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Julie (Seaman) Motz Home Page

Updated September 6, 2000

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Thanks for stopping by my home page! The families I am researching are:
On my mother's side: Patmythes (from Zakinthos (Zante), Greece), Stade, Barnes (from Ireland), Leonard, Hopkins, Heaney-Haney (from Ireland), Schultz, Spencer, Bauer, McLaughlin, McKenzie. These families were in the Milwaukee area in the mid-1800s to early 1900s. The Stades were also in Chicago and St. Louis during this time.

On my father's side, all ancestors were German immigrants who settled in the LaCrosse and west central Wisconsin areas, and in northeast Iowa, in the mid-1800s: Seaman-Semann (from Elfershausen, Bayern), Hagensick (from Weissenstadt, Bayern), Schildman-Schiltman (from Germany), Sell, Schnell, Meirat, Ney.

Any information you have for me about these families would be appreciated. And, of course, I'd be happy to share all that I have accumulated thus far with you!
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Julie Motz
Milwaukee, Wisconsin jjmotz@execpc.com

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