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The Dishman Family Website: New York and Beyond...

Updated January 29, 2004

New York City, NY,

United States

finnegrin@msn.com


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Welcome to our website. We hope you will find a link to our family and help us grow. We have lost track of a few of our lines and would dearly love finding new family connections. So far, we have found linen weavers, butchers, shoemakers, postmasters, saloon keepers, printers, lawyers, music teachers, firemen and even a Hudson River boatman. We have veterans from the Civil War, WWI and WWII. Many of our ancestors came from Ireland and Germany in the mid-1800s, fleeing famine, war and religious strife. Please email me if you would like to know more or have any related information.

GEDCOM Trees (viewing trees requires 4.0 or later)

  • The Dishman Family Tree (424 KB)
    The tree contains major family lines of Dishman(Dischmann)-Jung from Germany; Cox-Keating from Ireland; Wagner-Jordan from Germany; Bracken-White from Ireland and possibly England.
 

Family Photos

  • Richard Dishman b. 1846 d. 1919 (35 KB)
    My great-great grandfather was Richard Dishman, the first child of Henry Dischmann and Frederica Jung of Germany -- he was the oldest of six children and a first generation American. According to his National Archives military records it appears he served in two different regiments in the Union Army in the Civil War. He had 8 children with his wife, Mary E. Walsh and lived in Red Hook, Brooklyn. (Picture from the files of Pat Tighe Sheridan--second cousin descended from Richard's first-born child Margaret. My line descended from Richard's 3rd son, Henry Francis Dishman.) --Nellie
  • Map of Jordans & Wagners Villages (1848) (277 KB)
    Before the unification of Germany, Erkeln was in Prussia, Huenfeld is in Hesse,and Fladungen is in Bavaria. My great-grandparents emigrated in the 1850s and 1860s.
 

Related Files

  • The Boy from Hünfeld (60 KB)
    This is the story of young Philipp Wagner's immigration from Germany and his Civil War years.
 
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