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Name: Grant Lindner <glindner1@charter.net>
Date: 2014-02-01
Comments:
Hi great site. I am looking for info on my grandfathers family from the Erfurt Germany area. My grandfather Edwin Lindner emigrated in the 1920's, and settled in Poynette, Wisconsin

 

Name: Henry Lindner Jr <henrylindner@yahoo.com>
Date: 2014-01-10
Comments:
I live in Houston, my father Henry Lindner Sr. was born in Port Bolivar, Texas in 1910. His father Frank LIndner born 1865 came to the US. in the 1880's from Kirrweiler, Germany in Rhine Valley. He survived Galveston Storm in 1990, but lost his first wife and 4 daughters. He returned to Kirrweiler and married my grandmother Elizabeth Hund (born 1889) in 1907. Frank Lindner and family moved to Jacksonville in East Texas in 1913 where he and my father and 2 sisters Margaret and Elizabeth lived the rest of their lives.
 

Name: Deborah Lintner <dabrug@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-10-27
Comments:
Love Your site - My grandfather was the late Charles M. Lintner, (Circleville, pa) son of John and Catherine Lintner.
Would appreciate any info you can give me on my great grandparents linage.

 

Name: Deborah Lintner <dabrug@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-10-27
Comments:
Love Your site - My grandfather was the late Charles M. Lintner, (Circleville, pa) son of John and Catherine Lintner.
Would appreciate any info you can give me on my great grandparents linage.

 

Name: James Brewer <jimb1442@msn.com>
Date: 2013-07-12
Comments:
Hi: I am trying to locate a Lindner family that I visited in Blakehurst NSW AU. I was able to visit the family in 1963 while in the US Navy. I do not remember the given names of Mr. and Mrs. Lindner but the oldest daughter was/is Karen and the next oldest was Susan. I lost contact in the late 60's and have had little luck over the years in locating them. There were also another daughter and son in the family. If anyone has any information please try to connect with me. Thanks.

 

Name: Richard Noll <anollogy@aol.com>
Date: 2013-01-08
Comments:
Looking for any information on Conrad Lindner born about 1800 that Married Elizabeth Noll and moved to Albany NY.

Very much like the stories about Christmas and the histories you have shown here. What courage it must have taken to move to another country 4000 miles away and say you are going to leave everything you have known, or the place you lived was horrible because those who were in power made it so.

 

Name: Richard Noll <anollogy@aol.com>
Date: 2013-01-08
Comments:
Looking for any information on Conrad Lindner born about 1800 that Married Elizabeth Noll and moved to Albany NY.

Very much like the stories about Christmas and the histories you have shown here. What courage it must have taken to move to another country 4000 miles away and say you are going to leave everything you have known, or the place you lived was horrible because those who were in power made it so.

 

Name: Richard Noll <anollogy@aol.com>
Date: 2013-01-08
Comments:
Looking for any information on Conrad Lindner born about 1800 that Married Elizabeth Noll and moved to Albany NY.

Very much like the stories about Christmas and the histories you have shown here. What courage it must have taken to move to another country 4000 miles away and say you are going to leave everything you have known, or the place you lived was horrible because those who were in power made it so.

 

Name: Daniel Lindner <Danno8374@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-17
Comments:
Greetings from Connecticut. My grandfather was Will Lindner from Iowa and my Dad, Mike Lindner was born in Stanton Iowa. Great website, I love the family crest!

Dan

 

Name: Lu Ann Raber <rockerlu54@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-16
Comments:
Grandpa was Harry Linter, son of Jacob Linter. Jacob's dad was William Linder who came from Bavaria and settled in Minden NY.
 

Name: Pawel Jedrzejewski <pjsloniu@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-04-13
Comments:
My grandfather is Balthasar Linder was born in 1860 in Dobromil. In the years 1885-1888 he traveled with his wife Maria to the United States.
There are children born to them:
Karolina Linder was born in Trenton,
Josephine Linder (Maruer married name) was born in Trenton,
Franszek Linder was born in Mahannoy City Pensyllvania and was baptized there.

Before 1900 they returned to Polish to build a house.

My grandfather had a brother Balthasar Jacob Linder Linder, which again left with her daughter Josephine to the United States in 1903. I found this information on the list of passengers of a ship sailing to New York.

Parents of Balthasar Linder are Johann Linder and Marie Stock - in the years 1850-1900 they lived in the city Dobromil (now Ukraine) in the German colony of Rosenburg (Pietnice now in Ukraine).

Looking for any information about this branch of my family tree. I want to find great-grandfather's family.

Best regards!

Paul Jedrzejewski, POLAND, Debica.

 

Name: Craig Edward Lindner <clindner@usa.net>
Date: 2011-12-21
Comments:
Great-great grandfather: Julius Lindner (Waldenberg)
Great-great grandmother: Pauline Procanor
Great grandfather: Franz Frederick Herman Lindner b.2/21/1884
Great grandmother: Ida A. Lindner b.11/2/1888
Grandfather: Carl A. Lindner b. 2/17/1917
Grandmother: Edith Ball b. 12/24/1919

 

Name: Jessica Lindner Tracy <Jessica.Tracy@xerox.com>
Date: 2011-12-19
Comments:
Merry Christmas to all my family near and far!
 

Name: YVETTE LINDNER <YVETTELINDNER@YAHOO.COM>
Date: 2011-07-15
Comments:
LOOKING FOR ANY LINKS TO WILLIAM JOHN LINDNER (MY GRANDFATHER) OF SALINEVILLE OHIO, DIED IN ILLINOIS. HIS PARENTS WERE WILLIAM JOHN LINDNER AND NOLA LINDNER. i HAVE NO OTHER INFORMATION. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
 

Name: Jill Zinck <Jillzinck@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-07-12
Comments:
My great grandmother was caroline linder from germany she married viggo anthony nielsen from denmark who was in germany making boots for the army.they immigrated to n.y.in the 1800s, later part had 2 daughters the youngest was my grandmother Vivian who married robert gilbert cumberland, my father was their first son robert viggo cumberland they are listed in 1920 census in maspeth, queens,n.y. I live in connecticut, waterbury. I really have not traced the Linder line yet. Thanks fort all your hard work. Jill Zinck
 

Name: Dorthe Lindner <dobo@youseeme.dk>
Date: 2011-04-03
Comments:
Here is some info from Denmark about the danish Lindners
JOhan Frederik Ernst Lindner comes to Denmark from Merdorf Erfurt Germany
And this is his son

Ernst Thorwald LINDNER was born on 27 Oct 1857 in København, , Danmark. He died on 17 Aug 1931. He was a Blikkenslager.
He was married to Caroline DELEURAN on 11 May 1889. Children were: Ernst Abraham LINDNER, Emma Caroline LINDNER , Emma Marie Caroline LINDNER, Åge LINDNER, Johann Frederik LINDNER, Ida LINDNER, Åge Johann LINDNER, Thyra LINDNER, Judith Edith LINDNER, Martha LINDNER, Rosa Caroline LINDNER, Julie Elisabeth LINDNER, Thorvald Ernst LINDNER .
Do you know any of them please do contact me



 

Name: Jeff Lintner <jeff.lintner@sfgov,org>
Date: 2011-01-04
Comments:
Carol, I believe I can help you on your search for this branch of the Lintner line. I tried to email you, but my message was bounced back. Scroll down to postings from Kathy Hobbs (you will have to look back a few years) and I think you will find what/who you are looking for. Good luck.
 

Name: Angela Lintner <Lintner03@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-01-02
Comments:
Great-great-great (possibly one more 'great'? Maybe one too many...not sure) grand-daughter of Casper Lintner. Just looking into family history before heading to Germany this summer. Hello family!! :)
 

Name: William E Lintner <wlintner@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-12-27
Comments:
cool website I'm from Ontario Canada and didn't relize their was so many Lintners and even a town
 

Name: Dianna Lintner <diannalin845@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-10-31
Comments:
I have a German family Bible with Lindner name inscribed on cover, hard to read, and books from 1880'S-1950's with Lintner and family members names written inside as they were passed down several generations. Many maiden names included. Lintner names include Marcus, Paul, and William in Ohio and Florida. Family members do not know genealogy.
 

Name: Dave Lanara <MR4440@AOL.COM>
Date: 2010-08-23
Comments:
The Linder shotgun was also especially built for J.P. Lower, Denver Colorado gunsmith and dealer, 1872 - 1917. His 1887 catalog has this shotgun on the first page, costing 200 dollars at the time. They are engraved with Lower's name in the banners on the side plates and on top of the barrel. They look nearly identical to the shotguns Linder made for Daly. See www.davelanara.homestead.com, go to the history section to see the shotgun. Mr. Lower was very pleased with this piece.
 

Name: Carol Jantunen <cjantunen@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-06-30
Comments:
I am looking for 1/2 siblings of my father. One of his sisters was a Pearl Mae Phillips Lintner b. 5-11-1896. She was born in Nebraska and her husband is James Harvey Lintner b. 5-23-1884. They had 5 children Ruth Mae, Arthur Charles, Opal Amanda, Loretta Eleanor and Katherine. I have been trying for years to find Pearl Mae's descendants but have had no luck. Pearl had 2 brothers John and Thomas.
 

Name: Rebecca White <racwhite@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-06-29
Comments:
I sent you an email. We may be related!
 

Name: Lou Hacker <shadow148@aol. com>
Date: 2010-04-26
Comments:
Hi, I am looking for any information on Gertrude Lindner b. 1827 in Germany. Gertrude came to the US in 1849 (per census question) and married Conrad Hacker. Their first child, Adam E. Hacker was born 1853, Buffalo, NY and sometime after that they moved to Albany, NY. Gertrude resided in Albany until her death in 1919. Gertrude's father was John Lindner and her mother was Elizabeth Noll.
 

Name: Mike Moiser <mr.mojo1957@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-03-21
Comments:
I've been searching for my old friend Thomas Matthew Lindner. WE graduated from Riverview Gardens High in 1976 and went in the air force together. I have lost contact with him over the years and would like to find him again. Thank you
 

Name: Sandra Lindner-Turner <sandralt55555@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-02-13
Comments:
Growing up never knew anyone with the name Lindner. Nice to know there are more out there!
 

