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Re: Oathout Brothers 1870s NE
Posted by: Julia Ann (Oathout) (ID *****9330) Date: August 11, 2002 at 20:54:04
In Reply to: Re: Oathout Brothers 1870s NE by Margaret of 121

Dear Margaret:

Just saw you message (#87 on 8/08/02 by Bill Rowan) to Mr. Rowan, regarding (Oathout Brothers 1870s NE) - John Alexander Oathout. Regarding his mother's records re: "Billie" getting shot. His mother, Rosa Jane (Gobel) Oathout, was my paternal grandmother, and I've never seen any of her records. I was just wondering where you got them from, and how many more of them you might have?

Would this data be in any of Jerry's books? If so, which volume. I don't have much of your/his stuff, but would like to learn more.

I would be very interested in them, also. I have been doing my family's genealogy, and compiling notes, anecdotes, etc. Whatever I can find.

Charles Franklin Oathout, my grandfather, & Charles Frederick Oathout, my father.

Several months, or last year, I sent Jerry W. Oothoudt, copies of pictures, (and data/?) but he never responded. Is he O.K.?

Also, I got in touch with Catherine Meadows, and she sent me data tracing my family line back to Phillipe Du Trieux, and I think that I've gotten two websites conjunctively (?) tieing them together from 1586 to 1784-5....Philippe Du Trieux (b. 1586) to John (Hart) Oothout (b. 1784-5).

Hoping you can help, I sincerely remain,

Julie (Oathout) Wilmoth


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