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Re: Delorme/Powell family St Clair County, Il, Caseyville
Posted by: Cindy Bealer (ID *****2279) Date: December 03, 2003 at 09:01:12
In Reply to: Re: Delorme/Powell family St Clair County, Il, Caseyville by Peg of 336

Peg,

Thank you so much!! Yes, most of my family originated from Il. My father came from Decatur - Waller/Mueller (his fater was Herbert Waller and his mother was Ida Mueller). My mother's family is Darley/Delorme. I found my grandfather's siblings, parent's names, but can't seem to find any more yet. I found John Darley's will in the Hamilton site. He would be my great-great grandfather. But I'm interested in Frank's siblings.....and their families. Names: Wynonia, Hazel, Wattie, and one says "Living Darley". All last name Darley. born 1881 - 1900 or so.

Richard Waller has relatives in Decatur. My sister has visited there and there are lots of them. But I don't know them. I have no idea about my mother's side.......Darley/Delorme

Frank Delorme married Bertha Powellin 1899. They had a daughter named Pearl, my grandmother., Frank only had one child so no relatives in that line. But I was looking for his brothers or sisters and their families..especially if one of his sisters is still living!! She would be in her 90s or older most likely!!

Thanks for you help. that was no nice of you!!

Cindy...can you e-mail me directly...cbealer@juno.com?


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