Where does the name Kemmler come from?
According some heraldic books the name was previously Kembler or Kambler which was the name for an occupation to comb wool.
The first appearance of the name is given with about 1350.
My direct Kemmler line ends with Jacob Kemmler, born around 1590 in Ohmenhausen. The oldest ancestors with the name Kemmler is Johann Kemmler born around 1538 in Wankheim. During my research I found out that there exist multiple Kemmler lines in Wankheim and in the neighborhood like Jettenburg, Maehringen and Ohmenhausen. As the families have married under each other, most of the Kemmler’s will be connected to multiple
Kemmler lines. This was one of the reasons to spread out with my research to evaluate, how the lines of the neighbor
cities are related to each other and it is very interesting to see, how the descendants flow over the various neighbor
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After intensive research in the birth and marriage books of the Protestant Church in Pfullingen I was succesful to find the link of the Kemmler line in Pfullingen with the
This year I have finally found some time to intensify my research again. Beside quality checks of my data I have startet a larger project. Already a number of years
When I was looking up the church records in Sondelfingen I surprisingly found some very old entries for the Kemmler name between 1570 and 1620. But even more surprising was
Distribution over time I always wanted to visualize how the name Kemmler have spread out over the centuries. With this post I try to give it a shot. In a
I was quite surprised when I discovered that there exists or better existed a Kemmler Brewery and a Kemmler beer. I could figure out, that Johann Georg Kemmler, born Jun
My research has started with my hometown Wankheim and the surrounding towns like Maehringen, Jettenburg, Immenhausen, Kusterdingen (the Haerten area), Stockach, Betzingen, Reicheneck, Pfullingen, Ohmenhausen, Bronnweiler, Goenningen, Undingen, Gomaringen, Hinterweiler,
Sigmund Kemmler, born May 9, 1798 in Wankheim emigrated in 1817 via Reicheneck to Bessarabia. His parents had moved from Wankheim to Reicheneck. In Arzis in Bessarabia he married Anna
Trading with seeds was also a long tradition in Kemmler families. They travelled whole Europe to sell their seeds. Some of the death recordings give a good overview about the
During my research I had the luck to meet Dr. Klaus Kemmler, who has written a book about the history of his own Goenninger seedsman family. The book has the
Typical emigration ports The emigration from Wuerttemberg happened mostly via the following ports: Le Havre (France), Antwerp (Belgium), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Bremen and Hamburg (Germany). The crossing of the Atlantic was
Thanks to the succesful cooperation with Petra Kemmler there is the final confirmation that Johann Jakob Kemmler, born on Oct 27, 1842 in Zollikon, Switzerland, was the son of Johann
During my research I found the emigrant Robert Eugen Kemmler, born July 6, 1867 in Rudersberg, Germany. His father was, Gottlieb Kemmler, was a teacher and originally came from Reicheneck.
Top 10 Distribution according countries This graph shows the extremely high portion (81%) of emigrants who settled in the U.S. Top 10 distribution according countries – for the name Kemmler
Naturally it is mathematical hard to say, but after my actual status in my database I can clearly say, Wankheim is no. 1 followed by Goenningen and Ohmenhausen.
If you see a truck transporting dangerous goods you may have seen the orange plates indicating the loaded type of dangerous goods. One of this codifications issued by the United
Very likely the most famous Kemmler is William Kemmler, who was the first man, who was sentenced to death as the first person on the electric chair in Auburn prison,
This piano was very likely manufactured in London by the piano company of Carl Kemmler, an emigrant from Pfullingen. His brother Robert Eugen emigrated first to London as well, but