Name: George Edward Lindner 3rd <gel3@gmx.com>
Date: 2009-12-28
Comments:
My mame is George E lindner 3rd and i would like to find out about my family history if anyone can help me my addresss is, 2 Nina street Asheville NC. 28804 thank you
 

Name: James Lintner <lintners@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-12-10
Comments:
Any relation to Edmund Jacob Lintner 1700's
 

Name: Lisa Lindner Hoffs <dahoffs@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-11-24
Comments:
Lucian John Lindner 1874-1959 (Germany,Milwaukee)Immigrated 1885, wife Rose (Sobieski/Lindner/Cross) 9kids: (Milwaukee-Chicago) Joeseph(b.1899), Hadwig(b.1901), Emma(b.1904), Wanda(b.1905), Roman(b.1907), Arthur Paul(1909-1992)(wife Estelle Belz-Chicago), Raymond, Daniel(b.1913), Rose(b.1915)
 

Name: Darin Lintner <dl24754@windstream.net>
Date: 2009-09-25
Comments:
Syracuse, NE, son of Myron Faye and Edna Darlene Scott-Lintner Sidney Ia, son of Albert and Agnes Lintner of Fremont, NE.
Brothers Kevin Dean, Loren Faye, Patrick Gayle.

Fun to find someone that cares

 

Name: Barbara (nee Von Linden) levesque <kathezzz@aol.com>
Date: 2009-06-25
Comments:
Hi:
My ggrandfather came to the usa about 1865 his name was Lewis Von Linden does that mean I may belong to your family he lived in Prussia Germany.

 

Name: Steven MERRIS Friend <smf2@earthlonk.net>
Date: 2009-06-11
Comments:
MY GRANDPARENTS LIVED AND FARMED FOR 47 YEARS IN
LINTNER. ILL. I'M GLAD TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR FAMILY HISTORY.
I'VE BLAYED MANY A DAY AT THE FARM.
WOULD YOU HAVE ANY PICTURES YOU COULD SHARE OF LINTNER?
THANKS STEVE FRIEND

 

Name: James Lintner <lintners@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-05-14
Comments:
Anyone have any knowledge of Lintner prior to Edmund Jacob Lintner
 

Name: Josee Lindner <josee1969@att.net>
Date: 2009-01-09
Comments:
Hi Lindners! Looking for any Lindners from Pennsylvania.
 

Name: Shirlee Anne Lindner <benathan @seol.net.au>
Date: 2008-04-03
Comments:
Hi from Australia again. In a short amount of time I have found my grandmothers parents, although not there birthdates, etc. They were Edward Lindner and Pauline Louisa Bertha Huckle - although Paulines mom was a Litner. My grans sisters were Lyddia, Doris, Flory and brother Edward. Apparently I have been writing grans name backward and it is Auguste Bertha Elizabeth.
I have really enjoyed going through the recorlds in the ancestry.com and found it interesting.

 

Name: Shirlee Anne Lindner <benathan @seol.net.au>
Date: 2008-04-03
Comments:
hi again. I forgot to say my grandmothers name.
She was Elizabeth Bertha Augusta(e) Lindner she lived with her sisters and they helped bring my dad up until she married a Marc Sullivan in Bordertown SA Australia. My dad is Robert Henry Lindner and has 6 children with Valmae Joan Baker.

 

Name: Shirlee Anne Lindner <benathan @seol.net.au>
Date: 2008-04-03
Comments:
Hi, I am from Kingston a coastal town in South Australia Australia. I have been trying to find information on my grandmother but have been limited, plus my dad does not know his father so again it limits my investigation. I was just wondering through all the items under Lindner so thought I would have a look. My grandmothers family of course come from Germany and settled in Balakava in Sth Australia. Gran gave dad her last name and thus we are named for her family name.
 

Name: Sabrina Lintner <sabrink@gmail.com>
Date: 2008-03-19
Comments:
Hi Lintners!!!!
 

Name: Sabrina Lintner <sabrink@gmail.com>
Date: 2008-03-19
Comments:
Hi Lintners!!!!
 

Name: Michael Lintner <lintner.michael@gmail.com>
Date: 2008-03-19
Comments:
LINTNERS FROM VA! MICHAEL & SABRINA
 

Name: Gregory M. Lintner <shadowrider01@verizon.net>
Date: 2008-03-17
Comments:
Howdy All!! from the Washington D.C. / Wisconsin / Texas Lintner's
 

Name: Gregory M. Lintner <shadowrider01@verizon.net>
Date: 2008-03-17
Comments:
Howdy All!! from the Washington D.C. / Wisconsin / Texas Lintner's
 

Name: Gregory M. Lintner <shadowrider01@verizon.net>
Date: 2008-03-17
Comments:
Howdy All!! from the Washington D.C. / Wisconsin / Texas Lintner's
 

Name: Kody Lintner <liquid_lintner3068@hotmail.com>
Date: 2008-02-10
Comments:
Canada?
 

Name: david john lindner <lindnerdj1@msn.com>
Date: 2008-01-22
Comments:
looking for family tree
 

Name: Julie <jewels7075@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-28
Comments:
I'm researching a LINDNER (aka Linder or Linderer) who immigrated to Victoria, Australia. Carolina Louisa Matilda LINDNER immigrated with her husband Augustus Andrew Fritsch, and four children (Albert, Gustav Augustus Andrew, Maria Theresa Louisa, and Carl Augustus) to Victoria in 1849 onboard the Wappaus. They were apparently from 'Naumburg am Queis, Silesia' or 'Schwartenburg' in Germany. So far I have yet to trace the family back further so please contact me if you have any leads! Cheers!
 

Name: Donald Lindner <dalindn@frontiernet.net>
Date: 2007-11-10
Comments:
I have been on your site several times, and found it very interesting. My great grandfather, Michael Lindner, came over from Posen in about 1882. He was married to Wilhelmine Weil. They and Fredrick Lindner, my grandfather, settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have hit a brick wall trying to fine immigration records and where in Posen they came from. I would like any help that anyone could give me.
Thank You

 

Name: TRACY LINDNER <hootbug_09@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-03
Comments:
HELLO ALL THE LINDNERS OUT THERE! IM INTERESTED IN ANY INFO ON ANY LINDNERS FROM ILL MAINLY SOUTHERN ILL.I KNOW SOME OF MY ANCESTORS CAME FROM GERMANY BUT NOT SURE OF WHERE AND WHO. I THINK MY G-G- GRANDMA EMMA LINDNER CAME FROM THERE. ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT.NEAT WEBSITE
 

Name: Marie Lintner <nipper100@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-08-10
Comments:
P.S. I am Jeff Lintner's daughter. He signed this guestbook, but didn't tell me that it existed! Maybe he'll read this.
 

Name: Marie Lintner <nipper100@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-08-10
Comments:
wow! This is really cool! we're all related. Well, Hello my long lost family. Thanks for the website!
 

Name: Maria Cristina Lindner Costa <vilarsantos@netc.pt>
Date: 2007-07-19
Comments:
I am a Lindner in Portugal. My Grandmother came from Breslau in Germany (now Wroclaw, in Poland)before the Second World War. I think her name was Frieda Selma Lindner (also Costa after marriage). She had several brothers and sisters, but I do not know any names. There was a nephew that came to Portugal after the war and spent here some time with my grandmother and my mother. My mother´s name was Lisette. If by any chance anyone of you knows something that may have a connection with this story and my relatives, please contact me.
 

Name: Michael Lindner <mike0985@comcast.net>
Date: 2007-05-29
Comments:
Born in Atlantic City,NJ, to Harman Frederick Lindner and Helen Lindner--Harman was son of August AND Vivien Lindner;BROTHER TO JACK, JOE, AND WILLIAM.August was related to Abbotts of New York State.They had emigrated fro Germany late 1800's. Anyone know anything?
 

Name: Jeri Loose <loose214@tds.net>
Date: 2007-04-28
Comments:
Looking for any descendants of Gustav Herbert Linder and Johanna Charlotte Wolf Lindner. They were my grandparents. There children were Gisela Johanna Lindner, Herbert Gunter Lindner, Herbert Reiner Lindner, Rosemarie Karin Lindner, Klaus Peter Lindner. They were from Chemnitz. I have a book with all their birth records as well as my grandparents death records. My mother, Gisela Johanna is now deceased. My mother and I came to America but last I heard my relatives are still in Germany. I am looking for them. Any info appreciated.
 

Name: Mary Hiatt <luvasheep@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-04-16
Comments:
My grandfather, Joseph Lindner, was born in 1883 in Woppenhof, Bavaria. He emigrated in 1907, settling in Southern California.
 

Name: Celeste Klose <klose.celeste@saugov.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2007-04-03
Comments:
Lindners came to Australia too! My G-G-Great-Grandmother was Johanna Rosine Lindner(b.1821 d.1858) and married my G-G-Great-Grandfather Carl Gottlieb Heinrich Klose(b.1830 d.1905)in Prussia (Liegnitz, I think) before they emigrated to South Australia in 1855. She had 4 children before dying presumably through bearing children. I know nothing more of her family. Can anyone help?
 

Name: Stephen Lintner <stephenlintner@hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-13
Comments:
Lintners from Canada
 

Name: Robert Nichol <rnichol01@aol.com>
Date: 2007-01-19
Comments:
Looking for relations ship with my grandfather Thomas Lintner Nichol b.1873 They were from Butler Co Ohio. Not sure how we were linked to the Lintner family. His mother was Anna Maria Carr. Can you help with a link
 

Name: Arnold Lindner <alindner@CFW.com>
Date: 2006-12-31
Comments:
Great site. My grandfather is Max Arthur Lindner from Sachsen, Germany, his father was Carl Bernard Lindner from Chemnitz, Germany.
 

Name: Sorel <feonixrift@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-27
Comments:
Even though I don't share the name, I found this site thoroughly fascinating. The connections are beautifully well founded.
 

Name: Michael Lintner <lintner.michael@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-12
Comments:
Hello Lintners!
 

Name: Cristina Beatriz Lindner <cristynaples@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
This is really cool. All I know is that my parents are from Cuba, my Granfather was Austrian and migrated to Cuba where he met my grandmother and lived there until he died. Leaving my father and grandmother great wealth. When Fidel Castro took over they fled Cuba to Washington D.C. then of course ending up in Florida.
 

