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Re: Paul L Tracy-born in Wisconsin?
Posted by: kathryn Alexander (ID *****5277) Date: October 28, 2012 at 12:18:28
In Reply to: Paul L Tracy-born in Wisconsin? by Kelley Fecteau of 25802

Kelley, If you go to you will find a marriage for Effie Tracy and Charles Franklin Tubbs.

Michigan Marriages
Groom-Chas. Franklin Tubbs
Parents-Albert Tubbs and Nettie Essner
Bride-Effie Tracy
Father's Name-J. B. Tracy
Marriage Place-Hart, Oceana, Michigan
Marriage Date-Sept. 14, 1912

You will also find a marriage for Effie's sister Margaret Tracy to Thomas Twining.

Groom-Thomas A. Twining
Parents-William Twining and Eva Ebert
Bride-Margaret Tracey
Birthplace-Walkerville, MI
Parents-John B. Tracy and Julia Carr
Marriage Place-Hart, Oceana, MI
Marriage Date-July 12, 1906

1910 census for Leavitt, Oceana, Michigan
(I think this is Paul Tracy)
The last name is indexed as Lonenning but if you look at it I think it is Twining.
Thomas A. Lonenning-age 34-born Michigan
Margaret E. Lonenning-age 26-born Michigan
Louis P. Sharp-nephew-age 9-born Wisconsin

If you go to google search archives you can find this

Ludington Daily News-July 8, 1938
Sunday and July 4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Twining included Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tracy and daughter Joan of Akron, Ohio.

The Ludington Record-Dec. 31, 1896
On the evening of Dec. 24th a few intimate friends were present to witness the ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Lena Griswold and Mr. Myron Tracy. At 8 o'clock the bride and groom elect, with their attendants, Miss Ivah Throop, Miss Maggie Tracy, Messrs. Lou Griswold and Corliss Gifford, took their places under an arch of evergreens.
Under the article there is a list of the presents-Paul's parents are mentioned.
Water set-Charles and Effie Sharp.

Ludington Daily News-Mary 25, 1934
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Twining entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tracy of Grand Rapids over the week-end of Mary 19. Mr. Tracy is a brother of Mrs. Twining.
Charles Tubbs of Lansing who has been visiting at the Thomas Twining home, has gone to Ludington to visit relatives.

Ludington Daily News-Dec. 11, 1935
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tracy of Grand Rapids spent a few day recently with Mr. Tracy's sister, Mrs. Thomas Twining.

Ludington Daily News-April 29, 1949
Mrs. Thomas Twining, Mrs. E. L. Tubbs and Mrs. Ben Coolman were in Ludington recently.

Ludington Daily News-May 13, 1949
Mrs. E. L. Tubbs returned Saturday to Lansing after spending several weeks at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Twining.

Good luck in your search. Kathryn

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