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Re: Robert Tutor/Tuder (NC 1786-1790)
Posted by: Maryellen Sell-Zepczyk (ID *****0645) Date: January 19, 2007 at 18:17:57
In Reply to: Re: Robert Tutor/Tuder (NC 1786-1790) by Robert Tutor, Jr of 298

My grandfather's name was Robert Tutor, born in Iowa. He and his brother told me of their father who was Sam, that had lived in Davenport Iowa and had a wife who bore some children and then died. Some of those children are living in British Columbia, Canada. I have accessed info from them. He then married a woman named Nellie who bore more children and they moved to Wisconsin in the 1910's? and homesteaded on property near IronRiver Wisconsin. The land is now owned as National Forest but the family has retained fruit rights to the property. I believe Sam is buried there also, I was there once. I am in my late 40s.


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