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Marie Ellen FOGG b. ~1840 VT m. G. JENNINGS ~ Phyllis O. Whittens Fogg lookup
Posted by: Jan Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: January 21, 2006 at 12:32:28
In Reply to: Re: Marie Ellen FOGG b. ~1840 VT m. G. JENNINGS ~ Phyllis O. Whittens Fogg looku by Mary Shearer of 913

Hi Mary,
THANKS for providing the source and explanation of the numbering system.

1) Does the book give the answer to my previous questions re Marie Ellen FOGG JENNINGS?

2) When referring to Phillis O. Whitten Fogg's book was Alice Lavonia Brown and Alice L. Flanders the same person married to George Ebenezer Fogg, #3470? [please see below for more data.]

THANKS AGAIN for your help,
Jan <jnrose@webtv.net>

George Ebenezer Fogg is #3470 in Whitten's book. He was born Mar. 18,
1845. The book says in "Hartford Ctre., Vt." He died March 19, 1898 in
"Hartford/Quechee, Vt." He was married to Alice Lavonia Brown on Nov. 28
or 29, 1865. She was born July 21, 1844 in "Benson/Mendon, Vt." She died
Dec. 2, 1916 in Eden, Vermont. She was the daughter of William and
Deborah Brown.

George E. m. Alice L. Flanders
[b. Canaan, NH 9 Oct. 1853, d. 31 Oct. 1935 Canaan, NH; fahter: Elijah
Flanders, Morther Louisa[?] Pollard


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