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Re: McKerchers - Scotland, N Y, Michigan
Posted by: Terri Mulliken Allen (ID *****5708) Date: February 15, 2009 at 13:50:42
In Reply to: McKerchers - Scotland, N Y, Michigan by Marie Bartley Coppola of 33

MCKERCHER, BURNETT, SHELDON, FOGG, PARSHALL

Hi,

I'm looking for information on Duncan McKercher and his family. I don't have any more information on him, not even his wife's name. The only thing that I know is that they had a son named George McKercher in Jonesville, Hillsdale County, Michigan in 1860.

George McKercher married (1) Jessie Burnett in 1883 in Hillsdale, Hillsdale County, Michigan. Jessie Burnett was born circa 1865 in Scipio Township, Hillsdale County, Michigan. I don't know the names of her parents. Jessie died sometime before 1897. George McKercher married (2) Mamie Fogg in 1897. Mamie Fogg, daughter of Frank and Ms. (Sheldon) Fogg, was born circa 1877 in Jonesville, Hillsdale County, Michigan.

George and Jessie (Burnett) McKercher were parents of at least one child, Louise McKercher, born circa 1885 in Jonesville, Hillsdale County, Michigan. Louise McKercher married John Melvin Parshall in 1907 in Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan. The Parshalls stayed in Michigan for awhile and eventually moved to Florida.

Is anybody else working on this family? I'd love to fill in some blanks and perhaps get some photos of some of these family members.

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

Terri Mulliken Allen


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