Join Us, Sat. May 6, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Lutheran Heritage Center for a one day family research workshop. Our research team, including renowned family researcher, Ken F. Craft will gather in our state-of-the-art Starzinger Family Research Library for sessions on Your German Family Tree, the resources we have available in our library, DNA Research updates, and there will be time reserved for 1:1 personal research time with our experts. The small fee of $30. includes a homemade boxed lunch, photocopies, and professional research support.
The number of participants will be limited so give us a call today! A phone call will hold your spot in the workshop and a registration packet will be mailed to you after we receive your phone reservation. (573) 824-6070 or (573) 579-8807
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Looking forward to attending and meeting everyone there. See you very soon!
Hi, I saw the flyer concerning your genealogy workshop. I am new to genealogy and have hit a roadblock finding information on relatives from the Perry County area. I am wondering if you will have information that may help. I have already sought help from the Perry county historical society without results. Thanks
Nancy, we will try. Please send your research questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our research team will get back with you.
Hi Carla, Thank you so much for you quick response. I am researching the family of Harold and Sophia Lorenz Graff. I know that Sophia was born in Perryville in 1900 and died in 1959. Her parents were Henry A.C. Lorenz and Abigail (Abbie) Radcliff. Abbie was born in Illinois in 1861 and died in Perryville in 1957. I have her parents names but can not trace them. Her father was either James or John Ratcliff and her mother was Minerva Marsh or Minerva Read. I think they lived in Illinois too. I don’t know if Abbie had any siblings. Sophia and Harold lived in Lithium, Mo. Harold’s father was Albert Graff and his grandfather was John F Graff, I believe he was born in Germany around1828. His wife was Elizabeth Ellis. He died in Perryville in 1876. I am new to genealogy and love it but have trouble connecting the dots. Thank you