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DILKS, mar. into LATHAM & TOULSON, Williamstown - Salem, NJ
Posted by: Debbie Orner (ID *****5204) Date: April 21, 2008 at 10:50:25
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Hello everyone!
I am just starting to research the LATHAM, TOULSON, WILLIS, BOOS, & another DILKS family.
                     LATHAM’S
Harold LATHAM married Betha__________________
And had the following children
1.       Marion who fist married, Harry David DILKS, 2nd John MATZ, 3rd Glenn MCCROW, she had 6 children with Harry
2.       Leatrice Mae who had one daughter out of wedlock, then married Albert WILLIS, they had 3 children, a daughter Bonnie Jean died as an infant. Lee was born about 1940 and died Nov. 10, 2007
3.       Betty who married John “Jack” BOOS, Sr. they have 5 children, 4 daughters and a son
4.       James “spike” who married Linda ______________ and they had twin boys; James was born in NJ and died in AR in early 2008.
5.       Harold “Bunny” Latham, never married
6.       Charles no other info at this time
Now either Bertha was a ROBINSON and had her first child out of wedlock, divorced, or Harold died, for the last child was born 7. Kay ROBINSON, and she married Nathan Robert TOULSON, Sr. or Jr. Nathan Robert’s father was also a Nathan but at this time unclear as to his middle name!

Now I know from “Lee’s” obit, she was born in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, USA, and I believe Bertha lived in Trenton until the early 1970’s. The kids had married and all moved to Salem County, New Jersey. Now James moved around quit a-bit. Two known places were TX and AR. And AR is where he passed away within the past few months.

TOULSON’S
Nathan & Louise (?) TOULSON born & died? Where born? Where died Salem County, NJ, their known children.
1.       Jean TOULSON married Harold GURLIN
2.       Nathan Robert TOULSON, Sr & Kay ROBINSON (unknown for sure is Nathan is a Jr, or not) have they family line down to present
3.       David TOULSON married ____________________________________
4.       Charles TOULSON married _________________________________
5.       Mary Lou TOULSON married___________________________________
6.       Louis “Buddy” TOULSON married ______________________________
7.       Theodore “Teddy” TOULSON married ____________________________
8.       William “Billy” TOULSON married _______________________________
9.       Margaret TOULSON married _____________________________________
10.       Susan TOULSON married? 1 daughter, Sue died young in her 20’s of cancer

DILKS
William Franklin Dilks, Sr. July 25, 1895 Williamstown, NJ died about 1965, married about 1919 to Katherine COLEMAN born about 1905 in? And died Dec. 7, 1957 in Salem, Salem County, NJ. Their known children
1.       William Franklin DILKS, Jr. Abt. 1920 NJ, mar. Sarah _____________________
2.       Raymond Franklin DILKS abt. 1922 NJ, mar. Doris _______________________
3.       Kenneth DILKS abt. 1924, NJ mar. _____________________________________
4.       Leroy DILKS, Sr. abt. 1927, mar. Mary (Mary & Sarah were sisters) __________
5.       Harry David DILKS, Sr. (mention above)
6.       Vernon Robert DILKS, Sr. ABT. 1936, married Carolyn BOWEN


Very interested in filling in the blanks and sharing data with anyone researching the same names and family lines. I mentioned up top, I just started researching theses lines, but however have been doing research for 20+ years. Please reply to post or e-mail me directly at debbieo2@verizon.net or debbieldo58@yahoo.com Thanking all in advance,
Debbie (DILKS) Orner


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