ROLLIE'S PAGE
rhauser@csuchico.edu


Jacob Sellers, b. 4 Dec 1793 in ?, d. ca. 8 Mar 1855 near New Boston,
Mercer Co., IL
   m. 12 Apr 1817 in Clermont Co., OH, Deborah Dunn, b. ? in VA, d. 28 Aug
1848 in Keokuk(?) Co., IA
      1.  George Sellers, b. 13 Feb 1821 in Ohio, d. 15 Jul 1891 in Vienna
Twp., Marshall Co., IA
             m. (1) 4 Jul 1841 in Vermilion Co., IL, Indiana Ballah, b.
Darby Twp., Madison (Pickaway) Co. OH, d. bef. 1848 in ?
             m. (2) 16 Sep 1847 in Vermillion Co., IN, Martha Jane West,
b.
17 Sep 1823 in Vermillion Co., IN, d. 28 Aug 1897 in Vienna Twp., Marshall
Co., IA
2.  Wealthy Sellers, b. ca. 1823 in ?, d. ? near Eldora, Hardin Co.,
IA
             m. 31 Aug 1843 in Vermillion Co., IN, John B. Henderson, b.
1822 in Coshocton Co., OH, d. ? in ?
      3.  Davis Sellers, b. 14 Jan 1828 in Brown Co., OH, d. 4 Feb 1901 in
Oberlin, Decatur Co., KS
             m. (1) 26 Jun 1850 in Keokuk(?) Co., IA, Carolina ?, b. ca.
1831 in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. (2) 12 Mar 1853 in ?, Mary Ugena Ferguson, b. ca. 1836 in
Brown Co., OH, d. 9 Dec 1918 in Farifield, ? Co., NE
      4.  Leannah Sellers, b. ca. 1833 in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. ? in ?, Joseph Rader, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
      5.  Malinda Sellers, b ca. 1835 in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. ? in ?, James Gibson, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
      6.  Olive Sellers, b. 30 Jul 1837 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, d.
?
in ?
             m. (1) ? in ?, Galen Crook, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. (2) ? in ?, ? Crook, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
      7.  Angelina Sellers, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. ? in ?, John Carpenter, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
      8.  Deminos Sellers, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
      9.  Elizabeth Sellers, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. ? in ?, James Lakey, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
    10.  Milly Sellers, b. ? in ?, d. ? in ?
             m. 15 Dec 1842 in Vermilion Co., IL, Enoch B. Wood, b. ? in
?,
d. ? in ?

You can see my problem from all the "? in ?s" in the above outline.  I
have
found the marriage of Jacob Sellers and Deborah Dunn in your list of
Clermont Co., OH, marriages.  Two other marriages are recorded there, but
do
not seem a perfect match:

Angelina Sellers m. William C. South on 2 Jun 1832 (or 1836)
Elizabeth Sellers m. James Glancy on 31 Dec 1837

Also tempting are two Brown Co. census listings on your Brown Co., OH,
page:

1820 Jacob Sellers, page 342 Eagle Twp
        1 m 26/45 (1775/1794)
        1 f 16/25 (1795/1805)
         no children

1830 Jacob Sellers, page and twp not given
        2 m under 5 (1825/30)
        1 m 5/10 (1820/25)
        1 m 30/40 (1790-1800)
        1 f under 5 (1825/30)
        1 f 5/10 (1820/25)
        2 f 10/15 (1815/20)
        1 f 15/20 (1810/15)
        1 f 30/40 (1790/1800)

The three oldest female children cause me to wonder whether these two
Jacob
Sellers families are, in fact, the same families.  Would appreciate
comments, advice, and leads by the following contact means:

Rolland K. Hauser, 1075 Tracy Lane, Chico, California, 95926-1446, tel:
530-891-4033, e-mail: rhauser@csuchico.edu

Thanks for the time and attention granted to a new subscriber to
SELLERS-L.
Hope the message isn't too long.  Cheers.  Rollie Hauser



I think that the War of 1812 Jacob Sellers who received
IL Bounty Land may have been farming in Keokuk County, Iowa,
in the 1850 census and may have died in Mercer County, Illinois,
near New Boston, Mercer County, IL, in the middle 1850's.

