestors included 14 Presidents of the United States, signers of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution as well as numerous notable citizens such as aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville Wright, Confederate Commander Robert E. Lee and General of the Army Douglas McArthur.

Those same 17th century emigrant ancestors left behind in their home nations, unbroken ancestral lines that stretched back to Constitutional and Absolute Monarchy rulers in various European nations. Succession to the throne in those nations was typically hereditary. Therefore, identifying one occupant of the throne will generally identify the preceding and subsequent occupants of that throne. For they and others select from the adjacent column:

* Ferqus Mo MacErca, 1st King of Scotland, 131st King of Ireland (501- )
* Charlemagne, King of the Franks (predecessor to France) (742-813)
* William, I, "William the Conqueror", King of England (1028-1087)
* Isabella, Queen of Spain (1451-1504) - Sponsored Christopher Columbus
* Myles Standish (1584-1656) - Captain of the Mayflower
* Arthur Bostock (1603-1680) - Gr x 9 Great-Grandfather
* Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States (1743-1826)
* Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of England (1874-1965)
* Princess Diana Spencer (1961-1997)



 
 
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3k. Research Credits</p>
3k. Research Credits


This document identifies many of the people, places and publications that made the family research possible.

 
 
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A1. Donald Lee PURFEERST<br>..... and<br> Martha Jean TANGUAY,<br> .....formerly of<br> Arlington, Virginia,<br> .....thence<br> Dallas, Texas,<br> .....thence<br> Scottsdale, Arizona.
A1. Donald Lee PURFEERST
..... and
Martha Jean TANGUAY,
.....formerly of
Arlington, Virginia,
.....thence
Dallas, Texas,
.....thence
Scottsdale, Arizona.

......CLICK ON ANY SMALL THUMB-SIZED PHOTO TO SEE AN ENLARGED VERSION...

......CLICK ON ANY NAME IN THE RIGHT COLUMN TO SEE FAMILY DATA......



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...........................THE AUTHOR OF THIS WEBSITE RESEARCH.................

....................................DONALD LEE PURFEERST.......................


.......and wife MARTHA JEAN TANGUAY....

.......and our Shaded Silver Persian cat named Sterling!

.......the children and their families are shown in the picture that follows, below

.......the grandchildren will be seen in the picture following them

.......and beginning immediately thereafter will begin a collection of family photographs that have been shared with us from across the world.


Return to the HOME page and select the Feature for HISTORIES and DOCUMENTS. There you will find histories for my connection to these world wide families:


* Fairfield County, Connecticut for BOSTWICK
* Essex County, New Jersey for Purfürst (original surname)
* Rice County, Minnesota for PURFEERST (Anglicized surname)
* Morton County, North Dakota for WEISS
* The Netherlands for JOHNSON.

 
 
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A1a. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family - 2001
A1a. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family - 2001
This picture was taken in 2001 in Tucson, Arizona and shows the descendants of Donald Lee Purfeerst. The photo was taken on the occasion of high school graduation by grandson Brent Geisler.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota, Morton County, North Dakota and the country of The Netherlands.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
STANDING (at rear):
* Brent Charles Geisler
* (son)Bradley Allen Purfeerst
* Adam Kenneth Purfeerst (Bradley's son)
* Chad Frederick Geisler
ARM OF CHAIR - RIGHT:
* (daughter)Sheila (Purfeerst)Huber
ARM OF CHAIR - LEFT:
* (daughter) Sheryl (Purfeerst) Geisler
STANDING AT RIGHT
* James Michael Crawford (Sheila's son)
SEATED:
* Donald Lee Purfeerst
ON LAP:
* Bailey Ann Purfeerst (Bradley's daughter)


Donald Lee Purfeerst, the author of this research, is the son of Walter Everett and Ella Louise (Weiss) Purfeerst.

 
 
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a1a. Donald Lee Purfeerst</p>
Author of this research.
a1a. Donald Lee Purfeerst

Author of this research.

Donald Lee Purfeerst is the son of Walter Everett and Ella Louise (Weiss) Purfeerst.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

 
 
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A1b. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family
A1b. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family
These pictures display the grandchildren of Donald Lee Purfeerst


* CENTER: Bailey Ann Purfeerst - 2008 (son Bradley)
* TOP LEFT: Brent Charles Geisler - 2001 (dau Sheryl)
* BOTTOM LEFT: Chad Frederick Geisler - 2004 (dau Sheryl)
* TOP RIGHT: Adam Kenneth Purfeerst - 2003 (son Bradley)
* BOTTOM RIGHT: James Michael Crawford - 2009 (dau Sheila)


 
 
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A1c. Donald & Martha (Tanguay) Purfeerst.
A1c. Donald & Martha (Tanguay) Purfeerst.
This picture was taken in 1983 in Keystone, South Dakota. It shows Donald Lee and Martha Jean (Tanguay) Purfeerst.



