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* McKenna's Genpage*

Updated May 7, 2012


The results of many, many hours of research and many helpful relatives can produce a very detailed family tree. Just remember that "no matter how incomplete you may think it is, it is 100 % more than what you started with". A quote from Bob who reminded me that I had been very successful even though we had a lot more work to do. Thanks to all who contributed!

I am researching the Kacel and Fojta names from Czech Republic (Austria). The Wuerfel and Hessler names from Germany. The McKenna and Doran names from Ireland.

I am willing to share information on names and research tips.


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Karen McKenna
santphea@gmail.com

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  • Germany 2003 (94 KB)
    The highest peaks from the Stilthorn. Switzerland
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    A veiw through our hotel window in Garmish
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    The highest peaks from the Stilthorn. Switzerland
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    A daily sight in Garmish. The cattle coming in for milking.
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    All the kids in Treir, Germany. The oldest city in Germany founded by the Romans
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    The highest peaks from the Stilthorn. Switzerland
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    A scene from the Swiss Alps from a cog train.
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    The city square Treir, Germany. Most houses from 1200's
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    More veiws from the Stilthorn, Switzerland
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    Murren in Swiss Alps.
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    A veiw from the Stilthorn, Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (92 KB)
    Where the Rhein and the Mosel rivers meet in Cochem.
  • Germany 2003 (89 KB)
    A quaint home in Murren, Switzerland. A town with now cars only accessible by cable car.
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    A veiw from Linderhof castle.
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    One of many waterfalls,Switzerland
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    A bit of beautiful architecture.
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    Another veiw from Murren, Switzerland. A town with no cars only accessible by cable car.
  • Germany 2003 (87 KB)
    A veiw of the Rhein grape fields. Rudesheim, Germany
  • Germany 2003 (44 KB)
    From the Notre dame, Strasbourg , France
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    Our hotel on the Rhein, Boppard, Germany
  • Germany 2003 (87 KB)
    The Trummelbach. The only glacial waterfall inside a mountain still accesible to veiw. It makes the mountain shake like an earthquake.
  • Germany 2003 (72 KB)
    Sunset on the Rhein. Boppard, Germany
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    In the square a house built in 1220, Strasbourg , France
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    A veiw of thr Rhein from Rheinfels castle. St. Goar, Germany
  • Germany 2003 (89 KB)
    Corkscrew at the Trummelbach. The only glacial waterfall inside a mountain still accesible to veiw. It makes the mountain shake like an earthquake.
  • Germany 2003 (86 KB)
    Burg Eltz
  • Welcome Colin Patrick Snyder 11 18 2004 (59 KB)
    Born to Jessi and Jeff
  • Germany 2003 (95 KB)
    Rheinfels castle. St. Goar, Germany
  • Germany 2003 (86 KB)
    The Zugspitz tallest peak in Garmish-Partenkirchen, Bavaria
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    Phil on top of Rheinfels castle. St. Goar, Germany
  • Germany 2003 (87 KB)
    The daily coming of the cows for milking in Garmish-Partenkirchen, Bavaria
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    A veiw from Rheinfels castle. St. Goar, Germany
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    The Lorely cliffs on the Rhein river.
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    Highest waterfalls in Germany. Triberg
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    Wengen Switzerland
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    Funky clouds. Wengen, Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (94 KB)
    A veiw from Linderhof castle, Garmisch
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    The Eiger peak. Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (93 KB)
    Neuschwanstein castle near Oberammergau
  • Germany 2003 (82 KB)
    A castle on the Rhein river.
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    From the Stilthorn. Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (88 KB)
    A common sight in Rothenburg the mideval town.
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    The brothers castles on the Rhein river.
  • Germany 2003 (83 KB)
    From the Stilthorn. Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (93 KB)
    The NORTH kids with Frau Zimmermann. Stilthorn, Switzerland.
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    Another castle on the Rhein river.
  • Germany 2003 (87 KB)
    From the Stilthorn. Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (87 KB)
    A common sight in Murren, Switzerland.
  • Germany 2003 (92 KB)
    Our boat for our trip on the Rhein river.
  • Germany 2003 (86 KB)
    Phil on the Stilthorn. Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (84 KB)
    Our veiw from our hotel room. Wengen, Switzerland.
  • Germany 2003 (92 KB)
    Parking is limited in Rudesheim. So they install lifts in garages.
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    Phil on the Stilthorn. Switzerland
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    Interlaken on our way to Switzerland.
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    Torteses in Rudesheim.
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    Phil and I on the Stilthorn. Switzerland
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    A nice valley in Switzerland.
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    Cable cars over the grapes in Rudesheim.
  • Germany 2003 (93 KB)
    A sign in Strasbourg, France
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    A very narrow market road in Rudesheim.
  • Germany 2003 (92 KB)
    The Notre Dame in Strasbourg, France
  • Germany 2003 (38 KB)
    A veiw from Murren, Switzerland
  • Germany 2003 (37 KB)
    Phil on the Stilthorn, Switzerland
 

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