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Re: Ulysses G Demeritt B. 187? ME
Posted by: Chris Demeritt (ID *****0193) Date: December 20, 2008 at 01:18:06
In Reply to: Re: Ulysses G Demeritt B. 187? ME by John Robert Demeritt of 74

Hello Jack/All,
Wow, what a trip, it has been 8 years since my initial post on this subject, and I had completely forgotten about it. It is only by a fluke that I stumbled across it again. Sadly, while some branches of my family have been easy to trace, this, my namesake branch, has been like pulling teeth. I find a generation about every 5 years or so. Even after almost 7 years, the post from Jack had information I did not yet have, like Hannah A, I didn't have her maiden name of Nason. And while I knew Maude and Ulysses Died in a accident between 1897 and 1900, I wasn't sure when. I just want to add however, that Maude's Parents are Martin V.B. Drury and Charlotte M. Wentworth. If you find a copy of The Wentworth Genealogy, 1870, and search though it, you will find Charlotte and Martin's Marriage listed, and census records confirm the rest. If Jack you get this, I would like to talk to you more, I'll try the listed Email address, but since it is so old, I hold no real hopes of it getting though.
Ok, Well thanks all, I'd like more on David J Demeritt and Hannah A Nason Now.More, more,more, seems like nothing is ever enough.
Thanks again,
Chris


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