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Re: Laymans in Wood County -early 1900's
Posted by: Vicki Ashton Date: July 27, 2000 at 19:35:52
In Reply to: Re: Laymans in Wood County -early 1900's by Marie Atchley of 718

Thanks for the info. There are a lot of Myerholtzs (spelled many,many different ways although they are all the same family) buried in Woodville township cemeteries. I have a lot of Myerholtz info; I also have a lot of Layman info. I just can't see where they cross. Maybe they dodn't even cross anywhere; Layman is a pretty common name but I just wondered.

Thanks--Vicki


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