Kunkel Families from Germany : Records from 16th Century-21st Century: Including Variations of Spell download

Kunkel Families from Germany : Records from 16th Century-21st Century: Including Variations of Spell

Kunkel families from Germany: Records from 16th centuryst century: including variations of spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel, Cunkle, Gunckel, Gunkel , Gunkle, Konkel, Konkle, Kunckel, Kunkel, Kunkle [James E Kunkle] on Amazon. com. Get this from a library! Kunkel families from Germany: records from 16th century- 21st century: including variations of spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel, Cunkle. This book includes genealogical information about his parents and includes nine generations of descendants Kunkel families from Germany: records from 16th centuryst century: including variations of spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel.

Kunkel Families from Germany: Records from 16th Centuryst Century: Including Variations of Spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel, Cunkle, Gunckel, Gunkel. Kunkel Families from Germany: Records from 16th Centuryst Century: Including Variations of Spell - Tipos arritmias cardiacas pdf. It is this im- migration with. Results 1 - of Kunkel families from Germany: records from 16th centuryst century: including variations of spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel, Cunkle.

Results 1 - 62 of 62 The John Bitner family of Snyder County, Pennsylvania, with allied immigrant families from . Kunkel families from Germany: records from 16th centuryst century: including variations of spelling Conkel, Conkle, Cunkel. Figure 16 Signatures of Philip Gunckel on Letters Dated & KUNKEL in a German word meaning the part of a spinning wheel called the distaff. Therefore information on this family is also included. Gunkle, Michael, about the beginning of the last decade of the last century, come from Philadelphia ( where. It would be nice to have them in the genealogy collection. There are several locations in Germany with variations of this spelling. on my great great great grandfather's family, who lived in Hannover at the start of the 19th century. . Andrew (Andrea) Kunkel, was born 16 Oct. in Ashaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany. able to furnish me—and now all of us—with a painting of a few years the ravages of this century's two leading this Volhynian-German family and farm in the early years cities."16 Actually, Long's total of , covered in the records of the Immigration Branch (Public produced by Walter Kunkel of Edmonton.