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Re: Bartholomew M. Barrickman
Posted by: Kay Frank Date: November 04, 2001 at 20:31:26
In Reply to: Re: Bartholomew M. Barrickman by Beverly Morris of 33

Thanks, Beverly. I appreciate the lead and anything else you can tell me. I am very new at this process and need to take some time to learn how to do the research. Maybe I should put the descendants of Bartholomew M. Barrickman on my tree so there is some information to share that might help. Roughly there are about 75 descendants from Bartholomew M. Barrickman's two children by my Swedish grandmother, his second wife.

Also I will check with my cousin in Rochester, Mn to see if he has done any work on this. I heard that he was working on a line but I'm not certain which one.

Thank you very much for any help you can give me. I live in Minnesota....because my grandmother came back here when her husband died...by the way, they called him Burt or Bert?
Also, I understand that his son by his first wife was called Bert, too. His sister was Nina and my dad said she had her legs half cut off by a train. My Dad never saw his half brother and sister agin.

Any help you can give me is appreciated. Thanks so much for writing to me.

Kay


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