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Re: Richard Nickson of IL in late 1800s
Posted by: Helen Lirot Long Date: July 01, 2001 at 13:28:15
In Reply to: Re: Richard Nickson of IL in late 1800s by Helen Lirot Long of 80

The information I posted previously was not entirely correct. My mother's maiden name was Nickson, but Richard was her brother-in-law. I remember a Louella, her married name was Hurd.I also remember hearing the name
Sybil. My grandfather's name was Arthur and my grandmother's name was Margaret. They had four children. Arthur junior was a chiropractor who moved to Webster Groves, Missouri. Paul was in the service and passed away in August of 1936 .My mother's name was Lois. Their other child Gertrude, died as a child in 1908.










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