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Looking for family to William H Kilmer
Posted by: Marsha Finholm (ID *****1833) Date: October 08, 2003 at 11:20:11
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I am looking for family connections to William H Kilmer. From the data that I have so far, I know that he had a sister. She married a William Evans and I do not have a name for this lady. Their mother was Adelaide, born in New York in 1841, she married A Kilmer born New York in 1829.
I found William, age 18, Adelaide, aged 39, and A Kilmer, aged 51, listed in an 1880 census in Clay, Mississsippi.

A Kilmer passed away about that time (1880-1881) as Adelaide and son William moved to Ludington, Michigan. Adelaide married Adolphus DeGrove Padgett and produced a son Delbert from that union. Adelaide died in 1906 in Ludington, MI.

However, her son William purchased a burial plot in 1897 for his ailing mother. William and her daughter Mrs. Evans attended Adelaide's funeral.

I'm looking for information on William H Kilmer and his sister both born in New York state. Can anyone please help me out.

E-Mail me at: mrfh9151@pngusa.net
Any information will be helpful. I have extended information on the current decendants of Adelaide and Adolphus Padgett, but would welcome information on Adelaide's family and the two children she had with A Kilmer.

Thank You

Marsha Finholm


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