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Welcome to the KLINE FAMILY TREE. Feel free to browse the tree and if you see anything wrong, or have any kind of information, please be sure to contact me! Also be sure to visit the Virtual Cemetery as well!
About Kline Family Tree
The KLINE Family Tree.

I am Benjamin D. Kline, I have started this tree from the birth of Olivia-Grace Emiliya Kline, my  daughter. I wanted to start this to try and find out the heritage of my family and to give my  daughter something for when she gets older, so she'll know her family history. And its amazing;  since then I've been blessed with a second daughter, Lilyana Rose Kline, and then again blessed with  a third daughter, Mara Ariel Kline, and this tree continues to grow and grow and grow. With help from tons of people and pictures from people all across the world. This has been incredibly fun to work on, with family and friends and building this up for when my beautiful daughters grow older - so they'll have something to pass on to their children, and their grandchildren, and their grandchildren, and so on.

As an addendum and helpful research guide, I've also been using Find A
Grave to help locate family member's tombstones and grave-sites. My personal
Family Tree virtual cemetery can be found at: The Kline
Family Tree Cemetery.

Any information you know, please contact me and leave any information you have. It would all be greatly appreciated. You can contact me through the site here, or you can leave a comment on the guestbook!

We welcome all feedback and comments and you are invited to leave a comment on
the guestbook. I greatly encourage all visitors to the page come and sign the GUEST
BOOK; please leave your name and whatever comment or question or anything else you'd like -
and I definitely recommend that if you have your own family tree that you put the link to your tree
in the guest book as well. This is a great way for me to acknowledge who has visited my tree and to
gather more information.

The Kline, Speck, Yeagley, and Beamersderfer information comes
from the
following sources: 
* Grace Kline (Speck)
* Linda Stum (Kline)
* George Kline
* Bruce Speck provided an entire and very detailed genealogy/family
tree and history of the Speck family as descended from Andrew Speck. 

More information about the descendants of Johannes Isaac Kline and other Klines
and related people are provided by Deb Kontra and Rosanne Jorde. Their
website was extremely informative and many branches have yet to be added to the tree
here from theirs. Their Family Tree is hosted by My
Heritage and their family tree and heritage page may be located here: Jorde Family Tree.

An invaluable family tree is the Clemens
Family Tree which provided me with loads and loads of information on the far distant
cousins of my family; the Klines, Cassels, Hunsbergers, Benners, Kolbs, Kulps, Wellers, Moyers, etc,
etc, etc.

A great, fellow TribalPages Family Tree site that has been a great source for
information and help along the way for me, especially with the Kings, Dukes, Earls,
Philosophers, Queens, etc, is:
 * Renegades,
Revolutionaries, Reverends, and Royals: A Family Tree Website by Valerie
Jeanne Pippi.

A forums based around the British Royal Family and their relative branches: The Royal Forums.

The demo family tree - an example tree - made and kept updated by Tribal Pages themselves based
around the British Royal Family: The British Royal
Family Tree.

Also I would like to thank Dan Means at: Our
Family Tree House for the invitation and availability to research through his tree (which is a
very well done, large and expansive tree). 

Some Ancestry.Com family trees that share commonality with this
*Andrew Speck's Tree
(Bruce Speck)
*Kline Tree (Linda
*Kline Family Tree (Benjamin D. 

A feature of this website is the STORIES
feature. From time to time I will be posting stories of various events of the Kline family. 

I am attempting to keep a list of all of the occupations now as well, for each family member, so if you know of a person's occupation listed here on the tree that I do not have listed, please be sure to let me know!

