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Re: Lewsader, Richard,sr. 1904, Indiana
Posted by: Wayne O. Cunningham Date: March 25, 2001 at 03:58:53
In Reply to: Re: Lewsader, Richard,sr. 1904, Indiana by Lucille (Lewzader) Malloy of 412

Lucille; Andrew Luzader b. 1791, came to Fountain County Indiana in the 1820's with his first wife, and a few of his children that were born in Ohio. He eventually had at least ten children, and the spelling of the surname has many different forms. In all the documentation I have seen, it appears that all of Andrew's descendants, settled with, Lewsader, Lewzader, and quite probably Lusader, that is in use today. The spelling of Lewzader, was used by the descendants of Andrew's son Abel. I have many "Lewsaders" etc. in my data base that I don't have a line to put them into yet. I still work on the broken links when I can, but it is very time consuming, and I am working on several other names also. I would recomend that you post your personal information about your direct line in the Forum, the farther back you can get the better. We should be able to get you tied in.

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