Thanks for the great information provided by this site and the warning about the eBay scam on the opening teardrop page. I almost bought one of those teardrop plan CD's. :-)
Hi Dennis, Haven't been to your site for a while, and need to get back into researching our Kuhns line. So I was showing a cousin your great site, and just wanted to say HI!!!
Looks like you are doing well! Congratulations.
Hi Denny: You do excellent work! And now you're building another Tear? I've heard the cruise ships nearly always build two ships that are exactly alike. The Titanic had a sister ship, the Olympic that sailed on for years after the loss of the other more famous vessel. Two (tears) in the hand are better than one in the bush as some will say.
I bought a Kit in need of some repair 3 years ago. Haven't been able to get my husband motivated to help me with it and most is outside my area of expertise. But now my son and a friend are working on it every weekend. We should be camping in about 2 months! I cannot wait!!
Your site is really interesting and inspiring. Not to mention funny!
Thanks for a great job!
I loved the simplicity of your tear. I just started mine
here in Alabama. Great music at the end of your site.
A fascinating site to discover while "fooling around" with Google! Will look in more often and hope to find some close family.
Thanks for a great web site! I reference it all the time.
Thanks to Cougartown for the link to your site.
Hi Dennie. I grew up 4 houses east of you on 120 th. Perhaps you remember my mom and dad Wanda and Martin. My mom is doing well. She lives up in Los Gatos Ca. now. Good to read your posts on C-town. Best Wishes, Bob C.73
Denny, Great website! I was led here by the link in the Cougartown website. I, too, lived in Del Aire as a kid - at the corner of 118th Pl and Judah. Back in the day, my brothers used to ride their bikes over to the open fields that lay to the west in El Segundo - hunt rabbits, bring home tadpoles, etc. What fun! Almost like playing Huck Finn. Good to find a fellow local!
Interesting site, Picture's remind me of days gone by.
GREAT Guestbook. Man, I'm going to have to pick your brain on this one.
Yes, between genealogy, teardrops and computer savvy, you ARE the King, not to mention race cars. You should have engineering degrees in at least 3 subjects.
Congratulations on a beautiful website. You put your soul into whatever you do.
BOY! Is this ever a great website! Your obvious talent for building a superb teardrop is only exceeded by your great sense of humor! Love the little ditty at the bottom of the first page of your websites ... "turn me off", etc.; also the beer routine and that Uncle Kilroy Denny at the top of that same page. VERY FUNNY. Lots of smiles here! :-D
Thanks for an extremely entertaining, as well as informational, website. Might try makin one of those TD's myself!
Hello there!!! I was astonished about this page, so many Unfrieds all over the world!! WOW! I'm a 20 year old girl from Austria. My grandfather was Franz Unfried and he and his family were living in a small town called Ziersdorf(60km from vienna, in the north) for more than hundred years!!! Some of my relatives still are living there. If anyone wants to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
is my email address. feel free to write me! all the best to the UNFRIEDs!
Great Web site. My Grandfather (GrossVater) was John Unfried from Los Angeles. His daughters are my mom Gloria Unfried (Rogers) and Carole Unfried (Webb). Great site with lots of wonderful pictures.
I have a question is the Picture of John Unfried and Mildred my Grandfather John with his first wife. John married my grandmother Alice Anderson.
My maiden name is Waltraud Unfried, I am born in Germany and I still live there with my family, husband and 3 children. Since I am married my name is Waltraud Kugler.
I am 49 years old, my father Heinrich Unfried is 79, I have also a sister of 45. My mother died in 1995.
My grandfather was Wilhelm Unfried, his wife was Angela Unfried, they lived in Sulzbach/Saar in Germany.
It would be funny to have contact to other "Unfrieds" in the world.
By the way: do you know what "Unfried" means in german language? Discord, Quarrel!
When I was young, I had some trouble with this name! Everytimes people asked me if my character is like my name...
Greetings to all Unfried, and please send me a mail to
My greatgrandfather was Franz Unfried who fought and died
from wounds in The Civil War. Hello to all the Unfrieds
out there. Keep up the good work on your site.
