I'm sorry I have no idea what township the BUKER and MAKE families were in.
That is something I hoped to pinpoint with the 1870 census.
Maybe I could trade a MN lookup on your kin in Wright or Henn. Co.(?) The
MN Hist. Soc. has all the microfilm for MN and I *try* to get there a couple
of times a month. It's pretty tough to get out though because I have small
children. I usually copy as much stuff as I can and drag it home to study.
If your FHC is lacking in some MN census records, I could copy stuff and
mail it to you.
All the Best to You,
From: DLux2BlueH(a)aol.com <DLux2BlueH(a)aol.com>
To: IACLAYTO-L(a)rootsweb.com <IACLAYTO-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Wednesday, December 30, 1998 1:53 AM
Subject: Re: [IACLAYTO-L] BUKER, BUCHER, MAKE
One of the last few times I visited my local FHC, I noted on my surname
Soundex list, the film numbers for all of my target counties and years,
special marks for the ones that they had available "in house". I believe
did have the 1870 Clayton county film available. I'll be sure to keep your
surnames in mind when I do get back for more research (they are closed for
extended holiday now). Do you have any idea in what Twp. your kin may have
Also.... I have Minnesota kin (probably Wright or Hennepin
to my Clayton Kin) who married into the BURGER family. Is there a remote
possibility that your German BUKER might have a spelling variation that
Good "Lux" in your searches!
<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">Terra</A> in CA
(for private genealogical correspondance--non AoL members)
In a message dated 12/29/98 10:05:13 PM, hinesphoto(a)wavefront.com (K.Hines)
If someone has access to the 1870 Clayton Co. census, I would greatly
appreciate a look up on BUKER and MAKE.
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