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I have a Brayton geneology first compiled in 1899, which lists Fidelia's (sic) children as "Ophelia, Eugene, Adelbert, Hannah, Jane (known as Jennie), Helen (known as Nellie), Fred, and Frankie, the latter married Mr. Beverige." No dates are listed. Fiddelia was the sister of my great-grandfather Henry, and his daughters (my great-aunts Edna and Irene) visited Frankie, who was living in Ohio in the 1930's or 40's, and visited another of the daughters of Fiddelia (why they didn't name her, I don't know) during that time period, who was living in a "very beautiful old people's home" in Chula Vista, California, a "Lovely old white haired lady"--this was all written in the margins of the original geneology. A written note says Eugene was the father of George Weeks (although they had it misspelled Wicks). That's all I have on Fiddelia and her children.