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Pfundstein (Poundstone) trace...

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Pfundstein (Poundstone) trace...

Posted: 991999763000
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This is a new computer and my first try at the internet. Perhaps someone out there will see this?
I am looking for any information on Pfundstein's: Hermann, Caroline, Fred, George, Philip (Phillip) Charles and Siegfreid.
The area would be Ohio, probably in or near Cleveland and Medina, and, I think there my be a connection in Pennsylvania, perhaps to Poundstone's.
My father was Wilbert, grandfather Hermann.
Grandfather, Hermann, died quite young, in his forties, I think.
When I was a boy my father and I visited his uncles: Charles Philip. They both lived and farmed in Ohio. Charles was located east of Cleveland in Chardon Township and Philip had several farms and operated a service station-general store in Medina or Lorain county Ohio.
When I was either twelve or thirteen years old, my father (Wilbert Herman) and I visited Uncle Philip several times. At that time(the early fifties)Uncle Philip lived on a small farm-fishing camp along the Vermilion River in Lorain County, Ohio. The house had a section, kitchen and storage room that hung out over the river. I remember climbing down through a trapdoor in the floor to Uncle Philips fishing boat and from there we would head north up the river to Lake Erie for Walleye, Perch, whatever we could catch.
Uncle Philips' daughter (?) married a Mumford in Medina County, Lithfield Township.
Uncle Phillip said he had visited relatives in Pennsylvania, cousins--Poundstones. Any information? Please E-mail.
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