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Glynn Family In Wisconsin- 1800's
Posted by: Clarence Janke Date: July 17, 2001 at 19:52:23
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Looking for Glynn's in Wisconsin. Know of a Tresa (Theresa) Glynn buried in Hazel Green, WI, deceased 1937, daughter Clara buried in same plot, deceased 1933, believed to have been married to a Lowith (possibly divorced and reverted to Glynn name.) Tresa lived in Hazel Green for probably 30-40 years. Information we obtained shows a Marriage Record in Grant County of John Glynne & Theresa Welter on Oct. 4, 1984, this sounds close enough to be correct. Husband John also lived in Grant County, WI, believed to have been killed in Wisconsin, Do not know where he is buried as Tresa came to Hazel Green alone. Tresa and John's son, John Glynn came to Alberta Canada in 1912 at young age. 1870 Census Lists For Grant County, WI also show a Patrick Glynn & Bridget Glynn (both born in Ireland) which according to ages could have been the parents of John Sr.. Family is trying to trace roots to Wisconsin and then back further. Just starting so all info most welcome. Thank You!


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