I’ve created a personal map on Google Maps of some of my research places. I find it very helpful to see the locations I’ve found in my research on a map. It gives me a better idea of the distances between places and also shows me the surrounding villages/town. Proximity can make a good case for relationships.
- Ittlingen: German birthplace of Andrew Huber (1738), ancestor of Pres. Hoover
- Mosbach: German home of my Greulich family
- Rußheim: German home of my Hacker family
- Graben: German home of my Jock family
- Ellerstadt: German birthplace of Andreas Huber (1754)
, father of my proposed ancestor George Hoover
- Trippstadt: Possible German birthplace of Andrew Hoover (1741)
- Thaleishweiler: Possible German birthplace of Andrew Hoover (1741)
- Durlach: German home of the Weidman family
- Sinsheim: German birthplace of Margaretha Pfautz, wife of Andrew Huber (1738)
- Epfenbach: German origins of Hans Adam Ziegler
- Leitersburg, MD: US home of Andreas Huber (1754) from 1754 through 1779
- Uniontown, PA: US home of Andreas Huber (1754) from ca 1779 through 1784
Google maps is a great resource. Especially for those parts of the world where you don’t already own an atlas.
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