Could you send me a copy of Jacob's Bounty Land papers to my
home address or post the text and reference information when you
get a chance.  Maybe I can run the possible connection down.



ROLLAND - Very Good - This Jacob Sellers would have been c19 in 1812 -
Now I got my date of birth from this war of 1812 file - Where did you get
yours?

BOUNTY LAND WARRANT  12426=160-55
(there is an address to order this description - sure its on-line,msh)

JACOB SELLERS born Dec 4, 1793 enlisted /served in ADAMS CO, OH from
7-29-1813
to 8-22-1813 as a private in Captain Abraham SHEPHERDS CO of Oh Militia
On another page shows Col--EDWARDS , same Capt
He was allowed bounty land in full satisfaction for service rendered and
executed 3-24-1855 while residing in Mercer Co, IL
No Claim for Pension. (this is on a government form)
Another State form from Mercer Co, IL = stated in Dec, 1855 that warrant
for
bounty land has Not been received. SIGNED (he wrote his signature,msh(
JACOB
SELLERS
Another Witness to same = JOHN MOOREHEAD and maybe C.S.SEXTON?(faded,can't
read,msh)
Other names are JP's
Two Querys sent on this file = Mrs Fred Cram from Cedar Falls, IA (believe
there
is a Mason City, IA newspaper article re: on a visit with SELLERS/CRAM  in
this?
area- Checked with CRAMS history and they did NOT show SELLERS connection)
AND a query from JOHN S. THOMPSON, KEITHSBURG, MERCER CO, IL
requesting info = NO FAMILY INFO
ALSO a query (3rd) from a Mrs. R.L.TIEMAN of New Boston, IL (this may have
been
referring to a Civil War file and perhaps NOt Connected -doesn't show
Jacob
Sellers name on this letter, msh



From:
        hermfagley@juno.com
     To:
        rhauser@csuchino.edu, mari@netins.net

Brown Co was cut from Clermont Co late 1817. JOHN LINDSEY JP and JAMES
DUNN, likely parent, lived on west side of STRAIGHT CREEK,SSW ARNHEIM,or
5-5 miles east of GEORGETOWN,OH.  JAMES DUNN was in MONOGHALIA cO
VA-[WV-MORGANTOWN WV] 1779-1800,if not earlier.   Perhaps near Jacob
Prickett's fort,sw MORGANTOWN. MONOGHALIA CO WV [VA] HAD A COURTHOUSE
FIRE 1796. IT ONCE EXTENDED INTO SW PA SO FAR NORTH AS
UNIONTOWN-WASHINGTON,PA 1776-81. And,whith those bounds, perhaps covered
JACOB SELLERS parents near Clarksville,Pa [?]  [Howard Leckey's "THE TEN
MILE COUNTRY,AND IT'S PIONEER FAMILIES". 10 MILE CREEK DIVIDES MODERN E
WASHINGTON-GREENE CO PA.
JACOB SELLERS WAS LIKELY B 1793 IN MASON CO, N KY, BUT LIKELY THE PORTION
THAT BECAME BRACKEN CO KY IN 1796-98. THE LOCUST CREEK AREA WHERE ISAAC
SELLERS WAS KILLED.    I SEE MARIE AND OTHERS ARE PLACING ISAAC SELLERS
IN N WASHINGTON CO=PA-ALLEGANY CO. SO,THAT WOULD MEAN [?]2 SEPERATE
SELLERS FAMILIES IN NE BRACKEN CO,KY?
MARIE ONCE HUNTED THE SELLERS IN-NEAR FRANKLIN CO, BROWN CO OH- 1994.
ARNHEIM. She found 2-3.
I have to get to my AOL EMAIL to drag the 1790 PA CENSUS. ALL THE
TOWNSHIPS OF GREENE CO,PA,PLUS AMWELL,BETHLEHAM,MORRIS,ET AL 1790,WERE
1776-81 PART OF MONOGHALIA CO VA [WV.   WV FORMED FROM VA 1863.
I SUPPOSE YOUR JACOB SELLERS WAS GERMANIC,[SWISS?] AND A COUSIN OF MY
WIFE'S MAHALA SELLERS M 1839 JAMES KIRKPATRICKS. The kirkpatrick's after
Indiana years,settled back in the JAMES DUNN-JOHN LINDSEY neighborhood s
of ARNHEIM 1860-70 CENSUS.



