Pueblo County, Colorado

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Nancy Pittenger
"From Mace's Hole, The Way It Was, to Beulah, The Way It Is,"
A Comprehensive History of Beulah, Colorado.
Beulah Historical Society . Will also do simple lookups, marriages and obits if they have the date, also census and city directory info.

Janet Hudgens TITLE: Guntzviller Son Histoire
Et La Genealogie Des Krummenacker
Et Descendants

INSIDE PAGE: Guntzviller Histoire et Genealogie
Krummenacker Jacques Fondateurs Et Descendants.
Ouvrage collectif publie sous la direction de
l'Association Familiale "Histoire et Genealogie" Guntzviller.
Summary of contents: The history of the village, Guntzviller, its founder, Jacques Krummenacker, his ancestors and descendants. Time frame: 1600-1989. (Starts in Switzerland-ends in France) Written in French, about half of the book is history of the village, with the other half being the Krummenackers divided into family units. It has an incomplete index. Spelling variations of the name include: Krummenacker, Krommenacker, Krumanocker, Krumenacker, Kromenacker. Many Kromenacker immigrants to the U.S. c. 1825-1900 can be traced back to this village.
(To my knowledge there are only about 3 of these books in the United States, all owned by people in my family line.)

Professional Genealogy Services
Jennie McBride
My name is Jennie McBride and I am very excited to be a part of the Pueblo Web Page. I have recently retired, after a 25 year management career with a major retailer, to persue my passion for research and genealogy. I am a native of Colorado and have lived in Pueblo for the past 25 years. I have been doing genealogy for 20 years and have taken advanced courses in research and genealogy through BYU. I specialize in Hispanic and Anglo genealogy. I am a member of the Association for Professional Genealogists.
I can be reached at (719) 564-2566 or jenniemcb@comcast.net

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