The flagship location is located in the village of Montgomery, in the northeast suburbs.
An asterisk after a name in the published index indicates that the persons birthplace is given in the death notice.
Issues are in chla Nippert Collection (Mss 873, Series 5 with indexes for many volumes, and Archives of Ohio United Methodism at Ohio Wesleyan University.Die Donauschwaben in Cincinnati.Estimate of Robert Rau, based upon 33 years of researching Cincinnati Germans.Later Germans moved north toward the city line, where property prices were lower, and settled in a neighborhood of brick apartment buildings and row houses north and east of the Miami and Erie Canal (now Central Parkway called Over-the-Rhine in honor of Germanys Rhein River.
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The Society required its members to be male immigrants at least 40 years old, who had lived in the Cincinnati area for at least 25 years.
Primarily read by German Catholic readers, this newspaper is indexed in: erwachsene persönliche anzeigen online Jeffrey Herbert, Index of Death Notices and Marriage Notices Appearing in Cincinnati Volksfreund, (Cincinnati: Hamilton County Genealogical Society, 1991).
Volksfreund, plch, chla, microfilm; GenealogyBank.
Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1993.Hubertus Wilhelm, The Origin and Distribution of Settlement Groups: Ohio, 1850 (Athens, Ohio: 1982).Buses arrive and depart from Greyhound's station in downtown Cincinnati.Between 18, the German population increased almost tenfold, and in 1860, 30 of Cincinnatis population was of German stock.The Ratterman binder in chla has thumbnail images of the portraits in alphabetical order.Other German societies The Cincinnati Central Turners, the oldest surviving German society in Cincinnati and the first Turner society in America, was formed in 1848 by immigrants fleeing the 1848 Revolution in the German states, to promote physical and mental health.6 This is a crucial distinction for researchers seeking Bavarian origins, who are probably looking in the wrong area if they concentrate on the place known as Bavaria today.Entries are arranged by first letter of surname in Volumes 2 and.