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Re: a different spelling of hyers
Posted by: Cheryl Pollice Date: October 09, 2001 at 18:10:26
In Reply to: Re: a different spelling of hyers by Jennifer Mooney of 326

I am also doing research on HYERS. My GGGrandfather, John Hyers, was born in New york, and migrated to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. He was married 2x - outlived both women. He is buried, along with both wives, in Ohio. He had at least 6 children: Orville, Nancy, Lucy, Fred, Charles, Nellie. Orville was from first marriage. Unsure if there are more.

I have been in touch with a gal from NJ whose husband has HIRES blood. Most of those relatives are in NJ, and some migrated to Pennsylvania, and a few to New York.

I do not remember the name of the town in NY where he is supposed to have been born.

Please email me if you are interested in trying to solve the puzzle.


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