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In the 19th century, some members of the DAGUE family moved from the
Midwest to your county. We want to let DAGUE researchers know that we
have established a DAGUE Rootsweb list. The name of the list reflects
our surname in Germany -- DEEG. Other spellings have been DEG and
DAGE/DAG (in America), DEEGEN
(in Germany) and other variations of the spelling of our surname.
If you are a DAGUE/related families researcher, we are happy to invite
you to join us on the DEEG list. To subscribe, send an e-mail to:
Leave the e-mail blank, except for typing "subscribe" (without the
parentheses) in the body of the message. We are looking forward to
meeting you and finding our family connections.
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I'd like to share some genealogy from the book ""A Step Back In Time;
Unpublished Channel Islands Diaries" edited by Marla Daily, 1990. Maybe
someone here can use this info.
Peveril MEIGS (1876-1926 & Rosamond WESTON (1848-1928)
Ch; Pereril MEIGS, Jr (1876-1926 & Lorena STEWART (1873-1963) MARRIED
Ch; Peveril; Helen; Stewart; Loren
Captain William G WATERS (1838-1917) m Minnie in 1880.