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Re: Factor family >Muskingum Co., OH 1832
Posted by: Laura Layton (ID *****3301) Date: December 25, 2002 at 02:52:18
In Reply to: Re: Factor family >Muskingum Co., OH 1832 by Brenda Wolfe of 26

I don't know how far Quincy is from Mt.Sterling, but my Factors came from ALsace Lorraine (France at that time) and came to Coshocton Co.,OHIO and then settled in Mt. Sterling, Brown, ILL. They are:
Mathias FACTOR b.1795 Alsace-Lorraine M)Margaret b)1797 also in Alsace-Lorraine. They had:
Mathias FACTOR b.1821 A-L, m)1847 Coshocton,OH d)1885 Mt. Sterling,IL. He m)Barbara WINEMAN b)1817/1818 A-L, d)1910 Mt.Sterling,IL. They had:
Magdalene FACTOR b)1848 Franklin,Coshocton,OH m)1866 Franklin, OH, d)1921 Apache,Caddo,OK. She m)Antoine ERMAN b)1834 Steinbourg,Bas-Rhin,Savern,France d)1912 Apache,Caddo, OK.
There were sons in all generations, and I haven't found your particular people, but I have a Benjamin FACTOR who married a Katherine ASHBACHER. The names you have posted, I am familiar with, and I think that there is a connection between your FACTORS and mine. I hope to hear from you. PS, I'm not the same Laura that posted you earlier. My e-mail is: llytn@aol.com


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