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Blissmer of America • Blißmer of Germany • Bliesmer of Germany • Blissmer of Russia.



Bliesemer•Bliesmer•Blissmer Descendents 1750-present
DESCENDANT REPORT FORMAT


(Bliesmer•Langbehn•Wulf)
LANGBEHN ANCESTORS
Langbehn Family Tree
(Germany)
(Langbehn•Wulf)
WULF ANCESTORS
Wulf Family Tree
(Germany-USA)
(Bliesmer•Schumacher)
SCHUMACHER ANCESTORS
Schumacher Family Tree
(Germany)
(Blissmer•Wiening)
WIENING ANCESTORS
Wiening Family Tree
(Germany-USA)
WIENING MOST WANTED
WIENING MOST WANTED
Help make the connection!!
The Blißmer of Germany
GERMAN BLIßMER
1760 to Present
English or German Language
Germany - Russia
BLISSMER OF RUSSIA
With A Connection To France
Blissmer - Wolgast
WOLGAST ANCESTORS
Northern Indiana To Germany
Blissmer Family Surnames
SURNAMES
By Country
LaPorte Indiana Bliesmer
INDIANA BLIESMER
Can You Connect To This Family?
NEW FAMILY TREE 2012
USA Descendent #2
IOWA BLIESMER
HANS Bliesmer to USA
Transcribed BLI*** Names
PASSENGER LIST
Spelling Variations
Germans To America Series
Obits • Funeral Cards
NON-FAMILY OBITS
Michigan City, Indiana
LaPorte County
Other
Bliesmer Researchers
DIFFERENT BLIESMER
Contacts to other people
searching the Bliesmer surname.
Research Links
RESEARCH LINKS
Maybe a Helping Hand

BLISSMER FAMILY

1750 - Present

Dreams of the Past .... Leading To The Future

The Family Researcher threatens to 'retire', but there is always room for a few more bones.
From Bliesemer 1750 in Germany, to present day American Blissmer, new descendents continue to join us.

It all began with Heinrich Bliesmer, a German, who at age 18, left his homeland for the New World, arriving in 1880. For whatever reason, he chose to settle in now Calumet City, IL (Cook County). 120 years later, the urge arose to try and create his American family history. Research revealed that Heinrich had 13 children, of which only the last 9 survived. That took several years, but the pieces started coming together for who was who. The American tree went on-line.

Well now, we knew his name, and that he was from Germany. PERIOD! The new challenge was to find exactly where in Germany, and perhaps locate some ancestors. 3 more years passed of burning the midnite oil. Ol' Heinrich was indeed a stubborn German, lurking secretly amidst hundreds of others. Finally, a single clue poked a hole in the wall. There were 3 families that had come together, and they all settled in Calumet City. Proof positive as to which specific family they now belonged to. Our name went from Bliesemer to Bliesmer to Blissmer. We are from the Fehmarn Island, off the coast of Northern Germany in the Baltic Sea. And, from a fabulous database that has researched 140,000 people from the Fehmarn Island, it was possible to identify Heinrich's parents and siblings. Our web site was quickly updated to include these few bits of information about Germany.

But the ancestral brick wall remained. Heinrich's parents were not from the Island, so this created new challenges for another 3 years, searching new areas. Determined luck struck again. I graciously compliment Mr. Dieter Klahn, a German who had been documenting the church books for years. The data I needed was in his records, which provided the ancestors back to 1750. Thank you.

So a complete tree refers that there are now all the direct descendents from 1750 down to and including Heinrich and his American family. I also found Heinrich's parents and siblings in Chicago. You will also find a lot of collateral information here too, via the links on the left.

• The complete descendent outline report for BLIESEMER-BLIESMER-BLISSMER.
• A list of surnames, by country.
• Heinrich's wife family information, LANGBEHN (Germany).
• Heinrich's mother's family, SCHUMACHER (Germany).
• The family history of WULF, who also married into the LANGBEHN family.
• The family history of Heinrich's daughter's husband, WIENING.
• Help us with the WIENING MOST WANTED!
• A non-related Blißmer family still in Germany, which connects to Blissmer of Russia.
• NEW 2012: Bliesmer family from the Fehmarn Island, Germany, in LaPorte, Indiana.
        Bliesmer/Staudinger Family Trees.
• HANS: Another ancestor who came to America as Bliesmer in 1907.
• Links to other people performing research on different Fehmarn Island Bliesmer.
• My mother's family information, WOLGAST (Germany).
• A page of research links you may find helpful.
• And anything else that may come to mind.
• Don't forget to sign the Guest Book.

You'll notice this site is sparse on frills, photos, and documents. Not many visitors want to see Uncle Elmo or his birth cert. If I do have something that another relative wants to see, just email, and I will gladly share it....... names, dates, location, documents, etc. Researchers chasing clues are after the facts. I hope the information displayed on these pages provides that, in a simple presentation.

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and best of luck on any connecting research in the world of "Zoo-Ology".
The Blissmer Families of America
Familie Blißmer of Germany
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