 
 
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A1g. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family - 2006
A1g. Donald Lee Purfeerst Family - 2006
This picture was taken in 2006 and shows the family of Donald Purfeerst.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
SEATED:
* James Michael Crawford
* Brent Charles Geisler
* Chad Frederick Geisler
STANDING:
* Gerald Willaim Huber
* Shiela Renee (Purfeerst) Huber
* Donald Lee Purfeerst
* Martha Jean (Tanguay) Purfeerst
* Gary Ernest Geisler
* Sheryl Monique (Purfeerst) Geisler
NOTE: Not present was son Bradley Purfeerst and family


Donald Lee Purfeerst is the son of Walter Everett and Ella (Weiss) Purfeerst.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut; Rice County, Minnesota; Morton County, North Dakota; and the country of The Netherlands.

 
 
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A2. Map of the Purfürst surname Research Area<br> in Germany
A2. Map of the Purfürst surname Research Area
in Germany

The Author of this website conducted a research trip to Germany in the year 2000. This map identifies the heart of the research area.


The research area is located in the southern most part of the German state of Thuringen near the border with The Czech Republic.


Advance arrangements had been made to reside with a Purfürst family in their guest house in the village of Finkenmuhle (Finch Mill). Their home was used as a location from which daily research excursions were made. Eventually the records of 62 churches were examined with family information gathered on 2430 individuals.


See the Newsletter Archives for more details concerning this research trip

 
 
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A3. St. John the Baptist Evangelical Church,<br> Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.
A3. St. John the Baptist Evangelical Church,
Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.

This picture of St. John the Baptist Evangelical church was taken by the Author during a year 2000 research trip to Neustadt, Germany. Many Purfürst family members who emigrated to America once lived in and around the village in which this church is located. The parish baptism, marriage and burial registers, dating back to 1600, revealed considerable information on our ancestors.


In 1294 the Landgraf Albrecht von Thuringer (The Count Albrecht Thuringa) and his wife Elisabeth, the widowed Countess of Arnshaugh, built a chapel in Neustadt and dedicated it to John The Baptist. Although having since undergone a number of alterations, the structure seen here was completed in 1534 and is said not to have changed since.



The Lutheran church of St. John the Baptist was the family parish for the Purfürst family groups listed below.


* ILLINOIS, Cook County - Arno Walter Purfürst and Wilhelmine Purfürst
* INDIANA, Fountain County - Carl Friedrich August Purfürst and Johann Friedrich Purfürst.
* MINNESOTA, Rice County - Karl Friedrich Ernst Purfürst.
* MINNESOTA, Steele County - Carl Friedrich Herman Purfürst.
* MISSOURI, St. Louis County - Johann Friedrich Jacob Purfürst.
* NEW JERSEY, Essex County - Johann David Ernst Purfürst, Christiana Paulina Purfürst, Robert Richard Purfürst and Ida Francisca Purfürst.
* TEXAS, Harris County - Ernst August Purfürst.
* FINLAND, Helsinki - Carl Wilhelm Alfred Purfürst


See the individual Histories for the geographical locations associated with the families for more information on the family groups.


See the History of St John's the Baptist church for more information on the parish.


See the History of Neustadt, Germany for more information on the village where the church was located.

 
 
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A4. Parish records at the St. John the Baptist Church, <br>Neustadt an der Orla,Germany.
A4. Parish records at the St. John the Baptist Church,
Neustadt an der Orla,Germany.

This picture of the parish record office within the St. John the Baptist Evangelical church was taken by the Author during a year 2000 research trip to Neustadt, Germany.


Seated at the desk is the retired minister of the church, Frau Eva Schädler. Behind her are cabinets containing a portion of the four centuries of baptism, marriage and burial records that she reviewed on our behalf in order to identify the hundreds of Purfürst ancestors and their spouses that attended the church over the years.


None of what you see and read on this website could have been possible without her sincere and dedicated assistance.

 
 
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A5. The Alter within the St. John the Baptist Church,<br> Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.
A5. The Alter within the St. John the Baptist Church,
Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.

