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My Tree in Progress (60 KB) My work on this is a combination of my searches, my sister and aunts hard work in the investigation of the Robson line, and from many other persons who have shared with me along the way. Little by little, my roots are growing. Thank you for looking in!
Valere Joseph Van Meerhaeghe (12 KB) This is a photo of my father as a young man. He immigrated to the US with his mother in the early 1900s. I am still searching for the year and the ship / port to verify the year. I believe he was about 3yrs old when he came over from Belgium
Robert Henry Robson (3 KB) A photo of my grandfather. He spent 13 years in the Phillipines before returning to the states and starting his family. His first wife, passed away in a flu epidemic in 1917. Years later he married Helen Florence Blakney, who we called Lolly
The St Amour family October 2000 (17 KB) This is a photo of Laura's family in Munising. We buried her remains together with her husband's (he passed away 15 years before her) in Munising Michigan. We shared family stories with one another
The St Amour family October 2000 (17 KB) This is a photo of Laura's family in Munising. We buried her remains together with her husband's (he passed away 15 years before her) in Munising Michigan. We shared family stories with one another. Vange Fromm, Floyd St Amour, Bob St Amour and Irene Mully
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