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Re: I will do Fillmore book look-ups
Posted by: Susan Spieker Date: January 05, 2001 at 20:53:30
In Reply to: Re: I will do Fillmore book look-ups by Marcia Hardesty of 106

There appear to be several Walkers covered in this book. They are covered below:

George Walker -- listed as being on the Board of Supervisors in 1893 in the township of Geneva. Also listed as being in the Swine Breeders club in 1896. Also listed on the Madison Township Hemestead Map. No other information listed.

Jesse W. Walker -- listed on the Stanton Township Homestead Map. Also included is a 5 paragraph family history of Jesse W. and Adeline (Sager) Walker and their family, which included a family photo from 1917.

Martin Walker -- listed on the Franklin Township Homestead Map. No other information is listed.

Samuel Walker -- listed on the Franklin Township Homestead Map. No other information is listed.

William Walker -- listed on the Madison Township Homestead Map. No other information is listed.

There are 2 Corys in the Fillmore County book.

Emma Cory -- listed as being the teacher for District No. 31, organized on Mar. 24, 1872. No other information is listed.

J.B. Cory -- small paragraph on J. B. Cory. It is as follows: "J.B. Cory was born in Wyoming County, New York, August 11, 1839. He came to West Blue Township in 1872 and took up a homestead and a timber claim on Sec. 18. In 1881, he married Miss Nancy Sloniger; they had two children, Clara and Perry N. Cory."

Hope some of this helps.
--Susan
hajspieker@netzero.net


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