Name: Cristina Beatriz Lindner <cristynaples@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
This is really cool. All I know is that my parents are from Cuba, my Granfather was Austrian and migrated to Cuba where he met my grandmother and lived there until he died. Leaving my father and grandmother great wealth. When Fidel Castro took over they fled Cuba to Washington D.C. then of course ending up in Florida.
 

Name: Fredrick D. Lindner <flindner@mscd.edu>
Date: 2006-09-21
Comments:
I am Fredrick Dale Lindner, named after my great grandfather Frederick Lindner. My family also has several Williams and Bill names. I believe this William Frederick Lindner of your search is also of my line.
 

Name: Greg Lintner <gdlint@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-15
Comments:
DOB 05/1950 Massillon, OH /Father: William, Mother: Olive
Interested in the Lintner history

 

Name: Amy Krois-Lindner <delphin.krois@dolphin.at>
Date: 2006-07-04
Comments:
enjoyed looking at your site -- my maiden name was Lindner- My father's father came to NY from Chemnitz, Germany.
best wishes!

 

Name: Sherrill Linthicum <davidlinthicum@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-02
Comments:
Greetings!

I am researching the family line of Thomas Lindner (1763-1812)m. Maria Magdalena Lindner nee Sensenderfer. I believe one of his sons is Solomon Lindner (1800-1845). One of his wives was Anna Herbster - really searching for info on her and also second wife - Eva Hurst (1813-1882). I am trying to determine who is the mother of Mary Ann Bankes nee Lindner (1835-1898)....does anyone have ANY information on the above or any of the family of the above. I'd appreciate it!!! I have some info on children of Thomas and Maria... Thanks!

 

Name: joel lintner <joel_lintner@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-06-24
Comments:
My father, Howard Lintner, was born in Loyal WI in 1914. His father, Ray, was adopted by a family in nearby Abbotsford and given Lintner as a sur name. I believe my great grandfather was named Bernard. He died long before I was born. I am interested in any information about Bernard
 

Name: Michael Davis <cardsinstl@aol.com>
Date: 2006-06-12
Comments:
I purchased a walnut washstand from a thrift shop recently and it is marked William Lintner and Co. Decatur, IL. I am looking for any information about when the company was in business.
 

Name: Richard Lintner <rlintnr@earthlink.com>
Date: 2006-05-16
Comments:
My "roots" are from the central Wisconsin area. Our "oral" history concerns my father's side of the family. Supposedly two brothers (my father's grandfather and his brother) came to America just before our Civil War. They apparently enlisted in the Union Army. Following their discharge they got a land grant in what is now the Miami, Fla area. They relocated to central Wisconsin and had a general store. There is a CHARLES B LINTNER listed by the Wi State Historical Society (in Madison) as served with Company A, Twenty Ninth Infantry from Marshall Wi 8-14-62 to 7-28-63, died disease, Vicksburg MS.
 

Name: Alfred E. Sullivan <sullynd52@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-04
Comments:
I am Al Sullivan whose mother was a Lintner. The following comments are in addition to my previous entry. My grandfather Jacob Lintner also had a brother Peter Lintner who remained in the Mahoney City, Pa area. He had children who also spelt their last names Linder, Lindner, Litner and Limtner.
 

Name: Alfred E. Sullivan <sullynd52@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-03
Comments:
My Mother was Mary Anne Lintner who was born in Austria. At age three (1886) her parents came to the USA and settled in Mahoney City, Pennslyvanis. A few years later they moved to Torrington, Connecticut. I have visited the Austrian town of SCHWAZ in the Tyrol where there are a large number of LINTNERS, AES
 

Name: Susen Lindner <sl8725@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-01
Comments:
Greetings to all the wonderful "Lindner's" out there...
stand tall and proud

 

Name: Aniko Lintner <liin@freemail.hu>
Date: 2006-01-27
Comments:
Érdekes (Interesting) :-)
 

Name: Susan Lindner <lilsuzq@msn.com>
Date: 2006-01-23
Comments:
My maiden name is Lindner, so I will always be a Lindner!
 

Name: Dave Lintner <lintnd@chartermi.net>
Date: 2005-12-31
Comments:
Angela Lintner. Please contact me as Ihave the information you are looking for on medical records.
 

Name: Dave Lintner <lintnd@chartermi.net>
Date: 2005-12-29
Comments:
Great site. I may have found a cousin that is looking for information on family. It is all worth the time to post information.
Good searching and "happy new year for 2006"
David Richard Lintner

 

Name: Norman Ouellette <npo10@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-10-24
Comments:
Maternal ancestry(Nicknair/Nickner/Nicner/Lindner) originated from just inside of old East Germany. Would like more concrete info on ancestry there, tho I know some records were burned. Can you help??
 

Name: Harry Richard (Rick) Nichols <rngn428@msn.com>
Date: 2005-08-21
Comments:
Grandson of Clara Anna Lindner. b.3/2/1890 in Phila.,Pa.
Great grandson of Julius Theodore Lindner, b.circa 1839 & Anna Marie Catherine Kappellmann, b.circa 1850, of Leipzig,Germany.
They are buried together at Northwood Cemetary,Phila., Pa.


 

Name: David Porter <the4ofus@ix.netcom.com>
Date: 2005-07-19
Comments:
I am looking for a family in Lindners that came out of Silesia/Slask/Sachsen. As near as I can read the latin of the son's (Alfred's) marriage entry, the parents names are Heinrich L. and Elisabeth (Filloth) Lindner. They had sons Hermann, Heinrich, and Alfred Johan; and a daughter. I have photos of this family. (The father wears some sort of award on his suit.) Alfred Johan Lindner was born in Hugo-Hutte, Sachsen, 16 Aug 1887. As a youth, he shipped out on the SS Cordelia as crew and left that ship in San Francisco in 1914. He named his first son Alfred John Lindner and his second Carl Thomas Lindner. Among the old photos is one labeled "our place" and shows a funiture store (I think) in Lignitz. I don't know if this was a Lindner establishment or just some family friend's. I would live to hear from anyone who knows about the Linders of this area or who finds similar names in their family. Thanks.
 

Name: Clayton Lindner <claytonlindner@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-07-04
Comments:
Cool website I really like the crests. Good research.
 

Name: Ron Strouse <StrouseSantee@aol.com>
Date: 2005-04-09
Comments:
My great-grandfather Daniel Santee's sister, Rebecca Santee, was married to William Lindner 12.9.1856 in Drums, Luzerne County, PA. They are buried in the St. John's Lutheran & Reformed Cemetery in St. John's (formerly Hughesville, Luzerne Co., PA. William's date of burial is 1915, Rebecca's 1907. Would like to know if they had children.
 

Name: Marilyn Black <coolop7@comcast.net>
Date: 2005-02-28
Comments:
Great site, enjoyed all you have. I am trying to find my Lintner branch of the tree.
 

Name: coral henley <baroness60@yahoo.com.au>
Date: 2005-02-25
Comments:
hello to all you lindners out there my maiden name is lindner from balaklava south australia i been doing some family history on my fathers side of the family. it is very interesting to know where our forefathers came from.
i would like to know a bit more about my fathers great grand father AUGUST JOHANN HEINRICH LINDNER born 1815 germany HANOVER died 20 nov 1899 halbury south australia and his spouse FREDRICKA VEIT or VOIGHT born 1818 germany married 1842 died 25 feb 1899 hoylton or halbury south australia
if there is anyone in germany who has any information i would love to hear from you.or from any where.

 

Name: Jennifer Martino <em@il.com>
Date: 2005-02-06
Comments:
t h x
jenn martino

 

Name: GRANT LINDNER <GRANTLINDNER@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-01-30
Comments:
Hi great site. I am looking for info on my grandfathers family from the Erfurt Germany area. My grandfather Edwin Lindner emigrated in the 1920's, and settled in Poynette, Wisconsin
 

Name: theodor lindner <theodorlindner@terra.com.br>
Date: 2004-11-22
Comments:
dear lindners,

please have a look at my website: www.theodorlindner.com, which features my (german)art gallery in rio de janeiro.

regards from brazil!

theodor

 

Name: Susyn <lindner03@verizon.net>
Date: 2004-10-17
Comments:
This is the strangest thing! I have a tree in my backyard which I believe may be and "Linden" tree and was searching for photos to help identify it. One of the links brought me to this sight. The strange part is that I am marrying into the "Lindner" family in a few months! What a happy coincidence it was to stumble upon this site. I've enjoyed poking around and I'm sure I'll be returning soon.
 

Name: Steve Davis <Sdavis1222@charter.net>
Date: 2004-09-16
Comments:
Looking for any info on the Lindner in Polk County Tenn.
Frederick E. Lindner was my ggggrandfather.

 

Name: Patrick A. Lindner <pndlindner@earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-07-29
Comments:
I was looking for information on my grandparents when I came across your site. I like the site very much. If anyone has information on John Oscar or Oscar John Lindner, wifes name was Dorothy Graff. My father name was Andrew Patrick Lindner, born in Kings Co.,(Brooklyn), N.Y., around 1903-1906. He died in St. Louis, Mo., June 1965. Legend has it that my grandfather owned a hat shop in New York City and he was an interpreter at the United Nations. He and his wife came to America around the turn of the century. If anyone has any information please contact me at my e-mail address.
Thank very much Mary Ann Lindner Allen.

 

Name: Webmaestro <webmaestro@ivillage.com>
Date: 2004-07-22
Comments:
Very nice and useful website. Please visit my website!!! :)


http://www.metropolis5000.com

 

Name: Gerald R. Lintner <gerald@accessus.net>
Date: 2004-06-07
Comments:
GREAT WEB SITE
 

Name: r. w. (lee) lintner <lintner1@cox.net>
Date: 2004-04-06
Comments:
I like it
 

Name: Marilyn Black <coolop7@comcast.net>
Date: 2004-03-17
Comments:
Great site. Us Lindner/Lintners'need to stick together.
I am looking for information on my grandfather Julius Lintner. I presume born around 1885 since my mother was born in 1909.

 

Name: Kristen <Homer0816@aol.com>
Date: 2004-01-19
Comments:
Hi my name is Kristen and your site rocks keep up the good work.
 

