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Bratts in Western New York

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Re: Bratts in Western New York

Posted: 1223166826000
Classification: Query
Wow. I really should read over my work a little better. Thanks to my mom, I've found a few mistakes. I'll repost the whole thing here with errors fixed.

Stephen WILCOX married Sabra PALMER
They had:
1. Laura WILCOX.

Laura married Edward AKIN
They had:
1. Ransom
2. Laura
3. Stephen
4. Alfred
5. Erastus
6. Mercy Ann
7. Laura
8. Sally
*9. Helen
10. Sabra
11. Emily
12. Edward

*9. Helen AKIN married Erastus Bratt
They had:
1. Lizzie
2. Ella
3. Laura
4. Mercy Ann
5. Flora
*6. Ida
7. Ransom
8. Eliot
9. Edward
10. Anthony
*11. Frank

*6. Ida married Fred WATSON
They had:
Clinton Herd WATSON

Clinton married Gladys Aline KILPATRICK
They had:
Clinton (Kim) Arthur Watson
Gladys Ruth Watson

Gladys Ruth WATSON married Tom Herbert SMITH
They had:
1. Bonnie Patricia
2. Marcia Pamela
3. Daryl Priscilla
4. Rick Kevin
5. Kim Fredrick
6. Kerry Pauline (I am the daughter of Kerry and Kenneth E. Lyon.)

*11. Frank Bratt married Anna Hettie MERRILL
They had:
1. Anthony E.
2. Harold C.
3. Frank
4. Ethel
5. Beatrice
6. Mary H.
7. Ruth
8. Ella
9. Mildred

According to the small amount of information I have, child number 4 of Helen and Erastus, Mercy Ann married (first name unknown) Bratt. Possibly already a relation when they married?

Also child number 10 of Laura and Edward (Sabra) married James Walker BARNES, they had Belle BARNES, who married VAN DUSEN and their daughter Ethel VAN DUSEN married Anthony Bratt. They had Dorothy who married Glenn A. WILSON.

Many of my (later) Bratts can be found buried in Lakeview Cemetery, in Chautauqua County, Jamestwon, New York.

(Thanks to Ann O. for the information leading to my great great grandmother Ida Bratt WATSON!)
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