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Re: Walworth Co.-mid to late 1800's-KEYES
Posted by: Pamela GATES HARTMAN Date: May 04, 2000 at 06:01:00
In Reply to: Re: Walworth Co.-mid to late 1800's-KEYES by Christina of 360

Hi Christina-this Stewart Wilson Keyes is
also buried in Spring Prairie. I think the
children's names were Lovis-m to John C.
Magill and Mortimer B.-married to Alice
Hause. I don't know how many children
Mortimer and Alice had, but think two were
Gaylord(yoikes!) and Nona Maude.
According to a page I have that was torn out
of a bible (I didn't do it!!), Stewart and
Clarissa moved to WI in 1852.
My deceased father-in-law, Heath Hutchinson,
remembered visiting Nona Maude's (his mother)
family here in WI from Spokane, WA. I wonder
if there is a connection?
Pamela in Oshkosh


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