MY NAME IS DANIELA UNFRIED,I AM FROM SAN JOSE ,COSTA RICA.
I HAVE MY GRANDFATHER HERE WITH HIS WIFE,MY DAD AND HIS BROTHERS , AND KNOW WE ARE THE 3RD GENERATION .
WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO CONTACT US!!!
MY E-MAIL IS: email@example.com
PLEASE WRITE BACK!!!!
Dennis, thank you for an outstanding web page! Even though I am a KUHNS research person, am still interested in reading about the Unfried's!
Really like your web site please visit ours and have a great Thanksgiving
I have done some research on my family tree (my mother's maiden name was Unfried), and I discovered that my great-great grandfather's name was George Unfried. I don't know much about him except that he lived in Strausberg in the Alsace-Loraine region. His wife was born in 1855, so he was probably born in the early 1850s. I noticed that there is a George Unfried, Jr. on your tree who was born in 1830. Did he have any children?
Found your web site after small family reunion here in Illinois. Great site... Gee didn't know we have so many Unfried's on this planet...
If you're interested, please feel free to contact me with parents, grandparents, etc. We are most likely related, somehow...
Hope to hear from you.
I found your site today, and started looking around and found it was very interesting. I will be back again. I am the great-great-grandson of Franz Unfried that came to Vanderburgh Co., IN. around 1849, fought in the Civil War. he later married Anna Elizabeth Paul. They then moved to Equality, IL.
HELLO RUTH KOPEC HERE DAUGHTER OF ANNA ZIMMERMANN. I THINK YOU HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB ON THIS SITE!! LOOKING FORWARD 2 THE BIG UNFRIED REUNION THIS WEEKEND IN BURNEY FALLS THIS 4TH JULY WEEKEND 2K2
Hello! This is a wonderful website! I am the daughter of Lynette Helle (Kopec), the daughter of Ruth Kopec (Zimmerman), the daughter of Anna and Max Zimmerman. Thanks for all of the hard work that went into this! :-) I was married this past year, August 25, 2001, to my wonderful friend, Andrew Wilson.
As the grandson of Max & Anna Zimmermann I have most all the old family pictures of the Zimmermann/Unfrieds. Any interest, just let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
. I also have kept up the Soul Winner'd guide work of Max Zimmermann. It can be seen at immanuelmission.com Great Site, Thanks.
My name is Donielle Brinkman. My great - grandmother was Anna Unfried (married to Max Zimmermann). Max and Anna's son Waldemar was my grandfather and Donald Zimmermann my father. I am one of five children: Donielle Brinkman (spouse: Jim Brinkman, son: Tanner Brinkman), Daniel Zimmermann (spouse: Brooke Morris), David Zimmermann (spouse: Aimee Tewalt), Darin Zimmermann (spouse: Jodi Human), and Dustin Zimmermann. We also have a website with family pictures.
Hi my name is Annette Kacalek, I am the daughter of Walt Zimmermann son of Anna (Unfried) Zimmermann. The picture shown of a baby with my mom and dad is a picture of my son Ivan, their grandson. We live in Millville, Ca. and have 5 children all grown now. Ivan, Jeannette, Aaron, Darren and Ryan. Three grandchildren Shianne, Jaimin and Macray. On my grandmother picture the information of my Uncle Roland is missing. GREAT web site. Thanks Annette
Hey...neat page. I just happend to stumble across it while veiwing some pages. I am the son of Wesley Robert Unfried Jr. If you could send me an email with some more information about the Unfried background i would appreciate it.
This is an excellent website. My mother's maiden name was Unfried, and her grandfather's name was Alfred Robert Unfried, who was born in Strausberg, then a part of Germany, in 1894. Alfred came to the US with his widowed mother when he was 12. My great-grandfather's name was Edward or Frederick (Friedrich), and I suspect he was born in the 1850s. I scanned this site for any possible connections, but I don't think I found any.
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