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Re: Fred Harms - W.W.1 veteran - buried in Walnut, Illinois
Posted by: Jon Hill (ID *****9811) Date: September 15, 2005 at 15:30:36
In Reply to: Fred Harms - W.W.1 veteran - buried in Walnut, Illinois by Nancy Ohda of 467

Hi Nancy, this is Jon D. Hill, great grandson of Jesse Hill and Susan Fisher Jesse & Susan had 9 sons. and two daughters. One Ella (Alice) and one Sylvania Jane HILL Sylvania b- 1890, d - 1890 Hiram Hill - b-1884, was one son that was listed on the 1920 census in Columbia TWP, Tama County, Iowa. On that census it listed his older brother John Hill, and a boarder Fred Harms. Then, On my grt grandmothers death certificate it listed a Mrs Harms at a nursing home in care Susan at Gladbroodk, Iowa. (South east Iowa) not far from Tama County. Henry Harms married my grandfather's, (Elmer E. Hill), younger sister Ella (Alice)
Hill of Jesse and Susan Hill. And the census listed Fred's birth and mother& fathers birth place in Germany At any event the Hills' Harms, and Wogans are diffinatly connected in Iowa and Illinois. Regards. Jon David Hill, born Clinton, Iowa - parents from Illinois, Whiteside County, Genesee TWP.


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