This branch of the family reportedly emigrated from Essleben and/or Arnstein, Germany. They were Catholic. Arnstein: “Arnstein is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany.” (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnstein) View the Meyers Gazetter Entry for Arnstein. Church records for
It is believed that these six men were brothers who were part of the Amborn family that settled in southern Wisconsin between 1847 and 1852. Name Born Birth Place Died Where Heinrich [Henry] Adam Amborn 1800 Germany 21 Jan 1869
Friends and Family gathered in Hinsdale in June, 2013 to celebrate mom’s 90th birthday.
How a small box full of pictures and letters I found in my attic was returned to its family
Visiting my great great grandparents in Farmington, Wisconsin.
After years of searching, I located my 72 year old Cousin.
Life in the new country was also difficult, and not everybody achieved the full promise of the American dream. This was especially true for Inger Heline Andersdatter, my great grandmother.
Curious about the Isackson clan’s migration from Nesna to the US?
Thoughts and pictures from our 2005 trip to Wisconsin and North Dakota to retrace my family’s Northern Roots. My mother’s side of the family had a one day family reunion in Southern Wisconsin in July, 2005. It was a great