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Posted: 936100800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 994379257000
I would like to share information with anyone working on the WALDRAM line. It seems all that spell it with the ending of "ram" in this country, are related. Immigrant ancestor was Lorenzo WALDRAM b 1825 England, m Mary Maria BUTLER. They both are buried in North Ogden, UT, as are many other members of the family. Son, Orson WALDRAM b 1858 England, died in Salt Lake City, but is buried in Rexburg, ID, as is his wife Sarah Jane DUDMAN. They lived in Rexburg, he had businesses there, and some of their chidren were born in Fremont Co, ID, probably in that part that later became Madison Co, ID.


Eric Waldram (View posts)
Posted: 1032326902000
Classification: Query
Waldrams with the spelling of WaldRAM in the U.S.A. should include the Waldram family, (relatives of the Lorenzo Waldram family), who emigrated from Leicestershire, England to Middlebrook, Missouri around 1960. There are also WaldRAMs in Canada, all descended from the same English family.


Posted: 1032331610000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1103221518000
Hi Eric, If you are the same Eric Waldram that wrote the book on Waldrams, I have a copy of your book. My Dad's late cousin Yvonne Kaiminsky sent me a copy a few years ago.

I recently had an email from a lady in Nottingham, England. We go back about a dozen generations before we connect, but she lives right there where the Waldrams came from, and is researching in the original old records. That got me to moving on the Waldrams again. I asked the GenForum site to add a Waldram forum, and they just did. But, so far mine is the only posting.

I then went to the search engine and put in Waldram, boy I was surprised how many sites were in Dutch. Were we from Holland originally? Or, did the English Waldrams go to Holland? LOL

On google I found a lady named Waldram who had posted a query on a Baer site. I emailed her and a few days later I received an email from her husband. Turns out they live in the same town where I live. He's in your book, Kenneth Lowell Waldram, Jr.


Posted: 1275519989000
Classification: Query
Hello, I have recently found that my ancestress is Mary Ann Walderam b. @ 1818 probably in Leicester Eng. Her father is William, a laborer. I do have her marriage to John Waterfield in 1839 in parrish of Breedon. They lived in Coleorton. She seems to have died @ 1844. Any ideas on finding the family or her baptism record would be SO appreciated. M Anderson
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