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Christine Klumpp (View posts)
Posted: 17 Nov 2006 7:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Klumpp
Hello everybody,

My name is Christine Klumpp, I live in a german Black Forest valley with the highest density of Klumpp people in the world. The Klumpps have all their origins here in this little valley between Freudenstadt and Baden-Baden in the Black Forest. At times, when poverty was big, they were migrating to South Tirole, in the mountains near Meran (formerly Austria, today it belongs to Italy). One can say, that the people in this area have always been hard working people, skilled manual workers, carpenters, forest worker etc.
Should you have more questions don't hesitate to contact me.

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 15 Mar 2008 3:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Klumpp
Hello Christine,

My name is Sharon Denzien, I live in West Valley, Cattaragus county, New York,USA. I have an ancestor,Scholastica Klumpp,born @1825 in Baden Germany. She died in 1866 here in West Valley. She and her husband Lorenz Gerwitz came to America 1848. We have been unable to find any information about her. The story here is that she was a part of the Kaisers family. Anything you could tell me would be greatly appreciated. It's wonderful to connect with,probably, a distant relative so far away. Please contact me at bookgoddess2005@bluefrog.biz. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

Sharon

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 14 Jul 2008 6:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
My maiden name was Klumpp. The first Klumpps that I have been able to trace came from Fellbach. later they moved into Stuttgart. My great Great grandfather came to Australia. Gottlieb Friedrich Klumpp came to Australia in 1855. His father was Gottlieb Wilhelm Klumpp born 1788. Do you have any connections to this family

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 15 Aug 2010 2:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Klumpp, Mattern
My name is George R. Mattern. My Grandmother's maiden name was Christina Sophia Klumpp the daughter of Matthew Klumpp.
Born in Germany about 1872 and died August 27, 1958. Married to Edward William Mattern, born April 13, 1859 in Geissen Germany. They lived in Scranton,Pennsylvania. I am positive in my mind that her birth and ancestry start in the area Southwest of Stuttgart. Brought a very large German bible to America.

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 15 Aug 2010 2:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Klumpp, Mattern
My name is George R. Mattern. My Grandmother's maiden name was Christina Sophia Klumpp the daughter of Matthew Klumpp.
Born in Germany about 1872 and died August 27, 1958. Married to Edward William Mattern, born April 13, 1859 in Geissen Germany. They lived in Scranton,Pennsylvania. I am positive in my mind that her birth and ancestry start in the area Southwest of Stuttgart. Brought a very large German bible to America.

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 23 Aug 2010 11:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello

I am related to John Jacob Klumpp who was born 1837/8? and imigrated to England from Wurttemberg possibly in the 1860/1870/1880 period. I wondered if you had any knowledge of this person? Any help will be appreciated.

David Kaye

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 6 Jun 2011 2:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Christine,

I am a descendent of the Klumpp family, too. Maria Anna Klumpp, wife of Johannes Birk was my line of the family. Their daughter, Elizabeth Birk married Moriz Panther and it was their sons Ferdinand and Alois that migrated to America. Ferdinand was my great great grandfather. All of my family was from Germany, mostly the Black Forrest area. Amelia Traub and Ferdinand came to America in 1854 and were married a year later, here in America. I have very little background on the Traub family. I am very interested in the family homes of the Klumpps (if still in existence). Also, I am hoping to see photos of todays family members. Your cousin in USA,
Sherry
Posted: 8 Jun 2011 12:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Panther, Birk, Klumpp
Sherry,

I'm not sure if I've been in contact with you before or not but you'd be my third cousin. My cousin and I are the ones that connected us to the Moesbach Panthers, Birks, Klumpps etc. I hope to have the family history book published in the next few months. Also, we're hoping to have an all-Panther reunion next summer. We hope to include those descended from Aloys, Ferdinand and some from Germany descended from their brother Phillip. Drop me an email so I can let you know when there are more details for the book and reunion. My email address is the same as my username at yahoo.

Re: Klumpp

Posted: 31 Mar 2013 6:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello my name is Barbara Brown, my great great grandfather
was Christian joseph Klumpp who with your great great grandfather Gottleib came to Australia on the Peru. The birth certificates for him from Germany only list Stuttgart as the birth place but as he was a weingartner I tend to think they probably came from a village close by. I wish I could find same as I would be able to find Parish/Church and pursue additional information. Christian's father was listed as Christian Heinrich and was also from Stuttgart. Info taken from Famlienbuch/registerin and supplied 1999
Posted: 2 Apr 2013 12:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
Dear Barbara,
It is a long time since I made enquiries in Germany re the Klumpp Family I found some information from the Evangelical Church at Fellbach. Fellbach was a small village on the outskirts of Stuttgart but it is now an extnsion of Fellbach itself. The church in which my family were married was still there when we visited in 1986. I also received quite a lot of assistance from Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart Standesant Stuttgart (that is what is stamped on the back of the information they sent to me)though I suppose I addressed the letter I sent to the Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, Stuttgart.

If you think I could be of any help it would be easier to contact me at ijfreshwater@bigpond.com I used my son in laws ancestry when I was visiting him for you to make the previous contact
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