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Re: Emma Strader 1880 photo..
Posted by: Brian Yokum (ID *****5767) Date: March 05, 2004 at 14:02:53
In Reply to: Re: Emma Strader 1880 photo.. by Lucretia Olsen of 546

I was looking on the Internet. Did a google search and found the following:

This web page has a pictue of an Emma Strader. However, this Emma Strader was born in 1880 and is the niece of the other Emma Strader. Her Auntís name was also Emma born in 1857 and is my Great-Grandmotherís sister. My great-grandmother, Catherine and Emma were both born in either Mississippi or Louisiana. My great-grandmother Catherine married in Louisiana and stayed there until her death. Catherine and Emma have 8 other brothers and sisters. I have spouses for all of them, except for 2. Emma is one of the ones where I don't have a spouse. Some of my dates differ from this web site. This web site is:

Here is a cemetary headstone of an Emma Strader who married a Clark and was buried in Menard County, Illinois. This may be yours. Interestingly enough she was also born in 1857. Could be mine also. I guess her husband could have taken her to Illinois? The web site is:

Does the picture you have resemble the woman in the first web site, even though she is not the same Emma born in 1857. She is her niece?
Brian Yokum

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