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Re: HILER, Milo early 1800s Mi ?
Posted by: Mary Ann Carman Date: May 27, 1999 at 11:59:45
In Reply to: Re: HILER, Milo early 1800s Mi ? by Eugene Hiler of 284

My gr gr grandparents: Wm Potter m Calista Flint 12/23/1838 Mt Morris-Livingston County NY-they had 7 children, Julia Potter b 5/16/1830 mcHenry County, Il 5/16/1840 who m Milo Hiler 11/2/1861 in Greenville MI. Julia Hiler died in Lowell MI 1/24/1901 and buried there So half of Lot 143 old addition. They had no children=however the Potters continued to remain in MI for many generations-not sure if conn or not at this point.

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