The focus of this page is the Ulmer family members who attended the rural Redeemer Lutheran Church of Neudorf, SK. The family is traced back to the early 1700's, to Willmandingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, in the southern region of Germany. Willmandingen is located west of Ulm and south of Stuttgart. In the late 1700's some of the Ulmer family members emigrated from Willmandingen to the Galician villages of Uliczno and Gassendorf. Examples of the record of birth for some of the Ulmer Family Children included in the 1800's Church archives are presented here. In the late 1800's members of the Ulmer family emigrated to Canada to the Pheasant Forks, NWT region. Some of the Redeemer Ulmer pioneers are buried in the rural Redeemer Lutheran Cemetery, Neudorf, SK. The family history is described in more detail in the Ulmer Family History book, 1991, by Calvin Ulmer.            
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Acknowledgements :   Much of the information included here was obtained from the genealogical information in the Daum CD's covering Uliczno and Gassendorf in Galicia. The information was supplemented by LDS records covering the 1880 to 1900 period. The Passenger Ship records are from the online Library and Archives Canada files.
  ✔   Thanks to all !   ✔
  Dick Gattinger, Ottawa, 2013.