Selma Kampe Blackmon encourages genealogical research by offering assistance to family historians. My family research includes the surnames: Armstrong, Baumgarten, Couch, Dralle, Dunham, Elsner, Kampe, Koppleman and Schuler. The surname locations by states include Connecticut, Illinois, New York, Ohio and Wisconsin.
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04 June 2015
1833 SCHULER family arrives in Baltimore, Maryland
Seven members of the SCHULER family emigrate from Endingen to Baltimore, Maryland in June 1833. My second great grandfather John SCHULER (1815-1875) arrived with his parents and four siblings between July and September of 1833.
According to David,
at least two Endingens exist. The SCHULER family is from Endingen, Oberamt
Balingen, Württenberg. It is in the district known as Zollernalbkreis.
States Index to Passenger Arrivals, Atlantic and Gulf Ports, 1820-1874,"
index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KDRC-44C
: accessed 4 June 2015), G Schuler, 1833; citing Immigration, NARA microfilm
publication M334 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records
Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 418,317.
Affiliate Publication Title: Supplemental
Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Atlantic and Gulf Coast Ports
(Excluding New York), 1820-1874 , Affiliate Publication Number: M334 , Affiliate
Film Number: 157 , GS Film number: 418317 , Digital Folder Number: 004883841 , Image Number: 00097
This digital image is on Ancestry.con. Notice SCHULER and ZIMMERMAN. Could this be Mrs. SCHULER's brother? Also, ZIMMERMAN on previous page.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington, DC; Records
of the US Customs Service, RG36; Series: M596; Roll: 2