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Re: Kansas Feltners
Posted by: Mary Margaret Feltner-Ulrich Date: March 02, 2002 at 14:39:22
In Reply to: Kansas Feltners by Nancy Larrick of 201

Nancy: Read your post of 21 July 2001. Interesting! Alonzo (Uncle Lon) is my G-father's half brother His name was Perry Feltner. There were several brothers and half brothers. William was married at least twice. They all were original settlers on a farm near Olivet,KS. Perry and Unkle Lon, (Alonzo) ended up in Lyndon, Ks just a house or two apart.

If you are interested, the daughters of,Uncle Lon and Aunt Margie, as we called her, married as follows, to the best of my mamory. Airi Lucille, m --- Fine, Lois, m Ted Muech (sp}Doris Jean,married a man ----Gilman. His parents opened the first cash and carry independent grocery store in Lyndon, KS in the late 1930s. Caused quite a stir. Everyone said it would never work. It did. Doris Jean. and her husbend had a large ranch home on Hwy. #75, south of Lyndon,KS, Had HUGH golden "G" on the stone fireplace chimney facing the highway. It still is standing I believe. Small world. Margaret in Texas



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