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St. Joseph County Michigan
USGenWeb Queries

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Mon, 2 Jun 1997

GALLUP

Interested in Donald C GALLUP, resident rural Marcellus, born 1907 or 1908. Moved to Michigan in the late 1950's or early 1960's. Brother Willard GALLUP and wife Anna lived in Three Rivers, St. Joseph County, MI in the approximate same period and passed on seven of eight years ago (1989-1990) Appreciate any information.
Please email to: Richard W. Gallup

Sat, 2 May 1998

GARRETT

Seeking information on Frank RIGSBY and Zula Locke GARRETT who married in Berrien Co, MI on Oct 12, 1923. I am looking for these people in hopes of finding relatives who may give information about AlonzoGARRETT,whom Zula divorced. I believe I saw a divorce record in Berrien Co, MI when I visited the courthouse some years ago, but have lost the index information. Alonzo is thought to have been living in Detroit in 1912. Thanks in advance.
Please email to: John N Watson

Sat, 2 May 1998

GARRISON

Looking for the family of Adelbert GARRISON. He was born about 1860 in Michigan and was in the 1880 Census in MI St. Joseph Co. Fabius twp. He is not with his parents in this census. Adelbert GARRISON's father is John GARRISON, born about 1837 in Michigan. He is in the 1850 census for MI St. Joseph Co., Constantine twp. and in the 1860 census for St. Joseph Co., Florence twp. John is not with his parents in either. I am trying to find out why he was not with his parents and who his parents are. Thanks for your time!
Please email to: Jean Samuels

Mon, 8 Jun 1998

GEARK/GIRKE

Charles GEARK, born 16 March 1826, died 20 April 1910 married Mary (HEPNER ?), born 10 December 1822, died 27 December 1889. Both were said to be born in Germany. Son Charles GEARK, born 1860, died 1937, married to Minnie HEPNER, born 1859, died 1932. All buried at Salem Lutheran EV Cemetary in ST. Joseph Co., MI. Any information on the GEARK or HEPNER families would be appreciated. These families settled in Sherman Township, MI.
Please email to: Diane Babcock

Sat, 11 Jan 1997

GIBBINS

I am searching for any information and photographs of my GGGrandfather Daniel GIBBINS and family. He was born in England around 1825 (parents unknown), and married (location unknown) around 1849 to Mary Mercy BALCOM. He appears in the Census records of 1860, 1870, and 1880 as a resident of Constantine Township, St. Joseph Co. His occupation was a carriage maker, and he had at least four children: Caroline, Fred (who is buried in Constantine Township Cemetery), Nelson, and Daniel H. I do not know when or where he and his wife died, or where they were buried, but would presume it was in St. Joseph County. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Please email to: Candace A. Kunz

Thu, 13 Mar 1997

GILLETT

Archibald C. GILLETT, born in 1793 MA, married to Mary SCOTT. Family lived in Fawn River, St. Joseph Co., MI from 1857 to his death 31 Dec 1868 in Fawn River. His wife also died in Fawn River. I need any information on this family.
Please email to: Dorothy Gillette

Tue., 26 Aug 1997

GILLETT

I'm looking for information about my Grandfather (Stephen D. GILLETT) and his father (WILLIAM Henry GILLETT) and Grandfather, etc. Stephen GILLETT married Rose HARTMAN in Howardsville in 1895. I would also like information about her parents George W. HARTMAN and Melissa KNOX who owned a farm in Flowerfield Twp. from 1867 or so until the early 1900's. George and Melissa HARTMAN died in 1907 and 1908 respectively in Marcellus (which was closer to the farm, right on the border of Cass County. I am particularly interested in KNOX information tied to Melissa KNOX HARTMAN and anything about William Henry GILLETT. Thanks! Tom Gillett
Followup: Sat, 8 Nov 1997
I'm looking for GILLETTs or GILLETs who lived in St. Joseph Co. from the early 1800s on. My grandfather Stephen Delano GILLETT lived in Flowerfield Township and married Lula CASTNER from Marcellus in 1892. Would appreciate information on other GILLETTs who preceded him and on the CASTNERs who were in the area. Please email to: Tom Gillett

