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Re: Illinois Millners
Posted by: Carol Ann Michalski (ID *****0997) Date: May 19, 2002 at 17:09:36
In Reply to: Re: Illinois Millners by willard millner of 62

Willard,

I've suspected that the Ann Milliner listed in the 1850 census is a sister to William B. I've seen one researcher reference my Emily's surname as Milliner,(married to John Mason next door in Greenbrier Co., VA) which makes me wonder if she's a sister as well. I think Ann and Emily are two different individuals.

In the Botetourt County Marriages book by John Vogt & T. William Kethley, Jr., it lists a marriage for William B and Delila Bare on July 29, 1843. Do you believe this is your William and Delila from the 1850 Greenbrier Co. census? I am looking into the Martha Milliner in the 1840 Roanoke Co. (created from Botetourt Co.) census. There would be room for William, Emily and Ann all at home, assuming this is there Mother. It intrigued me because both your William B. and my Emily name daughters Martha. Also, a few houses away are Mason families.

Have you researched and ruled out Botetourt/Roanoke Co. yet?

Carol Ann


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