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Jim Woelfel (Excerpts from Emi…): Emilie Woelfel Michalk was my fathers sister and thus my aunt. Most of what we know about their ear…
Johnny Kasper (Wendish Settlers …): Ps- Johann Kasper was not born in Kolpen, as thought. According to church records, he was born in Te…
Johnny Kasper (Wendish Settlers …): Hi Debbie, I did go to Germany and spent some time in the church in Lohsa. It was well worth the …
Debbie Frankenbac… (Wendish Settlers …): Johnny Kasper, I am also a descendent of Andreas Kasper. he is my great, great, great grandfather.…
Debbie Frankenbac… (Wendish Settlers …): Johnny, I am also a descendent of Andreas Kasper…great,great granddaughter of George Kasper. I saw …
Jason Nowka (Nebraska Wends): Blown away as well! Have just started on genealogy of my family. Gottfried Nowka is my 3rd great gra…

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  • Wends Who Broke the Pattern
    The large majority of Wends who migrated to Texas in 1854 either stayed with the core settlement around Serbin or followed several paths to neighboring communities. But th

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