Name: Anna Marie Lindner-Irvin <angirvin@socket.net>
Date: 2004-01-02
Comments:
I am looking for anything about my grandparents. John & Gladys Lindner from the St.Louis, Mo. area.
 

Name: Diogo Lindner <seco_l@mail.ufsm.br>
Date: 2003-11-28
Comments:
Perdoem-me por escrever em português... (meu conhecimento de inglês e alemão é muito rudimentar)
O site é muito interessante... encontrei o mesmo por acaso quando buscava informações sobre a família Lindner (que é bastante numerosa aqui no Brasil). Gostaria de saber qual o grau de parentesco entre os Lindner estadunidenses e os brasileiros, imagino que as origens devem ser as mesmas...

Ass: Diogo
Santa Maria - RS - Brazil

 

Name: Lindner Fabian <Fabian_Lindner@web.de>
Date: 2003-11-24
Comments:
Hi!
My dad and I are serching for Johann Lindner, who emigrated to America in 1868, together with his brother. The name of this brother is unknown. We have no information where exactly he went to. He was from a small village called Woppenhof, near to Wernberg in the Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany. In the same year, Therese Pösl, also from Woppenhof, emigrated to America. Maybe there is a connection, but this is uncertain.

If you can provide any kind of information, please contact me.

Thank you for your help!

 

Name: Kathy Hobbs <khobbs20@mchsi.com>
Date: 2003-11-07
Comments:
I just checked the guestbook and seen I did not have my new email address posted. So here it is now. khobbs20@mchsi.com
 

Name: Reed Lindner <rlindner@conroe.isd.tenet.edu>
Date: 2003-10-26
Comments:
I enjoyed visiting your site. I was speaking to my students about family origins, meaning of names, etc . . . but couldn't answer any questions about my own family. Thanks for the fun site! Having grown up in a Texas oil family, I've never lived near any relatives, so I had no stories to relate to my own children. This site has made their day.

Reed Lindner

 

Name: wendy yahn <yahnburu@warwick.net>
Date: 2003-10-07
Comments:
MaryAnn sent me this web site - Many Thanks! - and I'm learning things already (spelling variations, trees and towns). I hope that I can find relatives of the siblings Herman, Anna & Molly Lindner...
 

Name: Chris Brown <chrisbrown1963@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-09-19
Comments:
I own a couple of oil paintings by the Austrian painter JULIUS LINDNER. I have been told Lindner was active as an artist around 1875 and specialised in landscapes and animals, as well as in copying the works of Friedrich Gauermann (presumably a better known artist).

Does anyone know any more about him?

 

Name: Helen Jackson <Jackson2714@comcast.net>
Date: 2003-09-17
Comments:
I have enjoyed this website for sometime. So, I decided that it was time to share my LINDNER information with everyone else.
My husband's great grandfather was Johann Carl Christian Gottlib LINDENR (better known as Charles) who was born in 1842 in Bremen, Germany. His parents were Christian Heinrich, b.1808 and Christine Elizabeth, nee Breitenbach, Lindner, born 1812 in Bremen. His siblings were:
Wilhelmine Emilie Bertha, b. 1835. She married Fritz BRAUNHOLD in ILL.

Carl Heinrich, b. 1836. We think he served in the Civil War from NY and then traveled to Kansas where his mother and brother were. Past that I know nothing about him! The elusive person in this family.
Anna Catharina Marie Elise, b. abot 1840. She died about 1844 in Bremen.
Charles is found in the 1860 Leavenworth, Kansas census living with his mother. He married Josephine UHRIG about 1868 and had 9 children, 6 survived. They moved about 1880 to St Louis, MO. One of the children was Minette Lindner, who was my husband's grandmother. She was born in 1879 in Leavenworth. She died in 1981 in Ephrata, WA. The rest of the children were Charles, Bertha, Catherine, Nellie and Edward.
So, the only one I don't know about is Carl Heinrich. I think he might have been in Leavenworth for a while after the war, but don't know that for sure. This has been a great search but there is more to learn, so I'll just keep looking.

Thanks again for a gret website.
Helen

 

Name: William L. Alsmeyer <Gatorbarb1@aol.com>
Date: 2003-08-19
Comments:
My Grandmother was Frances Lintner from Arlington, WI born July 24, 1868, who married Emanuel Carl Alsmeyer of Cottage Grove, WI
 

Name: Steve Mitnick <stmitnick@aol.com>
Date: 2003-07-31
Comments:
I'm looking for info on the spouse of Elkin Lintner. He name was Hinda (or Hilda) Kravitz. Their children were Jacob and Jennie Lintner of Woodbine, NJ. I have Some Lintner info on my site at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stevemitnick/index.html

Thanks.

Steve Mitnick

 

Name: Jeff Lintner <Jeff_Lintner@dph.sf.ca.us>
Date: 2003-07-01
Comments:
Looking for Lintners in the MN area who might be descended from George Albert Lintner, likely born in NY on 7/31/1867 and married Grace H. It is known they were living in Minneapolis, MN in 1898. Attached surname is Hutchinson. Any leads/connections helpful. Thanks!!
 

Name: Charles Kimberly Lintner <klintner@san.rr.com>
Date: 2003-05-24
Comments:
New to the site. My ggrandfather Charles Lintner settled in Ironton Ohio in the early 1900s. I'm curious to learn more.
 

Name: John Kennedy <JKennedy@uic.edu>
Date: 2003-05-16
Comments:
I've been looking for information about my gr.gr. grandmother who was a Lindner. And that search brought me to this great site. Her first name was almost certainly Magdalena and she was probably born around 1835 (plus or minus 10 years). She married Leonard Feustle who was born in Bavaria and eventually lived in Baltimore, MD. I believe that they probably married and emigrated together, but I've never been able to find passenger information for either of them. Does anyone have a Magdalena in their German family tree?
 

Name: William S. (Bill) Lintner <wslintner@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-03-31
Comments:
I ran across this website by searching google, very interesting that there is a town in Ill. named for one the greatest fams in the world:) I was born in Dallas in 1952 of Gerald Bruce and Ann Ingle. gf was James O. I don't right off hand remember the rest, but I do know I am descended from Casper from Alsace Lorraine.
 

Name: dawn cripps <dawnlily2009@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-15
Comments:
I was looking at my family tree and seen your name and thought maybe i could hear about my family.This computer thing is new to me.I am the grandaughter of Lillian





Gibbs her son was my father.I am his oldest daughter Dawn Lillian Gibbs Cripps.I just wanted to know about his andmy family. Sorry if i have bothered you .

 

Name: Claudia Day <tompaine525@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-07
Comments:
I have changed my email address. I'm still looking for information about Henry Lindner born about 1857-1867. He married Ida Behnke and had a daughter Ida Bertha Lindner born 1887 Marathon County, Wisconsin.
 

Name: Paul C. Lindner <Deputyman@Msn.Com>
Date: 2003-03-07
Comments:
Hello,
To all of the LINDNER/LINTNERS everywhere.My family roots started over in Germany,and immigrated to Butler Co. Ohio.
Just about all of the early immigrants are buried in Hamilton,Ohio in my family.Still trying to fiqure out where in Germany we came from.Any help would be appreciated.Thanks.Paul C. Lindner

 

Name: Thomas Edward Lindner <tom.lindner@jmfamily.com>
Date: 2003-02-18
Comments:
Just checking the site out...
 

Name: Richard Cooper <RCooper48@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2003-02-15
Comments:
Enjoyed the web-page very much. Harold Lintner was my grandfather. Stan Lintner is my uncle. Patricia Katherine Lintner married my father, Richard Carroll Cooper, who was descended from Charles Carroll of Carrolltown, Maryland. Charles Carroll signed the Declaration of Independence.
 

Name: Bob Lindner of Minnesota <robert.w.lindner@bencke.net>
Date: 2003-02-12
Comments:
Bob,
Many thanks for this web site!!! I will pass the
address on to my sister Marianne in Denver.
:-)
Bob Lindner

 

Name: Jerome Lindner <lindner@ccp.com`>
Date: 2003-01-21
Comments:
Great site. I love to visit it....
 

Name: Jeff Lintner <Jeff_Lintner@dph.sf.ca.us>
Date: 2003-01-21
Comments:
Mary Ann, Haven't posted in some time. Thanks again for all your efforts. And now for some Lintners...
George Lintner, Sr.(Georg Lindner) in Montgomery Co., NY town of Minden. Fought in Rev. War. Married Eliz. Hilbert. Oldest son Albert(us)has a son, George Ames Lintner a Lutheran minister has a son John Albert Lintner who becomes NY State Entomologist and marries Catherine Hutchison daughter of NY Supreme Justice. I descend from George Jr., then Charles, Sr. who takes the family to MO, Platte County near mid/late 1800s. Settles in Weston, Platte City. Then Charles, Jr. who reportedly rides for Pony Express, but more like a wagon delivery service. My grandfather was John Richard Lintner, farmer, WWI vet. My father, Robert recently died and my mother Joanne lives So. Cal and has 4 grandkids. I am more than willing to share information on my Lintner twig of the tree, as it were. Related surnames include: DOYLE, LIGHTFOOT, WALLIS, DRURY, FINK, GRINDALL, TRAVERS, WALRATH...

 

Name: Remco lintner <remco.lintner@lintner.nl>
Date: 2003-01-12
Comments:
Only had a few moments time, but likedyour site. We are from Rotterdam (Holland) and my grandfather from vienna. I am sorry but we still do not have a town named after us

Regards - Remco A. Lintner

 

Name: Juergen Grosshei-Lindner <jorgos@minotours.de>
Date: 2003-01-02
Comments:
Die Familie Lindner gründete 1789 in Lerbach/Harz den " LINDERHOF"
 

Name: Jeannette Sorensen <jsoren@actrix.co.nz>
Date: 2002-12-09
Comments:
I have just started my research for German ancestor August Adolph Julius Lindner who with his wife Auguste Hellmann came to Australia in the late 1870s. He settled in Mount Alford, Queensland. He was in the Franco-Russian war and was wounded at Orleans. He was married in Berlin 26th Dec 1875. He was born at Zullichau and his wife was born at some place called Altobrahanland as written on a birth certificate.August Lindner's father was Rudolph Julius Lindner and his mother was Henryette Ottilia Kittal.
Thank you for a site for Lindners. It is great.

