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Re: James M. Killip
Posted by: Gloria Keller Quiroz (ID *****5913) Date: July 09, 2003 at 17:30:30
In Reply to: Re: James M. Killip by Ian Killip of 221

Ian,
That is all the info I had. It could be McKillip.
There were Sesslar's and McKillip's in Silver Creek,
Greene County, Ohio.
Presently, I am attempted to find out what Ohio County the
men of the 41st Ohio Infantry orginated. There is also a
Martin Sessler in Co. E, 94 Ohio Infantry, it could be the
same man who served in both outfits (41st and 94th) I do
know alot of Greene County men served in the 94th Ohio Infantry.
In the 1860 census there was a Sessler in Jasper Township,
Fayette County, Ohio and a McKillip in Jefferson Township,
Fayette County. I just need to do more research.
Gloria


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