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Re: FEWLESS Cousins in Michigan
Posted by: Stacey Zurawski (ID *****0023) Date: February 12, 2008 at 05:31:11
In Reply to: Re: FEWLESS Cousins in Michigan by Barb Bonham of 13


I am trying to find the ancestors of my g-grandfather, Herman Henry Fewlass. He was born in Big Rapids, MI. in 1882, his father is listed as William Fewlass, mother Adelia Elmer. I cannot seem to trace a William Fewlass, or any record of a marriage. There is a theory that my William is your Ira William Fewlass. I last find him listed in the 1880 census at home, and it is said that he drowned in 1884. The theory I hear is that in those four years he married and had a child, Herman. We cannot find any trace of Herman or his mother until the 1910 census. Does anyone have any information to help prove or disprove this theory? Thanks, Stacey

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