Mon, 18 November 1996

GLENN

Hi: I am doing research on my family and found them in St. Joseph County in the 1850's federal census. The surname is GLENN. John was the father and Euphemia was the mother. They had three children. One daughter named Margaret,a son named Robert and my great great grandfather who was born there in St. Joseph, James GLENN. John listed his trade as a cooper. When I wrote to the library there in St. Joseph they told me that he probably worked at one of the breweries. Don't know just what time they left St. Joseph, but when I found them in 1880 Iowa federal census, Euphemia was not listed. So I thought maybe she passed away there. Would certainly appreciate any ideas you might have on how I could check this information out.
Thank you, Inez Jackson
Please email to: Inez Jackson

Sun, 20 Apr 1997

GRAHAM

Am researching for Agnes GRAHAM, born 1856 in Antrim Co., Ireland married to Fred BARNHART in Three Rivers about 1876-1880. Last known location was in 1910 in Three Rivers, St. Joseph Co., MI. Thanks for your help!
Please email to: Ronnie Aungst

Wed., 10 Sep 1997

GROSS, BOWDISH, MYERS

William GROSS ( born 1846 died 1918) married Della BOWDISH. They lived in St. Joseph Co. Mi. They had a daughter named Nettie Belle GROSS who married Secratous MYERS. Nettie died in 1937 and Secratous died in 1953. Would like to hear from anyone with information on these families.
Please email to: Judy Hull


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Thu, 27 Mar 1997

HACKENBERG

Am trying to gather genealogy information about Robert Lavern HACKENBERG, Sr., born 10/15/1911 and died 8/2/1975 in Mendon, Michigan & Thelma Lucille (HAPPEL) HACKENBERG , born 1/27/1916 and died 3/4/1993 in Mendon, MI. daughter of Henry HAPPEL. I don't know what year they were married or where. They had one son, Robert L. HACKENBERG, Jr.born 7/11/35 and died 9/20/80 in Mendon, MI. and married to Mary Rae GENTRY in 1953. Three children were born to them: Sharry L. HACKENBERG, Larry A. HACKENBERG and Vivian Gail HACKENBERG.
Robert Lavern HACKENBERG, Sr.'s mother's name was Cecile AMBS and she was married to Lester HACKENBERG. Celcile and Lester were divorced, and she then married Fred MOSS. They resided in Colon, MI.
My grandfather, Robert Lavern HACKENBERG, Jr. had three sisters: Helen HACKENBERG, Ruth HACKENBERG and Alice HACKENBERG. I haven't seen them in decades, although Alice HACKENBERG possibly lives in Union City, MI. I'm interested in any other helpful information about this family.
Please email to: Sharry L. Smith (Hackenberg)

Thu, 5 Feb 1998

HACKENBERG

I am interested in any reference to the name HACKENBERG. I have listings of HACKENBERGs who migrated to the U.S in the late 1800's but also have evidence of HACKENBERGs born in Union County and thereabouts around 1840. I have records of four families of HACKENBERGs originating in SILESEA Europe and none of these link, though they all start around 1800 or before. If your name is HACKENBERG, please contact me and fill me in on your known genealogy. I am attempting to piece together a comprehensive family tree.
Please email to: Joseph Hackenberg

Tue, 11 Feb 1997

HAGEHORN

The HAGEHORN family remained in Burr Oak until their death. Samuel HAGEHORN, born 2 September 1811 in Glenville, New York, died 24 February 1891 in Burr Oak, Michigan. Married to Eliza BULMAN, born 1 April 1818 in Glenville, New York, died 3 August 1892 in Burr Oak, Michigan. They had 6 children: Mary Jane HAGEHORN, Richard Henry HAGEHORN, John Wesley HAGEHORN, Edward HAGEHORN, and Catherine Eliza HAGEHORN. I would appreciate any help regarding their children
Please email to: Mary Jefferson

Sat, 30 May 1998

HAGLEGANS

I am searching for anyone who may have information pertaining to any or the HAGELGANS families from St. Joseph Co., primarily in the Colon, Leonidas and Burr Oak areas. John HAGELGANS, Sr. migrated to Colon in 1877 from Germany. His children were already living there. Children included: William, Peter, John, and Henrietta. He had one daughter Caroline who remained in Germany. His parents were George HAGELGANS and Anna BAKER. Any information or comments would be greatly appreciated.
Please email to:Dawn Alli

