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Re: Thoms in Wisconsin
Posted by: Quinten Arndt (ID *****3756) Date: April 09, 2004 at 09:12:24
In Reply to: Thoms in Wisconsin by Dolores Finney of 215

My mother Shirley Arndt [Thoms] remembers going and visiting Earl and Ella Wilkie when she was growing up. The Wilkes were close to the same age as her mother Vivian [Schmidt] and father Carl Thoms (born 7/21/1903). Her grandmother was Augusta [Schmidt] and her grandfather was Emil Thoms. Mom?s great-grandmother was Ida Marie [Riesen] and her great-grandfather was Frederich Thoms. Ida Marie was the fifth child of Johann von Riesen II and Justina [Braun].

Catharina Antoinie Riesen married Ludwig Wilke. Catharina was the third child of Johann von Riesen II and Justina [Braun]. Ludwig and Catharina had eight children.
Richard Wilkie
Bernard Wilkie
Lui Wilkie
Henry Wilkie
Selma Wilkie
Antonia Wilkie
Meta Wilkie
Alfred [Fred] Wilkie

Henry Wilkie had four children. His wife?s name I do not know.
Earl Henry Wilkie
Mayron Wilkie
Clifford Wilkie
Chester John Wilkie

Clifford Wilke married Lucille Loraine [Block] They had four children.
       Delores Ann Wilke
       Martin Henry Wilke
       Berice Helen Wilke
John Clifford Wilke

Is this Delores you?

I have other information like other names, birthdays, etc., if you are interested. If we are related, I would be interested in swapping any pictures or information that you may have. Drop me an email and let me know.

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