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While this project is named in honor of my father who started it, the information contained within goes far beyond the Nagel surname. On the maternal side, I am a direct descendant of Thomas Brigham, pilgrim immigrant to the new world, arriving in 1635 aboard the "Susan and Ellen". My Brigham ancestors went on to be pioneer settlers of Michigan. Other direct colonial relations include William Ballard, John Burleigh, Benjamin Butterfield, George Lanphere, Richard Pratt, George Weeks, Rev. Ralph Wheelock and others still being researched. On the paternal side I am the descendant of German immigrants, arriving in the late 1800's and settling in Clark County Wisconsin. The project in places, also tracks step-families and "married into" relationships that are not generally concidered genealogical. Information is added to these pages almost every day. I hope you can find something here that helps you with your quest.
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