TIEMAN AND TIEMANN GENELOGY OF SORTS
TIEMAN AND TIEMANN'S HERE AND GERMANY GENELOGY, ETC.
First off I am not a genealogist. What I have here I have received from my sister Glenda, my daughter Taylor and most important Diane Deputy in Utah. I was given permission to go into her site in which I am very thankful for. Some of our family history goes as far back as the 1300's and other parts back as far as the 1400's.
I knew that Diane was working on the Tieman's Genelogy, but when she gave me permission to go into the Tieman site it was what you would call the, WOW FACTOR. Photos of homes, relatives and personal information.
THANK YOU DIANE, MY DAUGHTER TAYLOR, MY SISTER GLENDA AND RICK MY BROTHER!
What is this site about will it is a work in progress by adding this a that, but who knows when this and that will end!
I hope you love going through this site and hopefully find something that will help you and that you in reverse will help us.
BUT and that is a big BUT
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Tiemann is a Low German variant of the name Dietrich. Dietrich has its origin in the Old Franconian language (Thiuda = people). In Old High German it became "diot". In addtion it is combined with "rihhi" meaning rich and mighty. That makes Dietrich "The rich (mighty) one among the people" or "The ruler of the people".
As I already wrote, Toenjes is a Frisian (not derived from the Vikings) short form of Antonius. Antonius refers one of the most important plebeian families at Rome, the gens Antonia. It maybe originates from Greek, Anteon (meaning invaluable), a son of Heracles.
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Company G, 93rd Indiana Infantry
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CIVIL WAR HEADSTONE EPITAFTS
Cover the thousands who sleep far away —
Sleep where their friends cannot find them to-day.
They who in mountain, and hillside, and dell,
Rest where they wearied, and lie where they fell.
Soldier, Rest! Thy warfare o'er.
Sleep the sleep, that knows no breaking.
Dream of battle fields no more.
Days of danger, nights of waking.
To sleep where they lay forever more.
But yet will the sounds of dieing voices and guns forever be silenced?
MEN WHO IN THE CONFLICT LED
AND FOR THE UNION FOUGHT AND BLED
THO PASSING ON ARE NEVER DEAD