The Descendents of Richard Remington,
born 1450, Yorkshire, England

Were the Seventeenth-Century Remingtons
Followers of Samuel Gorton?


The Revolutionary War Pension Records
of Anthony Remington


The Continental Marines
in the Revolutionary War


Anthony Remington & His Descendents

Wilhelm Schwangau & His Descendents

The Swango Family HomePage

Family Members in the Revolutionary War

Family Members in the War of 1812

William Witcher & His Descendents

Family Members in the Civil War

The Appenheimer Homestead
on the Western Kansas Frontier
in the Early 1890s

The War Record of Alpheus Ray Appenheimer

The U.S. Marines in the First World War

Sons of Sixth Machine Gun Battalion Veterans


~ Special Feature ~
Day by Day through
France & Germany
with A.R. Appenheimer,
Muleskinner with the
6th Machine Gun Battalion.


The Farm & Sorghum Mill of
Alpheus & America Appenheimer





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You are invited to join The Appenheimer Family Discussion Forum ("AppenDiscuss" for short). If you are a member of the Appenheimer clan, or have a particular interest in the family of Alpheus Appenheimer, you are welcome to join us. The process is simple, and there is no charge.

I have set up this forum for the purpose of facilitating the exchange of genealogical & historical information about the Appenheimer & related families. Several members of our family are actively engaged in researching the family history, and many others among us have a long-standing interest in it. I believe this forum will eventually prove useful in the exchange of information, anecdotes, memories & current news, and could become especially useful in enabling us to pool our informational resources and memories. Please be assured that joining this forum in no way obligates you to participate. You are free simply to listen in.

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I am trying to contact family members to apprise them of the existence of this site and invite them to join the discussion forum, but I have almost no one's email address. If you know of any family members with email who would be interested in this site, either notify them of this site's URL address or send me their email address and I will send them an invitation.

Thanks,
BJ Omanson
skipper@labyrinth.net


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