Mon, 9 Dec 1996

HARMAN

My GGGrandfather, Samuel HARMAN, and my ggrandfather, George HARMAN, moved to St. Joseph County about 1870. I do not find them in the census for that year, nor are they in the Ohio census. I am assuming they were left out because they were on the move. Both Samuel and George are supposedly buried in the Nottawa Cemetery, the one down the road which faces the stone school house. Also in that cemetery should be Mahala SHUNK and Barbara KNEPP SHUNK. I have not been able to find the graves though a relative took pictures about 20 years ago and the township office has not been able to help.
My grandparents, George HARMAN (born 1874) and Mary Katherine (Cassie) Thomas HARMAN lived on a farm about two miles out of Colon on M86 on the county line with Branch County. They are buried in Lakeside Cemetery as are my parents.
In addition to HARMAN, I am seeking information on SHUNK and KNEPP. Catherine KNEPP McCLAIN (she supposedly died in Colon though I was not able to find a grave at Lakeside). The Samuel HARMAN buried in Nottawa (with a large tombstone near the front of the cemetery) is a brother of my ggrandfather, and Fannie, his wife, is a sister to my ggrandmother, Minerva Jane SHUNK HARMAN.
Also, if anyone has information which would prove my theory that the Samuel HARMAN in Branch County is somehow related.
Please email to: June Buller

Sun, 7 Dec 1997

HARRIS

I am in search of any HARRIS family or any MYERS family that lived in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Any information would be appreciative, do to the fact I am at a standstill in the research on these families. Thank you.
Please email to: Lori Kime

Tue., 26 Aug 1997

HARTMAN

George W. HARTMAN married Melissa KNOX, daughter of Jacob KNOX of Flowerfield Township, in 1863. George HARTMAN, the son of Charles and Elizabeth HARTMAN, had five brothers, some of whom settled in St. Joseph Co: Caleb, Jacob, Franklin, John, Charles. Would like to hear about any of these family members. Charles HARTMAN (father of George) died in about 1851, but I would appreciate information on his exact death date--same for Elizabeth and other brothers. Would like to know Jacob KNOX's wife and other children--anything on his family. Thanks.
Please email to: Tom Gillett

Sun, 16 Feb 1997

HEARTSUP

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Mon, 18 Nov 1996

HEIFNER

Seeking anyone who is researching the HEIFNER family from Nottawa, MI area. The family originated in Ashland Co., OH and Mary E. HEIFNER married Pembroke Somerset BECKWITH and resided in the Nottawa and Centreville areas .
Please email to Denise Frederick

Mon, 17 Nov 1997

HELMS

Jenks HELMS family is in the Michigan census in 1845 & federal census in 1850. Looking for information on that family. Wife Sally, children Rosetta, Carleton, Elijah, Elisha, Moses, Niles plus others. Resided Leonidas Twp., St. Joseph County. Came from New York. Went where?
Please email to: Jean Reardon

Sat, 16 May 1998

HIGGINS/HIGGENS

I am looking for a Edwin HIGGENS who was born in Constantine, St. Joseph Co., MI sometime around the years 1835-1845. I saw a David HIGGINS listed in the St. Joseph Co. 1845 Census and think that this could possibly be his father. Believe that Edwin HIGGENS' parents died while he was young and he moved to possibly Washington DC area.
Please email directly: Robin Bango

Fri, 3 Jan 1997

HILE

I am interested in the ancestors and descendants of Henry HILE and his wife, Elizabeth HARTRANFT. He was born 4 Aug 1804, in PA and died 1878 in St. Joseph Co., MI. She was born 27 Oct 1810 in PA and died 1871 in St. Joseph Co., MI. They were m 17 Sep 1827 in Northampton Co., PA. Their children were as follows: John (m Sarah Jane REED and Henriette E. VINCENT), Caroline, Daniel, Mary Ann (m John W. KLINE), Elizabeth, William (m Margaret Ann REED), Henry Jefferson (m Catharine S. SHRAUGER), Harriet (m William H. TRY), Sarah Jane, and Samuel. They were in MI at least by 1850.
Gene P. Ewert
PO Box 264
Neodesha, KS 66757
gkewert@terranet.net
Please email to: Gene P. Ewert

