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|Name:||Leonard A. Zalewski|
|City/State/Zip:||Los Angeles, CA 90004-2461|
|Date:||Sun Feb 27 21:39:29 2000|
Hope to be back in Montana at the end of March to repair my dock while the lake is down and if the weather permits. Enjoyed Tom's page. Say Hi to my neighbors Buster Dufour and Bob Chirot when you see them.
|City/State/Zip:||Nine Mile Falls Washington 99026|
|Phone:||(509) 466 6884|
|Date:||Sat Jan 22 15:43:19 2000|
Nice web site. Hope to check out your stores when we make over to Mt.
|Name:||William V. Sliter|
|City/State/Zip:||Portland, Oregon 97217|
|Date:||Tue Jan 4 13:12:50 2000|
hope to find out more about the Sliter's
|Name:||Rene' M Perlich ( Nadeau/Foy and Dailey/Stavrum|
|Date:||Wed Dec 1 11:03:16 1999|
I am researching my family tree. My father (Raymond Nadeau, b.1928) and grandfather ( Raymond Oscar Nadeau, b. 1902) were both born in Butte, Montana. My gr. grandfather ( Peter Timothy Nadeau,who was Canadian French) settled in Butte sometime before 1893. In 1893 he married my gr. grandmother ( Mary Louise Foy, b. 1877). Peter owned the 'Silver Bow Coal and Wood Yard' located at 394 E. Park St. in the 1890's. At one point in the early 1900's, Peter was robbed of the payroll and beaten - losing the business. He and his wife opened their home up to become a boarding house, located at 478 E. Park St.. Do you have any history that recognizes the Silver Bow Coal and Wood Yard? If any of the above facts sound familiar to you and you can either provide information or know of a website or person that could help, I will be very grateful for your assistance! Thank you so much for reading this and considering my request! Many blessings!! Best wishes, Rene' M. Perlich (Nadeau/Foy & Dailey/Stavrum)
|City/State/Zip:||Dardanelle AR. 72834|
|Date:||Wed Dec 1 05:37:22 1999|
Would like to know more about my family heritage. If any one would like to corespond with me, I sure would enjoy it. I'm 53 and married, got 7 children,8 grandchildren.
|Name:||Michael Leonard Sean Sliter|
|City/State/Zip:||Portland, OR 97205|
|Date:||Tue Nov 16 04:22:18 1999|
found your site while surfing. thought I'd sign the book.
|Name:||Jeremiah (Jerry) Palmer|
|City/State/Zip:||Raleigh, NC 27607|
|Date:||Thu Nov 11 06:57:24 1999|
This inquiry is to find whether any of the Sliter Rev. War veterans stayed in Delaware Co and are buried there? I have been compiling a list of the Rev. War Veterans of Delaware Co. and would like to find all possible. This excerpt is from Munsells History of Delaware Co. and mentions these five being in the Rev. War. The family whose name has been spelled Slouter, Sloughter, Tluyter and lastly Sliter was among the early Dutch settlers of Nieu Amsterdam (New York), one of whom was Governor Sloughter. Mr. Sliter came to Unadilla with his family as before related and was compelled to flee with Johnston to Cherry Valley and afterwards to Schenectady. He had five sons, Cornelius, Nicholas, Conrad, Peter and Jonas, all of whom served in the Revolutionary army till the close of the war. He married a daughter of Domine Johnston and settled at Unadilla. His descendants are numerous and respectable. One of them, Deacon Nicholas Sluyter, deceased, was born at Sidney Plains July 21st, 1785. He made a profession of religion at nineteen years of age, and through a long life maintained his Christian character. He passed his declining years with his son William. I have several Rev. people in my family, and visit Delaware Co. now and then as about 600 miles away in N.C. I am hoping to compile an index of these people to give to the Veterans Affairs folks in Delhi (the county seat) Thanks for your help, Jeremiah Palmer firstname.lastname@example.org
|City/State/Zip:||East Northport, NY 11731|
|Date:||Wed Nov 3 13:07:42 1999|
My mother's maiden name is Sliter. Her father,Cornelius Spencer Sliter, born 3-2-1902; her mother, Christine Frances Holmes, born 5-25-1906; her grandfather, Cornelius Sliter, born 1836, died 2-29-1920; her grandmother, Rachel Estelle Johnson, born 1860, died 9-7-1911; her great grandfather, William M. Sliter, born 1819 (Rens. County), died 5-19-1889 (Albany). Other unidentified relatives include: Mary M. Sliter, born 1821 (New Scotland), died 11-18-1901 (Albany); Susie E. Sliter, born 1885, died 7-22-1892.
|City/State/Zip:||Phoenix AZ 85024|
|Date:||Sun Sep 12 16:06:32 1999|
Hi all, If any kin to Alfred Osborn of Ellensburg WA (mid 1900's) there, please EMail me. Royce
|City/State/Zip:||Seeleys Bay, Ontario|
|Date:||Sun Sep 12 08:37:24 1999|
I am the gr.gr.gr.gr.grgrandson of Nicholas Sliter who came to what is now eastern Ontario in 1800 to work as the collier for the Furnace Falls iron works. Nicholas Sliter had worked previously at the iron works in Rutland, Vermont, but the family came from New York.
|Name:||Annette Cook Monday|
|City/State/Zip:||Norwich, NY 13815|
|Date:||Sat Sep 11 20:35:31 1999|
I'm amazed to see so many Sliters. It was my Grandmother's maiden name so I've done some research, but I've always found it pretty rare.
|Name:||Lawrence and Kathy Dugan|
|Date:||Sat Jul 10 12:34:22 1999|
I will be sending you a list of materials for delivery to our property on LaBrant Road. Plan for an early August delivery. I will provide you a list within the next week or so. I understand your contact person for this is Jeff. One question, is there any advantage of using my account set up by my contractor- Charlie Snider versus just using my charge card. Would I save any money on lumber prices?
|City/State/Zip:||Somers, MT 59932|
|Date:||Wed May 12 21:45:29 1999|
Trying out the new guestbook.