Old Broad Bay Family History Association

FAMILIES

Schooner Governor Ames 1888 Launch
The schooner Governor Ames preparing for launch in 1888, Leavitt-Storer Shipyard, Waldeboro, Maine. The Governor Ames was the first five-masted schooner built on the East Coast. She later sank off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in December 1909, drowning 11 sailors. Many of our ancestors were associated with the shipbuilding industry here.
J. C. Higgins & Son, Bath, Maine - (Original at Maine Maritime Museum, retouched by MarmadukePercy),

The following are the names of the early German settlers who settled Old Broad Bay, Waldoboro, Maine.  The underlined links are lists of people researching these families.  To have your name added to this list, please send e-mail to FredSnell(at)gmail.com.

Air
Achorn
Antoni (Anton)
Bauzer
Beckler
Benner
Birchenbeul
Bornemann
Bornhelmet
Brotmann (Broadman)
Burkhardt (Burkett)
Carlow/Carlo
Castner (Kastner)
David
Deis (Dice)
Demuth
Dickendorff(Duckendorff,Dockendorff)
Dochtermann (Tochtermann)
Dohlheim (Dolheim)
Duerfiinger(Doertier)
Edell
Eichorn(Achorn)
Eisele (Eisley, Isley)
Ekele (Eugley)
Feilhauer
Feller (Feyler)
Genthner
Getsinger
Gross
Hamburg (Haburg, Hahn)
Handel
Haupt (Hopp)
Haus
Heibner (Huebner, Heavener)
Heidenheim
Heller (Heyler, Hyler)
Hein
Heisler
Heyer
Hilt
Hoch
Hoffses
Hoizapfel
Horn
Icholar
Jung
Kammerer (Comery)
Keizer (Keiser, Kizer)
Klaus (Claus)
Klein (Cline)
Koehler(Kaler)
Kramer(Creamer)
Kraus
Kroehn
Kroller
Kubler
Kuhn (Cone)
Kuntzel (Kinzel, Kinsell)
Labe
Lachenauer (Lagenauer)
Lang (Long)
Lauer (Lawry, Lowry)
Lash(Losch)
Lehr
Leissner
Lebenzoeller(Levensaler)
Leicht (Light)
Ludwig
Martin
Matchloffe
Mellen
Menck (Mink, Mank)
Muller(Miller)
Neuhaus (Newhouse)
Neubert (Newbert)
Orph (Orff)
Oberlach (Overlock)
Pracht(Prock)
Reisser (Razor)
Ried (Reed, Reid)
Rehfuss (Refuse)
Reisaus
Reitter
Roemele(Remily)
Roth(Rode, Rhodes)
Rottner(Rotner, Rodner)
Rinner
Rominger
Sargers (Sargus)
Schaffer
Schenck
Schmidt(Smith)
Schmaus(Smouse)
Schaudeal (Snowdeal)
Schneider (Snyder, Snider)
Schonemann
Schumacher(Shoemaker)
Schurtz
Schwartz (Black)
Schweier
Seller (Slier)
Seiders (Sider)
Schumann(Shuman)
Seythlinger (Sidelinger)
Seitensberger (Sidensparker)
Seitz (Sides)
Siechrist (Sechrist)
Soelle(Cilley)
Stahl (Stall, Stole)
Stein
Steudle(Studley)
Stilke (Stilkey)
Stoerer (Storer)
Suchfort (Sukeforth)
Toziner
Treupel (Drible)
Uhlmann
Ulmer
Umbehend (Umberhine)
Vogler (Fogler)
Wagner (Wegner)
Walch (Walck)
Walder (Walter)
Wallizer(Wallis, Wallace)
Waltz(Woltz)
Weber (Weaver)
Weller (Willard)
Wellman
Welt
Werner (Warner)
Weyl
Winchenbach (Wincapaw, Wink)
Wohlfahrt
Wolsgrover
Ziegler (Zickler, Zugler, Sucheler)
Zuberbuhler