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  • Our Genealogy Reports contain all of our research conducted to date, including references to hard copy data, such as:  birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, ship's records, census data, newspaper articles, book excerpts and family histories with Surname Index
  • We have GEDCOMs on the Hieber, Menges/Mingus and Popp family surnames.  Each GEDCOM contains an index to surnames and all individuals
  • The Mingus Web Page contains Menges/Mingus family research notes and reports, GEDCOM, and additional links to Mangus, Menges and Mingus family sites
  • The Popp Surname Resource Index Page contains information on the descendants of Martin Popp from Olbersdorf, Landskron, Chrudim, Bohemia.  In 1866, when the Popp family came from Olbersdorf to Minnesota and Wisconsin (and possibly parts of Texas, as well as other states), Olbersdorf was part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.  Today, it is located within the parameters of the Czech Republic.  Since the expulsion of all ethnic Germans from the Czech Republic following WWII, the town has been renamed Albrechtice, Lanskroun, Czech Republic.
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  • We invite you to visit our pages and give us your feedback.  While we have researched our lineage, some of the lines are still a work in progress.  We advise all visitors to carefully research their own lines in order to verify any information you may find in these pages.  And please be sure to contact us if you find our data needs any additions, deletions or corrections.  Good luck in your search, Teri Popp

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