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My name is Emily Lemming and I started this site.
This site was created using MyHeritage.com. This is a great system that allows anyone like you and me to create a private site for their family, build their family tree and share family photos. If you have any comments or feedback about this site, please click here to contact me.
Our family tree is posted online on this site! There are 654 names in our family site. The earliest event is the birth of Johann Junker (1650). The most recent event is the death of Kathryn Elizabeth Marie Hoff (born Scherra) (Oct 27 2013).
The site was last updated on Mar 31 2014, and it currently has 29 registered member(s). If you wish to become a member too, please click here.   Enjoy!

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Mar 31, 2014
Emily Lemming published a new version of the scherra-rauf family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Emily Lemming added source U.S. World War II Army Enlistment to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source Germany, Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898 to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source 1920 United States Federal Census to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source 1910 United States Federal Census to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source BillionGraves to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source 1900 United States Federal Census to family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming updated the details of Frank Henry Scherra , Eleonore Rothert (born Wuepker) , Henry Rothert , Maria Sophia Scherra (born Rothert) and 18 other people in family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source Germans Immigrating to the United States to family tree scherra-rauf
Feb 01, 2014
Joshua Whiffen joined another family site: Difford Web Site
Jan 03, 2014
Emily Lemming published a new version of the scherra-rauf family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Emily Lemming updated the details of Oscar E Hardewig in family tree scherra-rauf
Emily Lemming added source Newspaper Archive to family tree scherra-rauf
Dec 27, 2013
Emily Lemming added 4 photos to album Family photos
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Dec 26, 2013
Emily Lemming published a new version of the scherra-rauf family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Dec 20, 2013
Emily Lemming published a new version of the scherra-rauf family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Dec 13, 2013
Emily Lemming published a new version of the scherra-rauf family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Nov 09, 2013
Alberta Bleha invited Erin Michelle Stutler to the site.
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Family memories:The Meeting of August Rauf and Minnie Meyer
Posted by: Emily Lemming on Dec 23 2008 16:22
According to stories passed down by family members (in particular Claire Henry, youngest daughter of August and Minnie Rauf, and Phyllis Scherra, a grandduaghter), August and Minnie met on the ship as they traveled from Germany to the USA. However, according to the passenger lists of two different ships traveling from Bremen, Germany to Baltimore, Maryland, an August Rauf and a Minnie Meyer were passengers on different ships that arrived in Baltimore within 4 days of each other in early May, 1888. Consequently, it may be more likely that August and Minnie met just before leaving Bremen, Germany or just after arriving in Baltimore, Maryland, assuming they did not know each other in Hanover, Germany prior to their travels.
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Family stories:The Career Development of Claire (Henry), by Peggy R. Henry, Dec. 10, 1991, ED 636
Posted by: Emily Lemming on Dec 23 2008 15:55

Clarie is an 85 year old white female who was born on May 4th, 1906. She was the youngest child in her family and had seven older brothers and sisters. There was a fifteen year age span between Claire and her eldest sibling. Her father, who was orphaned at age fourteen, worked for the C&O Railroad as a foreman for the car cleaners. Her mother was a housewife who stayed home to care for their eight children. Claire's parents were immigrants from Germany who came over on the same boat. She never knew any of her grandparents because they stayed in Germany and her parents did not speak of them very often.

My subject was raised in Covington, Kentucky in a predominately German/Catholic neighborhood. It was a working class community with many people employed in factories. Claire reported that her neighborhood was considered middle-class where everybody went to church on Sundays and most people attended the same parish school. Her neighbors all worked and it was expected tha...

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