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Re: Wm. Nolin Book in Michigan
Posted by: DUDLEY GRIFFIN (ID *****9155) Date: September 17, 2006 at 17:07:36
In Reply to: Re: Wm. Nolin Book in Michigan by Eileen Ransford of 1290

Eileen, I don't have any of the information you asked about. I read the book because my ancestors, the Sutliff family, pioneered what is now the city of Taylor. I read the book to see if my relatives were mentioned at all and secondly to see if the historical timeline agreed with my great grandfathers timeline in his obituary, which was the whole newspaper that day, the Wyandotte Herald. It does read so much alike. George Purdy mentioned in the book, brother-in-law of Melinda Nolin, was a neighbor of my family. Sorry I can't help. I put the message on the Forum in case someone was starting to look up their family tree. Maybe someone else will respond to your questions. Anita Griffin also in Michigan

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