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Re: Kerenhappuch Wallace Wyandot Co. Ohio
Posted by: Don Boyd Date: August 21, 2001 at 08:09:07
In Reply to: Kerenhappuch Wallace Wyandot Co. Ohio by Kathy Hines of 250

Karenhappuch is such an unusual name, I can't help asking if it is possible that this Kerenhappuch Wallace could have been a granddaughter of my ancestor Karenhappuch Palmer, who married Enoch Fuller in 1809 in Ashtabula County. She had a "large family of daughters", born from 1812 to the 1830s, of whom I only know a couple of names, including my gg grandmother Julina Fuller. Family tradition has it that there were 15 daughters and 2 sons in the Fuller family.


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