Our Family History

The aim of this website is to allow information to be exchanged between us about our mutual family history - primarily relatives and ancestors with these last names: Kohler, Hall, Webb, Davies, Lamnea and Lilley.

So far, the following hardcopy family trees have been produced in the form of PDF files (click the link to open the corresponding PDF file) :

Tree

# of pages

Last updated

Shows the ancestors and descendants of -

Kohler & Davies

9

27 Dec, 2020

-   my father’s father Jules Kohler and my mother Joan Davies

Lamnea & Lilley

9

26 Dec, 2020

-   my father’s mother, Ellen Lamnea, and her parents Giovani Lamnea and Rovenner Lilley

Hall & Webb

7

3 Dec, 2020

-   my late wife Delphine Hall and her parents Reginald Hall & Gladys Webb

Louisiana Kohlers

10

22 Dec, 2020

-   Frédéric Guillaume "William" Kohler and Charles Ernest Kohler - two brothers of my grandfather who settled in Louisiana

 

Each tree is several pages wide, so examining it online can be a bit tedious. We recommend, therefore, that you create a hard-copy version of the tree, as follows :

1.   Open and print the PDF file.

2.   Trim the left-hand of page 2.

3.   Overlay page 2 on top of page 1 so that the connectors line up.

4.   Using transparent tape (like Scotch tape) attach page 2 to page 1 on the front and back sides, from the top edge to the bottom edge.

5.   Repeat for pages 3, 4, etc.

6.   Store the roll in a 2" x 12" mailing tube with caps, like this.

There isn’t enough room in these trees to show all of the information I’ve collected. This is especially true for my grandfather Jules Kohler and my great grandfather Giovani “John” Lamnea.

The following is a list of the individuals for whom there is additional information that could not be included in the hardcopy family trees. You can read the additional information about an individual by simply clicking on his/her name.

Bennetts

Phil Bennetts

Bernard

Nini Bernard

Carricut

Lee Roy Anthony Carricut

Cobbold

Felix Thornley Cobbold

Coffey

Brian Daniel Coffey

Cook

David Cook, Eliza Cook

Cordaroy

Maria Cordaroy

Davey

Judy Davey

Davies

Brinley Howell Davies, Joan Davies, John Davies

Finch

Mary Ann Finch

Gothie

Salome Gothie

Guillot

Anita Jane Guillot, Roy Guillot Jr

Hall

Alice Elizabeth Hall, Brian Reginald Hall, Delphine Hall, Fred Hall, Reginald William Hall, Rhona Hall, Richard Anthony Hall, Roger Frederick Edgson Hall, Ruby Gladys Hall, Septimus Hall, Valerie Marguerite Hall

Jenkins

William Glyn Jenkins

Kohler

Albert Kohler, Albert Sidney Kohler, Annette Anne Kohler, Caroline Anna Kohler, Charles Ernest Kohler, David Anthony Kohler, Emile Kohler, Francois Joseph Kohler, Frederic Guillaume William Kohler, Guillaume Kohler, Haley Eustis Kohler, Jane Anita Kohler, Jeanne Marie Louise Kohler, Joan Lorna Jeannette Kohler, Joseph Kohler, Jules Kohler, Louis Joseph Kohler, Louise Tante Louise Kohler, Margaret Yvonne Kohler, Nini Kohler, Sydonie Odile Kohler

Lamnea

Albert David Lamnea, Arthur Lamnea, Cyril Lamnea, Dorothy May Lamnea, Edward Terrence Lamnea, Efstate Lamnea, Ellen Agnes Nellie Lamnea, Frederick Lamnea, George Lamnea, Giovani James Jack Lamnea, Giovani John Lamnea, Helen Irene Rene Lamnea, John Jack Lamnea, Kenneth Denzil Lamnea, Lily Ninnie Lamnea, Lord William Brian Bill Lamnea, Margaret Roviner Lamnea, Marie Cynthia Lamnea, Winifred Rovena Lamnea

Lilley

James Webster Lilley

Loeffler

Guillaume Wilhelm Loeffler, Jacques Loeffler

Marshall

Alice Marshall, Elizabeth Marshall

Morgan

Jennet Morgan

Seldon

Peter Richard Seldon

Streuber

Sophie Streuber

Webb

Agnes Webb, Albert Edward Webb, Edward Teddy Webb, Florence Webb, Gladys Vera Webb

 

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let me know if any of this information is inaccurate, incomplete, confusing, contradictory. I want to know about links that don’t work, spelling and grammar errors, French characters that don’t display properly, etc. I want to make this information as complete and accurate as possible. So please email me with your comments, no matter how minor or unimportant you may think they are.

Many thanks,

David Kohler, dkohler@sfsu.edu