St Louis History: Charles W. Steiner, 1860-1950

From Centennial History of Missouri, Vol. III (St Louis-Chicago: S.J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1921) Charles W. Steiner, president and treasurer of the Steiner Engraving & Badge Company, of St. Louis, was here born October 5, 1860, the son of Otto and Mrs. Katherine (Oehler) Steiner, who came from Germany to the new world in early childhood. They were married in …Continue reading →

Jamboree: Coming This Weekend!

The 40th Annual Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree commences Friday, June 26, 2009 at the airport Marriott in Burbank.  This is the largest genealogical convention on the west coast.  And this year’s event will be great!  The are 55 speakers, nearly 100 lectures and lots of special events.   For example, on Friday, Tukufu Zuberi, Ph.D, of the acclaimed PBS series, …Continue reading →

Globalizing the GeneaBlogosphere, Part 2

Christina’s blog, Shaking the Tree, documents her experience with her German heritage. She keeps track of new offerings on, among other things. Reading her blog could help those with German ancestry in their research. I’ve not got any German ancestors that I know of, but I have occasionally done a bit of German research for others. I do have …Continue reading →

Globalizing the GeneaBlogosphere

Heute abend kam ich über ein genealogisches Blog, das ich nicht vorher gesehen hatte. Es wird von Christina geschrieben, die sagt, daß sie expatriiert in Deutschland ein amerikanisches ist. Ihr Blog ist hauptsächlich auf englisch, mit etwas Deutschem hin und wieder. Ich wohnte in Deutschland von Alter vier Jahres zu Alter sieben Jahres und studierte Deutsches vom Kindergarten durch High …Continue reading →

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