User:AuchDabei

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My family history webpage:

Pinnacled Dim In The Intense Inane

My family history blog:

The Intense Inane


Background

I've been researching my family history since shortly before my first and so far only visit to Germany at the end of 2002. I hope to visit again soon.

I have some promising leads I want to explore and will need more expertise than I currently have in German genealogy, language, history and culture.

Names I am researching include: LUBACH, EBERT, BOETCHER, HEISE, BERND, KURTH, GUTH, MARQUART, BACKHAUS, LUHN.


Note

Auch Dabei is the last two words of the refrain line used in a famous German-American poem written by Konrad Krez, a Forty-Eighter or Achtundvierziger, who commanded the regiment my great great grandfather served with during the American Civil War. The text of this poem in German is linked on my family history webpage.


Articles

Listed below are articles I have published on the Wiki-En-Genealogy Web:

A thumbnail biography of Konrad Krez.

An English translation in five parts of the 'Foreword' written in 1938 by Ludwig Finckh for the collected poems of Konrad Krez, 'An Mein Vaterland'.

An English translation of a poem written by Konrad Krez about New Orleans in February, 1865.

An English translation of a poem written by Konrad Krez about the island of Brazos Santiago during the War Between the States.

An English translation of a poem written by Konrad Krez about Little Rock during the War Between the States.

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