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Re: Towe in Ohio
Posted by: Ray Waldren (ID *****8605) Date: July 03, 2003 at 22:04:31
In Reply to: Towe in Ohio by Christopher Towe of 134

I don't if you are related to us or not, but you may want to take a Saturday drive July 12th over to Bryan, OH and check out the following:

2003 Alfred Towe Reunion

Calling All Tows/Towes

A reminder -- the second Saturday in July is Tow/Towe Reunion Day. We'll gather on July 12th at the East End Park at 1400 E. High Street in Bryan, OH. Bring some good food and your table service. We'll plan to eat lunch at about 1:00. There are tables in a shelter, room for the kids to play softball or soccer, and lots of friendly relatives to share the afternoon.

Do you have some pictures or documents to share? Should we try to make a scrapbook of copies, in case someone wants to do more research? Do you have a new grandbaby this year? Have you changed your address? Don't miss this chance to keep in touch.

We are looking forward to seeing you. Lets keep the family connected! If you have any questions or news to share, you can call us.

Contacts: Mary Mills, (517) 437-7692
Val Spratt, (517) 287-5805

The reason for Tow/Towe confusion, my greatgrandmother Cora Towe (she died in the 1950's, in her 90's) thought the name should be spelled Towe, her husband spelled it Tow. The children split something like 50-50 over the spelling and carried the controversy into the present.

Ray Waldren

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