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Phillip & Jane Wideman, Ontario, MI, CA.
Posted by: Marsha Senyk Date: September 25, 1999 at 11:45:47
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Looking for descendants of Phillip, born March 29, 1794, and Jane (Brown), born January 4, 1796, Wideman. James, born July 4, 1817 married Agnes Shoefeilt,
John Wideman, born March 30, 1818, Sarah, born February 5, 1821 married Almer Vanzant, born March 20, 1838, William Wideman, born August 31, 1825 married Elizabeth Cooper, born August 31, 1825. William and Elizabeth had 12 children. Philip, Almer married to Emeline Pratt lived near Detroit, Michigan, Jacob married to Maggie Davis lived in Whitchurch, Ontario, Henrietta married to John Baker lived in California, James and Lucy Ulrich lived in Saginaw, Michigan, Ambrose Edwin married Harriet Elizabeth Gamble and lived in Port Arthur, Sarah married to Andrew Vogelsong lived in Flint, Michigan, Mary married Frederick Trippens, Asenath and William never married, Eliz married William McDougall and Martha married Elmer Hodge and they lived in Mundy, Michigan. Phillip and Jane's other 6 children all died young. I'm a long time historian of the Weidman/Wideman family and would like to add the descendants of these families to my research. I can take Phillip Wideman's ancestors back to Pennsylvania in 1755 if your interested in knowing about them. Please contact me at My name is Marsha

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