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Borlands from Ohio to Nebraska
Posted by: Kathy Kin (ID *****8838) Date: December 02, 2003 at 12:08:48
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Hi to all Borland searchers :-)
I was very excited to find this forum. I have a notebook of Borland family history put together by my great uncle, Warren Baker and by great grandfather, Hiram Baker, who were sons of Mary Ann Borland Baker. She stayed behind in Ohio with her husband and children when her parents and most of her siblings moved to Nebraska by covered wagon. Her parents were William and Sarah Borland. Some of her siblings were William Wallace, Christopher Columbus, Amanda Jane, Hiram, James, and others. The family settled in Nebraska, and several children walked back to rejoin their sister and old friends in Ohio, while others stayed in Nebraska. I would love to add more info to the family history put together so many years ago by my ancestors, especially on Sarah's side of the family, as there is very little information on her people. Though the information they have is thorough, I want more! (Doesn't every genealogy "freak" want more info???) I have copies of original letters written by many of the brothers and sisters of my great-great grandmother Mary Ann Borland Baker that I would be happy to exchange with any of you for more information to add to what I already have.
TIA, Kathy Kin in Ohio
mkin@udata.com


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