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Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 17:05:44 EDT
Subject: HEDGE & PALMER
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I joined this list a month ago in hopes that someone could help me find out
about the HEDGE and PALMER families that would have been in Toledo in 1872.
James B. HEDGE was a printer and might have had a newspaper there or had been
connected with one. What was the local newspaper at that time?
He was married to Nellie PALMER and they had at least four children, one who
was born in Toledo in 1872 by the name of John Garnet HEDGE.
I would appreciate it very much if someone could help me as John Garnet HEDGE
was my grandfather.
My g-grandfather, William Wade, settled in Tama Co. in the early
1860's. He and his wife--Susan Ann Johnston Wade had seven children:
Lindley, Mary Margaret, Harry, Maria, Anna, Arthur(my grandfather) and
Winfield. Susan died in 1903 and William died in 1916. They came to Tama Co.
from Fayette Co., Penn. Any listee with information about the Wades in Tama
Co.(Toledo) area I would be very interested in hearing from. Thanks!
gary a. wade
Coordinator of Education/Research/QA
Dept. of Rehab. Svcs.(0596)
University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Bovd.
Galveston, Texas 77555-0596
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I seem to be striking out on all accounts today. I tried sending a
message to Jenny who has volunteered to do look ups for both marriages
and deaths in Tama County. I also tried sending a query to the Tama
County Query List and that to is invalid.
I am looking for the following family:
Perry SPENCER and his wife Delia (Smith) and their three children
Ellis L. , Emory and Emily who were twins were according to the 1870
Census were living in Columbia Twp. Tama County. In the 1880 Census
Perry and his wife Delia and
youngest son Emory are still living in Columbia Twp. but Ellis L. has
moved on and I found him getting married in Keokuk, Lee Co., in 1886.
He was my great grandfather.
I would like to know who Emily married and I also would like to know
who Emory married if possible. I lost the family after the 1880
Census. I would like to know if there is some kind person who could do
a look up for the 1885 and 1895
Census to see if this SPENCER family is still in the area. I also
know that Ellis L. and his wife Dora had their first son
in Des Moines, Polk County March 13, 1887. I would also like to know
if Perry and Delia died in Tama County and if so where they are
Thank you for any and all help that someone on this list can give me
in this search.
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