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Re: Sebastian Bavarians settled in Midwest
Posted by: Laressa SEBASTIAN/Rehagen Date: August 23, 2000 at 16:02:35
In Reply to: Re: Sebastian Bavarians settled in Midwest by Penny Wood of 380

Penny,FANTASTIC!!! I can't believe it!! John Wiley would be my great uncle. John's bro, Henry Newton(b5-9-1857) is my great grandpa. I got some papers that my father got from Aunt Auby, done by a cousin James Ernest in Nebraska and the furtherest back is to Geo Wash and Polly Snow, in KY. I believe Polly may have been half indian because of the Snow middle name as this was not a name generally used by caucasian people. She was 17 when the first child was born. E-mail RJREHAGEN@AOL.COM


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