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Name: Tim Chapman
From: Boonville IN
E-mail: tcahpman003@carolina.rr.com
This is great am the great grandson Walter Clark and Hattie Mea Huthsteiner. I am currently building my own tree and this site is very helpful and great to see my past family!
 
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Name: Mary Knauth Visser
From: Mystic, CT
E-mail: maryknauth@mac.com
This is a wonderful insight into our family, my Uncle Stephen gave us a photo album with some pictures of Waldek and many of the Knauth's. I'm wondering if you wouldn't like me to send them so you may have them on the site as well.
 
Added: July 19, 2010 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Heiko Gödel
From: Germany, Saxonia
E-mail: goedel.heiko@t-online.de
Hello,
sorry, I can not speak english.
Wir erforschen die Familie Knauth in Deutschland. Abraham Knauth und die Ahnen meiner Frau Beatrice Carolyn Knauth haben in Peter von Knauth (*1528 +1595 in Naumburg)den gemeinsamen Stammvater. Wir würden gerne wissen, woher das Wappen (knauth.org) stammt. Das Wappen der Knauth aus Thüringen sieht eigentlich anders aus. Es besteht aus 3 Jagthörnern.
Über eine Information würde ich mich freuen.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Heiko Gödel

Translation using Bing Translator (http://www.microsofttranslator.com/Default.aspx) :

We explore the family Knauth in Germany. Abraham Knauth and the ancestors my wife Beatrice Carolyn Knauth have in Peter Knauth (* 1528 + 1595 in Naumburg) common progenitor. We would like to know where the coat of arms (knauth.org) came from. The coat of arms of the Knauth from Thuringia looks really different. It consists of 3 Jagthörnern.
I would like an information.
With kind regards
Heiko Gödel
 
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Name: Walter Berten
From: Viersen, Germany
E-mail: warberten@hotmail.com
This is something I've always wanted to do for my family. Thanks for the inspiration. I appreciate the friendship my former classmate C. Huthsteiner is showing me.
 
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Name: Abby Huthsteiner
From: Hamburg NY
E-mail: saphireicewolf@yahoo.com
:] This is amazing stuff. I'm happy to learn things about my family. It makes me feel great. Thanks!
 
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Name: Annette Knauth Gape
From: New Hartford, NY
E-mail: peskiw@verizon.net
What an incredible gift you have given our family! To think we have been trying to assemble so much of this information for years as the stories told in our youth were so fascinating. Seeing our Granddaddy,as we affectionately called him, (John Peter Knauth Sr), as a boy looking so much like my own father, (John Peter, Jr)at the same age is wonderful. Having long heard of Grossmama(sp?) and Grosspapa (sp?)and being able to actually put a face with them is something indeed. My great aunts and uncles, so impressive! Then there is Falsic which explains my and my siblings), preoccupation with Great Camps in the Adirondacks. I am so pleased that there is someone who loves it and is so gracious. I would love to behold the woods and waters my ancestors cherished and to see the place they once called home. Perha**ome day soon. In the meantime, thank you so very much for giving me the opportunity to share our family heritage with my own children.
 
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Name: Lisa Murie Knauth Kelley
From: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
E-mail: ilisame@aol.com
Finding this site is like finding a treasure! So much family history to share with my own children.The pictures put a face with names I've heard over the years, but my personal favorite is the one of my grandfather,Johannes Knauth as a small child. Thank you!
 
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Name: Karen Knauth
From: Clinton NY
E-mail: Kareneknauth@aol.com
This site is Great! I don't know who put it together but I thank them very much! I am John (Johanas)Peter Knauth Jr.'s oldest child. There are many many grandchildren missing from the family tree, how do we add them? LOve the pictures! I see a cousin I haven't seen since I was a small child was also here, how great! I'm forwarding it to the whole family!
 
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Name: John Kirk George Jr.
From: Richmond Virginia
E-mail: jkgco@cavtel.net
Great site! I am the eldest son of Elizabeth Knauth George and am casting about for a name for our second child, due any day now! Thanks to all who have worked to put all this online. My family is eager to visit Felseck, maybe this summer???
 
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Name: Peter Cossman
From: Mendham, New Jersey
E-mail: pcossman@gmail.com
I am so pleased to have found your website and the Uhlich - Knauth letters. My family and I were tenants at High Point, named Felseck by Antonio, for 30 years before we purchased it in rather poor condition five years ago. As we have slowly been restoring it, we often sit by the fireplace or on the porch and wonder about the people who made this wonderful place possible. It has been the center of our lives for almost four decades with birthday parties, weddings and many wonderful gatherings of friends and family. We would be most appreciative of obtaining copies of pictures and descriptions of how the original owners lived and hearing of the adventures they must have had during the period of construction. Over the years, one or Knauth family members have come to see High Point (Felseck) and we have been most pleased to meet them. You do have a most impressive family history and we admire the fortitude and courage Antonio must have had to embark on such a formidable project at a time when Bolton Landing was so remote.
 
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