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Hi, I am looking for any info on the Goodart/Goodhart/Gutekunst families
that came into Wabash Co., IL, about 1830-40. Some of them moved to
Lawrence Co. Supposedly the matriarch of this family, Johanna Reichert
Gutekunst(Goodart) was a widow in OH, and came with her children to Wabash
Co. Johanna and her husband, Johann George Gutekunst, immigrated from
Wuerttembert, Germany, about 1833 to Ohio where Johanna had her last child,
Hannah-- my g grandmother. After Johann died in OH, the family then came
to IL. Another family connected with this line is the family of George
Michael "Michael" Haizman/Heitzman. I have found a Henry Goodart (b. abt
1810 in Germany), married to a Jacobina, living in Wabash Co in 1860. In
1880, Jacobina is living with a Tugaw family. Henry may have died. Any
info, dates or anything you can give me will be most appreciated. I am
hoping to get to Wabash Co after the first of the year and want to do all
possible homework first. I am happy to exchange info with you also.
Helen Zuber Keusch
forever searching in the LAND, EDWARDS, WOFFORD, REEVES, MULLINIKS,
CRABTREE, GOODWIN, CHAPMAN, BENNETT, ZUBER, ANTHIS, GOODART-GUTEKUNST,
BANGERT, EAKINS, FORD-FOARD, SANDEFUR, MELTON, HANDLEY, EZELL, THOMASSON,
and DUNCAN families.
Lawrence County, Illinois Genealogy Group
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