October 29, 2022

Mary G. Weidman [RG4428.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG4428.AM:  Mary G. Weidman, 1891-1966



Research materials

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska:  Genealogist

Size: 12.0 cu.ft.; 24 boxes



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of twenty-four manuscript boxes of genealogical research materials compiled by Mary G. Weidman.  The collection is arranged in six series:  1) Research notes and lineage sheets; 2) Chronological history; 3) Note cards; 4) Correspondence; 5) Information on families of Huguenot descent; and 6) Notebooks and miscellany.



The Wiedman collection relates to genealogical studies of families descended from the Gonsalvius line (now Gunzel).  Some names mentioned are:  Abe, Abel, Van Aken, Alberts, Aldrichs, Anderson, Angola, Anthony, Archer, Alen, Bosch, Barents, Bogardus, Bording, Bradbury, Beekman, Boudinot, Boudewyn, Cool, Cessna, Conselyea, Cely, Claes, Conselje, Gonsalus, Clauw, Conselye, Dirks, Du Trieux, Dey, Van Elmendorph, Fleglaar, Francyntje, Gonzalez, Gunsaul, Gourges, Gunsul, Gonsalus, Hussy, Hessel, Kip, Leroy, Laurens, Leenderts, Lubbert, Mothe, Minne, Marius, Melyn, Peis, Ploeg, Planck, Quakenbos, de Ruyter, Rapaije, Seese, Shutt, Schouten, Swartwort, Swenenburg, Stoutenburg, Tilburg, Ten Hagen, de Tournier, Thysse, Van Upseltyne, de la Valle, Wines, Westbroek, Winne, Wiedman, and Zingre.



