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Letters of Blanche Lilleston

Submitted by Kellie Scott

 

2-27-1945

Dear Miss Lilleston,

I received your letter with the members of those who had joined the Jemima Johnson Chapter and thank you very much for the same.  I suppose that is what my niece Bessie Smiser Dauner wanted so as to be eligible to join the DAR Chapter in Oklahoma City-I sent your letter on to her.  We never knew the name of ship “Jersey” that he perished on, nor that he had been married other than to Ester Stilley

I know of that Kennedy graveyard on Winchester Pike on Cassus M. Clay farm.  My uncle, the late Peter S. Kennedy of Crawfordsville, Indinan always spoke of it as where most of his Kennedy relations were buried.  The graveyard I spoke of is on Clintonville Pike.  A number of years ago our Uncle Captain H. Talbott and three Misses Wheat our cousins of Crawfordsville Indiana ( all now dead) visited us and we went to that graveyard.  Bob Frank was living there and had a dairy farm.  I fully expected to pay you for looking up those records as know it took time-now about the genealogy of the Fisher family.  I know very little, but as much or more than any member of the family and we will send you records later.  We have no Fisher relations in KY. only my brother W.C. Fisher of Lex. Ky.  Kate Fisher and myself in Cynthiana-I will let you hear from me later-again thanking you I am very truly.

Lizzie Fischer

410 East Bridge Street

Cynthiana,  KY

 

 

 

 

 

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