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Felker family

Replies: 19
Posted: 13 Feb 2000 3:36AM GMT
Edited: 25 May 2002 8:49AM GMT
Hi Nancy, one thing I do know, some
of the Felker men, just get up and
take off, that's what makes them so
hard to follow. 3 of my dad's
brothers did the same thing, and it
seems so hard to find them. When and
if we do find them, their families
don't know much, if anything at all.
One person was shocked to know that
her great-grandfather had another
family here in PA.

Several years ago, a young man from
Texas got in touch with me, looking
for anything at all, I sent him
several photo's and he called me to
tell me he got them the day they
buried his father, so he showed the
photo's to the relatives at the
funeral, he said one of his uncles
got very excited, because he said his
grandfather had the very same picture
on his fireplace, but would never
tell anyone who they where and if
they had been related.

This young man died right after his
father,and I've never heard another
thing from his family.

I also know my great-grandfather had
a brother Jacob born about 1836,
served in the Civil war, and was
never heard of again. And of course
there are others, who just seemed to
have disappered off the face of the
earth. So I'm really not of much help
to you.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
nlfelker 13 Nov 1999 7:58PM GMT 
nlfelker 8 Dec 1999 9:43AM GMT 
GeriFelker 8 Feb 2000 6:02AM GMT 
nlfelker 13 Feb 2000 7:17AM GMT 
GeriFelker 13 Feb 2000 10:34AM GMT 
nlfelker 13 Feb 2000 6:34PM GMT 
GeriFelker 13 Feb 2000 10:36AM GMT 
GeriFelker 14 Feb 2000 4:28PM GMT 
Tammy Fiscella 14 Feb 2000 6:36PM GMT 
GeriFelker 15 Feb 2000 6:08AM GMT 
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