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Re: TUTOR, JAMES WYLIE--Lewis Co. WV --1840
Posted by: Maryellen Sell-Zepczyk (ID *****0645) Date: January 19, 2007 at 18:12:16
In Reply to: Re: TUTOR, JAMES WYLIE--Lewis Co. WV --1840 by deanna bell of 298

I believe this person is buried in Ironwood Wisconsin, he also had a son named Wylie, Robert, Lyle, and a few others... My mother is Helen and she is a daughter of Robert. I have seen photographes of these children where my grandfather was a very young child all lined up by the house before they moved from Iowa to Wisconsin. They had homesteaded there and had rough times. To this day, you can see the grapevines and the area where the house stood. It is in the government deed that the family has the fruit rights to the area, now it is National Forest Land.

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