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Just looked at a picture from the Calais Cemetery in Monroe county, OHIO, and saw a tombstone for BURRIS. I am looking for the parents of Mary Burris. THIS MARY Adelia Burris born 1873, died 1950, was married to Thomas Leroy LATTA on October 4, 1894. She taught school at Calais, Miltonsburg and Fox Hollow. Their only child died in infancy. I have some of the class folders with her picture on them.
Surely someone knows her family??????
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PS Several of you did express interest in the School Picture of the kids at Fox Hollow about 1894. (She is not in this one, but her future husband was the teacher.) If anyone else would like this picture attached to them, please let me know.
Hi, all, I talked with Paul's wife tonight. She told me that Paul is back
in the hospital because he was so weak and dehydrated. The doctors are
doing some tests to see if they can discover why. He has been continuing to
receive chemotherapy for his cancer, but apparently he is feeling worse than
I'm sure Paul would appreciate your prayers and wishes for his recovery.
I'll let you know if I hear more.
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John Latta was born about 1784 in the Huntingdon Co, PA area. His wife was Annie Hockinberry/Hockenbury. One of their sons was John COPELAND Latta. The name COPELAND to me sounds so much like a surname, I am wondering if the first John I mentioned had a mother with the COPELAND surname. Do any of you Copeland researchers have a girl born mid 1700's that married a John Latta? It is so hard to find our grandmother's since most of the legal work of those days just involved the men.
Any help would really be appreciated.
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