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January - December 2005
January 9, 2005
I am seeking for an information on my great great grandfather Alexander
and his wives in Ford County, Dodge City. He was married to Emy PRINCE on
September 4, 1885 when she was 30 year old and he was 59 year old. She was his
3rd wife and how many children they had ?. Where Emy was born? Alexander was
later married to Mrs Northern in 1899. What was her full name and where she
was from?. He was married to another woman named Lucy D Stinson in 1883 and
what was her maiden name?. I want to know about Alexander and his wives if you
will inform me about them.
Meredith Fry March 4, 2005
I am looking for information on the Fisher surname. I am looking
specifically for Daniel and Margaret Fisher of Bucklin circa 1900. They had
4 children with unusual names so they seem a little easier to track:
Archie, Octia (born in Oct.), Cecil and Flake (you guessed it, born in
Dec.). I will be glad to be your contact person, I only hope some of their
children/grandchildren will think to look here! I have been all over
Ancestry.com. with a little luck, I can't wait to look at your records.
Thank you for this site!
Sandra Tennyson July 30, 1005
I would like to contact anyone who descends from the PRESTON/HOBBSfamily. William Hobbs Preston born 1838 in England. He lived out his
life in Dodge City, Kansas. William was a brother to my great
grandmother, Annie Elizabeth Preston Glover.
Darlene A. Oglesby December 20,
My great grandmother's name is Margaret (Maggie) Hickerson of Kansas. She
was married to Clarence Mudgett in 1893. I've been able to find a lot of
Mudgett information, but I can't trace Maggie back to even a parent. If you
can help me, I'd appreciate it.
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