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Re: Dubois, Gill, Harris, and McConnaughy families---Belmont County Ohio
Posted by: Roxann Hoover (ID *****3119) Date: December 23, 2003 at 06:31:06
In Reply to: Re: Dubois, Gill, Harris, and McConnaughy families---Belmont County Ohio by Constance Naylor of 2195

Hi Connie,
It was good to hear from you.
I never did make the connection between the Harris and Dubois family. Isaiah and Emma Harris Elerick are my GG-Grandparents. Their son Chester F. Elerick married a Fannie B. Johnson in Belmont County Ohio. I have been searching for well over a year to find Fannie's parents. Their names were William F. and Rebecca Jane Thompson Johnson. The last account I have of them is in the 1900 Belmont County Ohio Census. I thought if I start further back that just maybe I could find out some information through other lines. At this point I have ran into dead ends everywhere I look. Seems my Johnson/Thompson relatives don't want to be found. I even made a trip to Ohio and come up empty handed. I know they are out there somewhere, but I just can't find them.
When I didn't hear from you I didn't presue the Bubois line any further so I don't know about the Joseph middle name, I am sorry.
You take good care and thanks so much for the mail.
Happy Holidays,

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