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Living in northern Indiana. Interested primarily in western Illinois (Henry Co.), western Michigan (Kent Co. and others), central Ohio (Delaware and Marion Counties), and York and Cumberland Counties in Pennsylvania. All of these locations are associated with the Brenner family, but I also have researched Ericksens, Gillmores, and Ullmans in Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa (specifically, O'Brien, Clayton, and Polk Counties in Iowa).|
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|Kay||James Mannasmith-Sarah Martin|
I cant find my files on the Mannasmith's right now, I went to Marion Co library and got some info on them there, but like I said I cant find it. Peter their only son had a son named Martin(maybe after his mother last name),plus I think there was a marriage record. I think Peter had sister named Mary, there is a Mary Mannasmith about that time that got married had one child and her husband went south for something and never returned. Nobody knew what happen to him. I'm not forsure if she belong with this family. Sorry I cant help you any more
Added by Kay on Mar 26, 2014 11:19 PM
|Richard Howell||RE: Armena Sommers Gross|
Hi,I got Sommers off a family tree on Ancestry..she was married to Wendel,who died in 1856 so I had to change Henry and Alexander father to him..they were in the 1850 census together..let me know if you find a confirmation for Sommers,or I can remove it..regards,Rich Howell
|Carol Wolf Britton||RE: Philip Strine Family History|
I am just trying to catch up a little, did I reply to your message about Philip Strine and the Brenners? if not I am truly sorry. Philip Strine was in Delaware County in the 1840 census. His sister Elizabeth Strine married Daniel Brenner
In 1821 in Pennslyvania. Elizabeth is buried in Waldo Cemetery in Marion County Ohio.
feel free to email me anytime. I will try and get back to you in a more timely fashion.
Carol Wolf Britton
|Ted G. Fleener||RE: Raines Question|
That is a tough one. The Raines spelling is not common, but my people were in se Missouri. I know an undertaker and a pastor in Edgewood. Maybe they have more information. You can send a reply to this e mail, but I seldom use it. There are a few Hatchers around. Hatch is not a common name here.
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