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Re: George Apple b. 29 jul, 1826, Lancaster county, Pa. married Susan Shirk, in Ohio
Posted by: Patricia Blosser (ID *****1651) Date: August 08, 2009 at 08:01:08
In Reply to: George Apple b. 29 jul, 1826, Lancaster county, Pa. married Susan Shirk, in Ohio by mary blosser of 744

Hello Mary,

I am a great-great granddaughter of George and Susan through their daughter Clara Alice and her youngest son Asher Apple Blosser. In our Blosser family Bible I have only an incomplete possible last name of Reed/Reid as a mother of Susan. I was not aware that they moved to Elkhart In. If, they did have you checked the Violett Cemetery, Goshen, In. for information (574-536-1489). It is the local burial ground for Blosser relations. I believe I remember the Apple headstone there.

I met Dr. Singer as a child, he was very much loved by our branch. We called Minnie- May, I was given a small wagon she had. She had died long before I was born we called her husband Uncle Dan, he was a dentist. We had to show our teeth to him every visit. He lived out on the farm with Aunt Sadie(Blosser)Shelly. She always had pink popcorn balls ready for us when we visited. They were pretty good.

Are you a relation of Uncle Dura? If you are perhaps you would like a copy of some of the pictures I have of the young family from the family album. Let me know I would be happy to send them.

Patricia Jean Blosser

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