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Re: Marks family/?Erhart family
Posted by: Kitty Marks (ID *****3000) Date: September 22, 2012 at 14:53:09
In Reply to: Re: Marks family/?Erhart family by Ed Morrill of 2257

Ed, You probably thought I had forgotten about your post. When we got back home, I had to review my Marks information that I had not really looked at as a whole in a long time. I have spent the last 3 days going through all I had on my family and what I had on the other Marks families that were there. As I mentioned there was a Marks family farm. I believe the first owner there was Jacob, then went down to 2 sons, Joseph and John. Unfortunately, my John was not one of them as far as I can tell. I appreciate your work on the dates of John and Eliz. from the Census records. Possibly then she is the mother of Adam. I do have Peter Abel's will and I will review it sometime this week, so am assuming she was widowed. Because Eliz. wanted to be buried on Jacob Erhart's plantation (farm), I am also assuming that that is out in the countryside. I am at a loss as to where to take my John's research from here so was hoping I could find the cemetery where they were buried and might find a clue in her family history. In looking over all the info, I ran across a post from you in 2003 or 05 regarding the Marks' so certainly appreciate your replying again. Thanks, Kitty


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