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Re: Marren Family
Posted by: Marcia Harris-Bell Date: January 16, 2002 at 04:56:12
In Reply to: Re: Marren Family by Richard Kurish of 694

THank you so much for the information regarding the Marrens.
I believe that the 3 children who died on the same day were from Frank's 1st marriage, since Mary Billings (2nd wife)
was only born in 1877. If you can look in the paper and
copy the micro film, I will gladly pay for postage and copy
fees and have it snail mailed to me. According to my records, in 1870 -1880 census sould be LaGrange Township
should list them -- according to another source that I have
But I have not been able to check it out yet. I live in NH
so, getting to OH is not possible at this time. Can you also copy the "Cemetery Inscription" inside cover, copywrite
date and page that contains the information previously sent
with the other information would be greatly appreciated.
John 1821-1906 is Frank's father. Jane is his mother.
Jane was born in Ireland and John (unknown) but came to
US via New Orleans in 1849. John and Jane had 9 children.
They first came to Greene County, Spring Valley, OH - which
is where their marriage certificate is located. Again,
many thanks and let me know when you need my snail mail
address and I will gladly forward it to you.


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