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From: katherine rasdorf <>
Subject: Re: [MISAGINA] Zander, Frangotte L.C.
Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 14:09:49 -0700 (PDT)
I show a marraige for Zander, Frangotte L.C., 241
I can look that up this evening at the library to get
this is a message I sent others that have inquired.
will add your names to the list.
Please keep in mind that the first set of indexes
(1867-1877) appears to index by groom married to bride
and also listed as Bride to Groom, then the number of
Brown to Ingleman 276
Ingleman to Brown 276)
these are the browns that were on the first page:
so far, the names that were inquired about are listed
alphaebtically below. I will be sure to keep an eye
out for them. I think the only one that has stuck out
so far is inscho
the wedding was between Inscho - Hayes, # 2007. I can
look the specifics tonight at the library. The Browns
are NUMEROUS, such a common name, it might be worth it
if you can, to order the films yourself and browse
them. Otherwise, your Browns will have to be
deciphered later when I complete the rest of the
There were lots of Jacob, Jacobs, but no Jacoby in the
first set of indexes (please be advised that the
indexes are broken up by years, the first set of years
runs between 1867 to 1877
second set 1878 to 1887, 1887 - 1895, then through to
the 1900s, but the indexes are not COMPLETE, either,
so don't be discouraged if we don't end up finding
anything TODAY, because there will be more). I am only
up to 1887, so I still have another 30-some years to
peruse for your ancestors.
Didn't find Halvorson (up to 1887) or anything
resembling that one, is there possible other spellings
(like someone left off the "h" and called them
If you have an estimated date of marriage, that might
be easier to pin down. (like a 5 year period or so)
> Do you have any marriage records for the surname
> GILSON on your microfilm? I
> am researching Mayow John GILSON and Ida O. ZANDER.
> Mayow was son of John
> GILSON and Eliza WOOD. I am also interested in other
> GILSON marriages as they
> may be siblings or ancestors of Mayow. From what I
> know now, Mayow and Annis
> GILSON came with John GILSON and Eliza WOOD from
> Ontario, Canada around 1865.
> I appreciate your help.
> Jan Johnson
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