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Re: BROWN-LAKE-SEXTON-HAMMOND-JOHNSON
Posted by: David H. Penke (ID *****7201) Date: December 18, 2002 at 13:55:39
In Reply to: BROWN-LAKE-SEXTON-HAMMOND-JOHNSON by kathleen cook urban of 641

I am not sure the connection to the names you have listed but I just wanted to tell you that I have been working on the descendants of Joseph/Joseph/James Parker's of RI and Lapeer New York - James's children were William* - Anthony - Asa* - Stephen - Abel* - James - Amy* - Sarah. The ones with the * I know the most about. I am writing because in this family you will find Brown's - Sexton's - Hammond's - and Johnson's - some of the people from this family moved to Wisconsin and to Wautoma and Hancock (right near by) and that may be the reason you have letters from Lapeer New York. That may be the reason your realtive moved to Wautoma Wisconsin as she already had other relatives living there - I was in Lapeer NY last June and saw some of the names mentioned buried in Lapeer in the Parker Street Cemetery on Parker Street - there may be other's buried in nearby Marathon - if you want to know some of the names I have, write me and I will give them to you -dawei39@yahoo.com


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