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Subject: [NIMMO] Re: Nimmos
Date: 21 Jun 2002 15:31:14 -0600
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I'm curious about the history of your Ruth Nimmo Hartline, since there were both Nimmo & Hartline(s) in St. Joseph, Berrien Co., Michigan in the late 1800s & early 1900s. I am looking for further research info. on Nimmo family with father's name of Frank (77 yrs old in 1920 Census) of St.Joseph, Berrien Co.Mich. (wife unkn.). Know of two dau.(s), Harriet "Hattie" Nimmo Rogers (b.abt.1883 Mich.) & Emma Nimmo Kolm(?) (b. abt.1888/9 Mich.). Harriet md. Charles Andrew Rogers (Oct.23, 1901, St.Joseph,Mich.) had a dau. Helen (b.1903,St.Joseph,Mich.) & a son Franklin(b.abt.1905/6,St.Joseph,Mich.). Harriet is shown on the 1910 St.Joseph Census as Harriet Rogers (dv) living with the 2 children (Helen 7 yrs.& Franklin 4 yrs) & younger sister Emma (single). By the 1920 St.Joseph Census,Emma was the only one I could find, she is shown as the wife of Adolph Kolm(?), md 6 yrs. with 2 dau.(s) Lorna(?) & Marjorie, with father Frank Nimmo 77 yrs in their household. My main interest is furthe!
r history on Harriet Nimmo's family & tracking the where abouts of her 2 chidren with Charles Andrew Rogers. Any help or connection would be appreciated. PAUL ROGERS