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Tarno, variant surnames, (ie. Tarnow, Tarnowski, Torno, etc.) and allied surnames.

Below is a list of researchers who may be able to help you with your genealogy.
I have chosen not to print addresses and phone numbers.  Please contact the researcher by e-mail. Contact me if you have data and willing to have the information posted to this site. I would like to add your name and e-mail address to the following list of researchers as well.

Connie,
My Tarno lineage is from Asturias, Spain to Cuba in the mid 1800s when my great grandfather
Angel Tarno arrived in Cuba as a Captain in the Spanish Army. After the Spanish-American war ended he settled in Havana and had two sons, Vidal and his brother Manuel who died young in the mid 1940s. Vidal Tarno had two sons, Vidal Jr. Alberto who never had children. I wonder if you could add this information to your website along with my email for any possible contacts. Thank You
Mike Tarno

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Wendy is attempting to prove, or disprove, a Tarnow / Wangelien connection through Sophia and Christ Tarnow in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. She has submitted her data for Christ, brother, John and their Tarnow descendants......... Click here to view Family Group Sheets.
Surnames: TARNOW, CHRISTORNO, WANGELIEN
WANGELIEN SURNAME Home Page

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Dan L. Tarno researching Henry Frederick Tarnow and his descendants. Also researching surnames including SHEFFIELD, STANGLIN, HAWKINS, and LINDSEY.

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Shirley Fidele researching James "Willie" DIXON m. Ester TARNO in Howard County, Arkansas. Willie was the grandson of James Dixon. Shirley writes " I am searching for the families of my g.g.grandfather James Dixon who married a woman whose last name was Cole in Tn. abt. 1858-1860.
James was born about 1838-1842 in TN.(we believe). He died in AR. and buried in Hotsprings, AR". You may read Shirley's query on the Dixon family by clicking here.

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Mary K. Jones researching Henry Frederick Tarnow and his descendants. Also researching surnames including SHEFFIELD, WILLIS and COOK.

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Gayle researches the TARNOW surname.

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Marcia researches Adolph August TARNO / TARNOWSKI born 2 July 1870 in Posen, Germany.

Marcia wrote: The family oral history is that Bertha's parents Johanne LOCKSTADT and Regina NITSCH were very wealthy, and that Adolph's parents August TARNOW and Julia LUSTICK were also a wealthy family, but Adolph worked for the Lockstadts as an overseer for her family.  I cannot find anyone in Germany with these last names or names similar.  Lockstaedt may be Lockstadt.  Tarnow may be Tarnowski. 

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Connie Rushing (Webmistress) researches descendants of:
Jacob Daniel Joachim TARNOW, born September 14, 1782 in Rostock, Germany, and Agneta Dorothea Elisabeth CRULL born October 28, 1788 in Altkarin, Germany.
Children of JACOB TARNOW and AGNETA CRULL are:

  1. Agnes Dorothea Sophie Tarnow born December 24, 1815 in Rostock, Germany, and died December 25, 1879 in Doberan, Germany.  She married Carl Georg Friedrich KRAUEL born February 21, 1801 in Doberan, Germany.
  2. Henry Fredrick William Tarnow born November 17, 1818 in Rostock, Germany. He married Nancy SHEFFIELD August 26, 1855 in Jefferson Co., MO.  She was born March 5, 1834, and died July 24, 1874.

Henry has many Tarno descendants in the U.S.A and Tarnow cousins in the Mecklenberg- Schwerin, Germany.
Associated surnames: TOLBERT, SHEFFIELD, HARDING, LINDSEY, DETHARDING / DETHERDING

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