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Re: family crest and family history
Posted by: S Spencer Date: October 07, 2000 at 07:01:37
In Reply to: Re: family crest and family history by Elizabeth Schooler Watkins of 350

Dear Elizabeth,
Since you have the schooler last name, can you you pronounce it for me - schooler and er, or shoe and ler?
Also, have you come across a Willilam Schooler married to Mary 3 Aug 1776, in Workington, Cumberland, Eng, and having children Margaret, Elizabeth, James, William, Mary, Ellen, and maybe Ann? They all got married in St Peter's Church of Eng, Bolton, Lancs, Eng, in 1795 to 1820, to surnames of Drennan, Fallows, Haslam.
I've been looking for them for a long time. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Sandra


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