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Re: Family History and Coat of Arms
Posted by: Elden Paul Laffoon, Sr. (ID *****2076) Date: October 15, 2006 at 15:29:50
In Reply to: Re: Family History and Coat of Arms by Elden Paul Laffoon, Sr. of 561

Just a quick note to those of you who are doing the actual searchs. I'm the first-born of Donald Douglas Laffoon, Sr. and Elaine A. Wehling/Laffoon of Martinton, Iroquois Co., IL.

My father was born in Donovan, Iroquois Co., IL. to Paul and Vera Laffoon (later to be Doran). His siblings were: Wilbur, Helen, Mary, and Barbara.

I have one full-brother, Donald Douglas Laffoon, Jr. (second-born) and a half-brother, Allan Laffoon (by Don Sr.'s marriage to Marsha Bullard of Kentland, IN.

I'm related to Ruby Laffoon, past Govenor of the State of Kentucky.

My late cousin, James Robert Laffoon (U.S. Marshal-San Diego, CA.) was performing a thorough geneology investigation into our family. However, J.R. passed away from cancer and I lost complete touch with his widow and family. He had completed at LEAST two full volumes of material! Any help reconnecting with his family would be much appreciated!

I reside in Bolingbrook, Will Co., IL. (outside Chicago) with my wife Esther Irene Gierz/Laffoon. Yes, we've got a ton of kids/grandkids between us!

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