Thu, 30 Jan 1997

HILL

William HILL, Jr. arrived in St. Joseph County, Park Township, MI in 1836, from New Jersey, with his wife Margaret STALEY. To this couple were born the following children: *Jerusha A. , Elizabeth, Cornelius, Peter, Abbie Jane, Horace Comstock and Harriet. William died on June 18, 1842 in Park Township. His brother Cornelius HILL donated the land for the cemetery and it was called the Hill Cemetery for many years. Now it is called the Mint Cemetery.
Abraham STALEY arrived in Park Township, St. Joseph Co., MI in 1836, from Sussex Co., New Jersey, with his wife Elizabeth HAMMON. This couple came with their daughter, Margaret and her husband, William HILL, Jr. Abraham STALEY died February 4, 1866 and Margaret HILL died December 12, 1885 in Park Township. They are buried in the Hill/Mint Cemetery
Please email to: Janet M. Hradsky

Fri, 16 Jan 1998

HOLCOMBE

Need descendants of Joseph and Julia (BLANCHARD) HOLCOMBE. Joseph HOLCOMBEdied in Leonidas, MI in about 1840-46. Three children---Rev. Theodore Isaac HOLCOMBE, Dr. Joseph Almeron HOLCOMBE and Sylvia (HOLCOMBE) BRAINARD. After Joseph's death, Julia married National CLARKE. They moved to Wisconsin and later to Minnesota. Slyvia was considered an adult in Court Records of 1947 and may have married and remained in Michigan. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.
Please email to: Pauline Blanchard

Mon, 16 Mar 1998

HOOT

Looking for Mary HOOT married Henry SNYDER 24 Dec 1861. Had 5 children; William and Nettie were born in Three Rivers.
Please email to:Pete Larsen

Sun, 16 Mar 1997

HOPPIN

I am trying to determine if the Miss Ruth HOPPIN that was born in 1833 in Three Rivers, Michigan is the same Miss Ruth HOPPIN that discovered the Ozark Cavefish in Missouri in 1889. She was a professor of Biology and Botany at what is now Eastern Michigan University. She died in 1903. I would appreciate any help in this matter.
Please email to: Jan Hinsey

Sat, 27 Mar 1998

HUDSON/RANSOM

Jonathan HUDSON, born about 1816 in Reading, PA, died in Trenton, MI, married Charlotte RANSOM(E), born about 1820 in Geneva, N.Y. Jonathan is said to have been the Minister of the White Pigeon Methodist Church, I don't know whether this was before or after he married Charlotte. Anyone who can shed light on this, please e-mail me. Thanks in advance
Please email any information to: Cornelia Warner

Sun, 9 Feb 1997

HULL

I am looking for information on Lynn HULL (Linn HULL) born abt. 1893 in St. Joseph Co. to Charles and Jessie HULL. In the 1900 census he was with his parents at age 7, but in 1910 he was with his grandparents Frank and Louise HULL. I don't know what happened to his parents or when he died. Any information would be helpful.
Surnames listed in this query are: Lynn HULL, Charles HULL, Jessie HULL, Frank HULL, Louise HULL
Thank You,
Judy Hull
Please email any information to: Judy Hull

Thu, 24 Apr 1997

HULL, PASHBY, ROBINS, CHAMBERS, NORRIS, HICKOK, FISHER

William HULL married Polly HICKOK. Their son John HULL married Mary Matilda FISHER (parents: Josiah FISHER & Miss GOSS). John and Mary HULL had son Frank HULL Dec. 1847 he married Louisa P. PASHBY (parents: George PASHBY & Jane COOK). Frank and Louisa HULL had son Charles HULL who married Jessie A. ROBINS (parents: John ROBINS & Frances CHAMBERS).
Please email any information to: Judy Hull

Fri, 26 Dec 1997

HULL

Searching for information on the HULL family. Daniel HULL married Jane CATLIN in NY in 1833. He died in Three Rivers, MI in 1876. Where is he buried? They had the following children: Martha, Francis, Charles, and Emma. Related to Ezra COLE who came to Three Rivers in the 1830's and founded the Methodist church. Any info on the HULL family would be most helpful, thanks.
Please email to: Alan Schlosser

Sat, 2 May 1998

HULL

Seeking information on Bastian and Helen (HULL) SMITZ. She was the daughter of Levi HULL, who was the minister at the United Methodist Church.
Please email to: Debby Painter

Fri, 2 Jan 1998

HUNTLEY

I am looking for anyone who has information on Leutalus HUNTLEY. His family is listed in the 1850 census for Nottawa Township. His daughter, Adeline HUNTLEY married George ROGERS. He is my GGGGGrandfather. I need to know what his wife's last name is. All I can find is Harriet. Also, I am looking for information on the LANE family and the BITTING family. If anyones knows anything, please contact me. Thanks so much!!
Please email to: Kathy Beberniss


