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Re: tuttles of estill
Posted by: Doug Fletcher (ID *****0706) Date: August 03, 2006 at 19:11:45
In Reply to: tuttles of estill by cathy huston of 935

Cathy.... I do not have much on the Tuttles of Estill Co., however, your geandmother, Rhoda Wilcox, may be my mother's much older half-sister. We have very little info about her..
Rhoda was born in 1876. A Nov. 4, 1896 Madison Co., marriage record shows a Rhoda Wilcox marrying a Ghent Tuttle. Thomas J. Wilcox was listed as her father. No mother was listed (her mother, Rhoda Cox died in 1886). Thomas Wilcox lived at Panola.
Records indicate Ghent Tuttle died in Dayton Ohio in 1915..
When Thomas Wilcox died in 1922, his obit listed a daughter, Rhoda Schoenbrand, living in Dayton.... When Rhoda's sister, Laura Morningstar died in Middletown, Ohio in 1952, Laura's obit listed a sister, Rhoda Packer living in Dayton.... A Mar. 19, 1953 Dayton obit. listed the death of Rhoda T. Packer, age 77. (the age fits). In addition to Laura; Rhoda had two brothers Leonard and Jim and a sister, Anna Mae living in the Dayton area. Does any of the above possibly fit your grand mother???? Doug F. dfletch1932@yahoo.com


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