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Posted by Jäger on 2006-07-18 21:20:57


As hobbies go, geneology is popular; my aunt (my mother's sister) has traced the Tramblie line back to the 1600s or 1500s in France, via in Quebec in the 1800s. The great-grandparents I found in Hygiene immigrated from Austria-Hungry around 1905 and farmed in Hygiene; I believe they came from a region that is now Slovakia. I'm fuzzy where the Logans came from; a Logan uncle (who has been known to post comments on this site) had trouble tracking the family line very far back. (Somewhat ironically, the Logan family (the descendends of my great-grandfather Logan) has semi-annual gatherings, so I know the most about my immediate Logan family.) My father's mother's family is German by way of Russia; they were Volga Germans who immigrated to Canada in the late 1800s.

I may in fact learn more. And if I do, I'll post here.


Hygiene Cemetery (2006-07-16 21:51:47)
like a lot of geeks, I can run risky meatspace things
through my head until a faulty value comes out that
suggests there's no need to actually do them.
- Caleb John Clark, "Linux and the Lady", Salon.com 27 September 2000