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Re: Wooley, Wilson, Riecker, Dearinger, Naff, Curtis
Posted by: Betty (ID *****8269) Date: March 20, 2003 at 13:21:39
In Reply to: Wooley, Wilson, Riecker, Dearinger, Naff, Curtis by Patricia Swift of 108

Pat, I don't know the Addy area you mention, but Naff is another aka as my Neal connected to my Wooley/Woolley and I know many Woolley/Wooley's went to WA.

Wilson is also connected to my Neal family and I know Curtis is supposed to be in there somewhere. Riecher would have a different spelling to me too.

On the way to WA many Wolley/Wooley families settled elsewhere as they went. I know some stay in IL for awhile and were delayed by the Black Hawk Indian War. Jedidiah Sr. and Jr. for a couple. Jr. founded a town during this time and in 2000, the town celebrated 150 years of the founding of this town. I did some research for them at the time.

Some of the Woolley/Wooley family also went to Utah and became significate to the Mormon Church too. My Woolley/Woolley line is said to have started in NJ according to the census records.

Some say my G-Grandfather was in NE at one time living with another family. I can't locate records on when his father died or his family.

My Wilson line startes 1700's to my knowledge, I have more but not by memory.

Anything help yet? Thanks


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