 

Name: David Porter <david.porter@lmco.com>
Date: 2002-12-02
Comments:
Just in case this matches with anyone else's roots: I am researching Alfred John Lindner, born in Germany 16 April 1887. He came to the United States just before World War I. We believe we have found an Ellis Island entry record for him. It shows that he had been a resident of "Forsheim" (which is probably "Pforzheim") and arrived 25 Oct. 1914 at the age of 27. We suspect that this may have just been a mustering out point for him. Family lore says that he had served on a ship in the German Navy as an "engineer" and may have received some sort of medal. In the family files,
there is a picture of a man in a motorized wheelchair who addresses him as "Bruder" and signs his name Hermann. Linking the photos together as best we can, we find a family of 5: Father, Mother, Alphred, Hermann, Heinrich (engaged to Lehnchen), and sister. There are pictures that reference Liegnitz (now Legnica, Poland) with no names or writing. (e.g., "A picture of our business in Leignitz".) any and all leads are appreciated.

 

Name: Jerry Lindner <lindner_family@webtv.net>
Date: 2002-11-28
Comments:
I have been looking for some of my reletives for a long time. I was beginning to think that the Lindner family were few and far betweem. Was I surprised to find, that the Lindner name circles the Globe! My family roots are in Polk County, Tennessee. My grandfather was the late Charles Swan Lindner, and my father was the late, John n. Lindner. I would be happy for any reply concerning any history, pre-dating America, of the Lindner family.
 

Name: Andrew Lintner <lintnera@msu.edu>
Date: 2002-11-23
Comments:
Interesting site, I enjoyed the coat-of-arms. I'm a Lintner from Michigan, and as far as my father's recollections go, my great-grandfather came over from Germany with the name Von-Lintner, but my grandfather Charles dropped the Von during the second world war.
 

Name: RICHARD M. LINTNER <RICKLINTNER@HOTMAIL.COM>
Date: 2002-11-02
Comments:
THE LINTNER'S FROM INDIANAPOLIS, IN. SAY HEY!!!! GREAT WEB SITE........THE LINTNER NAME LIVES ON.
 

Name: Hilda Klein <hrtess@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-10-30
Comments:
Looking for family of Adam Lindner and Marie Margaret Winter.
 

Name: Rory Lindner <rory86@JUNO>
Date: 2002-09-28
Comments:
a minnesota lindner says hello to every other lindner out there
 

Name: Margaret <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-17
Comments:
Just visiting.
 

Name: Joanne Lindner <jvbrooks01@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-08-12
Comments:
I am a Lindner from Baltimore Maryland and as far as I know most of my family lived there after they came from Germany, however,after my grandparents died I've been very interested in my heritage, unfortunately I didn't have a chance to ask, I do know a little but it's overwhelming how many things come up just putting in that last name.
 

Name: Joanne Lindner <jvbrooks01@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-08-12
Comments:
after my grandparents died I've been very interested in my heritage, unfortunately I didn't have a chance to ask, I do know a little but it's overwhelming how many things come up just putting in that last name.
 

Name: Monika Lindner <monikalile@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-20
Comments:
Hi,
this is a great site.
I'm from Nürnberg, Germany, my grandparents were born in Gablonz and Reichenberg (now Tschechien), Rudolf und Herta Lindner. Rudolf`s brother Friedrich (Fritz) lived in Neugablonz (Bavaria) after WWII.
Hope, you all have a great time.
Will visit this site again,
Monika

 

Name: Steve Mitnick <stmitnick@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-08
Comments:
I believe that I have some Lintner's in my family, on my paternal grandmother's side. Aparently, there was an Esther Sumner Linter, who was married to Jake Lintner. Jake had a sister named Jenny.

Some of Esther's children were Irving, Pearl, Rose, Marion and Lilly. These Lintners lived in Woodbine, NJ., before scattering around other parts of Jersey, Philaldelphia, and later Washington, DC.

I think, but no way am I sure, that Jenny is tied to the Kravitz and/or Peretzman line.
Does anyone have any information on ths?

Thanks.

Steve Mitnick
Fredrick, MD

 

Name: L McBride <1rad442@msn.com>
Date: 2002-07-03
Comments:
Great site!! I am researching William Fredrick Lindner born in Saxony, Germany in 1849. He married Augusta Emelia Dobritz/Dabretz( b. 1854 in Saxony) in 1877. William and Augusta came to the U.S. in 1881 and settled in Rolla, Phelps Co., Missouri. They had five daughters: Martha, Anna, Lena, Emma, and Ida.

Martha (b. Germany, 1878) married Henry Bernhard FEHRMANN in 1901 in St. Louis, Mo.

Anyone researching this Lindner/Lintner family??

 

Name: Margaret <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-06-06
Comments:
Just checking to see if anything new has been added.
 

Name: Mark Allen Lintner <lintner@icx.net>
Date: 2002-05-20
Comments:
I was born in Richmond, Indiana in 1950. One of three brothers...the Lintner clan...the end of our line.
 

Name: Mark Allen Lintner <lintner@icx.net>
Date: 2002-05-20
Comments:
I was born in Richmond, Indiana in 1950. One of three brothers...the Lintner clan...the end of our line.
 

Name: R.W.(LEE) LINTNER <LINTNER1@COX.NET>
Date: 2002-04-30
Comments:
VERY INTRESTING.
 

Name: Steve Davis <SDavis1222@aol.com>
Date: 2002-04-17
Comments:
My mother was a Lindner from Tennessee. I am the 3th great grandson of Fradric E. Lindner and Caroline Beckler from Polk County, Tennessee.
 

Name: Aimee and Jake <aimees7@msn.com>
Date: 2002-04-10
Comments:
My son is a Lindner and we live in South Australia. I don't Know much about his family history (other than his immediate relatives)so I found this very interesting.
 

Name: RICK LINTNER <rick.lintner@fkilogistex.com>
Date: 2002-03-25
Comments:
Just looking for anyone I might know.
 

Name: Richard Henry Lindner <rlindne1@rochester.rr.com>
Date: 2002-02-26
Comments:
Greetings from up-state New York.
I am descended from Lindners who settled in Wisconsin in the latter half of the 1800's. I've run out of leads at my Great-grandfather Charles's death certificate, listing his birthplace as "New York" and his father Benjamin's origin as "Germany". Anyone run across either during their research?

 

Name: Garth (stubenrauch )Rumsmoke <grumsmoke@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-25
Comments:
what a very nice site.. thanks
 

Name: Margaret Nikkhah <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-02-12
Comments:
I'm making a little progress on my family tree. I've discovered that at least Gustina (Mrs. Gottlob Heinrich Lindner) is probably from present-day Kleintauscha, Altenburger Land, Thuringia. Also I now know Naomi Lindner's husband's firtst name. I've found were my aunt may have gone to church during her first brief marriage. Not too bad for 3 months.
 

Name: Terri L. Taylor-Pearsall <JPears691@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-08
Comments:
I am in search of any information on the following family:

Charles W. LINTNER, b.abt. 1843, Berks County, PA; d. 1889, Chicago, Cooks County, IL

Married on September 1866, LaSalle County, IL to: Clarinda MILLER, b.abt. 1842, probably New Salem, Fayette County, PA; d. 1893, Chicago, Cooks County, IL.

The only known children are: Sophronia/Sufronia/Saphronia LINTNER, b.abt. 1868; and Charles W. LINTNER, Jr., b. abt. 1871.

Any information on this line is sincerely appreciated.

Thank You!

 

Name: Christine Ridgeway <csr_3@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-01-01
Comments:
interesting!
 

Name: Margaret Nikkhah <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-12-26
Comments:
Does anyone have information on Naomi LINDNER HOBERG (b.Nov.1,1903; d.July1,1998) her siblings, or her children? She is the daughter of Richard Emil LINDNER and Sophia BECKER. Her father had moved to Sheboygan/Sheboygan Falls, WI from Calumetville, WI. He was a shoemaker Her brother Lemuel who apparently took over the shoe store died in March 1978 at Rocky Knoll Health Care in Sheboygan Falls.
 

Name: Alan Lindner <alanlindner@wam.co.za>
Date: 2001-12-22
Comments:
Hello Horst

I write from Cape Town, South Africa and came across your web page when searching for "coat of arms - lindner".

I am a descendant of EHG Lindner, reportedly born in Sondershausen in 1861 and who arrived in South Africa in 1885.

Can you give me any advice please on a coat of arms etc.

Kind regards


ALAN

 

Name: Norm Brennecke <nbrenn@mindspring.com>
Date: 2001-12-18
Comments:
This site has become a nice meeting place for LINDNERs around the world.
I'm looking for Lindners descended from the Belleville, IL/ St. Louis, MO area. They originally migrated from Bavaria, Germany in the 1850s.

Norm

 

Name: Tom Lintner <hoosierkid@connectiva.net>
Date: 2001-12-17
Comments:
New genealogical website up and running about the Lintner family traced back all the way to my great-great-great-great-great grandfather Christian Lintner !
http://www.lintnerfamilyarchives.com
Have a look ! Tom Lintner

 

Name: Margaret <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-12-03
Comments:
Just checking for new comments.
 

Name: Margaret Lindner Nikkhah <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-11-29
Comments:
I just read through your guestbook. I was hoping by chance I'd find a lead to my own Lindner family. As far as I know they emigrated directly from Sachsen (the church record entry for the burial of my g-g-grandmother Gustina, maiden name not given, Lindner looked like Tauscha Soufl.[?] Altenburg and her son's information in several locations does mention Altenburg, Sachsen) to Wisconsin (Town of Calumet, Fond du Lac). Unfortunately like some of your guests I haven't been able to locate the ship or entry port although I know that Gottlob Heinrich, wife, and grown children (with grandchildren) arrived about 1857 (either together or separately). There I'm stuck. Although some of the family trees I've seen do have branches of my family, none so far has my ancestors. There seems to be little to go on except church records and census. If you stumble across anything else referring to Gottlob Heinrich Lindner, Gustina, children Michael (wife Amelia), Gottlob (wife Caroline), Valentin, or Maria (Mrs. Christian Rudolph), send me an e-mail. Thanks.
I really did enjoy your site.

 

Name: Margaret Lindner Nikkhah <margnikkhah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-11-29
Comments:
Very interesting.
 

