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Re: Charles Carl Wesner-Germany 1874?
Posted by: Angela Fordyce (ID *****5013) Date: April 24, 2004 at 18:19:39
In Reply to: Re: Charles Carl Wesner-Germany 1874? by Violet Welsheimer of 135

Hi Violet,

Unfortunately I was never able to make sense in that family line with all the children. Then in time I decided I was going to only get into depth with my direct family lines. Caroline's husband (at least I think it's her husband) John Henry Cosselman/Casselman would be a 4th great uncle to me. That is if John is a child of William and Rachael Cosselman (my 4th great grandparents). I have never been able to figure out for sure how John was related to William Cosselman a son? a cousin? or perhaps a brother? Emma/Erma Cosselman married Mr. Isaac. I never found out his first name. I have still yet to find a copy of that court transcript that I mentioned. Another researcher had told me about the court transcript and supposedly has a copy of it, but he never told me where I could find it. I do know that the transcript has something to do with the estate of Rachael Cosselman and she died January 11, 1854 in Brady Township, Kalamazoo Co, Michigan. I do have a copy of her will which I obtained from the Kalamazoo County court house.
I wish I could have been of more help to you. Good luck....

Sincerely,
Angela Fordyce


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