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Kathleen W. Hinckley, Certified Genealogist, has over twenty years experience researching Colorado records. Kathleen resides twenty minutes from downtown Denver and researches regularly at the Colorado State Archives, Colorado Historical Society, Denver City & County Building, and Denver Public Library. Travel to Colorado locations outside the Denver metro area can be arranged.
My name is Laura Curry Loding. I am a direct descendant of Barnabus Curry of Logan Co. West Virginia. I am currently trying to document as much information as I can about his descendants. Where they went, what happened, and what became of them. If you have any information on any of the folks here, please drop me a line. I'm happy to share this information as it is important that correct information get posted. If you have any family stories you would like to share they are welcome also.
Kathleen W. Hinckley, Certified Genealogist & Private Investigator, locates unknown or missing heirs, owners of unclaimed property, and verifies relationships for DNA testing. She is a court-approved expert witness and evaluates kinship evidence. Services also include traditional USA genealogical research and project management.
Specialized research in: Family Histories and Reports
American vital records--(civil, religious, military, naturalization & immigration, etc.). Los Angeles & surrounding areas. Favorite surnames: GATES, WOMBACHER, SHMIDT, FREUKES, MURPHY, CUNNINGHAM, and KANE.
Genealogical site dedicated to the descendants of Wilhelm Wurtz who settled in Loudoun County Virginia from Germany. Surnames include Verts, Virts, Wertz, Wertz, Wirts and Wirtz. With many descendants in Virgnia, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Kansas, West Virginia, Illinois and through out the United States.
In 1946, Dr. David P. Boder, a psychology professor from Chicago's Illinois Institute of Technology, traveled to Europe to record the stories of Holocaust survivors in their own words. Over a period of three months, he visited refugee camps in France, Switzerland, Italy, and Germany, carrying a wire recorder and 200 spools of steel wire, upon which he was able to record over 90 hours of first-hand testimony. These recordings represent the earliest known oral histories of the Holocaust, which are available through this online archive.