Subject:
             Re:SELLERS/GANNINGERS? Your "Old Letter" post



ROLLAND/ROLLIE - Thanks for Sharing-it is Letters like this that HELPS
CONNECT
ROLLIE'S and URSULA'S PAGE =
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/rollie.htm
http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/ursula.htm

Has AnyOne done a GANNINGER search? marie, iowa
========
"Hauser, Rolland" wrote:

> Dear Ursula:  I am intrigued by your posted communication which
appeared on
> SELLERS-L time-date stamped 8:23, Thursday, October 21, 1999.  You sign
your
> name as Ursula Ganninger Sellers.  It is your middle (or maiden) name
which
> caught my eye.  Let me tell you why even though I don't have my
genealogical
> notes with me here at my office.
>
> I have some handwritten genealogical notes written by an ancestral
relative
> Mrs. Myrabell "Myra" (Sellers) Cram, born in Marshall County, Iowa, in
the
> late 1800s and who died, aged mid-90s, in a nursing home in Cedar
Falls,
> Iowa.  who descends from Jacob Sellers and Deborah Dunn, m. in southern
Ohio
> (just as Brown County, Ohio was being formed) in the late 1810's.
Myra's
> husband was a Fred Cram.  (Myra's and my Sellers clan has lived in the
> Vienna Township area of Marshall County, just north of Green Mountain,
Iowa,
> from the 1860s to present.)  Jacob and Deborah's son, George Sellers,
was
> born there in 1821.  His family removed to the Danville, Illinois area
in
> the 1840s.  George was married twice:  once in Vermillion County,
Illinois;
> and then across the river in Vermilion County, Indiana.
>
> The point of all this is that one of Myra's notes (not easy to
decipher)
> seems to refer to one of her Sellers ancestors -- whose name seems to
be
> something like "Ganninger Sellers."
>
> I am curious as to the origin of your Ganninger.  Does your namesake
have
> any Sellers connection?
>
> Thank you for sharing your note with us Sellers researchers.  Hope to
here
> back from you at your convenience.
>
> Cheers.
>
> Rolland K. Hauser
> 1075 Tracy Lane
> Chico, California 95926-1446
> 530-891-4033
> rhauser@csuchico.edu
>
> I have a page, "ROLLIE'S PAGE," on Marie's Sellers web site.  You can
see my
> connections into the Sellers' on that page.



   From:
        Rolland K Hauser <rhauser@csuchico.edu>
     Marshall Co. Ia Query Forum
 

Surname: Moler, Sellers, Hauser, Groce
-------------------------

I have some information on George and Angeline. I descend from George's
brother, Edward, and Angeline's sister, Annie. Please respond to my e-mail
address, . Looking forward to hearing from you. Cheers. Rollie Hauser



        "Hauser, Rolland" <RHAUSER@csuchico.edu>

Marie:  Would you be kind enough to post this on my page and
also, perhaps, on the Brown County, Ohio, page?

I met a second cousin, once removed, yesterday for the first
time (via telephone).  He is Ralph Sellers Hoggatt, Col. USAF
(ret).  He descends from Jacob and Deborah (Dunn) Sellers via
Jacob's Marshall County, Iowa, line: George, b. 1821 in Brown
County, Ohio; Edward C., b. Iowa; and George Byron Sellers,
b. Marshall County, Iowa.

He listed the following possible ancestry for Jacob Sellers,
b. 1793 in Kentucky(?).  He stated that this Jacob's ancestral line
proceeds back through the Sellersville, Pennsylvania, connection
in Bucks County.  He also stated that as far as he knew this
possible ancestral line was not proven to be connected with
our Jacob.

Sorry so few indications of dates and places.

