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Henry Norman and Mary Ann Tadman
Posted by: Gina Mikel (ID *****8915) Date: July 20, 2009 at 07:24:09
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Looking for info about Henry Norman who married Mary Ann Tadman (or Tedman), probably in Calhoun County, Michigan between 1851 and 1860. Both were immigrants to the U.S. from England, Henry born 1818 in Buckinghamshire and Mary Ann born between 1823 and 1828 in Kent County.

I believe Henry immigrated in 1851 and his first wife, Phoebe (phebe) Williams immigrated later in 1851 with their children (Harriet, Eliza, Rachel, Frederic, and Alexander).

Mary Ann Tadman and Henry Norman had the following children born in Michigan: Sarah Ann, Mary A., Clara Belle, and Ellen (Ella) R. (Phoebe might be the mother of several of these daughters. I'm not sure on this.)

This might be the location of the tombstone of Mary Ann Tadman Norman (Calhoun County, MI):
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~micalhou/cemetery/west_eckford.htm
West Eckford Cemetery
Norman, Mary A (Mrs Henry) born 1823 died 1895

Any further information about this family would be appreciated! I have a little more about some of the descendents. In particular, I'm looking for siblings and parents of Henry Norman and wife Mary Ann Tadman.

Gina


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