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Re: Colhouer/Kohlhauer/Colehour/Colhower
Posted by: Rosella Berry Vohs Date: September 02, 1999 at 20:05:54
In Reply to: Re: Colhouer/Kohlhauer/Colehour/Colhower by Sam Turner of 30

Colehower, not sure this spelling is correct. Trying to locate Elizabeth Grady who married ? Colehower. Elizabeth Grady was in the 1860 census with her parents in Marshall County, IL --parents were Thomas and Mary Ann Childs Grady. Her parents are buried in Marshall Co. but where did the children go? Family information said she married a Colehower. Can't find any of them in 1870 census for IL. Any help will be appreciated. Rosella


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