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Re: Haury 1630-1995 Switzerland, Germany, US
Posted by: Carol Logan (ID *****9374) Date: July 19, 2008 at 22:03:28
In Reply to: Re: Haury 1630-1995 Switzerland, Germany, US by Maureen Hardy of 37

Hi - I just found your posting and think we have a match. My grandmother wrote this in 1984. (Handwriting is hard to read)
"Grandparents - X.(Xavier)Haury - French - born Paris, France - Deceased in Louisville Ken. No date known. Bertha (sir name not known) born in Alsace-Lorraine. 2 sons, 2 daughters Will, George, Clara, and Louise. Grandmother married Earnest Wuepper - Chicago - 3 girls.
Mother and my father, George Brimer, were married about 1892 - Elsie was born Nov. 20, 1896 - my brother George born Chicago 1898 - father died 1900 (about). Mother and Charles Schwartz married 1905. We moved to Lewiston Idaho (He was a carpenter and contractor)."

I also have a picture with the following written on the back.
Back row left to right - Your mom (Louise)- Uncle Will - my Mom (Clara)
Front - Aunt Gertie - Grandma - Aunt Emma - Uncle George - Grandpa Weupper - Aunt Gussie (Dolores) I was named after her.

Elsie Wilhelmina Brimer (Schwartz) married Harvey Oscar Besaw and had two sons, Harvey Edward (four children, Edwin, James, Carol and Julie) and Donald James (no biological children). George married and had one daughter, Ardis. I'm not sure if she had any children or not.

Let me know what you think.

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