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Henry Meese 1808 -- from ohio ?
Posted by: Leona Meese (ID *****7443) Date: August 24, 2004 at 20:06:18
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My Gr,Gr,GreatGrandfather is Henry Meese b.1808 Ohio?. His son John A. Meese b.December 2, 1836 was my Gr, Great Grandfather (m. November 22, 1857 to Lavina Mary Ann Burger)d.February 9, 1914. His son Charles Henry Meese was my Great Grandfather b.June 26,1869,(m. Mary Leonora Shultz April 3,1897, d. August 11, 1929,My Grandfather,his son, Charles Emmett Meese (he was supposed to have changed his first name to Emmett Charles Meese when he was in the service so he would not be called 'Charlie')b. September 11,1897,(m. to Ethel Marie Moore September 10,1919), d. April 30,1963, His son, my father, Emmett Leon Meese b. June 15, 1920,(m.Velma June Smith Decemner 10, 1938)d. March 13, 1964, I am one of five children of my parents. Nancy Lou b.Oct.12,1939, Leona Gay (Me),my twin, Linda Kay b.Jan.17,1941, Velma Louise b.May 11,1944, and Robert
Eugene b. November 15, 1946.

Can someone help me find the correct Henry Meese? I found a Henry from Columbiana County Indiana who had a John A. Meese
with the same date of birth. lmeese@nltc.net. Thank You.


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