Your editor is perhaps many things but he’s not much of a proof reader. In addition, we are endeavoring to dig deep into our family’s past so there are many areas of content in which we compromise certainty in order to pique our readers interest and stimulate discussion. While we try to make our uncertainties clear, sometimes we don’t know what we don’t know!
Accordingly, there are going to be typos, inaccuracies, opportunities to differ in opinion and outright errors on these pages. Please don’t hesitate to provide feedback if you see something that is incorrect or about which you have a different understanding. Incorrect items will be fixed and other perspectives will be shared.
I’ve just discover your site and am excited to pour through all the information here, though I still haven’t made the connection to our branch of the family. I did however, find an error on Ancestry.com, which was what led me here. There was a picture submitted by Riehle.net associated with my father in law, Edward C. Riehle Jr. The photo is actually of an Edward James Riehle from the Jackson High School Reflector yearbook in Jackson MI. Though my father in law did live in Jackson, we don’t believe he attend Jackson High School, but rather the local Catholic… Read more »
First, thanks for the feedback! I get too few such corrections, which means most of my mistakes are still out there. I try hard to get it right, but if I get too obsessed with perfection it’s difficult to publish much of anything.
I found the photo you referenced on my Ancestry.net tree for Joseph Riehle. Edward was of course the g-grandson of Joseph who immigrated to Lafayette, IN. I’ll take a look at it and see if I can figure out anything else about the other Edward.
Hello. I love your site. I have been adding to my family tree for years and this is the first time I have come across your website. First of all my name is Ervin Wegscheid. I would be a great great great great grandson of Bartholomew Riehle through his daughter Cecilia. I have a lot of information about this side of the family and in fact my dad, who is 86 can talk about his great grandmother Ephrosinia, daughter of Cecilia who was born in 1854 and died in 1944 I believe. I have some pictures of the family though… Read more »