Name: Meghan Lintner <Pr1ncessmg@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-11-27
Comments:
I was so excited to see that there was a Lintner, Illinois! I don't know anything about my family on my father's side, but was searching on the internet out of curiosity. Well I thought I'd say hello.
 

Name: Amy <deleeuwgenealogy@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-25
Comments:
HI I am just beginning to research my husband's family. His great grandfather was John Lindner born in 1891 in Missouri. His father was Michael Lindner. Please email me if you can help me trace this family. Thank you!
 

Name: Claudia Day <wizzzaerd@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-22
Comments:
Ida Bertha Lindner was born in 1887 in Farm Wassau, Marathon County, Wisconsin
 

Name: Tom J. Lintner <tomandrichard@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-04
Comments:
Tom Lintner here again -- Can you believe it? I fell into the same trap that everybody has as far back as I can remember --- in my email below I actually mis-spelled "Litner" in the text at one point -- ha ha !
Oh well, we're only human, too, I guess ! Enjoy!!!

 

Name: Tom J. Lintner <tomandrichard@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-04
Comments:
Tom J. Lintner here. I recently moved to Richmond, Indiana after living in Los Angeles, California for many years. I had visited the town of Lintner, Illinois during a road trip in August 2000 because the founder of the town is my great-great William Lintner. He is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Decatur, Illinois. He had a furniture and wood pump manufacturing business in Decatur in addition to the farm. The business burned down. I talked to Mrs. Marjorie Bradshaw who resides in one of the houses in Lintner. She and her husband originally bought the house in 1949. Some family members are also living there in the surrounding houses and mobil homes. It was funny to hear her tell about the day when her husband came home and told her that he'd bought her a house. She asked where it was and he told her, "In Linter", to which she replied, "Where the devil is Lintner??!!?" (I have this conversation on videotape!)
At any rate, since I moved to Eastern Central Indiana, I have been poking around this area as well as Western Ohio and have found many leads to my relatives which I had never known before. The Oxford, Ohio Geneaological Library is doing a cemetery project in conjunction with the upcoming Ohio bicentenary and was able to provide me with additional information about my Lintner relatives buried in Butler and Preble counties. I recently acquired this computer and have learned how to send and receive emails, so I have contacted Mary Ann Lindner with some info abojut my family (I am related to an ex-governor of Ohio through the marriage of one of my descendant's offspring, too!) -- I am still in the process of gathering information and would eventually like to contribute photos and documents on-line as soon as I learn how to do that! Best wishes Tom

 

Name: Valerio Lintner <lintner@compuserve.com>
Date: 2001-09-28
Comments:
By the way, my father emigrated to England, after fighting for the Polish army in the second world war North Africa, Monte Casino etc). He (Otton Lintner) came from a small village called Sidra in Eastern Poland, near Bialystok. There are a whole clan of Lintners there.
 

Name: Valerio Lintner <lintner@compuserve.com>
Date: 2001-09-28
Comments:
Interesting to see so many Lintners! Here in London, England we're the onlu ones in the phone book.
 

Name: gene lintner <eugenweezy@netzero.net>
Date: 2001-09-17
Comments:
looking for any information on Henry Lintner b.1834 in Hamburg,Germany d.1914 in Sommerville, ohio. Married Christina Diedrich. I think he emigrated in 1867 from Hamburg, Germany. Am wondering if he had any brothers or sisters in this country. - Great site - keep it up!
 

Name: Steve Davis <SDavis1222@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-01
Comments:
I am a decendant of Fredrick E. Lindner that came over from Germany in 1844. Fredrick settled in Polk County, Tennessee,in the "Dutch Settlement" on Slyco Mountain. He married Caroline Beckler (Bachle). I would like any help that anyone could give me.
Thank You
Steve Davis
Steve Davis
870 Brown Ave. N.W.
Cleveland Tn. 37311
(423)479-7566
SDavis1222@aol.com

 

Name: Angela Lintner <alintner@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-08-25
Comments:
Okay- I just left a message but I thought that I would give the little bit I know about my family. I would like to be able to find them. I don't know how to contact them to be able to find out more information on my ancestery. My father was Marc Richard Lintner. He passed away in 1973 when I was 9 months old. He had two brothers Robert and Gary and a sister Sharon. His parents were Richard and Marilyn. They are from the Detroit Michigan area. Any information that you could give me in regards to my family would be greatly appreciated. I have had numerous medical problems and not knowing anything about that part of my family is really hard. I want to clarify that I don't want anything from them but information on the family history and medical history. Thank you for your help!
 

Name: Angela Lintner <alintner@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-08-25
Comments:
I think that this is great! You hardly ever hear about us Lintner's. We are a weird type of people.

Thanks for making me believe that I'm not alone.

 

Name: Ann Lamb <Alamb-eagle@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2001-08-24
Comments:
Descendants of Michael Lindner

1 Michael Lindner
......... 2 [1] Fredrick Lindner 1874 - 1950
............. +[2] Mary Peters 1875 - 1937
.. +Unknown Johanna
......... 2 August Lindner
......... 2 Rudalph Lindner
......... 2 Bertha Lindner
......... 2 [1] Fredrick Lindner 1874 - 1950
............. +[2] Mary Peters 1875 - 1937

 

Name: marilyn boudreau <mboudreau@bmhvt.org>
Date: 2001-08-20
Comments:
Hello, my greatgrandfather, (Carl) Hugo Lindner emigrated from Germany to Boston around 1901. His wife Berthe Lindner, young son Bruno and infant daughter, Flora (my grandmother) arrived in 1902. I have been unable to locate what ship they arrived on, nor the exact date of any of the family's arrival. If anyone knows anything about these Lindners, or if you're related, please get in touch! Thanks!
 

Name: Kathy Jo Hobbs <khobbs@skyenet.net>
Date: 2001-08-19
Comments:
I wanted to put this information out to all of you. My Great Uncle Arthur Charles B. Lintner died July 29,2001. He was married to Edna Cunningham. Arthur's parents were James Harvey Lintner and Pearl Mae Phillips. If you need any other information, please email me at khobbs@skyenet.net
 

Name: stephen lintner <steveeliz@juno.com>
Date: 2001-08-18
Comments:
checking up on family
 

Name: lindner, <lindner@ccp.com>
Date: 2001-08-13
Comments:
quick peak.
 

Name: Klaus Meyer <meyerundco@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-13
Comments:
Very nice! Happy greetings from Germany. My grandmother was a Lindner. She married a Mattern. Best regards K.Meyer
 

Name: Richard Gustave Lindner <rick.lindner@cingular.com>
Date: 2001-08-12
Comments:
Our family is originally from St. Louis. My parents are Richard and Lucille Lindner. We currently live in Atlanta.
 

Name: Lindner <lindner@ccp.com>
Date: 2001-08-11
Comments:
Very nice job. I am coming back for a second look. Jerry Lindner
 

Name: Norm Brennecke <nb007@mindspring.com>
Date: 2001-08-11
Comments:
Thanks to my Lindner cousins Jerry Lindner and Linn Walck, we also have our Lindner family history in America up to date for the time after Johann Lindner emigrated in 1853 from near Bayreuth, Bavaria to Illinois, near St. Louis,MO.
 

Name: Jerry Lindner <lindner@ccp.com>
Date: 2001-08-10
Comments:
The web site is great. Keep up the good work. Through a lot of hard work by my cousin Norman Brennecke, we now have our Lindner family in Poppendorf near Bamberg in Bavaria into the early 1600's. Most came from little towns such as Hinterkleebach, Vorderkleebach-Hohenmirsberg and Freiahorn. We still have some distant relatives there. He has done some great work.
 

Name: John David Lindner <jlindner@umich.edu>
Date: 2001-08-08
Comments:
Hello! Nice site, I just stumbled on it after doing a search on my name. I am in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I am the youngest of five children born to Robert Earl Lindner and Pauline Margaret McCaffrey. Our father was from Granite City Illinois. My father was a Captain in the US Air Force for many years befor retiring. My siblings were born in Texas, Georgia, Japan, Maryland and me--Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C. Maybe this helps another Lindner!
 

Name: Tony Lindner <nitchey@att.net>
Date: 2001-07-21
Comments:
Searching many years for Info. on the Lindners from chicago. Grandfathers name John Lindner who had a brother Adam Lindner. They fought and didn't speak for 70 odd years. I am looking for any decendents of Adam Lindner. I know he had a daughter, I spoke to her years ago and she told me to go to hell. My Grandfather cheated Adam out of his money...John Lindners moved from chgo. Wisconsin (Eau Claire) My Grandmother always said Lintner rather than Lindner. John Lindner came to America from Austria, l904? Greatly appreciate any info.
 

Name: Marilyn Boudreau <mboudreau@bmhvt.org>
Date: 2001-07-16
Comments:
I am the granddaughter of Flora Clara (Lindner) Hefty who emigrated from Germany around 1902. Her father, Carl Hugo Lindner, preceded the family in about 1900. They all arrived at the port of Boston, MA, and I am trying to find out more about them, including the name(s) of their ships and dates.

Anyone with any information would be very helpful!

 

Name: Jerome Lindner <lindner@ccp.com>
Date: 2001-07-11
Comments:
Great web site. It just keeps getting better al the time. Keep up the good work. Jerry Lindner
 

Name: Elaina Lintner <Lainiey23@aol.com>
Date: 2001-07-08
Comments:
I dont know if I am anywhere near realated to anyone on this site. I am From Austria. I live in Maryland but My Oma and Opa (Grandparents) moved over to Maryland From Austria. My Opa's Name is Heinz Lintner and so is my Father. If anyone is from Austria then I might be a Relative. I am only 15 but hey I am a Lintner too!
 

Name: Elaina Lintner <Lainiey23@aol.com>
Date: 2001-07-08
Comments:
I dont know if I am anywhere near realated to anyone on this site. I am From Austria. I live in Maryland but My Oma and Opa (Grandparents) moved over to Maryland From Austria. My Opa's Name is Heinz Lintner and so is my Father. If anyone is from Austria then I might be a Relative. I am only 15 but hey I am a Lintner too!
 

