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From: "Mark & Sherry Reeter" <>
Subject: Re: [FESSLER] Fessler sisters - catherine, mary,Maggie and Louisa Detroit, Mi.
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 11:26:43 -0400
References: <1250210884.612936@rootsweb.com>
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If you can share any information on a Festler/Fessler family who died aboard
ship travelling from Germany to the US around 1800 whose son John was
adopted by Cunrod Winebarger of Lincoln Co., NC, PLEASE contact me. Thank
you!

Sherry



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Hi - Thanks for your reply. The same day I reieved your e-mail I found the
death record for Maggie Justin on the newly released Mi. Death records. My
name is Mary Fessler, my gr, grandfather Charles Theodore Fessler was
Maggie's brother. He married Ida Brichert and had two sons, Charles and
Joseph. Ida died and Charles married Minnie Marohn. Ida's son Charles was my
grandfather. He was raised by Minnie he married Elsie Semer and their son
Charles is my father.
i have a wonderful photo of Maggie and her sisters( given to me by a
descendant of Mary Fessler) although the picture is labelled it is not quite
clear who is who. I can only identify one sister for sure, Mary - would you
have a photo of Maggie?If you would like to share information let me know
Again thanks for your response.


Mary

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