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2006/01/18 23:32:17
R&B Stewart
Re: [HN] Heinrich George Christoph Gotlieb VOGES
Datum 2006/01/18 23:47:43
R&B Stewart
[HN] Research
2006/01/31 21:54:41
Re: [HN] Speckman Search
Betreff 2006/01/24 15:58:13
Re: [HN] Speckmann from Wellingholzhausen, Melle
2006/01/16 02:01:30
Sven Honerkamp
[HN] Max Schulte, Bersenbrück * 12 Apr 1875
Autor 2006/01/19 19:26:13
Sylvia Elchinger
Re: [HN] Research

[HN] Speckmann from Wellingholzhausen, Melle

Date: 2006/01/18 23:33:04
From: Sven Honerkamp <sven(a)...

Hi there,

I once had a colleague in school - she was a Speckmann, Daniela is her name.

She is from the farm Speckmann in Wellingholzhausen, Melle district.

This could be their phone:   	 Speckmann Dirk u. Konrad
	Borgloher Str. 70 	49326 Melle 	
05429 13 07

These are all of Speckmann:

	Südweg 12 	49326 Melle 	
05425 95 54 84
  	Speckmann Dirk u. Konrad
	Borgloher Str. 70 	49326 Melle 	
05429 13 07
  	Speckmann Ernst
	Holterdorfer Str. 64 	49326 Melle 	
05428 23 83
  	Speckmann Gerald u. R.
	Mustersiedlung 9A 	49324 Melle 	
05422 88 61
  	Speckmann Heinrich Tischle...
	Holterdorfer Str. 64 	49326 Melle 	
05428 3 06
  	Speckmann Heinrich u. Gerd...
	Gerdener Str. 9 	49326 Melle 	
05428 13 77
  	Speckmann Heinrich-Wilhelm
	Gerdener Str. 9 	49326 Melle 	
05428 92 15 52
  	Speckmann Heinz
	Hirschberger Str. 6 	49324 Melle 	
05422 27 61
  	Speckmann Siegrid u. Heinr...
	Spechtsheide 16 	49326 Melle 	
05428 15 28
  	Speckmann Uwe
	Eickener Str. 36A 	49324 Melle 	
05422 4 91 07
   	  Name     	  Straße, Hausnummer   	  Postleitzahl, Ort
Telefonnummer  	Details
  	Speckmann Uwe
	Eickener Str. 36A 	49324 Melle 	
05422 92 41 01
  	Speckmann Volker
	Bielefelder Str. 67 	49326 Melle 	
05428 19 37
  	Speckmann Wilfried
	Wittenauer Str. 6 	49324 Melle 	
05422 24 71
  	Speckmann Wilhelm
	Haller Str. 48 	49326 Melle 	
05428 6 66

Sven Honerkamp
Dipl. Kfm. (FH), M.A.
Einsteinstr. 12
44369 Dortmund

Telefon +49 (0)231 8820399
Mobil +49 (0)163 6314216

-----Original Message-----
From: hannover-l-bounces(a)...
[mailto:hannover-l-bounces(a)... On Behalf Of J b
Sent: Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2006 23:16
To: hannover-l(a)...
Subject: RE: [HN] Speckman

First off, it is always best to include a subject line. Without one, many 
listers might not even look at your posting, having no idea what it might be

about. I'll put my response under SPECKMAN.

Much like I wrote to Neil in Australia earlier today, it might be best to 
indicate what record searches you have performed to date locally on the 
American side. Without an idea of the city or town your ancestor comes from 
in Germany, you are somewhat like a raft in the middle of the sea. Knowing 
"Hanover" and little more puts you in the Atlantic let's say, as opposed to 
the entire seven seas, but not much further.

In a nutshell, you generally need to exhaust the available records on the 
local (American) side before hoping to jump the pond. Since none of us have 
any idea how much experience you may have, or how many records you have 
availed yourself to so far in this regard, it is hard to pinpoint the best 
approach to take or suggest. Once this is known, listers may offer up 
additional resources or ideas on how to proceed further. Obvious ones are 
records pertaining to vital stats (B-D-M), burials, obituaries, censuses and

naturalizations. It simply extends in complexity from there. LDS resources 
as well as Internet search engines and genealogical websites are also "must"

checks in ones research arsenal these days.

There is also the often effective method of hiring a professional 
genealogist/researcher on the German side. A number of them - all quite 
competent - are subscribers to this list. Their services are not necessarily

cheap per se, but are still often reasonable due to their expertise with the

German archives and available resources on their end. But here too, unless 
you have a few specifics to offer regarding your antecedents location, you 
may be in over your head, and this will curtail their effectiveness 
likewise. Or at a minimum, pretty much guarantee a larger research nick.


>I am looking for information related to my great grandfather Frederick 
>He was born around 1844 in the Kingdom of Hanover and came to the US in 
>about 1857 and ended up in San Francicsco where he married Anna Stoppler 
>and had 19 children. He died after 1910.
>I am trying to find out anything I can about him or his family in Germany. 
>Like what town he was from or who is parents were and if his parents also 
>came to the US.
>Thanks for any help you can give me
>Best Regards,
>Barney Speckman
>San Francisco, Califronia USA

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