Name: Peter Wilkins <pwilkins@tpe.com.au>
Date: 2001-07-02
Comments:
Hi, cool site.
I am in Australia, and I am interested in the history of the Lindners here. My mother's maiden name is Evelyne Lindner. Her father's name escapes me (I never got to meet him) but his nickname was "Snow". Apparently our branch of Lindners came out to Australia as woodgetters and whalers. I am also looking for a possible link to Truganini and McArthur a few generations back.

 

Name: Dr Bernard Lindner <lindner.bernie@saugov.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2001-06-18
Comments:
Nice quirky web site!! I belong to the Lindner clan in Australia. Our ancestors came from Silesia Prussia in the 1840's. I welcome contact from anyone researching Lindners in Silesia etc.
 

Name: Christliebe M. Whalen <tcwhalen@cros.net>
Date: 2001-06-15
Comments:
Nice site, and a great idea to have the guestbook. I am the gg-granddaughter of Christlibe Lindner, born in Saxony in 1816. She married Fredrick (or Fredrich) Lange and they came to America in 1881 or so. They eventually settled in Salineville, Columbiana Co. OH with their son Albin. They may have possible lived with Pittsburg PA area, before coming to OH. Would love to hear from anyone with a connection to my Lindner or Lange lines!
 

Name: Jeff Lintner <Jeff_Lintner@dph.sf.cs.us>
Date: 2001-06-04
Comments:
Mary Ann, Haven't posted in some time. Thanks again for all your efforts. And now for some Lintners...
George Lintner, Sr.(Georg Lindner) in Montgomery Co., NY town of Minden. Fought in Rev. War. Married Eliz. Hilbert. Oldest son Albert(us)has a son, George Ames Lintner a Lutheran minister has a son John Albert Lintner who becomes NY State Entomologist and marries Catherine Hutchison daughter of NY Supreme Justice. I descend from George Jr., then Charles, Sr. who takes the family to MO, Platte County near mid/late 1800s. Settles in Weston, Platte City. Then Charles, Jr. who reportedly rides for Pony Express, but more like a wagon delivery service. My grandfather was John Richard Lintner, farmer, WWI vet. My father, Robert lives with his wife Joanne in So. Cal and has 4 grandkids. I am more than willing to share information on my Lintner twig of the tree, as it were. Related surnames include: DOYLE, LIGHTFOOT, WALLIS, DRURY, FINK, GRINDALL, TRAVERS, WALRATH...

 

Name: Paul C. Lindner <Deputyman @MSN.COM>
Date: 2001-05-28
Comments:
I am trying to locate info on Lindner---Schoenberger families that lived in Butler Co. Ohio --Fairfield Township and were married.Leonard Lindner Married Anna Schoenberger.Any help at all is appreciated.Most of the early Lindners who came over from Germany are buried in the Evergreen cemetary in Butler Co. Ohio.
 

Name: John C. Lindner <sidecar@execpc.com>
Date: 2001-04-17
Comments:
Hello: Enjoy reading about the Lindners. I am searching for my ancestory. My fathers name was, John Westley Lindner, born in Rockford, Ill. My father married Maxine Ruth Burris, in the year l937. My fathers mother re-married, Oscar Bystrom. Grandmothers close friend name was Rose Dekker. Grandmothers last known address was, Eggleston, Ill. in l948.
 

Name: Joyce Lintner <jlintner@attcanada.ca>
Date: 2001-04-16
Comments:
Hello to all the Lintners.This message board is a great idea. I`m researching the family of Charles and Mary Lintner who came to Toronto Ont. in the 1850`s from Germany and moved to Pickering township in the 1860`s.
Joyce

 

Name: Jerry Lintner <jdlintner@msn.com>
Date: 2001-04-08
Comments:
Wow! A lot of neat stuff on here. I've only done a little geneology tracing. But my cousins, Donna & Dana Lintner have done quite a bit. I'd love to figure out how we're related. My ancesters have lived around Perryville, MO and as far as I know, they settled there (from Germany) coming by boat via New Orleans. My Great-Great Grandfather was John Lintner (that's as far back as I know by memory), his son was Louis Lintner, then Oscar John Lintner (My Grandfather); Gerald Lintner Sr. (my dad) & me. If you know of any connection I'd love to know of it. Also, if you're interested in any of the Lintner history in Missouri, I'd be glad to offer what I know. Thanks!
 

Name: Bobbi Martinez Grove <bobbege@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-03-30
Comments:
Aways nice to visit a new address!We're from Colorado but were searching in Ohio. Hi!
 

Name: Robert L. Langford <r.langford@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2001-03-28
Comments:
Wonderful new additions. I've been working on my Dad's side of the family and havent had a chance to visit this site recently. It's always nice to hear from beautiful cousins!
Sincerely,
Bob

 

Name: Jim Lintner <punchbug1@prodigy.net>
Date: 2001-03-26
Comments:
Nice job on the web site! Lintner's Rule!! Peace
 

Name: David Lintner <doffitlint@socket.net>
Date: 2001-03-05
Comments:
I was really surprised to see my name quoted on the Lintner, Illinois page! Who is the other Dave Lintner?
I'm in Kirksville, MO.

 

Name: Cheryl Lindner VanGeffen <Ricalzac@aol.com>
Date: 2001-02-19
Comments:
researching Lindner. Have only gotten as far back to John Frank Lindner, born October 7, 1853 in Rheinland-Pfalz. Haven't gone any further yet.
 

Name: Karen (Lintner) Lenney <k_lenney@excite.com>
Date: 2001-01-21
Comments:
I was just browsing the web looking to see what I could find
out about my maiden name "Lintner". I was amazed at the sites I stumbled upon. This is GREAT!!! I am not sure if or how we would be related, but I do know that I was always told that my last name meant "one who sits under the Linden Tree". I don't know how accurate that is, but I did find your site interesting indeed.

 

Name: Aletha Fields <alethaf@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2001-01-08
Comments:
Clever idea.
 

Name: Gordon Nickner <gordons@videotron.ca>
Date: 2000-12-02
Comments:
Good work, keep it up.
 

Name: BILL BECKER <MRWAAB@AOL.COM>
Date: 2000-12-02
Comments:
LOOKING GOOD
 

Name: Paul Horton <paul538@hotmail.com>
Date: 2000-12-01
Comments:
I am the Great Great Grandson of John Lindner & Elizabeth (Brethauer)Lindner of Ingham County Michigan.John arrived in the U.S.A.abord the ship Mississippi July 16,1846,at age 4 with His Parents Albert & Marie (Feick) Lindner from Bosbach,Bayern(Germany).
 

Name: Debbie Sullivan <DsnCA@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-24
Comments:
My Lintners/Lindners are around the Buffalo, NY area and I am interested in anyone who might have ancestors near there. George Lintner seems to have immigrated in 1855, but do not know port of entry. He entered the Civil War from Syracuse but was married 5 years later in Buffalo. Can't find any family to tie him too.
 

Name: Kathy Hobbs <khobbs@skyenet.net>
Date: 2000-11-24
Comments:
I wanted to let you all know that I had to change servers and now my email address has changed with that. It is now khobbs@skyenet.net. I still am wanting to get to know my Lindner/Lintner family, so if anyone has time to email me, please do so. I sure thank Stan for all the information he has given me so far. You have been a really big help to me. Love you all, long distant relatives.
Sincerely,
Kathy Hobbs

 

Name: Gordon Nickner <gordons@videotron.ca>
Date: 2000-11-23
Comments:
From Lindner Family of Sondershausen Germany
 

Name: Linda Hallman <lhallm@earthlink.net>
Date: 2000-11-23
Comments:
Hello! You have a Great Site. It's so nice to know that people are willing to share. I am searching for info on Rose (Rosa) Schulz who was probably born in the Sebewaing, Huron Co. MI area. She was the daughter of Ludwig and Wilhelmine Borkenhagen (or Exner) Schulz. Rose married a Lintner and moved to Colorado. I think she would have been born in the 1880's.
 

Name: Fred Hagan <fredecho@techcomm.net>
Date: 2000-11-23
Comments:
Hi Mary Ann. The following is my addition to your wonderful site.

My paternal grandmother was Margaretha Fredericka SCHMIDT. Her mother was Margaretha LINDNER who was born in Bergnersreuth, Bavaria Germany. Margaretha LINDNER came into the United States either during or before the U.S. Civil War, settling I believe in Ohio. (Her husband Frederick SCHMIDT joined an Ohio Union Civil War Regiment). Frederick SCHMIDT and Margaretha LINDNER eventually settled in Columbia, South Carolina, U.S.A. where they are buried in the Elmwood Cemetery.

 

Name: Thomas Paul Lintner <tlint10429@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-20
Comments:
My parents, grandparents, and great grandparents, all lived and farmed in Wood County, Ohio
 

Name: Thomas Paul Lintner <tlint10429@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-20
Comments:
My parents, grandparents, and great grandparents, all lived and farmed in Wood County, Ohio
 

Name: Joyce Curry <jocurry@2xtreme.net>
Date: 2000-11-06
Comments:
Very nice site.
My great grandmother was Johanna Caroline Lindner, born1820 in Demmin, Pommern, died 1866 in Marathon, now Lincoln county, Wisconsin. Her parents were Johann Christian Lindner and Helena Margaretha Westphalen. Theree wwere sister Maria, born 1802, brothers Fredrich , born 1805, Carl Franz born 1808 and Carl Christian, born 1817.
Joyce Curry

 

Name: Robert Langford <andricv@worldnet.att.com>
Date: 2000-11-06
Comments:
My Lindner's are from Lindermuhle, Weiden, Waldthurn Germany and Clifton Springs, NY. I would love to hear from any family member, or friends. I send a special note of thanks to my dear departed Great Aunt, Sister Marie Jose (Ann Lindner) for compiling and passing down our family geneology, her love, and prayers for each member of our clan.
 

Name: Diane Lintner Wiseman <Rondi@grapevine.net>
Date: 2000-10-12
Comments:
Georg Lintner (Lindner) is my ggggg grandfather. I was fortunate to have been in Ft. Plains, NY and visited the Geisenberg Cemetery, and saw the headstones of my ancesters, waded in the Lintner Swimmin Hole and visited the Oriskiny Battlefield where George Lintner fought in the Revoluntary War. Quite an experience.
 

