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Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2000 11:47 PM
I'm new to the Clayton County List,
I need All the Help, Anyone can give me (Us).
Myself and a Couple of Cousin's are searching for our Great-GrandParent's
Roots, But so far are, Only finding Brick Walls.
As I was searching the 1850's Iowa Census, I ran across what looks like a
1850 Clayton, Farmerburg Township, County IOWA
Enumerated on the 4th of Sept, 1850 by Elipholib Price.
22 456 456 WILSON CRISTINA 35 F. PA. starting on
23 456 456 WILSON ANGELINE 16 F PA.
24 456 456 WILSON HARRIET 14 F PA.
25 456 456 WILSOM MARY A. 12 F PA.
26 456 456 WILSON EMMA 2 F VA.
27 456 456 WILSON JOHN 1/12 IA. "
No Male Father figure's?
Also found a
Angeline Wilson 18, F. VA. 171b line 16 pg0165a.txt.
Don't know if they are connected or not?
Four Reason's I believe this is the Family I'm Searching For.
My GreatGrandMother was Mary Ann Wilson ( Parents unknown) born in PA.
Married My GGrandFather JOHN BAIR/BAER/BARE/BEAR? April 9,1857 in Unknown
Then they John and Mary Ann According to the 1859 to FRANKLIN Ohio Twp.
County Kansas Territory or Voter Census Arrived in April of 1857 From Iowa.
David and Angeline Baer???? Arrived along with their 4 or 5 children all
born in Iowa,
in Franklin,Ohio Twp. County, Kansas according to the same census.
And a John E. Baer, April ,1857 to Kansas from Iowa.
Don't know if or how Any of the Bair's are connected, but think they are?
MARY ANN WILSON BAIR b.Nov.16,1837 in unknown PA. d, March 18 1926 on the
Family Farm while living with my Grandfather, in Franklin Co Ks
JOHN BAIR b. ? 1829 in unknown PA. d. at the Family Farm in Franklin Co KS.
I also found a DAVID BEAR in Clayton County Census.and was the about the
DAVID BAER? b. March 4,1827 in unknown PA. d. January 18,1873 Franklin Co
ANGELINE BAER? b.November 3,1834 in unknown PA. d.May 15,1901 Franklin
John E Baer Died in Kansas City around 1897 and is buried in KC.
Could Mary and Angeline Wilson have married brother,s /Cousin's,
PLEASE Can Anyone Help with This?
We know they are Buried at Princeton Kansas, But other than that It's Like
they Never Were.
Thanks For any information
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