20:29 02 Aug 2001 Stephen Woodbridge [woodbri (at) swoodbridge dot com]
08:54 28 Jun 2002 Andy Keogh [andy (at) afkeogh dot com]
Hi Stephen, I\'ve been in contact before but this latest scripting is OUTSTANDING. A massive well done ... I\'m going to have to pull finger and get my own up and running.
12:44 09 Feb 2003 Karen Rishor-Hart [kandmhart (at) aol dot com]
Hello, I found your site while searching for family information. We have many names in common however I cannot find an actual link. I believe there is a possiblity for that link in Paulus Grimm. He was born in 1730 in Germany and died in 1813. He married a Magdalena Steele. I am thinking that possibly he might have been a brother or something Of Hans Georg Grimm. We have Jacob, Heinrich, Henry,Margaret and many more common first names with yours. Of course, that might be because they were so common for German descendants. Any ideas? Thanks for your time Karen
16:57 20 Jul 2004 Jeffry Grim [jegrim (at) ptd dot net]
Thank you for this project. I was over in Germany last Fall, and saw the original church baptismal record of Johann Egidius Grim in Berwangen, dated 1700. Walked around the town, having lunch in what is thought to be the ancestral home, built on a foundation dating from the 1600s. He is my direct ancestor. Now talk about a thrilling moment. Best wishes, Jeff Grim
02:00 03 Mar 2008 Justin Greenly [jgreenly (at) bucknell dot edu]
Hi. My name is Justin Greenly. I found a link for Johan Peter Sones online and your email was near it. He is my great(6) grandfather. The dates work out, so Iím pretty confident. I also have information about his service in 1776. Let me know if you have any questions. I am very interested to find more linkages in families. jmg ps Ė As a sidenote: I am a chemical engineering major at Bucknell and interned at Air Productís and Chemicals last summer. I lived in Kutztown, which is very near to the heart of all these sources.