Genealogy is quite extensive on his Fathers side, his Mothers side
goes back a few generations but needs some work especially on the dead
ends that seem untraceable. OFFLINE
Fathers Side: Klein,
Nill, Hettich, Kampf, Fischer, Lutz, Adam, Motz, Blank, Bodamer,
Breitling, Schlauch, Zwickel, Meyer, Krauss, Steinhilber, Klett,
Haldenwang, Reichert, Heiss (Heyes), Giner, Zahn, Eberi, Ostereich,
Herbster, Lindenmann, Kayser, Erhard, Keppler, Schelling, Hauser.
MoMeyers, Powell, Gielaw, Raymond, Stearns, Jacobs, Carey,
LaFountain, Goodrich, Francis, Riley, Atkinson (Adkins), Wetmore
(Whitmore), Barnes, Stowe (Stow), Lay, Burchard, Hyde, Blackmer, Brickett,
Richardson, Howes (Howe), Lonsdale, Marvin, Gregory, Goody, Hall, Baker,
Bigge, Martin, Fletcher, Alton, Adam.
Genealogy is still in it's infancy but we have made some progress on
some of her lines. We'll continually be adding to it as we follow the
leads that we do have. OFFLINE
Fathers Side: Huff
(Hoff), Groce, Watson, Riddle, Jackson, Milsap, Key, Sharp, Huddleston,
Scritchfield, Thacker, Hickman, Monk, Pierce, Ashlock, Page, Rogers.
Side: Lewis, Draper, Miller, Fine, Baxter, Delzell (Dalzell),
Marsh, Hamilton, Neff, Howard, Inman, Martin, Gordon, Wheeler,.
Genealogy is an offshoot of my family that will be added to my family
when the connection is ever found. According to my Cousin Opal was
supposed to have been my Grandmothers Cousin. To date I still haven't
found the connection between her family and mine! There are very few leads
to follow after the 1920's when Opal's family all changed their names and
moved away. One of Opal's sisters is still alive today but still
won't even acknowledge the existence of her sister Opal. The Opal
Whiteley story is one that has been a mystery since the 1920's and is one
that will never be solved. Since Opal's death in 1992 in a sanitarium in England
the real answers have gone to rest with her.
Whiteley, Davis, Standley, Adams, Scott, Christopher,
We also have a historic photo display of Opal and the
Lumber Camp (only know photo of the Lumber Camp in existence!) where she
grew up in.