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|Jan LaBorde Routh||Margaret Sisco #11742236|
I'm a Sisco genealogist and a fellow FindAGrave contributor. I know this is a long shot, but I was wondering if there is any chance that Margaret's death date (10 October 1902) is incorrect. Could it have possibly been 2 May 1879? She's buried in plot 279 which was owned by Oliver and Margaret (Mayhew) Sisco's son Frank Sisco.
Oliver Sisco, also buried in plot 279 in Montrose Cemetery, was born abt 1818 Philadelphia, PA, died 1 March 1908, age 90, in Montrose Township, Genessee County, Michigan. He married Margaret Mayhew (original French spelling Mahieu) 27 June 1841 Cuyahoga County, OH. It seems likely that his wife Margaret would have been buried with him. She is supposed to be buried in Montrose Cemetery. Oliver's wife Margaret was age 55 when she died (the same age as your Margaret Sisco on FindAGrave), but his wife was born about 1824 in VT and died 2 May 1879, age 55, Montrose Township, Genessee County, Michigan.
I apologize for asking you to verify Margaret Sisco's death date, but would you mind rechecking? There is no rush--just when you have the time. It would be much appreciated.
Thank you very much,
Jan LaBorde Routh
|raspberrybee||Oliver Sisco - Montrose, Michigan|
I live in Montrose and I am curious about learning more about Oliver Sisco and his family. His name came up while looking thru cemetery records and I am curious about researching him and maybe doing a story about him and his family for our local historical museums bi-monthly newspaper.
While ‘playing' around on Find a Grave I noticed that you entered the memorial for many Lannon's, Sisco's, Spohn's – names I am coming across while looking through the documents I have borrowed from the museum. I also noticed that your email (returned to me) sounds like the last name given for the binder of info found at the museum. I am wondering if you are related to the people mentioned above and if so if you have any info to add to the story of the Sisco's in Montrose, Michigan?
Thank you very much for reading this note and for considering to help me out on this adventure