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Re: Mary (Emigh) Stonebraker of Philipsburg
Posted by: Emily Date: July 29, 2001 at 22:59:26
In Reply to: Re: Mary (Emigh) Stonebraker of Philipsburg by Joyce Vincent of 358

Hello!!

I'm sorry it took so long to write back, but I thought I had! Guess I meant to and forgot!

Yes, it really is too bad when things end up that way. My family had a big dispute after my grandmother's death in the 80's, and two of my mom's brothers stopped speaking to anyone in the family, even eachother. When my brother got older, he figured it was silly he couldn't know his cousins just because of a fight between my mom and her siblings, so he just stopped up there house one day... he ended up becoming very close with the cousins, and that move ended up causing everyone to start talking and keeping in touch with them... too bad all stories aren't like that. Your g-aunt's Bible would certainly be a gem right now.

I believe my grandmother graduated from Philipsburg HS around 1930... Anna Marion Ross. I have my great-aunt's class ring from Philipsburg from the 30's, but it doesn't have the year on it. Just a 'P'... (was it not Philipsburg-Osceola back then?) My dad graduated from there in 1962 or 63.

Well, if I find anything, I will let you know, but I've had NO luck so far!!!

Talk soon,
Emily


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