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Carrie Worstell married John E. Askren about 1901. The family was in Bridgeport, Lawrence Co, Illinois by the 1910 and 1920 census. Looking for dates for Carrie and full death date from John Askren who died in 1938 in Bridgeport. Thank you, Kathleen Rizer
Sorry I do not know the ancestry of the Potvines. I am, however, interested
in the Greemore family. Amab Greemore born about 1815 is my line. I
discovered Isadore and Hannah in the 1880 census but do not know how they
connect to the family? Do you? Do you know Isadore's parents and siblings?
I am trying to find the parents of Rosella Potvine, born April 19, 1860, in
St. Francisville, IL. Fathers name Israel Potvine, mother Frances (?), I
think. Rosella Potvine married Isadore Greemore in Denison, IL. September
10, 1877. Thanks Carol Kellogg
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