I'm so glad the info helped.I think the Brockschmidts are so fascinating. Remember we're still unsure whether we're talking about the same Ludwig, but the Ludwig/Louis son of Dietrich & Maria Brockschmidt that we were looking at is buried at Ebenezer as H.L.Brockschmidt (Heinrich Ludwig) with the following info from the Ebenezer church history book, pub'd by the Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery Committee (Okawville): b. 1827, d. 16 Oct 1907 at 75years 7months 20days"Left widow and 7 children.Water disease."I think you probably have the same books I do, and I fear many are out of print now.The county library at Nashville has just about everything, I think (and those people are WONDERFUL historians and librarians).Try to find "Combined History and Atlas of Washington County Illinois" an 1879 publication reprinted in 1990 by Windmill Publications of MtVernon IN. This last spring a cousin in Venedy assured me St Salvator Church is working on a publication of their records, but if you've seen the microfilm you've probably got a lot of that info already.