I have drawn another possible reason that the Dünschmann line ended up in Hachenburg. There was a marriage and the semi-royal couple lived near Nister. This seems to be the first location where a Dünshcmann was recorded as living. Next, in the coming years a Dünschmann person became the Mayor of Hachenburg, not exactly a easy leap through caste structures unless he was in some favorable position prior.
I feel like the site has matured over the last years and is in a structrurally good state. Sure we need more data, sure we have a long way to go, but it is really beginning to meet it's purpose of a workspace to share and collaborate with others about our passion for genealogy research and the hobby.
I began working on Texas a few days ago, BOY is it BIG! I am not sure how long it will take to get the Texas foundation built, but it just needs to be done.
Having the most counties of any state in America it presents a challenge, but once completed Texas will provide 254 places to organize research. Since the USA has 3142 counties or equivalents, Texas does get quite a bit done.
Anyway, if you stop by to take a look, know we are working on it. If you notice only partial completio