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Beethoven to The Wiggles

Updated January 29, 2007

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This is the Genealogical journey of Nini Raven Couch for her newest grandchild, Jenna Renee, from Jenna to the early 1720's and Frauline Vorltem. Since the first posting of this page, I have found out we go much farther back. We can now trace the Rosaond side of the family to the nobel famiy of the Throckmortons, and by marriage to the great Eleanor of Aquitaine. Jenna and those to come, you will never be alone, unless you want to be. You will never carry a burden alone. You will always have someone to pick you up. A linage of angels to watch over you. You will always have someone to share your deepest sorrows and your greatest joys, because you are a part of this family and all the glorious history that has past. And family is everything.

This is the story of your family: Couch, Keane, Bird, Rosamond, Laird, Gleason, Ackles, Kemp, Miller, Adams, Spainhower, Czinczoll, Thomas, Behrend, Gay, Siedler and Vorltem, and now de Roughmont, de Throckmorton and de la Spine.

You are Welsh, Irish, Scotish, German, Chawktaw Indian, Cherokee Indian, Prussian and English and you a beautiful.

 
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