Any of the links above will eventually take you somewhere within the master alphabetical index. Clicking on a name within the alpha index takes you to sort of a miniature family group sheet for that individual. Clicking on a icon at any point will take you to biographical notes for a particular surname. The biographical notes are stored in pdf files so it helps to be handy with your "back" button and your browser's search function to get around.
Aw, man, why the pdf's? Sorry about that -- it's a matter of available time. If you'd like, one side of the family is memorialized in HTML on my original site.
The alpha and relational indices presented here were created with GED2WWW written by Leslie Howard. It's a spendid little program that creates clean, efficient HTML code that is easily edited. My only complaint is that it deletes non-standard characters so names like "Krüger" show up as "Krger". I feel guilty even mentioning that -- the program is freeware and works great so I don't mind doing a little editing. See the notice at the bottom of the page for more information.
There are records here for our direct ancestors plus any other spouses or children of our direct ancestors. I have removed highly questionable data, particularly as it relates to direct ancestors (you'll still find the occasional bizarre chilld's name). Everything for our grandparents on down has been redacted.
Feel free to contact me with questions as I often have more data than is presented here (and, as of April 2005, the biographical notes are still in process). My response rate is pretty good, my timeliness not so much.
This page was produced by GED2WWW version 0.31 compiled on Sep 27 1999 at 13:23:34. GED2WWW © 1996-1999 Leslie Howard. GED2WWW is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information about GED2WWW or the GNU General Public License visit the GED2WWW webpage at http://www.lesandchris.com/ged2www .