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Re: Charles Edger Schaar - Mid Michigan area
Posted by: Ed Schaar Date: February 17, 2001 at 16:23:27
In Reply to: Re: Charles Edger Schaar - Mid Michigan area by Jerame James Schaar of 102

I'm responding to your post about Charles Edger Schaar way back in Dec!! Sorry for the slow reply, but we have just moved from Milwaukee back to Michigan (I'm in the Fremont area now).

I am Edward Jesse Schaar Jr. I am the Great Grandson of Charles Edger Schaar. I would like to see what you know about him. I knew he was burried in Farwell (havn't been to the cemetary yet) and I understand his headstone says he was born in St. Johns, Mi do you agree?? That's about all I know.

I do remember hunting back by the old farmstead (near Farwell, off of Bringold Rd) when I was growing up. My grandfather ,Inman Peter Schaar, had owned some property down the road and we used to go up there hunting every year.

One story I've heard is Charles was married several times ... any truth to that one?? My Great Grand Mother (charles' spouse) was Eretta Mae Baxter.

I'd like to hear back from you with whatever you can share, and how you fit into the picture also! All this (Family Tree stuff) is pretty new to me and I don't really know what I'm doing.

Also, are you in MI??

Edward Jesse Schaar Jr.

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