Brickwalled - Direct ancestor!

by Debbie
(San Ysidro, NM, USA)

I have an ancestor in Vermont who married and had two sons; he is listed (middle initial included) in their birth and death records.

Somewhere between the conception/birth of his last son (1846) and 1850, he disappeared.

His widow was living with her sons at her parents' home in 1850, and remarried in 1852. Her obituary states that "after he died" she remarried this other man. I cannot find birth/death nor grave records for this man!!

Because I live so far away, I cannot research this myself, nor can I afford a lot of $$ for someone else to, either! :(


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Jul 29, 2012
Which husband?
by: Anonymous

Is it the first husband or the second husband that you are looking for?

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