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Philhower Clermont Co., OH - Close enough for horseshoes...
Posted by: Lauren Holland Date: December 06, 2001 at 02:08:57
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Kim - if you're reading this, the web-site you posted here earlier appears to be no good - do you have a new URL?

I seek Info on Roy David Philhower (16 JUL 1895 ~ 13 MAR 1960) He married Alice Gertrude Camery M:09 JUN 1923. They had children (Robert Lee 1924~1990), (Ernst Royer 1928~1982) & (Eugene Franklin 1936~--)
Roy David had Brothers Albert & Fred and Sisters {Elsie (Burton?)}, {Bertha (Smith)1893} {Ethel (Miller?)} & Minnie. Rumor has it he had parents (Franklin Philhower & Josephine Kerr). Roy David is of Simon Lane, Goshen twp, Clermont Co., OH. It would be simple if Franklin is son of Francis, son of Phillip, son of Jacob, son of Jurg Philip Wuhlhaeur. This line appears to have settled in Clermont Co. There is, however, no confirmation of this. Also, searching the geneaologies I find very little in the way of dates and locations (particularly of the matriarchal lines) - what is up with that? If my line suppositions are correct, I would appreciate any conclusive info on Josephine Kerr, Martha Mallotte, Catherine Ann Sears (who may be traceable to Plymouth Rock) and Elizabeth Hart.

I don't want much, eh? Actually, I want to feel like I belong to something. It seems that Roy was the equivalent of a red-headed step-child (or, maybe a "love-child") - Not likely on the love child thing because Bertha was b. 1893 and Roy 1895... SSDI shows a Fred 1906~1970 and Albert 1909~1999 in OH. These may or may not be the brothers, but it suggests a long-suffering wife or a healthy marriage... I'm babbling now.


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