I am looking for more information on the ROSNER's in my family. What I have is this:
1. Stephen ROSNER b.(?) pb. Austria m. (?) pm. Austria d. (?) pd. Greeley, Anderson co., KS (He was a stone mason and a farmer.) wife: Tereasa ROSNER (unrelated) b. (?) pb. Austria m. (?) pm. Austria d. (?) pd. Greeley, Anderson co., KS buried: Mt. Calvary Cemetery children: number (?) 2. daughter: Anna M. ROSNER b. 1877 pb. Scipio, KS m. (?) pm. (?) d. 1958 pd. Greeley, Anderson co., KS husband: Gerorge Henry PEINE b. 1871 pb. St. Charles, Missouri m. (?) pm. (?) d. 1945 pd. Garnett, Anderson co., KS children: several: if this information is needed I can provide it.
I am particularlly interested in filling in the (?) spaces.I would appreciate any information on how to track down information in Austria on this couple.I am still looking for the name of the ship they must have come over in.I know the PEINE's came to the New Orleans, followed the Mississippi River up to St. Louis Missouri and then into Kansas.This may have been the route that the ROSNER'S took.If they came across from the East coast into Kansas, they may not have come through New York.They may have used the Cape May port.Any information or suggestion would be ever so greatly appreciated.Thank you.
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