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Re: Origin of the Flaig family name.
Posted by: Marcia Staton (ID *****9340) Date: June 14, 2006 at 01:53:39
In Reply to: Re: Origin of the Flaig family name. by Jackie Johnson of 35


I am part of a group of researchers who are trying to collect info on all the War of 1812 & the Civil War Veteran's of Monroe Co., WI

One of our veteran's is Samuel Flaig b. February, 1836 in Germany m. to Sarah ? b. c. 1844 in Ohio. They had 3 daughters. He enlisted in the 11th Ohio Infantry, Co. H in 1861. They lived at Farmers Valley, Monroe Co., WI AFTER THE WAR. If you can help us fill in the blanks we would be grateful

We need his parents names, birth/death/burial info and the names of their children. When he came to America where he lived before the war, his date of marriage to Sarah, her maiden name and the names of her parents, their birth, death, burial info and the names of their children.

We are fortunate to have funding for our book and can include photos and all letters/diaries, etc. that pertain to the War. If you have such and would like to share, please let us know.

If you have any info on these men, or if you believe that any info I sent you is incorrect, please let me know. Pictures, etc would be very welcome.

My e-mail if MStaton@Tomah.com.

Thank you. Marcia


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