EUROPEAN ADVENTURE 2005

INTRODUCTION

Planning the Trip


The first step was to provide 'Tünn' with my Ahnentafel Chart (about 30 pages),
who made contact with various German Interest Groups
and then lined up people for me to see.

Shortly before we flew overseas he provided me with
a revised Ahnentafel Chart that included what he was able to find.
The document, now in German, had expanded to about 300 pages.


The second step was to identify the ancestral homes of
the some 44 Lunenburg families who had swum in my gene pool.
This information came in part from Dr. Bell's books
"The Foreign Protestants and Settlement of Nova Scotia" (1960) and
"Register of the Foreign Protestants of Nova Scotia: (2003),
Paul Huber's book "??",
my book "Maps Associated with Lunenburg County Family History", and
research by individuals.

Germany
BACHMAN Heidelsheim
BARGELD Grossachsen
BECK Steinach
BUBICKOFFER (PUBLICOVER) Epfenbach
CONRAD Kleinheubach
EISENHAUER Wilhelmsfeld
GÖTZ (GATES) Eichtersheim
GORCKUM (CORKUM) Westhofen
HEISON Hering
HENRICI (RITCEY) Dierdorf
HERMAN Westhofen
HIMMELMAN Neckargmünd
HIRTLE Leiman, Hochdorf
HUBLEY Eppingen
JUNG (YOUNG) Lützellinden
KRAUS (CROUSE) Dackenheim
MEISNER Glauberg
LOHNES Hoechst, Michelstadt
REINHARD Wilhelmsfeld
TREFFIAN Heidelberg
WALTER Erbach
WEINACHT Mutterstadt
WITTMAN Osthofen
WOLFFRAM Grumbach
ZWICKER Zeiskam
Montbeliard, France
BOUTILLIER Etobon
DARÉ (DARES) Choisevaux
JOUDREY Longevelle-sur-Doubs
LANGILLE Dampierre-les-Bois
Switzerland
LAY Hemmental
ROST (ROAST) Beringen
TANNER Bargen


The third step was to mark on a map where all these places were located.

Map


The last step was to lay out some sort of plan
so that as many places as possible could be visited in an efficient order.

We also had to allow flexibility to allow for alternate plans
that our hosts may have independently planned.


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