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Re: other Wolferspergers
Posted by: Janet Ledbetter (ID *****1571) Date: February 17, 2010 at 21:55:03
In Reply to: Re: other Wolferspergers by Shirley Kay Wolfersperger of 9

Hi Shirley,
I am not for sure whether my grandparents lived in Tuscan in the 1960s. I know that they were in Roswell, New Mexico for at least the mid-1960s because this is where my father and mother met, graduated high school together, and married. I was never told much of my uncle's life prior to about (approx.) mid-1970s when he had a stroke and began to live with one of my aunts. The most I know of his life was that he grew up in Peabody, Kansas and then went into the military during WWII. After this he worked for an aircraft company and traveled quite a bit.
Some of the names do ring a bell in the far back corners of my brain... mainly Fitch and Dutch. I do also recall my great-aunt being very defensive over being called Marjorie, stating that her name was Margie and that someone had her mixed up with another family member. From stories that I was told many years ago, I recall that the Minneapolis family was rather large, so I would not be surprised if there are some family ties. I will do some digging in the stacks of information that I have and email what I have. :)


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