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Re: Sarah S. LUX *1840's? Tazwell Co., Ill.
Posted by: Bonnie Lux Date: August 17, 2000 at 17:00:12
In Reply to: Sarah S. LUX *1840's? Tazwell Co., Ill. by Jamie Ayres of 371

Jamie Ayres - I read your notice regarding Christian Hyel. This was definitely one of my ancestors. The message regarding a Sarah Salome Lux is definitely on in my family line also. I only know this because I had a family tree that went back to 1700's and I remember these names where in it. Unfortunately, I lost the family tree. I received it from a Bliss Bowman (or Boman) in Florida. Does any of this mean anything to you. My gt-grandfather was Phillip W. Lux and my grandfather was William Lux who married Jennie Wood in 1864. Please write me if you would like with any further information.
Thanks.
Bonnie Lux


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