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Re: Is there a city or place called Marytown???
Posted by: Margaret Nikkhah (ID *****3803) Date: May 17, 2002 at 22:05:39
In Reply to: Is there a city or place called Marytown??? by Teri Anderson of 232

As an earlier responded told you, Marytown is in the Town of Calumet, Fond du Lac County. There is a catholic church (St.Mary's) and cemetery there.
However, if they were Protestant, they could have been associated with St.Paul's church (at the time Evangelical Reformed)also in the Town of Calumet on St.Paul's Church Road off of Hwy HH not far from Pipe and Calumetville (Hwy 151). I think I may have seen the names in the church records. Give me a few days to look it up.


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