|About The Bertzyk, Benzmiller Family
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This Tree is always a work in progress and any additions or corrections are greatly appreciated. Please remember that the names are old, some spellings changed over the years. Census records will have the spelling the way the census taker though it should be spelled by the pronouncation. If there is a Find A Grave Memorial number, go to http://www.findagrave.com/ ; Click on "Search 141 million grave records"; enter the number in Memorial # BOX ; Click Search. Ancestor Link: https://familysearch.org/search/ Dear Ancestor: Your tombstone stands among the rest; neglected and alone, The name and date are chiseled out on polished marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care, it is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist. You died and I was born. Our blood contracts and beats a pulse entirely not our own. Dear ancestor, the place you filled one hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left who would have loved you so. I wonder if you lived and loved. I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot, and come to visit you. -author unknown "If You Could See Your Ancestors" If you could see your ancestors, All standing in a row, Would you be proud of them, Or don't you really know? Some strange discoveries are made In climbing family trees; And some of them, you know, Do not particularly please. If you could see your ancestors, All standing in a row, There might be some of them, perhaps, You wouldn't care to know. But there's another question Which requires a different view ... If you could "meet" your ancestors, Would they be proud of you? ~ Author Unknown The Spirt of Friendship Lives Forever Never lose an old friend No matter what the cause We wouldn't ever do it If we didn't look for flaws The one thing worth while having Is the friend who stands the test And who has one friend such as this Knows friendship at its best. This site contains information about living people because it is a private site available only to those with family ties and to whom the password has been given. We do not put this information on line anywhere else. You are welcome to any information from here, but please respect the privacy of others and do not publish, nor put any of the information on line for the living. It would be appreciated if you give credit to me and the others have contributed. None of this information is to be used for any commercial reasons. There is more than likely incorrrect information on this site: this is an on going project so there will be omissions. We do welcome any corrections and/or additions. Opole was part of Prussia (German Poland) back then and was called Oppeln