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Re: WILEY'S of Indiana/ 1850 thru present
Posted by: Gale Blacksnake (ID *****4865) Date: January 15, 2003 at 07:27:48
In Reply to: WILEY'S of Indiana/ 1850 thru present by Rick Wiley of 296

Wabash County History 1976

Notes that Harry Wiley was blacksmith and lumber worker

Robert Wiley's wife was named Billie Lynn daughter of William Lynn and Orill Jane Miller B 7-15-1855.

John Wiley and his sister Hattie ran a small store and post office called "Pioneer-Puckers Brush" for several years.

In 1975, Mrs Charles Wiley was involved in the Kappa Delta Phi Sorority and served on the Medical Committee.

Hope this helps.

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