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Date: Sun, 02 Jun 1996 04:19:21 -0700 From: Russell email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: the Thacker name Would you please send me what ever you have on the Thacker name. If it relates to me I will fill in the blanks and send you an update FIRST GENERATION 1. John THACKER1. Children of John THACKER and Charlotte NORTON were: +2 i. Charlotte "Lottie" THACKER. 3 ii. Benjamine THACKER1 was born in 1851 in Boonton NJ. He died on Jan 23 1893 in 265 St. Paul St. Burlington, VT of typhoid pneumonia. Was single, a laborer. SECOND GENERATION 2. Charlotte "Lottie" THACKER1 was born in 1852 in Boonton, NJ. She was married to Charles Grover jr. SANDERS on Sep 13 1875 in Ausable NY (?). Charles Grover jr. SANDERS was born in 1845 in Buck Hill or Buck Hollow, NY, Ausable or Clintonville NY poss..1 Death certificate says he was born in Clintonville NY, Marriage certificate says Ausable. At the time of his marriage Charles was a farmer in Jay, NY, later a porter and a gardener. He and Charlotte lived in Keesville, NY for a while. That's where Ida went to school. According to Charlotte's death certificate, she and Charles were from Grover, NY. He died on Sep 16 1899 in Burlington VT. Children of Charlotte "Lottie" THACKER and Charles Grover jr. SANDERS were: +4 i. John Willard SANDERS. 5 ii. Charles Garfield SANDERS1 was born on May 22 1881 in Burlington, VT. He died on Dec 15 1967 in Pompano Beach, FL.. 6 iii. Sadie SANDERS died in 1940. 7 iv. Charlotte SANDERS was born in 1883 in Burlington, VT. She died on Oct 29 1897 in Burlington, VT of meningitis.. 8 v. Ida SANDERS1 was born on Mar 13 1877 in Burlington, VT. She died on Oct 21 1966 in Burlington, VT. SOURCES 1. Barbara Pratt.