|Thomas John Huelskamp|
|This site contains my ancestors and thier descendants.I have spent thirty plus years tracing my family tree and I am creating this site to share my work with others.The work that I have done in Belgium, France, Germany and Luxemburg has mostly been done through microfilm records that are available from Salt Lake City at local LDS Family History Centers.If you have information you would like to share with me, please contact me.It will take me several years to get all my information loaded onto this site.|
I have seventeen seperate ancestral lines that go back to Europe.
John Dietrich Huelskamp, his wife (Maria Anna Neggerman) and four children came from Sevelten, Oldenburg, Germany and came to Marion Township, Mercer County, Ohio in 1834.
Gerhard Henry Tangeman, his wife (Anna Maria Moller, their two oldest daughters, his wife's parents (Franz Anton Moller and Elisabeth Berting), and her two brothers came from Neuenkirchen, Oldenburg, Germany and came to Marion Twp., Mercer County, Ohio in 1834.
John Henry Heitkamp and his wife Catharina Maria Trimpe came from the parish of Damme, Oldenburg, Germany about 1833.They may have lived in Cincinnati for a time before moving to Jackson Twp., Auglaize County, Ohio.
Herman Goke, Goeke or Goecke, his wife (Margaret Adelheid Behrens) and six children came from Sudmerzen, Hannover, Germany and came to Jackson Twp., Auglaize County, Ohio in 1835.
John Gerhard Beckman, his wife (Rebecca Maria Pelster) and five children came from Bockelskamp, parish of Twistringen, Hannover, Germany in late 1830.They lived in Cincinnati for several years before moving to Minster, Auglaize County, Ohio and then to Granville Twp., Mercer County, Ohio.
Nicolaus Harlett, his wife (Ursula Kleiman) and their two sons (Nicolaus and Michael) came from Bavaria, Germany around 1840 and first settled in Holmes County, Ohio before moving to Jefferson Twp., Knox County, Ohio.His sister (Catharina), her husband (Aloys Smith) and two oldest daughters also came to Knox County, Ohio.
Michael Eifert, his wife, Elisabeth Brell, and oldest son, Victor Eifert came from Germany and settled in Jefferson Twp., Knox County, Ohio in 1837.The family moved to Mercer County, Ohio in the early 1860's.
John Nicolaus Schneider, his wife (Anna Gertrude Diederich) and their infant daughter (Gertrude) and his children (John and Magdalena)from his first wife came from Mannebach, Rheinland, Prussia, Germany to Lorain County, Ohio around 1843.
Henry Tiell came from Pissange, Luxemburg to Big Springs Twp., Seneca County, Ohio around 1849-1857.He supposedly went to California to look for gold and found enough gold to make a wedding ring for his wife, Anna Catharina Lucius.
Anthony Heinen came from Reisdorf, Grand Duchy of Luxemburg to Big Springs Twp., Seneca County, Ohio in the mid 1850's.His father was from Niehl, parish of Mettendorf, Rheinland, Prussia, Germany and his mother was from Holsthum, Parish of Schankweiler, Rheinland, Prussia, Germany.
Louis Mathias and his wife (Clara Feck) came from Habergy, Luxemburg, Belgium to Big Springs Twp., Seneca County, Ohio in 1839.Louis was from Fouches, Luxemburg, Belgium.Louis's brothers John N. and John and Calara's brother John Feck and his wife (Margaret Rudisch) also came to Big Springs Twp.
Adam Williams (Wilhelm) came from Queidersbach, Rheinland, Prussia, Germany and came to big Springs Twp., Seneca County, Ohio in 1834-1836.After a few years he purchased his father-in-laws farm and moved to Seneca Twp., Seneca County, Ohio.
Theobald Koch, his wife (Anna Maria Dohm) and four children came from Medelsheim, Germany to Seneca Twp., Seneca County, Ohio in 1833-1834.
John Baptist Elchert and his brother Augustin came from Ulm, Baden, Germany to Big Springs Twp., Seneca County, Ohio in 1832-1836.Augustin moved to Columbus, Ohio.They may have lived in Maryhill, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada for a few years where the mother'