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Re: Mortimer Adsit
Posted by: Jan P. Mongoven Date: July 13, 2000 at 14:52:00
In Reply to: Re: Mortimer Adsit by Sally Wilkinson of 205

Got a copy of the Newman Ward Adsit book today at my local library! Thanks for the tip. I haven't ever heard of an atheistic Adsit on my side...although nothing surprises me, really...and I don't know if my Adsits are buried in their own plot. That's why I sent for (and received) the info on the Adsit family plot and found out about your Stephen, Betsey, and Allen. I haven't a clue as to the whereabouts of my Josiah and Mariah Adsit. I have the census for York Township, Dane County, WI for 1850. After that,'s as though they simply vanished. Very frustrating...but I haven't been trying that long (less than one year). Their daughter, Frances, married my g-g-grandfather, Gilbert Brooks, and the couple moved to, and died in, Cogswell, North Dakota. Maybe they moved to N.D. and lived out their lives there. I just haven't found it yet. But I'm confident that one day I'll make a connection. By the way, you said that the original John from Lyme was said to be buried in a family mean he was buried in Connecticut, right? Not Wisconsin. Just checking. Take care. Jan


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