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The Bodoh Family Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000

B Bodoh

2309 Melanie Lane

Eau Claire, WI 54703

United States

bbodoh@discover-net.net


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I am researching the BODOH (BODEAU, BODAH, BODA) / BEAUDIN/ BEAUDOIN (or similiar names) - from Canada and New York area in the 1700-1800. I'm extremely interested in finding the grandparents of James William Bodoh (b July 10, 1836 NY , d Jan 1918 in WI). He married Julie BALTHAZAR (b 1844 in Quebec, d 1912 WI) in Fond du Lac, WI in 1860. His parents were JAMES OR GUILLAUME (WILLIAM) BAUDIN /BEAUDIN/ BODOHN /(or similiar variation) and Louise LEMONDE Dit LUDOVICIE NORMANDIN / LAMONDY / LEMONDY (or similiar name) (1813-1895). It is believed that the family came from France to Canada to the US (Plattsburg, New York) and settled in Wisconsin. I'm also researching the Schmit family originally from Luxenberg. Bernard SCHMIT. His son Mathias SCHMIT( (b 1818 Luxenberg, d 1886). came to USA from Lexemburg Austria and married Anna SONDERLEITER (b 1821, d 1899). I'm interested in Joseph DIEMER (1821-1899) from Bohemia , Austria. He married Anna BECHER, who later married Konrad KREUITZBERG. I am researching the PRITZL family that migrated from Bohemia in 1852 and came to Wisconsin. I am interested in information relating to the parents of Hans Johann PRITZL (b 1671). Hans' father was Peter PRITZL (b 1645 and d. 1691)There are several surnames that keep reappearing in my family tree, which has me interested! They include: (1.) The GRALL family from Germany in the early 1800 and before. (2.) The SEIDL family from Germany during the same time period and some of the family members migrated to USA (Wisconsin). (3.) The GROSSL family from Germany in the early 1700s. (4.) MEYER family from Wisconsin in the late 1800s. (5.) The ZIPPERER family from Wisconsin in the 1800s.I would also be interested in the GRESL / GRASSL / GROESSL / GROSZL family. Wenzel GRESL (b 1821 Austria, d 1897 in Kansas) married Aloisia MULTERER. Their son, Joseph GRESL (b1867 Austria, d 1947 in Whitelaw, WI) married Sophia GRALL (b 1871 in WI, d 1942) in 1888 in Kansas. I am also researching the Van Bakel family. John VAN BAKEL married Theodora VAN DEN BURGT and lived in WI. They both came from Holland. Theodora's parents were Adrian VAN DEN BURGT (1870-1925) and Ardina VERSTEGEN. Adrian's parents were Martinus VAN DEN BURGT (1835-1899) and Gerdina WASSENBERG (1833-1907). Ardina's parents were William VERSTEGEN (1843-1920 Nesterode Holland) and Gerdina VAN HOREN (1838-1878).

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