Hello! My name is Anna Kramar-Scott, and I am excited about putting my family history information on a website!! I have always been interested in hearing stories about the early days of my immigrant ancestors, especially since both of my grandfathers had passed away before I was even born. I became more interested in this history a few years ago, when my oldest daughter had to research her family for a school project. Although I knew some of the basic information, it took several phone calls to other family members to collect enough data for her homework. Then we bought a computer, and the rest, as they say, is history. I was on my way to first learning HOW to research my ancestors, then the best ways to find information on them.
From my oldest brother's baby book, I found the names of my grandparents and great-grandparents. Also noted was their birthplace, which was an added bonus for when I was looking into my father's family! Sitting down with my parents and reviewing information and family photographs have given me innumerable names to investigate. I have been lucky in that both sets of my Slovenian grandparents immigrated to St. Louis County, Minnesota, as well as many of their siblings and cousins.
Although I have a long way to go
before I can say I have found all of those ancestors of mine, I
invite you to browse through my pages and maybe even find a
connection to some of them! Like everyone doing this research, I
have many miscellaneous folks that either I haven't connected to
my family lines yet or have ruled out as not part of my large
clan. Check through the miscellaneous pages to see if any of them
My surnames of interest at this
time are: KORENCHEN*, KOZLEVCAR, KRAMAR,
MESTNICK/MESNIK*, OVEN, POZNIK, SIVC, STEBLAJ/STEBLAY/STEIBLY,
*meaning have not proven
connection to main lines yet!
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There are a variety of names on my pages, not just Slovenian ones, either! Use the search box to see if any of yours can be found on some of my transcription pages.
Resources page and Book Indexes
Two obituaries for same ancestor
Passenger Index Card transcriptions
My Favorite Links:
This was my first genealogy stop on the web to learn many of the How-To's of research. It also has a wonderful, informative FREE newsletter.
My second stop on the road to learning about genealogy and where to find tools and resources. I have not stopped going back!
The perfect place to surf when
looking for mailing lists, lessons, regions of
interest, just about EVERYTHING!
The perfect place to surf when looking for mailing lists, lessons, regions of interest, just about EVERYTHING!
My Favorite Minnesota Links:
The very best of Minnesota collections! For as many times that I have visited this facility, I have barely scratched the surface.
My home county, as well as that of my direct line ancestors, the St. Louis County page has a great deal of data, indexes and helpful sites.
My hometown, this homepage was done by a long-time family friend and one of my new online friends, Gary Gorsha.
My Favorite Slovenian Links
One of the first steps I took when I began my research was to join theSlovenian Genealogy Society International. They are extremely helpful and have wonderful collections.
The ultimate site for those researching Eastern European ancestors.
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