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Charles and Hattie Heath Simmons; Jefferson & Catharine Simmons Brown
Posted by: Cindy Simmons (ID *****5741) Date: July 16, 2004 at 16:47:24
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(time-frame 1870-1900)
I'd like to know more information about this family - particularly their eldest daughter. Heil and Sarah's children are Harriet (Hattie), Angelina/Engelina, Charles and Oliver.

We're hoping that there will be some clues within this family!

Hattie married my gg uncle Charles Simmons on Dec. 1, 1882. in Cato. Hattie was born in Cato, Charles in NY. Charles lived in Caldwell Prairie, Racine Co, WI at the time of their marriage.

Their children Earl (1883), Pearl (1886) and Carol (1889) were born, most likely, in Racine Co.

In 1900, they returned to Delaware Co. NY (Charles' birth place). Prior to the 1910 NY census the moved to Long Island, NY.

After all of that, this is what we are actually looking for.

Other than the 1870 census, we are trying to find another piece of documentation proving that Charles is the nephew of a pioneer couple Jefferson and Catharine Simmons Brown who also lived in Caldwell Prairie. (Jefferson and Catharine moved to WI in 1838 from Greene Co. NY.)


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