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Tue, 11 Feb 1997

JOHNSON

I have a family that moved to Burr Oak about 1845. The JOHNSON's were from England. I have lost them after the 1860 census. John JOHNSON, born, 11 September 1808 from Wrawby, Lincolnshire, England. Married to Anne HOLDSWORTH born 21 October 1816 in Broughton by Brigg, Lincolnshire, England. They had 7 children: William JOHNSON, John JOHNSON, Thomas JOHNSON, George JOHNSON, Eliza Ann JOHNSON, Henry JOHNSON and Hattie JOHNSON. I would appreciate any help regarding them.
Please email to: Mary Jefferson


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Sat, 19 Jul 1997

KEYES

Looking for death info or place of burial for Levi KEYES and wife Martha R. KEYES, both lifelong residents of Leonidas Twp. Levi died 1871 and Martha in 1878. Both are known to have been buried in the local area. Any help with this search will be greatly appreciated!
Please email any information to: Ronald L. Kyes

Wed, 17 Dec 1997

KEYES

Need obit or death info for Rawdon KEYES who died in Colon on 7 Apr 1920. Will reimburse any expense for this search!
Please email any information to: Ronald L. Kyes

Fri, 3 Jan 1997

KLINE

I am interested in the ancestors and decendants of John W. KLINE and his wife, Mary Ann HILE. He was born 21 Nov 1833 in Beavertown,, Snyder Co., PA. She was born 13 Oct 1835 in McEwensville, Northumberland Co., PA. They were married 4 Jul 1855 in Parkville, St. Joseph Co., MI. John died 29 Mar 1919 in Sterling, Rice Co., KS (hit by a run-away team of horses). Mary Ann died 19 Jun 1900 in Rice Co., KS. Their children were as follows: Charles Wallace (m Sarah Ann MAURER), Savilla Harriett (m Samuel KAUFFMAN, Sarah Ellen (m Aaron COONFER), Ida Myra (infant), William Henry(infant), Mary Elizabeth (m Marshall Riley RATHBUN), Catherine Elma (m Frank GARVEN and George R. MILLER), Albert W. (m Myrtle A. GROVES), Calvin (infant). He lived in St. Joseph Co., MI from at least 1854 to 1878 at which time they moved to Rice Co., KS
Gene P. Ewert
Rt 2 Box 299E
Neodesha, KS 66757
Please email to: Gene P. Ewert

Sat, 25 May 1997

KLINE

My GGrandfather was from White Pigeon. His name was Adam KLINE. I believe he fought in the Civil War. He was married to Christine (KLIFISH?) KLINE. One of their sons, William J. KLINE, was my Grandfather. He was born in 1869 in White Pigeon and died in Waco, Texas in 1957 at the age of 88. Adam KLINE had two brothers named Matthew KLINE and John KLINE. Any information or contacts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you... Jack Bush.
Please email any information to: Jack Bush

Sat, 31 Jan 1998

KLUG

I am looking for information on family RUPP from POMERANIA in GERMANY (RUMMELSBURG, probably TRETEN), who emigrated to Michigan ( probably St. Joseph) between 1890 - 1920?? They were brothers, all of them had learnt a trade in Pomerania. One brother was a tailor. His daughter was named MINNA RUPP. She is thought to have been born about 1890. Their brother ERNST RUPP ( a well-digger: I am not sure whether the expression is correct)stayed in Pomerania and married JOHANNA RUHMKE from Drawehn. MINNA was the godmother of her cousin FRANZISKA (FRAENZE) RUHMKE's (born RUPP)daughter ERIKA in Berlin, Germany. ERNST RUPP my grandmother JOHANNA's father. If you can help us to find some of our lost relatives please mail to Karin.
Please email to: Karin Hartig

Sun, 11 Jan 1998

KNOX

I'm seeking information about Jacob KNOX who was in Flowerfield Township in the early 1800s. His daughter, Melissa KNOX married George HARTMAN in the 1860s, I believe. George and Melissa HARTMAN owned a farm near Marcellus (but still in St. Joe Co) until the 1890s. Who was Jacob's wife? His parents? Did Melissa KNOX have siblings? Any information would be appreciated.
Please email to Tom Gillett


