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looking for helwicks helwigs and a letter
Posted by: sherry doolin (ID *****7229) Date: June 04, 2002 at 11:34:17
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jeff; read where you had replyed too living margret butler on genforum the way i read it i though you might be our long lost cousin, she is my second cousin; Now we were told our relatives are from german per ohio per stewart tn too oklahoma the Helwick family says they were german, Some of the Rainwater,s(my grt grandmothers family also from stewart tn, says Prussian) Our great john Jake was born in ohio in usa like 1870 migtrated to stewart tn, Married clara jane bird rainwater the story my family thinks is his older brothers and sisters were born in germany, and the name was helwig in german what we do know; in the depression My grandfather william bill henery rainwater helwick recived a letter and a little estate settlement money my mom is Pretty sure from acron ohio* from her great aunt sister john jake settleing there dads estate john jake was dead at that thime so it went too william hernery, she said it listed all of john jakes brothers and sisters and all over the united states, the letter was lost when a tronado got the house and knocked over a wood stove and burned what was left, Ruby helwick had a copy of that letter Her dads in the 1970's my mother saw it but noe of the california relatives (she had no children ) remember finding it in her things,
I have wrote several people if they had seen such a letter in any of thier folks things and will post our corespondence again on gen froum,I jake and Willam got one assuming rest of family did , hoping some one will dig and find a copie of this letter, ok, so i said all that too say all this
I have found a peter, george, adam helwick and a paul helwick tn, and in ohio,

*(mom was 10-16 at time of the tornado )
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 6:23 PM
Subject: Margaret Butler

I was very pleased to receive your message about being linked to Margaret Butler. That name doesn't currently appear in my in my data files but I'm hoping you are referring to the wife of Adam Earnest (Helwig) Helwick, born about 1832 in Berlin. Family recollections have Adam's wife named Margaret Bagur, but I have had no luck at all finding any reference to that name. If his wife was Margaret Butler, then I am extremely interested in receiving any and all information you are willing to share. If we are talking about the same person, I would be pleased to share information of her descendants down the Helwick line.
Best Regards

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