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Re: Willette (or other spelling variations?) 1800's
Posted by: John Bedard (ID *****8663) Date: November 04, 2013 at 13:58:15
In Reply to: Re: Willette (or other spelling variations?) 1800's by Annie Carlile of 779

Not sure if I already replied to this posting, but if not, Thanks you! I am still stuck at Archie, who married Carrie Walker, daughter of Richard Walker. Can not find birth record, marriage record, or death date/record. Incredible. Archie appears out of nowhere, and is last seen on the 1920 census up there in Aroostook County.

John B.


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