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Hello, I'm brand new on the list. It doesn't look like there are a whole
lot of members, but I thought I would try my luck anyway.
I'm wondering if there is anybody here connected to the LAMPHERE family of
Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI, in the late 1800's. In 1866 a Lorenzo D
LAMPHERE married a Phoebe WILLIAMS in Grand Rapids. I would particularly
like to locate any descendants.
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This was sent by Jack Lamphier a few days back. I know it's late notice,
but in about an hour this show will broadcast I guess. Since MY Lanphears
came to WI, I for one will be watching, just for the history of it. Thought
maybe some of you would like to to (if you get this in time to do so.)
Carol in WI
Hi Carol, Just found out an interest bit of Wisconsin lore.On Monday evening
July 24 at 8:30PM EST on Cinemax there will be a documentary presentation
entitled "Wisconsin Death Trap" It detail arrivals of ancestors to the the
Black River Falls Area,in the late 1800's and early 1900's.For reason
undisclosed to me many died strange deaths and or went mad.It was not
unusual to attend several funerals a week in one family.Pass the word on to
others withWisconsinite families you might think interested