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Re: Rex's in Ohio
Posted by: Cathy Wood (ID *****4932) Date: November 09, 2007 at 03:12:30
In Reply to: Re: Rex's in Ohio by Sherm Weimer of 679

Hello Sherm,

I've checked my data on my branch of Rex's but didn't find the name. Feel sure he is related thought since I believe the Marble Rock connection is too strong. Usually I list everyone in town with the same name and research all possiblities, but got sidetracked with my Brunner family.

A new found cousin of mine - Dick Brotherton, had quite a bit of Rex family, he shared with me some of it. His branch and mine descend from Rudolph REX and Mary Ann ASPER. They had several children and I don't have all of their descendants listed. Do you have parents names at all?

Dick and I are related through siblings of Rudolph and Mary Ann. There are a bunch of Rex's in the Seattle area. Seems during the war many went to work at the ship yards along the coast. His email is He has quite a data base of Rex's from OH, IA, WA. Hope this helps. My email address is, I will be getting back to the REX line soon. I did check the cemetery listings for your Emory REX but don't see him in the only two cemeteries in Marble Rock.

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