JANSING
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Click on Descendants for more specific information on the most distant 3 generations. Surnames include: Barrow, Bramer, Brinkhaus, Carroll, Feldhaus, Grosse-Brinkhaus, Hansel, Hillerich, Hukenbeck, Jansing, Kuhman, Langhorst, Luke, Meffert, Müller, Obermeier, Reh, Reid, Reiling, Richter, Rickert, Schepper, Sonderman, Sullivan, Vincent and Wietkamp. Brinkhaus (and Barrow, Carroll, Grosse-Brinkhaus, Hansel, Hukenbeck, Luke, Reid, Sonderman, Sullivan, Vincent, Wietkamp), Feldhaus and Reh will be covered in more detail each in their own section.

George H. Jansing immigrated to Louisville, KY (map) probably during the late 1840's. In 1850 he is enumerated with Clement Badmaken along with Clement's wife and 3 children and 3 other young males of various surnames. George is listed as a Teamster in the census. In 1852 he marries Christina Bernadina Richter who was born in Germany. George and Christina have 5 children while living in Louisville and southwestern Jefferson County, KY. My roadblock on the Jansing family is that I do not know even what part of Germany George emigrated from and I do not have any information on his parents or siblings. I have so little information that it will be difficult to recognize his records when they are located.

I am specifically looking for the following information:

 
bulletParents and siblings for George H. Jansing.
bulletBirthplace for George H. Jansing.
bulletPort of embarkation, ship and date of arrival for George H. Jansing.
bulletInformation on marriage(s) and death of Maria Anna Jansing, daughter of George H. Jansing and Christina Bernedina Richter born 26 Apr 1866 in KY who died after 1 Jun 1880.
 

Kline, Waters, Stoesser, Bonn, Brinkhaus, Jansing, Reh, Feldhaus

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