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      Hello, Welcome to my webpage. I am the fifth generation of Reinbold's in America. My life-long hobby has been Ancestor Hunting! These pages make up a few of the hundreds of facts I have gleened along the way. Hope you enjoy them. If you find anything helpful to you, then I have accomplished my task...

    Our first known ancestors are Anton H. and Catherine E. REINBOLD. Both were born in Schwarzburg-Ker Hessen, Germany and came to America between 1840 and 1850. More about them here - Reinbold Family Group Sheet

    Last year I made a great historical breakthrough! I have been searching for the residence of Anton Reinbold for many, many years and finally found him with his family on the 1860 PA Census in Cambria County. Click ANTON REINBOLD to see a copy of the census page.

    Parents of Sarah Elizabeth (BANEY) REINBOLD are: Henry M. BANEY, b. May 1866 - Illinois (His parents were born in Penn and Ill). Ettie NIEMAN, b. Apr 1872 - Iowa (Her parents were born in Germany) - Baney Family Group Sheet

    One of my favorite cousins - Lana Teal is the proud ower of the Ettie (NIEMAN) BANEY Bible. She is generously sharing with us some of the names that are written in Ettie's own hand in that Bible. See them here... Ettie Nieman Bible ...


The REAGAN's are related to the REINBOLD line through my parents - Lester P. REINBOLD and Dessie M. (REAGAN). They were married Nov 5, 1937 in American Falls, Idaho. Lester P. is number 2 on the Reinbold Family Group Sheet.

The REAGAN Family Group Sheet ...

Here is a document I received from Beatrice B. (REAGAN) Kershaw Owens, back in 1980. This was from her memory of dates and names.   Please note that none of these items has been verfied!   Beatrice was very interested in family history.
Remembering My Ancestors...

My interest in family history research started when my aunt Madeline Jane 'Mattie' (REAGAN) STEWART asked me to copy a small pamphlet about the Southwick family. Remember back in the 1950's, that meant using a type writer, not a copy machine or word processor. Well, that little booklet had 20 pages of fine print in it, but by the time I was finished I was thoroughly hooked on genealogy. I really got into it about 1972 when I joined our local genealogy society and learned how to systematically do family history research. Now in 2002, I have about 20 gigabytes of data stored on two PC's and four metal file cabinet drawers filled with data.   Where will it end?  Before I go to join my ancestors, I hope to compile and publish a family history book.

Thank you for stopping by.

Date created Nov 15, 2001, Last modified Sep 15, 2002 - WebMaster - Sandie (Reinbold) Morris * Copyright Nov 2001 (c)


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