* Current Stories:
* * Klines - Information
* * Olivia-Grace Emiliya Kline
* * Lilyana Rose Kline
* * Mara Ariel Kline
* * SS Dante Alighieri
* * SS Ancona
* * Capet - Family History
* * Plantagenet - Family History
* * Ptolemy - Family History
* * Funny Connections
* * Find A Grave
* * The Speck History: By: Bruce Speck
* * Klein Meeting House: By: Debra Kontra
* * Croce - Family History
* * Hummel - Family History
* * Koch - Family History
* * Speck - Family History
* * Hornberger - Family History
* * Manno - Family History
* * Arnold - Family History
* * Cassel - Family History
* * Bitting - Family History
* * (any many more)

To search the Tribal Pages website for other Family Trees, click here:
Tribal Pages Family Tree Search

A message board based on KLINE geneology:
Kline Message Board

An informative website for Italian Genealogy: 
Italian Genealogy Forums

I am using this family tree to list the following information:
*Birth Dates
*Birth Places
*Army Service
*Marriage Dates
*Marriage Places
*Death Dates

If you have any information that is missing (or wrong) on the family tree, please don't hesitate to contact me through the Family Tree here or use the Guestbook at the top. I appreciate all the help I can get in making this tree the best it can be, as well as any comments at all, its nice to see people appreciate the work that has gone into the tree. Thank you.

I have just become a member of FIND A GRAVE and I will be updating my
site there. Find a Grave is a search-site and a genealogy site similar to that of
TribalPages here or ancestry.com. 
My Profile at FIND A GRAVE can be found here: Benjamin
Kline's Profile.

Another great Find-A-Grave user is Bruce
Speck; his profile can be found here: Bruce Speck's

Here are three search functions for FIND A

Search Benjamin Kline's cemetery records at by entering a surname and clicking search:

Restrict search to

Search for cemetery records in Dauphin County, PA at by entering a surname and clicking search:

Restrict search to

Search for famous graves at by entering a name or keyword and clicking search:
Name or keyword(s):
Many of the family members from this Family Tree can be found in the following cemeteries: Find a Grave Cemetaries: ***DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA: **GRANTVILLE CEMETERIES: * St. John's United Methodist Church Cemetery **HUMMELSTOWN CEMETERIES: * The Hummelstown Cemetery * Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery **HOERNERSTOWN CEMETERIES: * Hoernerstown Cemetery **HERSHEY CEMETERIES: * Hershey Cemetery **KILLINGER CEMETERIES: * Saint Davids Reformed Church Cemetery ***LEBANON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA: **ANNVILLE CEMETERIES: * Mount Annville Cemetery * Grandville Cemetery * Indiantown Gap National Cemetery * Annville United Zion Cemetery **PALMYRA CEMETERIES: * Gravel Hill Cemetery **FREDERICKSBURG CEMETERIES: * Gosherts Union Church Cemetery **JONESTOWN CEMETERIES: * Zion Lutheran Cemetery **IONA CEMETERIES: * United Brethren Cemetery, also known as Zion United Methodist Cemetery ***PERRY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA: **LIVERPOOL CEMETERIES: * Barner's Church Cemetery ***CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA: **CAMP HILL CEMETERIES: * Rolling Green Memorial Park ***MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA: **SALFORD CEMETERIES: * Salford Mennonite Cemetery A big thanks to tiw35674 from the FindAGraves forums for help in finding many of the Kline and Speck obituaries (as well as numerous others). Thank you very much! CITATIONS, NOTES, ETC. Much of the information on Charlemagne, and the subsequent Kings of Franks and Burgundy and all other relatives linking towards Charlemagne (and branching far, far, far, away from the main tree of the Klines) is provided by: * The Price and Newell Family Also, sites such as Familysearch.org were used to further gather information provided by these people. Much of the information on the Croces, and much of the Italian side of the tree comes from the Croce-Manno Family Reunion Packet. For more information, and to see further how the family tree spreads, view the CONNECTIONS page, to see what all other Family Trees that this one connects to! (To access: Click on HOME and go down to CONNECTIONS, click there, and it will provide a list of names and such with which the family trees are connected.) As of 12.8.13 there is a total of: 2707 connections to the Kline Family Tree. The Connections Page can be found here: * Kline Family Connections. Color Schemes: **RED: - Ancestors of Olivia-Grace Emiliya Kline (and Lilyana Rose and Mara Ariel Kline) **BLUE: - Descendants of Anna Eleazorsdotter **YELLOW: - Descendants of Carolus M. Charlemagne **LIME: - Descendants of Antonio Croce **WHITE: - Descendants of Johannes Isaac Kline **PURPLE: - Descendants of Florence Speck (Yeagley) **BLACK: - Descendants of Antonio Dominique Manno **OLIVE: - Descendants of Andrew Speck LINKS: GENEALOGY WEBSITES: * Tribal Pages HomePage * List Of Family Trees * Family Search.org * Ancestry.com * Geni * Kline Message Board * ItalianGenealogy.com * Tribal Pages Message Board OBITUARIES: * Obituaries.com * Obituary Central * Lebanon Daily News: Obituaries OTHER IMPORTANT FAMILY TREE LINKS: * HTML Demo Family Tree Page * TP Tips - Tribal Pages: HTML Tips Some further pages of research, primarily based off the heritage of Johannes Isaac Klein: * Roy K. Kline Jr's Family Tree Maker Site (includes photos) * The Kline Family Tree Guest Book * The Kline Family Tree Cemetery - A Collection on Find-a-Grave of those from this family tree. * Gabriel Schuler A biography of Gabriel Schuler that includes a brief anecdote of Johannes Isaac Klein. * Kline Family History: Facts 1920 * Johannes Klein (a family tree wikipedia) * * * * --- If you know of any informative research sites on Klines, Croces, family trees in general, or great depositories of genealogical information or help - please let me know so I could add the link here. It could help others as well as myself so it'd be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Other Sites of Interest: * Hummelstown Historical Society (with Genealogy Based on Hummelstown and the Dauphin County Area) * How Many of Me: A Repository of Information Regarding Names (First and Last Names) * * * According to How Many of Me there is 420,496 people with the first name of Benjamin in the United States (making it the 138th most popular name). Also; there is 51,843 'Klines' in America as well (making it the 694th most popular last name). [99.9% of Benjamin Klines are male... I feel bad for the .1% of females with that name.] * A Family Tree based on the Skywalker and Solo Clans from STAR WARS; using the Tribal Pages system to make it. (Just for kicks and giggles.) I, Benjamin D. Kline, am *ALWAYS* looking for all kinds of information, leads, pictures, maps, news, obituaries, military information, citations, documents, or ANYTHING pertaining to any person found in this family tree. IF you think a person or information on a person is in error on this site, please contact me THROUGH this website; or THROUGH this website's 'guestbook'. IF you are a person who is ON this website (a distant cousin, distant cousin once-removed, etc, etc, etc,) PLEASE, PLEASE, don't hesitate to contact me. Its always greatly interesting to find anyone who is a relative, no matter how distant. IF you know of any websites, books, catalogs, or databases that would be pertinent to me, to information and history on the family surnames of KLINE, KOCH, SPECK, CURTIS, CROCE; again, please contact me. I AM hoping to keep this as the ultimate database on everything related to the family. So any websites with information, no matter how obscure or miniscule, any pictures, photos, or anything that would be relevant at all, please contact me, I want to keep this site updated; not only as a family tree, but as a general repository of information related to the family. AND FINALLY, thank you all for taking the time to view this website, the tree, the links, and if you read this entire homepage - for reading the entirety of this homepage. It means A LOT to me; and hopefully for future generations of the family who can view this and know their past and their heritage. Thank you. -Benjamin D. Kline * Fun and Games * Tribal Pages: Forums - For Discussion of Maintenance, Genealogy, Forum Suggestions, Technical Advice, Customer Support, Announcements, and Help. Tribal Pages Homepage. Counter: free counters
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Getting Around
There are several ways to browse the family tree. The Tree View graphically shows the relationship of selected person to their kin. The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right. Above are the father and mother and below are the children. The Ancestor Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph above and children below. On the right are the parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The Descendant Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph and parents below. On the right are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Do you know who your second cousins are? Try the Kinship Relationships Tool. Your site can generate various Reports for each name in your family tree. You can select a name from the list on the top-right menu bar.

In addition to the charts and reports you have Photo Albums, the Events list and the Relationships tool. Family photographs are organized in the Photo Index. Each Album's photographs are accompanied by a caption. To enlarge a photograph just click on it. Keep up with the family birthdays and anniversaries in the Events list. Birthdays and Anniversaries of living persons are listed by month. Want to know how you are related to anybody ? Check out the Relationships tool.

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