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Sun, 7 Dec 1996

LACKEY

Looking for children ofJames Alan LACKEY born Oct 1, 1828 and died Feb 19, 1850. His father was George Hamilton LACKEY and his mother was Susannah CARSON LACKEY. James Alan married Verlinda E. TAYS she was born May 15, 1828 and died Jan 4, 1921. Her parents were John T TAYS and her mother was Elizabeth SMITH. Their children were: George Hamilton born May 11, 1851, Mary A born Jan 30, 1853, John T born July 31, 1855, Robert Smith born April 3, 1857 died Nov 21, 1935, Henry N born March 24, 1859 died Nov 18, 1940, William Leander March 1, 1861. Anyone with any knowledge on any of these please contact me at 1-704-632-6210 Lahoma Warren.
Please email to: Lahoma Warren

Wed, 18 Dec 1996

LANGDON

I am researching the LANGDON family who settled in St. Joseph County, MI in 1835. They previously lived in OH & NY. Associated names: TEFFT, BOVIE or BOVEE. Thanks for helping.
Please email to: Karen Venable

Sun, 23 Feb 1997

LANGTON

Researching LANGTON and WRIGHT surnames in St. Joseph County, MI. William and his brother, James, and their families, immigrated ca. 1851, from Lincolnshire, England. Son George Thomas LANGTON was b. 22 Apr 1860, at Cora Station, MI. Does anyone know the location of Cora Station, MI? There may also have been members of the WRIGHT family that immigrated about this time. William's wife, Mary, was a WRIGHT. Any info to share or trade, please email.
Please email information to: Dorothy Langton

Sun, 3 Aug 1997

LEISTER/LYSTER

Researching the LEISTER (or LYSTER) family in Leonidas twp. Henry LEISTER purchased a farm in Section 15 in April 1888. His sister Rebecca and her husband William LIGHTHISER lived across the road. Would like to locate the desendants of both Henry and Rebecca. In particular, the desendants of Henry's two oldest children George LEISTER and Hannah LEISTER. Also William and Rebecca LIGHTHISER's child John Henry LIGHTHISER.
Please email to: Robert Lyster

Sun, 9 Feb 1997

LITCHENWALTER

Would like to know where Arthur LITCHENWALTER and his wife Pearl OSGOOD ST. JOHNS were buried and death dates. They were the owners of the River Inn which is now BARCZAK'S. Pearl died before 1927 as she is not named in her Uncle Alvin's will and I am quite sure that Arthur [Art] LITCHENWALTER died in the 1940's or early 1950's.
Thank you,
Amelia B. Castle
Please email information to: Amelia B. Castle

Mon, 12 Jan 1998

LUMLEY

This is being sent to obtain information on my grandfather's death. He died in either 1961 to 1963. His name was Herbert Edward LUMLEY. He was my father's father and died about two to three years after my father who died on March 10, 1960. I would be so apreciative of any help. I am at the end of my ropes on getting any info.
Please email any information to: Elena Lumley Lewin

Sun, 23 Feb 1997

LYON

Charles E. LYON married Wealthy AMES in the 1840's. Their first son George W. LYON was born March 22, 1845. In the 1850 census Charles 28 and Wealthy 24 with 2 children were living in Colon, MI next door to Spencer AMES, 49 and wife Amanda, 41 with 3 children. I am interested in the wedding date and location of Charles and Wealthy LYON (probably Colon or Burr Oak) and Amanda's maiden name (could it be TRUSSEL or POOL?).
Please email information to: Greg Lyons

Sat., 21 Feb 1998

LYON/MORGAN

I am looking for information on Miranda M. LYON. Born: July 3,1827 Rochester, NY. She married Wiallard W. MORGAN, Jan.1, 1848. Willard and Miranda MORGAN moved to Burr Oak in 1853 and lived in Burr Oak until 1865. They had 9 children. Two children were born in Burr Oak Janette MORGAN born, May 21, 1856 and Julia Ann MORGAN born Sept. 11, 1859. Miranda and Willard moved to Illinois in the fall of 1865. In 1871, they moved to Belvidere, NE. I would like to know who the parents of Miranda M. LYON are or siblings. Also any information on the LYON family would be much appreciated. Thank You.
Please email to: Mark Baker

Thu, 6 Feb 1997

LYTER

Julia Etta LYTER born 1864 married Percival WAGNER from Colon, MI. Looking for any information on Julia Etta LYTER and her family of LYTER's. Thanks, Judy Hudson
e-mail: royh@voyager.net
Please email to: Judy Hudson


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