Name: Helen Jackson <Jackson2714@home.com>
Date: 2000-08-23
Comments:
Hi,

What a great web site. I am looking for information on Charles Lindner(who arrived in the US from Germany between 185 and 1858) and his wife Josephine (Uhrig). They were married in Kansas and later moved to St Louis, MO where Charles died in 1916. Their children were Catherine (married August Mesch), Minette (married Halbert Culver), Charles( married Florence Terry), Nelda and Edward. Minette was my husbands grandmother. Any help would be great appreciated. Thanks.

Helen Jackson

 

Name: Lewis J. Lindner <lewinc@gateway.net>
Date: 2000-08-21
Comments:
Great site !!! I'll be back. I am searching for info. on
Johann L. Lindner b. 1849 in Woppenhof, Bavaria. He emmigrated to the U.S. (believed to be Baltimore about 1870), moved to Buffalo, NY and married Gertrud Huber in 1876.

 

Name: Charles F. "Chuck" Lindner <patlindner@hotmail.com>
Date: 2000-08-21
Comments:
I am from southern illinois.
I was born to Charles H. Lindner and Eola Fern nee Carter Lindner.
My grandparents were William Lindner and Emma nee Gladson Lindner.
If you have any info on these Lindners' backgrounds, I would like to know.
You have a great page.

thanks,
Chuck Lindner
17 Triland Court
Highland, Ill. 62249

 

Name: paul nathanael lindner <pnlindner@cbpu.com>
Date: 2000-08-19
Comments:
my wife linda m lindner & i live in coldwater,mi USA. we have 3 sons: jeremy michael, timothy paul and benjamin robert. my father is robert merrill. his father was albert eric. and his father was george son of gustav born in limbac germany. the family came and settled in peru, indiana in the late 1800s
 

Name: Horst Lindner <lindnerho@aol.com>
Date: 2000-07-17
Comments:
Hallo,
ich bin dabei, für meine Kinder eine Ahnentafel aufzubauen und wende mich hier an Sie, um evtl. weitere Vorfahren meines LINDNER-Zweiges zu erhalten (habe Stammbaum-Software von SIERRA installiert).
Ich stamme aus dem Vogtland/Sachsen und kann meine Vorfahren leider nicht weiter als 1827 zurückverfolgen.
Vielleicht haben Sie auch schon an Ahnenforschung gedacht und können mir weiterhelfen.
Für eine kurze Mail (positiv oder negativ) wäre ich dankbar.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Horst Lindner aus Deutschland
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Hi,
I'm looking for persons with the name LINDNER for my Genealogy-Table, because the most dokuments are destroyed in the last war.
I know, I was very late for looking/searching to my LINDNER-Genealogy-Table (my parents are died), but in the last time
I had other priorities. Do you know, who can help me for the LINDNER-searching before 1800 ?
Will be happy for a short e-mail-answer (positive or negative).
Best regards / mit freundlichen gruessen
Horst Lindner from Germany

 

Name: CHERYL ROBINSON <CLR915@AOL.COM>
Date: 2000-07-08
Comments:
I'M HAPPY I FOUND SOME LINDNERS!
 

Name: John,c.Lindner <sidecar@execpc.com>
Date: 2000-06-16
Comments:
Still looking for information on my fathers side. He was born in Rockford, Ill. He would have been born around 1917.
His name was John Westley Lindner. The last contact with grandmother was 1948. She remarried some time before that date to a Oscar Bystrom. The last known address of my grandmother was Eggleston, Ill. My grandmothers name was Mary { Lindner) Bystrom. She had a close friend named Rose Dekker. Any information greatly appreciated.

 

Name: Stan Lindner <rhtrainer@aol.com>
Date: 2000-05-22
Comments:
Hi,
My family is originally from Germany and Austria. My grandfather Max Lindner migrated to New York in the early 1900's. I'm alway looking for my N.Y. and European relatives. thanks,
Stan (Calif.)

 

Name: Greg D. Lintner <GDLint@aol.com>
Date: 2000-04-12
Comments:
Hi, I enjoy your site. I wish I could add to your site but my knowledge of the Lintner history is very limited. I was born in 1950 in Akron, OH to William Henry Lintner & Olive Lintner (nee Blackmer)of Canton, OH. Grand father was Henry Lintner. My father had several brothers and sisters all from the Canton, OH area. No brothers and sisters. There are several Lintners in the Navarre, Oh (near Canton, OH )There is also a William Lintner in Ft Meyers, FL (on aol)
Thanks for the info...It's nice to look back
Greg Lintner Akron,OH GDLint@aol.com

 

Name: Lisa Ann Finger <lafinger@ix.netcom.com>
Date: 2000-04-08
Comments:
Fun site! Still looking for information regarding the ancestors or descendants of Gottlieb Lindner, b. 1868 in Simmershausen, Meiningen, died 03 Nov. 1899 in Brooklyn, NY.

Lisa

 

Name: lucy hume <luhu@freeway.net>
Date: 2000-04-06
Comments:
I have a Great Grandfather Henry Lindner who came from Hamlin, Hanover Germany and he had a twin brother George.Born in 1841. I saw the name Lindner and enjoyed looking at your sight.
 

Name: Pat Wingate <pmw3@juno.com>
Date: 2000-04-06
Comments:
My grandmother was Eliza Wilhemenia Lindner Eilers. She lived in Chester, IL and died about 1982.
Any info would be appreciated. Thanks. Pat

 

Name: Mrs. Richard Allen Lindner <vlindner@glendale.cc.ca.us>
Date: 2000-04-04
Comments:
Looking for a way to help my husband find someone from Germany who might be related. His father was Fritz Richard Lindner, who came to US, California, Bay area, before WWII. Then came to Glendale, CA. Thinks any family left were behind the Wall after WWII. Have very little to go on. I am not into researching this stuff, so I have no idea what to do.
 

Name: Richard Curtis <rbc1942@aol.com>
Date: 2000-02-27
Comments:
Really like your web page. I have been attempting to do geneological research for my wife and brother-in-law, Sandra Jeanne Lindner and Robert John Lindner. There grandfather was John Lindner who was from Passau or Passau area in Bavaria and came to the New York in 1898. There grandmother was Anna Wolfe from Heiberg, near the French border on the Rhein, and came to the United States about 1896 or 1897. They lived and died in Schenectady, New York.
 

Name: Kathy Hobbs <tweetybird41@hoosierlink.net>
Date: 2000-02-25
Comments:
Hello there. I thought I would let you know that I am a part of the Lintner, Lindner's also. I am related to Opal Lintner. She is my Grandmother. My father is Frank Schuetze. My name is Kathy Hobbs and I live in Indiana. I hope that I could talk with some of you and get to know you also. Please feel free to do that. My email should be here on this posting. Contact me anytime and I will get back with you. Thanks for all the work you put into this for us to see.
 

Name: John Charles Lindner <sidecar@execpc.com>
Date: 2000-02-24
Comments:
Looking for my ancestory background,Have very little knowledge of fathers back history.
 

Name: April Lindner <alindner@wittenberg.edu>
Date: 2000-02-23
Comments:
Hi! I'm the granddaughter of George Lindner from Brooklyn, for whatever that's worth. And wherever I go in Ohio I'm asked if I'm related to the Cincinatti Lindners (Carl Lindner owns United Dairy Farmers and, I think, Chiquita.) Thanks for looking me up.
 

Name: j lindner <janlin@picknowl.com.au>
Date: 2000-02-20
Comments:
Interesting site.
Our relatives were miners and came from Wildemann, Hanover. Believe it is in the Harz Mountains in Germany.
Maybe you have relatives from there too.
They migrated to South Australia in 1851.
Regards Jan L

 

Name: Benjamin Lintner <blintner@socrates.berkeley.edu>
Date: 2000-01-12
Comments:
I'll have to take a trip to Lintner, Illinois, someday!
 

Name: Edmund Maul <ed_maul@prodigy.net>
Date: 1999-12-31
Comments:
Happy New Year.
Like your site very much.
Who designed it?
Ed

 

Name: Claudia Day <wizzzaerd@aol.com>
Date: 1999-12-29
Comments:
I am looking for Henry LINDNER who married Augusta BENKE and had a daughter Ida Bertha LINDNER born 1887 in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
 

Name: EJ HERTERICK <ejsmaps@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 1999-12-18
Comments:
I envey folks who have a page like this together. Have a HAPPY HOLIDAY ej
 

Name: Daisy Mae <daisymae221@webtv.net>
Date: 1999-12-17
Comments:
Hi, Mary Ann: I have just taken a stroll through your extraordinary website. I am going to e-mail you a url which may help you find many more of your relatives.
 

Name: John E Herman <jherman148@aol.com>
Date: 1999-12-05
Comments:
Did any of your LINDNERS settled in Perth Co Ontario
 

Name: Jeff Lintner <Jeff_Lintner@dph.sf.ca.us>
Date: 1999-12-01
Comments:
Mary Ann,
You do us proud with your continued efforts. Thanks for the good work. Have to pack my bags now. I'm off to Lintner Cave in Polk County, Tennesse.
Jeff L.

 

Name: Tim Leslie <tleslie@vha.com>
Date: 1999-11-30
Comments:
Of the Scottish Clan Leslie! Just checking out your sites, Mary Ann. I like the backgrounds, and I love the old photographs! (You could probably deduce that, from my site, eh?)You've been doing this for a while; your nicely laid out sites reflect it.
 

Name: Stan Lintner <engrlin@earthlink.net>
Date: 1999-11-28
Comments:
HI Mary Ann,
Wonderful job. I really enjoyed it. I'll bet there are very few surname groups who can match ours when it comes to "fun memorabilia", not to mention having people with the kind of talent you bring to our cause.
Stan

 

Name: Jim <eagli1@ix.netcom.com>
Date: 1999-11-22
Comments:
You have a nice homepage, keep up the great work.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~isler

 

Name: Miles Harris III <Spikes_duall@hotmail.com>
Date: 1999-11-22
Comments:
Site looks good so far. Don't stop now.

Miles Harris
Simi Valley, CA

 

Name: David Richard LinTner <lintnd@up.net>
Date: 1999-11-21
Comments:
Looks great! You did a super job.
 

Name: Michael V. Walker <mvwalker@bigfoot.com>
Date: 1999-11-21
Comments:
Very excellent start Mary Ann! I love the FUN attitude your using with your site. Many others could follow your example.

MVW