INVENTORY



Series 1 – Research notes and lineage sheets

Box 1

Folder




    1. A

    1. Abeel, Obe

    1. Van Aken

    1. Alberts

    1. Aldrichs

    1. Andriss-Adriaens, Adriesen, Marynus

    1. Anthony

    1. Archer

    1. Allen

    1. Arents

    1. Angola

    1. B

    1. Bosch

    1. Brower

    1. Barents

    1. Bording

    1. Bradbury

    1. Bogardus

    1. Marcellus (Von Bommel)

    1. Beekman

    1. Brower

    1. Boudinot



Box 2

Folder




    1. Boudewyn

    1. Bradt

    1. Bastiense

    1. Block

    1. Betts

    1. C

    1. Conselyer, Peter

    1. Claes

    1. Conseljet Gonsalus

    1. Clauw

    1. Cotton

    1. Conselye

    1. Carlton Bradbury

    1. Chambers

    1. Cool-Kool

    1. D

    1. Daman

    1. Davidts

    1. Dutcher

    1. Decker

    1. Dircks



Box 3

Folder




    1. Dutrieux

    1. DeLong

    1. Dow

    1. Dutch Settlers

    1. DeWitt

    1. Dey

    1. E

    1. Emanuel

    1. Van Etten

    1. Emans

    1. Elmendorph

    1. F

    1. Fernando

    1. G

    1. Gerrits

    1. Glen

    1. Gilbertse

    1. Gunsaul



Box 4

Folder




    1. H

    1. Hendriks

    1. Gonsalus

    1. Hussey

    1. Hessels

    1. Hall

    1. Harmans

    1. Haring

    1. Hans-Hanson

    1. Horton

    1. Huguenot

    1. J

    1. Jans

    1. Jacobs

    1. K

    1. Knickerbacker

    1. Kip

    1. L

    1. Laurens

    1. Leroy

    1. Lowell



Box 5

Folder




    1. Leenderts

    1. Lambert

    1. Mapes

    1. Lowell

    1. Lubbert

    1. Legier

    1. M

    1. Mothe

    1. Manny

    1. Montross

    1. Martens

    1. Miller

    1. Mauritz

    1. N

    1. Names (First)



Box 6

Folder




    1. P

    1. Parmenter

    1. Pieters

    1. Pels

    1. Ploeg

    1. Post

    1. Pease

    1. Planck

    1. Q

    1. Quackenbos

    1. Quick

    1. R

    1. Rutsen

    1. Rapalje

    1. S

    1. Sharpe

    1. Simons

    1. Schuyler

    1. Seese, Mildred Parker

    1. Shutt

    1. Stillwell

    1. Schouten-Conte



Box 7

Folder




    1. S

    1. Schenck

    1. Swartwout

    1. Swart

    1. Swaen-Swanenburg

    1. Samuel

    1. Saunders

    1. Stoutenburg

    1. Sullivan County

    1. T

    1. Thomas

    1. Tilburg

    1. Tenhagen

    1. Turck

    1. de Tourneur

    1. Thymensen

    1. Thysse

    1. V

    1. Vanderveere

    1. Van Apselsteyn

    1. Vernelje

    1. Vincent

    1. Van Nes

    1. Visscher

    1. Van Schaick

    1. Valle

    1. Van Laer

    1. Van Wagening

    1. W



Box 8

Folder




    1. W

    1. White

    1. Waelings

    1. Westfael

    1. Willems

    1. Washington

    1. Winne

    1. Wheelwright

    1. Wessels

    1. Webber

    1. Y

    1. Wiedman



Series 2 – Chronological history

Box 9

Folder




    1. 1400-1449

    1. 1450-1500

    1. 1500-1525

    1. 1526-1550

    1. 1550-1575

    1. 1575-1600

    1. 1600-1625

    1. 1626-1650

    1. 1650-1660

    1. 1675-1685

    1. 1685-1700



Box 10

Folder




    1. 1700-1725

    1. Institute of American Genealogy

    1. 1725-1750

    1. 1750-1775

    1. 1775-1850



Series 3 – Note cards

Box 11: A-D

Box 12: E-P

Box 13: Q-Z

Box 14: A-G

Box 15: Unsorted

Box 16: Unsorted



Series 4 – Correspondence (includes drafts of papers summarizing Weidman’s research)

Box 17

Folder




    1. Gunsaul

    1. Gunsaulus

    1. Keeney, Elizabeth Gunsaul

    1. Gunsaul, Myrtlelle

    1. Gonsales, Florida

    1. Gunzalez, Josh

    1. Gonsales, John P.

    1. Geddick, Mrs Robert

    1. Bessie M. Shaffer

    1. Gunsaul-Bogardus

    1. Jacobsen, NY State

    1. Pease

    1. Travel, Colenel Franklin

    1. Gilbert Gumaul

    1. Misc. Correspondence

    1. Hortman

    1. Huntington

    1. Defoe by Down – London in 1731

    1. Woodford, Frank B.

    1. Gonsalus Chronology

    1. Gonzaeles Family Carbon

    1. Joseph Gunsalis

    1. Louise Hasbrook Correspondence

    1. Gunsaul (Rockford)



Box 18

Folder




    1. White

    1. Regiomontamus

    1. Tryon, Lucia (St. Petersburg)

    1. Anneka Jans

    1. John P. Gonzales



Box 19

Folder




    1. Usselinx U

    1. Miscellaneous Unsorted Correspondence



Series 5 – Huguenot families

Box 20

Folder




    1. Correspondence with Other Huguenot Societies, Including National, Connecticut

    1. 1965 Supplement to Index of Potential Huguenot Ancestors

    1. Package Labeled Colorado



Box 21

Folder




    1. Pedigree Charts

    1. National Huguenot Society Correspondence and Newsletters



Box 22

Folder




    1. American University, Fifth Annual Institute – Genealogical Research Washington D.C. June 21 thru July 2 1954

    1. Family History Class

    1. Brundage

    1. Wiedman

    1. Gunsaeul-Mrs. Edward

    1. Dickson

    1. in re. Coulter

    1. Daughters of American Revolution

    1. Healey

    1. Kingery

    1. Society of the Colonial – Descendants of Clergy



Box 23

Folder




    1. Southern Research, Copies of Birth Certificates, Family Bibles, etc.

    1. Daughters of Founders & Patriots

    1. Certificate for National Genealogical Society – Mrs. Earl Wiedman

    1. New York & Florida – November 1934

    1. Correspondence



Series 6 – Notebooks and miscellany

Box 24

Folder




    1. Advertising

    1. International Trade

    1. History

    1. English

    1. Business Law

    1. Other Notebooks from School

    1. Sheet music by Mary Gunsaul Wiedman



 



Subject headings:



Bogardus family

Genealogy

Gunzel family

Wiedman family

Wiedman, Mary (Gunsaul), 1891-1966



 



DAB/HEK/sw         07-29-1966

Revised TMM       07-12-2019

 

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