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Re: HILER, Milo early 1800s Mi ?
Posted by: Michael S Hiler Date: January 13, 2001 at 11:09:09
In Reply to: Re: HILER, Milo early 1800s Mi ? by Chris Prescott of 284


Eugene and I appear to be from separate branches of the Milo Hiler you mentioned in your 10 May 2000 posting.

My database, however does not have information leading to you. From your posting I was able to peice the following together:
- PRESCOTT, Christopher (you)[no other info]
-- Father: PRESCOTT, ? [no other info]
-- Mother: HILER, ? [no other info]
-- Maternal Grandfather: HILER, Clarence [no other info]
-- Maternal Grandmother: ? [no info]
-- Maternal GrGrandfather: HILER, James
--- b. 1876, Michigan, USA [no other info]
-- Maternal GrGrandmother: ? [no info]
-- Maternal GrGrGrandfather: HILER, Milo (Mylo) Elsworth
--- b. 19 Jun 1850, Michigan(?), USA
--- d. 4 Aug 1900, Grant, Newaygo, MI, USA
-- Maternal GrGrGrandmother: BLOOD, Augusta S.
--- b. 4 Apr 1857, Sparta, Kent, MI, USA
--- d. 16 Aug 1935, Grant, Newaygo MI, USA
--- Children: James (b.1876), Leamon Elsworth (b.1Feb1877), Cora Bell (b.1880), Grace (b.1884), Grover Alheanan (b.15Jul1885)

Looks like the marotity of the info you cite about Milo & Augusta match except the child "Goldie." Could Goldie be a nickname for Grover (or vice-versa)?

If you can supply me with any information to fill in the gaps between Milo Elsworth Hiler to you, I'd appreciate it.

Michael S. Hiler


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