Wilhelm Kemendics' Korner
Wilhelm Kemendics, GRHS VC, has interest in several of the families of Worms. He lives near Vienna Austria, and is deeply involved with his church and research. So Wilhelm comes as a natural talent to the corps of VCs [for Worms of course] at GRHS. He delves deeply into records, both with the LDS films, and direct contact with Archives in Europe in his chase for these ancestors record trails. He willingly shares the product of his dedicated labor, and enjoys collecting and wearing his NFL jerseys.
This gives the original settlers as in 1816 and the ones that are still in Worms in 1858. I have added the married sons from the 1858 census because they are the " future " Heads of households. Then I´ve tried to link the marriages among the settlers. The green background marks the ones that are to be found under the 1816 house numbering system and the red background marks the system from 1858. When I have been able to trace the family back to Germany ( # 5 ) I have added the place in blue, right under the family head. The rest of the coloring is not important, this is just some help to me.
The following information is from my WoRoBaden.xls file
The color key to these files are as follows:
- The black # means the family is found in the WORMS 1816 census under this number
- The blue # means the family is found in the WORMS 1858 census under this number
- The green # means the family is found in the ROHRBACH 1816 census under this number