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Re: OHIO Stannards
Posted by: Liz F (ID *****8564) Date: July 03, 2010 at 07:51:24
In Reply to: Re: OHIO Stannards by Judith Bowen of 399

Judith, I really don't have any info. about Clarence. I have just heard through my mom that he was my grandfathers cousin. Thank you for the info., I have some dates and names only back to Abner Stannard. I have some names before Abner, but I have no dates,places. My grandfather was Clayton Richard Stannard b.1900 Wis. d.1970 Ky (lived in Oshkosh,Wis. (Died enroute back to Oshkosh))(Only child of Harris Stannard)My great grandfather was Harris(Harry)Abner Stannard b.1868 Wis. d.1926 Wis. My great great grandfather was William Charles Stannard (that you mention)b. 1844 Ohio d. 1903 Wis.
So my line must be:
John,Claudius,William C.,Abner,William Charles,Harris(Harry),Clayton,my mom,and me. We are related through the generation of Abner and his sister,Jane.I will ask my mother about Clarence,and notify you. We still have many relatives in Oshkosh,Wis. Our family has many burial plots at Riverside Cemetary,Oshkosh,Wis.lot 3 Block 100...William Charles,Harris,and Clayton are all there. Abner Stannard is buried in Bell Cemetary. Butte Des Morts,Wis. Hope we keep in contact..I will check this genforum more frequently.

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