This picture of the alter within the St. John the Baptist Evangelical church was taken by the Author during a year 2000 research trip to Neustadt, Germany.


In 1511 the Neustadt City council traveled to Leipzig and in the workshop of Lucas Cranach the Elder ordered an alter for the church. In June 1513 the alter pieces were delivered from Wittenberg and assembled in the church.


Both the alter and its maker are significant. Lucas Cranach (1472-1553), a leading painter in Saxony, was one of the most important and influential artists in the 16th-century art. In 1505 he was appointed as court painter to elector Frederich the Wise of Saxony. He resided in the city of Wittenburg where he remained for 45 years, serving three different electors (Kurfursten).


Dr Martin Luther was teaching at the University of Wittenburg at the time of the Protestant Reformation and the two became friends. Cranach’s portraits of Luther helped form Luther’s image and Lucas became the chief propagandist for the Protestant’s cause.


The Cranach alter in the Neustadt church is a tryptich-alter which means that the two side-pieces swing out to reveal more paintings on the inside. The wood carvings are almost life-size.


See the History of the St John the Baptist Evangelical Church for more information on the alter and the parish.

 
 
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A6. Market Place, Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.
A6. Market Place, Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.
This picture of the Market Place within the village of Neustadt an der Orla, Germany was taken by the author during a year 2000 research trip to Germany.


During the morning hours and weekends this market place was thriving with busy shoppers. As many of our ancestors came from Neustadt, we can easily visualize family members searching for their requirements of the day.


See the History of Neustadt for additional information on the village.

 
 
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Ada (Ellenbarger) Purfeerst - 1948
Ada (Ellenbarger) Purfeerst - 1948
Ada (Ellenbarger) Purfeerst is the wife of Charles Tilden Purfeerst.


Charles Tilden Purfeerst is the son of Frederick Purfeerst, a.k.a., Johann Friedrich Purfürst, and Catherine Aubart.


See the history of Fountain County, Indiana for information on this family.

 
 
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Adam Crawford - 1990
Adam Crawford - 1990
Adam Crawford was the husband of Sheila Renee Purfeerst, the daughter of Donald Lee and Marion Elizabeth (Brademeyer) Purfeerst.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Adam Purfeerst - 2004
Adam Purfeerst - 2004
Adam Keneth Purfeerst is the son of Bradley Allan and Holly (Stauffer) Purfeerst.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Adam William & Penny (Kunz) Weiss Family - 2005
Adam William & Penny (Kunz) Weiss Family - 2005
This picture was taken in 2005 and shows Adam William & Penny (Kunz) Weiss with their two children (left to right), Katelyn Rose Weiss and Brandi Jo Weiss.


Adam William Weiss is the son of Arlon Arthur and Arlene Marie (Kuhn) Weiss.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Adelard & Bernice (Schulte) Purfeerst - 1940
Adelard & Bernice (Schulte) Purfeerst - 1940
Adelard Eugene Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest and Margaret (Dauser) Purfeerst, Jr.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Adelard Purfeerst - 1940
Adelard Purfeerst - 1940
Adelard Eugene Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest and Margaret (Dauser) Purfeerst, Jr.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Albert & Friedrike (Riepke) Knirck Family - 1901</p>
Albert & Friedrike (Riepke) Knirck Family - 1901


See the history of Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Albert and Clara (Berg) North.
Albert and Clara (Berg) North.
This picture was taken in 1948 in Webster Groves, Missouri and shows the family of Albert Malcom and Clara (Berg) North.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
STANDING:
* Robert Albert North
* Clarence Malcom North
SEATED:
* Albert Malcom North
* Clara Louise (Berg) North


Clara (Berg) North is the daughter of Johann Heinrich Berg and Auguste Sophia Purfurst.


See the history of St. Louis County, Missouri for information on this family.

 
 
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Alice (Purfeerst) Miller - 1944.
Alice (Purfeerst) Miller - 1944.
Alice Dorothy (Purfeerst) Miller is the daughter of Myles Archie and Matilda Augusta (Neas) Purfeerst.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

 
 
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Allen & Peggy (Berry) Weiss Family - 2000
Allen & Peggy (Berry) Weiss Family - 2000
This picture was taken in 2000 and shows Allen and Peggy (Berry) Weiss with their children (left to right) Jaden and Allie.


Allen Weiss is the son of Arlon Arthur and Arlene Marie (Kuhn) Weiss.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.


