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LEEDOM - John Leedom was born in Ireland of English parents. He came to america in 1744. He married Letitia Jones in New Britain, Bucks co., Pennsylvania. They had 8 children.*The Leedom Family, compiled by Sarah Ann Leedom Eachus, published in 1982.SPAID - As a 17 year old German schoolboy, George Nicholas Spaht was kidnapped and sold to the English. He ended up fighting in the Revolutionary War for the British. His company was captured on Christmas eve, 1776, by George Washington's troops and he was sent to a prison camp near Winchester, Virginia. He was release after 5 years and in 1782 he married Elizabeth Cale. They resided near the Capon River about 30 miles from Winchester. They had 9 children and moved to Ohio in 1819. *The Spaid Family in America, compiled by Abraham Thompson Secrest and privately published in 1922.WISE - Frank and Mable Wise lived in Tovey, Illinois. They were the parents of 10 children. I married their grandson, Carl Franklin Wise, Jr. in 1964. Any information that you have would be appreciated. I am willing to share the information that I have.
LEEDOM / SPAID / WISE
Updated September 5, 2000

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Wanda Sue Wise
3535 Linda Vista Dr. #205
San Marcos, California 92069
A-United States
760-598-6596
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