Other Family Pages
- Online Java Family Tree - Very neat; may be slow to load. Let’s you see the relationships between people visually
- Jim Walters - This is the gentleman that helped me gather up the Parmalee information. He has a beautiful website with everything from military records to an original map of the land alotments in Guilford, CT.
- Photomatt - Matt, the creator of this website, has a personal site with his collected writings, photographs, scripts, and music.
General Genealogy Sites
If you find anything new or interesting, drop me an email!!
- Census Online
- Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - excellent site! It's really just a whole lot of links to other sites, but you can find a lot there!
- FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service
- Genealogy.net - German genealogy
- Genealogy Portal
- Genealogy Gateway
- Lineages, Inc.
- National Archives and Records Administration - limited military records
- Surname Web
- Texas State Library and Archives - Texas State Archives website. Nice folks, and very helpful!
- The USGenWeb Project
These sites are specific sources for information on various members of the family. I'll try to put who's records are on what site.
- The Texas State Archives website - William S. Mullenweg & Henry Mullenweg's Spanish American War Records
- The Hamburg passenger lists - Nobody yet, but we're still looking!
- American Family Immigration History Center - beaucoups Clesi's and Hageney's here! A real treasure trove of information about all of the passengers that came through Ellis Island.
- The Galveston Passenger Lists - Wilhelm and Christian Muhlenweg and their families are here. You have to get a log in for the site, but it's free.
- The Contessa Entellina website - Lots and lots of Clesi's there! I'm coordinating with the owner to get us up there.
- The Handbook of Texas Online
According to the passenger lists of the bark Franziska, the Muhlenwegs came from 'Heepen, Bielefeld Co., Westfalen District'. Here's a couple of German sites that will help place that in your mind!
- Germany: wunderbar - this is a generic German link, but it's pretty neat! I especially like the interactive maps.
- Bielefeld - well, here's the district itself, and it's right on the Teutoburg Forest in the North Rhine area of Germany. If you go to the map and click once to the right, you'll see Heepen itself - all the way down to street level!