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Re: Martin Walk and Mary Jane Hale
Posted by: Karen Collins (ID *****0345) Date: September 26, 2005 at 22:14:51
In Reply to: Martin Walk and Mary Jane Hale by Mary Lou Bowman of 263

Mary Lou,
I am new at these sites. Martin Van Buren Waulk was my great grandfather on my maternal side. I am from Chillicothe, Ohio. He was married to Rosie Gaheen Waulk (Fout). I do not recall meeting Grandfather Waulk. enjoyed seeing your photo. My mother, who has Alzheimers went to many of the cemeteries listed in your information and she was not technology savvy. My father at 86 remembers him barbering and the son Richard. I knew Ida Bell, Nell, and Grandma Fout in Coalton, Ohio. I am interested in e-mailing with you. This is one side of my family which I do not, from mom, have much information. Ida, Nell, Florence are all deceased. There are many cousins of mine in chillicothe still. I am interested in more about the Indian blood line. My interest began because several people have commented that with the sparse hair on my arms and that Grandma had no leg hair, there must be a native Indian connection. I have been familiar throughout my life (50 yrs) of the place called Normal, KY.


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