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Wednesday, 01 November 2017 03:23

I haven't been working on the genealogy recently, because I hit a couple of dead ends on the 2-3 primary lines I've been working. It would be nice to expand the Schoolman line next.

If you run across this site and any of the Schoolman names look familiar, please drop me a line through the contact us link above. I'd like to know more.

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 03:20
I've noticed that my search results on Google have been dropping, so I updated the site with a mobile responsive design. Hopefully, this will improve my score. I'll also try to keep the content on the home page a little fresher going forward.
Wednesday, 13 January 2010 23:11

After receiving a couple of requests for leads on Krabbenhoft genealogy information, I added some of the links that I have used to put this family tree together. I'll keep adding more as I find new information. For now, you can see the listing here:

http://krabbenhoft.com/Links/Genealogy/

I also ran across a very helpful site that I hadn't found before - www.gencircles.com. I have checked my tree with the information I found there, and so far, it matches up pretty well. I would highly recommend taking a look if you're stuck.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 19:14
I'm pretty much done with the Krabbenhoft genealogy for now. There's still a lot to be done, but I need to focus on some other projects for the time being. So, if anyone has any additional information that they'd like to add, please drop me a line and I'll add it as I have time.
Friday, 27 March 2009 20:35

It's amazing what you can find on the Internet these days. With the help of Google, Ancestry.com, and FamilySearch.org. I was able to trace my family tree back as far as the late 17th century in Schleiswig-Holstein, Preussen (Germany). Google led me to a survey of gravestones in Jackson County, Iowa. With the information I already had from my grandparents, I was able to find the father of my great-great-grandfather, Claus H. Krabbenhoft. I was able to verify a lot of information from the 1880 census information available on Ancestry.com. FamilySearch.org had all the rest of the information.

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