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Re: JOSEPH MILLS - 1820 Census for Montgomery Co., OH
Posted by: Patricia Fischer (ID *****8069) Date: June 24, 2009 at 20:15:31
In Reply to: Re: JOSEPH MILLS - 1820 Census for Montgomery Co., OH by Judith Boie of 1108

I am not all certain we may find much on them. I know that Elias and CHloe definitely listed on the Presbyterian CHurch Marriage Records.

One person told me that they left New JErsey and went to New York City, where he died.

I know that Richard MILLS, their son was married in the Trinity Church in New YOrk City.

So maybe there just might be more information on them in New York, rather than much left in New JErsey.

Since most records lost during the various wars, etc.

But then, Barbara and JErry PIERCE, my cousin and her husband did most of the eastern research over time, while they were on vacations, and then after they both retired.

I try not to bug Barbara too much. But then, too, I am mired in own my own mess of MOVING boxes, so have just taken a few breaks, so I do not LOSE MY LITTLE MIND I have left, from unpacking etc.

Trying to fit all there square pegs into the round holes.
And so extreme lack of space. Down sizing is the PITS.

Love ya

Cous Pat

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