Correspondence received and below is our original guest book entries..
Name: John Hendrikson
My great grandmother Emile Stein was married to a Carl Stein and they were the parents of my grandmother Alvina Stein. Emile later married a Carl Kosbab and had several children with Carl. This was also Carl\’s second marriage. Do you have any information on these people. I believe they lived in Fairmont Minnesota which was also the location of my Hendrikson great grandfather. I have traced Emile to her origins in Sweden.
|Name: uhing , karl wilhelm|
|Country: germany||Date: Sun Apr 16 14:42:59 2000|
|Comments: wie kommt der name uhing in ihren stammbaum?|
|Name: Colleen Kosbab|
|Country: USA||Date: Tue Apr 11 20:51:46 2000|
|Comments: I would like to know how I can add my husband, my daughter, and myself to your family tree. My husband is Christopher Kosbab, one of two sons of Neil Kosbab, son of Herman Kosbab.
My husband’s e-mail is email@example.com, and he would like to hear from you, too.
Colleen E.M. Kosbab
|Name: Toni Burrier (Kosbab)|
|Country: United States||Date: Mon Apr 10 23:50:35 2000|
|Comments: Ijust found this by mistake and I am glad that I
did. I hope that I can be able to find more info
about my family on my father’s side, Robert William
Kosbab. His mother is Katrine (Katherine)Kosbab and
his father is Maximillian Kosbab). Any help that
you can give me on this family is greatly appreciated.Toni
|Name: Elizabeth Tretow Cunningham|
|Country: USA||Date: Wed Apr 5 06:08:45 2000|
|Comments: I was doing a homework assignment for grad school
tonight, and was working on biographical works on
the web. Through some strange meanderings I located
this website, because my great-grandparents were
William and Anna Kosbab. They come from Prussia
to the State of Wisconsin around 1900. If I ever
have time to figure out some of my ancestry, I can
hopefully add to the tree. It certainly appears
to be a lot of hard work and hours of searching.
|Name: Carol Haley|
|Country: England||Date: Sat Mar 4 00:43:36 2000|
|Comments: Yes Brian I got a bit muddled, but I did mean Henrietta Louise and not Louise Auguste – it’s hardly surprising with such repitition of names. By the way you can add the surname of SWAIN to Queenie’s Reg.
You’e done a super job on both the Kosbab and Odger’s trees – again, congratulations!!
|Name: Mary Astone|
|Country: USA||Date: Sun Feb 27 04:14:11 2000|
|Name: Pamela Foster|
|Country: USA||Date: Sun Jan 23 06:27:27 2000|
|Name: Jessie Kusibab O’Brien|
|Country: USA||Date: Wed Jan 5 12:47:17 2000|
|Comments: I have found errors in microfilm where Kusibab was mispelled and spelled Kosbab instead..Thought I’d share this with you….|
|Name: bruce a witthuhn|
|Country: usa||Date: Wed Dec 29 04:15:18 1999|
|Comments: I notice that someone has entired my grandparents as:BROEHM,Flora est 1904 /M KOSBAB,Harold
KOSBAB 1930 alive/M GEHRMANN
KOSBAB,Harold est 1902 /M BROEHM,Floraon your site. I would be interested in any additional information on their family tree as I do not have any information on my grandfather’s, Harold Kosbab, heritage.Sincerely,
bruce A Witthuhn
|Name: Carol Haley|
|Country: England||Date: Thu Nov 25 00:24:35 1999|
|Comments: IN MEMORY OF WENDY
We only met once, just before the birth of her second child, Nichol. Before we left England for Australia in 1981, Wendy wrote me, and for the next couple of years we corresponded. Without her kindly help in all things Australian, we would have had a more difficult time in finding our way around.
I only wish that I had kept up writing.
Wendy, your going has saddened us all, but we shall not forget you.
Your Cousin, Carol