Corduan Family of Pommern
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Most Common Surnames
BEUSCHOLD, CORDUAN, HATTENHAUER, JOHANNING, LETTOW, OSBORNE, REHBINDER
Welcome to the Corduan Family Genealogy!
27 January 2006 - 7:00:43am
Welcome to the genealogy database maintained by myself, Alfred Corduan of Southern California. While the primary purpose is to document the family tree of the Corduan family of Pomerania (Pommern), Germany, there is also extensive input on Hattenhauer, Osborne, and Saleski, as well as several royal families to which we find ourselves linked.
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I believe that genealogy serves an important - albeit limited - purpose in the ways of God. Based on Bible Scriptures such as Exodus 33:18-34:7 and Hebrews 7:9-10 it is clear that the choices of our ancestors affect us, both for good or evil. Knowing the choices they made and the lives they lived can help us understand some of the tendencies and pressures that we experience. It can also help us take our life choices seriously, knowing that they will affect all that will follow after. This is the fundamental purpose of my pursuits, that my Lord Jesus Christ may be glorified in all, and that many more may find Him as Savior - all of this is dedicated to Him.
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24 April 2017 - 12:25:08am