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Re: Mollison - Angus Co Sctld to Mass
Posted by: Koreen Miller (ID *****0486) Date: November 03, 2002 at 11:53:22
In Reply to: Re: Mollison - Angus Co Sctld to Mass by JOSEPH REILLY of 68


I have met George on a couple of occassions, but I doubt he will remember me, more likely he'll know my mother, Barbara Mollison Miller, the 2nd daughter of Harold Mollison. Most recently I met him at the funeral of his brother, Harold Mollison, last August.

The family farm is still there in Goshen, it is owned by a grandson of Stewart's and there are 3 other family homes on the original property.

I was actually in Goshen 3 weeks ago for a cousin's wedding, and it was a gorgeous fall weekend. I live in California now and am in my mid-30s. I spent a great deal of my childhood summers on my grandparent's farm - they ran the town egg farm in Goshen.

If the web site information does not provide enough information for you, please let me know. I'll be happy to provide names of those who are living, but not their dates of birth, addresses, etc. I do believe that George's daughter Margie has most of this information. Another good source of information is the book on Goshen that was written for the town Bicentennial. There are numerous references to the Mollison family, including the genealogy of the family through 1981 when it was published.

Good luck with your research and email me at if I can be of furhter assistance. Esther is also a very good source of information.


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