I have alot of information that I have gathered.In the summer of 1999 I traveled from Seattle to Burlington, Iowa and meet with some distant cousins and a genealogist named Joyce Daley, who has retired since then.I have many primary sources that I could mail you, like the ship records that Albert Hermann Hunger came over from Prussia (Germany) on November 21, 1853 the Ship Elise pulled into New York Harbor. He then traveled up to Buffalo, New York where his brother Hermann Heinrich lived.Then traveled the Mississippi River to Burlington that is a town on the Mississippi.I have old church records from Joellenbeck, Germany taking the Hungers back to at least the early 1700's. About Franklin Pearce Kennedy, I have the homestead papers from 1901.He was a preacher that worked on the railroad, and as the railroad was being built in Arkansas, the tents cities of workers would move along with the progress of the railroad.During thses traveling years, Grandma was born along the railroad in Arkansas.While visiting the area that they lived in from 1909-1923 on my trip in 2000, I discovered many records of families that were married by Franklin Pearce Kennedy as the minister.Last summer while in Salt Lake City, I discovered in a book there that Franklin and his wife are buried at the Indian Cemetery at Quapaw, Oklahoma, which also I went to in 2000.I have in my material from Salt Lake City the newspapers that Franklin and his wife's obit. are in there.I have not written them becuase I have been so busy with the Hunger Genealogy. I just got the Burlington City Directories listing Albert Hermann Hunger this last week from Des Moines County, Iowa.I am writing a paper concerning his life from Joellenbeck through his death in Burlington in 1906. If you give me you address I can send you alot of information. Look me up in the Seattle phone book and give me a call. Did you every get the china that my father had for so long, that was to go to you when you were an adult?I hope you did, after I mentioned it, because I would never know how to find it now.The last I saw it was 1980. I was given the Hunger Family Bible, after my father funeral, that has been handed down through the years from 1863.