Sounds great, and I would also be willing to share info.We had our genealogy professionally researched back in the mid 70's before it became a popular thing to do.It was published into a book and everyone that wanted a copy back then was able to purchase one from the researcher that did all the work for us.I was about 10 at the time so I obviously didn't buy my own copy, but I know that my mother still has the copy that her and dad bought.
The book deals only with the Wallenhorst's that settled in Grant County, WI., and even retraces the family history back to the Prussia region of Europe where the family originated from.One of my projects for 2007 is going to be to bring that book current and add all the info that needs to be put into it for the last 30+ years.
Another project I want to tackle is to determin if any of the Wallenhorst's that live in KY., TN., and NY. are related to me.I suspect they probably are becaues the Surname is one of the rarest in the world, or so I've been told.I've attempted to contact individuals in all three states but so far no one has shown any interest in the project.
Feel free to contact me directly, firstname.lastname@example.org