- Migrated from Virginia and were in the Moore County, North Carolina Census in 1800
- In Buncombe County, North Carolina for the 1810 Census
- In Cocke County, Tennessee for the 1820 Census
- In Marion County, Tennessee for the 1830 and 1940 Census
- In Iron County, Missouri for the 1850 Census and after
- Migrated to Cape Girardeau, Missouri from Ahlshausen, Germany in 1849
The photo above is of Academic Hall under construction in 1905. My great-grandfather, Edward Regenhardt was the General Contractor. This is the main administration building on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
My family LinesPaternal:Maternal:The Regenhardt Side
My maternal lines migrated from Switzerland (name change Glattfelter to Clodfelter) to Cape Girardeau County.
From Germany to the city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
Also from Ireland and Scotland to Pennsylvania to North Carolina to Cape Girardeau County, Missouri
From Delaware to North Carolina to Cape Girardeau County, Missouri
Ancestors and Relatives
Of Interest:History of Wimpys, the Lewis family business 1942 - 1973 in Cape Girardeau.
Formless paver invented by Regenhardt Construction Company mechanic
Edward Regenhardt -
Construction of Academic Hall
Ed Regenhardt and President Taft's visit to Cape
Memoirs of Captain Edwin H Tillman, steamship Oleander, carrying President Taft
Genealogy of David Wesley Lewis, brother of George
Early Miller Family History
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My father, Freeman Lewis, in front of his Wimpy's Drive-In and Market in 1948.
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