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The Meyer-Stephenson Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000


Dr. Michael E. Meyer
502 N. Schuyler St.
Lena, IL 61048
United States
815-266-3030
mike@aeroinc.net

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We are constantly looking for connections to my wife's family -- the Stephensons. This family migrated over the years from Scotland or Ireland in the 1750s through North Carolina, Madison County Tennessee, Southern Missouri, Southern Kansas and eventually Northern California.
We are constantly looking connections between Scotland and Ireland and this country. We know that the Stephensons came over in the great Scotch/Irish migrations in the mid 18th century.

On my wife's maternal side, we always are looking for connections for the ENSLEYs and ELAMs. These families figured prominently in Northern California history around the 1850-1900 period, especially in the Marysville-Yuba City area.

The Meyer family is a recent addition to this country having arrived in the late 1920s. They lived in New York City, Chicago and eventually settled in Oregon and Washington.

Key names we are always looking for are:

Stephenson
Ensley
Elam



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