 
 
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Alvin and Viola (Fregien) Moltzen Family.
Alvin and Viola (Fregien) Moltzen Family.
This picture was taken in 1997 in New Salem, North Dakota. It shows the family of Alvin and Viola (Fregien) Moltzen.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
STANDING:
* Terrance James Doll
* Terry Doll
* Tomas Doll
* Dave Lee Schlenvogt
* Matt Schlenvogt
SEATED:
* Sherry Jo (Moltzen) Doll
* Alvin Moltzen
* Viola (Fregien) Moltzen
* Rita Rae (Moltzen) Schlenvogt

 
 
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Alvin and Viola (Fregien) Moltzen.
Alvin and Viola (Fregien) Moltzen.
The bottom picture was taken in January 1997 on the occasion of Al and Vi Moltzen's 50th wedding anniversary.


The top picture was taken in January 1947 upon the occasion of their marriage.

 
 
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Andrew & Ann (Reiter) Graham Family - 2002
Andrew & Ann (Reiter) Graham Family - 2002
This picture was taken in 2002 and shows Andrew & Ann (Reiter) Graham with their children (left to right) Colen and Charles.


Ann Margaret Reiter is the daughter of Marvin Bernard and Lorraine Dora (Purfeerst) Reiter.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Andrew & Charity (Peterson) Purfeerst - 1995
Andrew & Charity (Peterson) Purfeerst - 1995
Andrew Phillip Purfeerst is the son of James Phillip and Mary Anne (Hauth) Purfeerst.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Angela Purfeerst Family - 2006
Angela Purfeerst Family - 2006
This picture was taken in 2006 and shows Angela Rae Purfeerst with her children Chad Allen Purfeerst and Tiffany Marie Purfeerst.


Angela Rae Purfeerst is the daughter of Gerald Bernard and Patricia (Dunn)Purfeerst.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

 
 
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Anna Auguste (Purfuerst) Weiss - 1916
Anna Auguste (Purfuerst) Weiss - 1916
Anna Auguste Purfuerst, a.k.a. Auguste Purfürst, is the daughter of Christian Friedrich and Maria Auguste (Geier) Purfürst.


See the history of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin for information on this family.

 
 
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Arlon & Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss Family - 1998
Arlon & Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss Family - 1998
This picture was taken in 1998 in Morton County, North Dakota. It shows the family of Arlon Arthur and Arlene Marie (Kuhn) Weiss.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
BACK ROW:
* Allen R. Weiss holding Allie P. Weiss
* Penny (Kunz) Weiss
* Adam Weiss with Katelyn Weiss in front
* Arthur A. Weiss
* Vicky (Wetzel) Weiss
FRONT ROW:
* Peggy (Berry) Weiss holding Brandi Weiss
* Arlene Marie (Kuhn) Weiss holding Jaden L. Weiss
* Arlon Arthur Weiss
FOREGROUND:
* Angela Weiss


Arlon Weiss is the son of Arthur and Genevieve (Rask) Weiss


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Arlon & Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss Family - 2005
Arlon & Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss Family - 2005
This picture was taken in 2005 and shows the family of Arlon and Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
SEATED:
* Allie Weiss
* Jaden Weiss
* Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss
* Brandi Weiss
* Katelyn Weiss
STANDING:
* Allen Weiss
* Peggy (Berry) Weiss
* Arthur Weiss
* Vicky (Wetzel) Weiss
* Angie Weiss
* Tom Henke (then Angie's fiance')
* Penny (Kunz) Weiss
* Adam William Weiss


Arlon Arthur Weiss is the son of Arthur Henry Gustaf Weiss and Genevieve Isabelle (Rask) Weiss.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Arlon Weiss - 1984
Arlon Weiss - 1984
Arlon Arthur Weiss is the son of Arthur Henry Gustaf and Genevieve Isabelle (Rask) Weiss.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Arnold & Dorothy (Knutson) Vollrath - 1980
Arnold & Dorothy (Knutson) Vollrath - 1980
Arnold Vollrath is the son of August and Magdelena Catherina (Weiss) Vollrath.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Arnold Vollrath - 1963
Arnold Vollrath - 1963
Arnold Vollrath is the son of August and Magdelena Catherina (Weiss) Vollrath.


See the history on Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 
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Arthur &  Clara (Weiss) Bahr Family
Arthur & Clara (Weiss) Bahr Family
Clara Karoline Friederica Weiss is the daughter of William and Karoline Catherine (Keller) Weiss.


See the history of Morton county, North Dakota for information on this family.

 
 

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