FOUNDING FAMILIES OF ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH, SCHAUMBURG IL: PART TWO

On Sunday, September 26, 2010, the Schaumburg Township District Library is delighted to welcome back Larry Nerge, a genealogist and direct descendant of early German township residents.   The program will be from 1:00 to 3:00 in the Rasmussen Room at the library. 

In part two of a program began last year, Mr. Nerge will  discuss ten more of the German families who founded St. Peter Lutheran Church.  Information on each family will include their early ancestral line, family photos and relationships with other families within the congregation and township.  A question and answer session will follow the program.  No registration is required. 

Please be aware that last year’s program is viewable from the Local History Digital Archive as well as Mr. Nerge’s Uncovering Our History:  The German Families of Schaumburg Township.  Go to http://www.stdl.org/Local-Info and click on View the Local History Digital Archive.   Select Videos and then Documentaries.  In addition, supporting documents are also available by the same titles under the Documents category.

Mr. Nerge and I welcome all interested in the early history of Schaumburg Township.  Please join us!

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2 Responses to “FOUNDING FAMILIES OF ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH, SCHAUMBURG IL: PART TWO”

  1. ann braasch Says:

    I am interested in Mr. Nerge”s ancestral file of German Families of Schaumburg Township. I am descended from Heinrich Haseman arrived to the area about 1847.

    • jrozek Says:

      Dear Ann,

      I checked all of the documents that Mr. Nerge prepared for the programs he has done for the Schaumburg Township District Library. Unfortunately, the Haseman family was not one of those he focused on in his programs. That doesn’t mean he can’t help you though. You may contact him at lnerge1@knology.net He will be more than happy to assist you any way he can.

      You might also want to check the Schaumburg Township District Library’s Local History Digital Archive at http://archives.stdl.org/digitalarchive/digitalarchive.asp Put in the name Haseman or Hasemann. There are some hits you might find interesting.

      If you need any more assistance, don’t hesitate to ask,

      Jane Rozek
      Local History Librarian

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