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Re: Charles Cheeseman m. Elizabeth Jarmer
Posted by: Donald I. Cheeseman Date: December 13, 2001 at 18:48:29
In Reply to: Charles Cheeseman m. Elizabeth Jarmer by Joseph Andorfer of 756

Sir: I think I have it all! My branch of the Cheeseman family are all decended from Charles Cheeseman (B. 1786 in England...don't have his date of death) and Elizabeth Jarmer (B. 1790 in England, died: 1869. Buried in England).

They had seven children and they were:

Alfred Cheeseman (born England, May 18, 1812. Died Dec. 26, 1894. Buried in Brookville, Illinois)
Mary Cheeseman (born England. Don't have date. Died and buried in date in my book)
George Cheeseman (born England, Dec. 25, 1814. Died: May 6, 1898. Buried in Shannon, Illinois)
Robert Cheeeseman (born Tun Bridge, England, March 5, 1818. Died: Aug. 31, 1896. Buried in Milledgeville, Illinois)
Elizabeth Cheeseman (born Tun Bridge, England in 1826. Died: July 1, 1875. Buried in Tun Bridge, England)
Jonathan Cheeseman (born Aug.11, 1829 England. Died: Feb. 11, 1913. Buried in England)
Josiah Cheeseman (born June 9, 1831 England. Died: Nov. 25, 1897. Buried in England)

I have nearly 400 pages of the decendents of Charles Cheeseman and Elizabeth Jarmer. I've been the keeper of our family records for many years now. Perhaps it's time I copied everything onto a CD-ROM eh? Contact me if you'd like more info.


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