Henry George Buisch 1848-1923

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks post

Buisch Henry George b1848 Timeline PDF

Ancestry.com page

To Do List:

  1. Locate family in 1905 NY State Census – Rochester, Monroe, New York – Found indexed as Birisch 13 March 2014
  2. Locate Henry with his mother and step-father in:
    • 1865 NY State Census – Buffalo, Erie, New York [1865 State Census has to be searched line-by-line]
    • 1855 NY State Census – Found his mother Margaret, and step-father, John A Bamberg in Wales, Erie, NY with step-brothers, Daniel and John A, jr–but no Henry or his sister, Margaret.
  3. Locate Henry with his father and/or mother in 1850 Federal Census somewhere(!) in New York
  4. Write Buffalo Vital Statistics for marriage record
  5. Are there probate records for Henry?
  6. Find headstone photo in storage
  7. Double check that all sources are attached to Henry in FTM and sources are properly cited and listed in OneNote

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Erin Williamson Klein
New York to Nevada
Started my research in 1993

Aside from my own family history research, I also have 2 Surname Studies: Colepaugh mainly in the US and Schraven worldwide.

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Sourced Database Statistics:

64 direct ancestors through 4x great grandparents
2 of 2 people identified in 1st generation
4 of 4 people identified in 2nd generation
8 of 8 people identified in 3rd generation
14 of 16 people identified in 4th generation
20 of 32 people identified in 5th generation
16 of 64 people identified in 6th generation

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