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LEWIS COON O'NEIL CONVIS SMITH families in Oneida County
Posted by: Joe McDonough (ID *****0378) Date: July 03, 2002 at 09:15:57
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Looking for cousins of my LEWIS family or anyone related to the following: John LEWIS (born 1849) his wife Anna RUSSELL (born 1852). They had 9 children: #1 Harriet LEWIS (1876-1945) married Benjamin COON they had at least 5 children: Alanson, Floyd, Anna, Grace and Lewis. #2 Hugh A. LEWIS (1877-1966) married Elena (or Ellen) O'NEIL (or O'NEILL) they had at least 9 children: Nancy, Margaret, John, Elizabeth, Hubert, Nora, Norman and Raymond. #3 Susan (1879-?) married Charles CONVIS they had at least 7 children: Henry, Margaret, Edward, William, Sarah, John and Martha. #4 George W. (1882-?) married a lady named May they had at least 6 children: Marion, Isabel, Grace, Eugenie, Kenneth and Virginia. #5 John who was my grandfather. #6 Daisy (1886-?) may have married a man named YOUNG or YOUNGS. #7 William (1889-?). #8 Frank (1892-1932) and #9 Margaret (1893-?) married Edward SMITH they had at least 3 children: Catherine, Margaret and Gladys. John & Anna lived most of their lives in Sangerfield & Waterville. And are buried at the Waterville Cemetery. Some of the other people listed above are also buried there and at St. Bernardís Cemetery in Sangerfield. Thanks. Joe McDonough


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