Rhonda Vassel, Michigan
Marlee you are great!
I found your blog as I was Googling my ancestors name Logan. I have been researching that line for 5+ years and had hit a brick wall. After reading your blog I had blanks filled, stories to tell and a new cousin to boot!!
Thank you so much for all the help you have given me and information on our family!!
Gale Galusha, Finger Lakes, Keuka, in upstate New York. “Really Marlee! How kind of you.” “You are wonderful.”
Gale posted on the Facebook German Genealogy page that she needed help with finding her great grandmother who had died in 1896 at Weißenau. All she knew was that this was a mental institution but she could not locate information about it. Someone responded that the Records of the Heilanstalt Weißenau are held by the Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg, Repositur.
Gale is a retired nurse and was unsure of how to approach this since she did not speak German. I emailed the Landesarchiv on her behalf and soon she was in contact with the hospital’s historian! She sent the needed information to the historian and he is on the case! They are still looking through their archives.
Gale was very appreciative of my help and has been in contact with status updates!
Jennifer Davis, Middleburg, Florida- “If you are curious about your family history, look no further! Loganealogy is detail oriented and excellent and uncovering the tiniest of details. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the information I received about my family line.“
Jenn wanted to give her father a special gift for Christmas. I helped her trace her line to Louisiana history to France and Santo Domingo, Germany and Sweden, and many other places. I found her history very interesting and learned a lot.
Ana, Canada-Guest Blog at https://loganalogy.com/2019/07/22/guest-blog-research-project/