Jacob Sellers, b. 1793 in Kentucky, son of
Jeremiah Sellers, b. in Pennsylvania, son of
Capt. John Sellers, son of
John Sellers, son of
Philip Heinrich Sellers, the immigrant from the Palatinate, son of
Johannes "Hans" Adam Sellers, son of
Johannes "Hans" Paul Sellers, son of
Johannes "Hans" George Sellers (Mannheim area of Germany?)

What do you think?  Any feedback welcome and much
appreciated.

Cheers.  Rolland K. "Rollie" Hauser
rhauser@csuchico.edu



ROLLAND/ROLLIE - THANKS for staying in here and Yes, Will Send Any IDEAS to our SELLERS discussion group. And will Post to Your Page where you can post any beliefs/schartsor searches, etc,
Added a couple links to your Page = to counties/states
Hope It Helps = We Ask You Send us copies of Any SELLERS connection that contacts you?
And Your Page is linked from the Brown Co, OH page which shows documents, =http://www.netins.net/showcase/sellerfamily/ohbrown.htm

AND in BROWN CO, OH and counties/land made from
= I CAN'T find a JEREMIAH SELLERS  - CAN YOU?
and Jacob SELLERS was born where? KY?
Wouldn't his Parent be here?

WE have a JOHN SELLERS here -( Where JACOB SELLERS seems to be/married/kids born? We have some of JOHN SELLERS  Land and DID he go to IN? ca 1820 = I believe we have TRACED his family and ages of his kids=NEED A PAGE ON HIM also?

BUT, I SEE NO info in MARSHALL CO, IA and WHERE Your Family went = CAN YOU try and get us this info = CENSUS/MARRIAGES/LAND etc in MARSHALL CO, IA and where  your family went?
PLEASE, how can others find you = DOESN'T have to be OLD =
CAN YOU see How This Info Help Others Connect to us?
CAN YOU see How the Brown, Adam, Clermont Co, OH info SENT TO US BY members, Helps? prove these families?
PLEASE, send some of the documents /info from these counties on OUR SELLERS in IOWA

CHART of WHO Sent Info =  would appreciate the chart = Names, ages,places of the child that connects to Jacob SELLERS in Marshall Co, Ia = We will post to those counties and PERHAPS one of his kids has some file/info? - IT ALL HELPS

THANKS for sharing SELLERS, marie, iowa



MERCER CO, IL = ROLLIE'S LETTER



My great-grandmother was Annie (Moler) (Mrs. Edward C.) Sellers, b. just
south of Marshalltown, 1864; lived in Vienna Township north of Green
Mountain;
d. 1929 in Marshalltown.

I have read her obituary which states that she was active in the Marshall
County Historical Society. Does anyone have information about her
activities
with the historical society? What were her interests? Did she participate
actively? Did she contribute?

She was one of three Moler daughters of Henry and Marietta (Williams)
Moler,
Jr., of Marshalltown who married three Sellers sons of George and Martha
Jane (West) Sellers of Vienna Township.

Cheers. Rollie Hauser, 1075 Tracy Lane, Chico, California 95926-1446.



FLEMING FAMILY
Subject:
             JACOB SELLERS/BROWN CO,OH and HENRY CO,IN=Re: Your
             thoughts, please

ROLLAND, will send thru our SELLERS group for ideas, suggestions.

I see JACOB SELLERS and DEBORAH DUNN married in 1817 Brown Co,OH(angeline
born 1814)
But, on the 1830 BROWN CO, OH census they do have a female 15/20
=1810/1815.
1820 BROWN CO,OH = no kids, just JACOB and DEBORAH

 there is a JACOB SALLER on the 1840 HENRY CO, IN CENSUS, PAGE 73 PRAIRIE
TWN
And JOHN W. FLEMING, PAGE 72 PRAIRIE TWN
I DON'T THINK I saw Either of these people in 1830? 1850 JOHN AND
ANGELINE are in MERCER CO, IL , But NO SELLERS in Mercer,IL or Henry, IN

AND 1840 VERMILLON CO, IL = 1840 JACOB SELLERS (Need the age extractions
of census)

ANYONE, COMMENTS WELCOME.
ANYONE have FLEMING/SELLERS connections? marie, iowa
==========
 

"Hauser, Rolland" wrote:

> Marie:  I would love to learn what you or others on the
> Sellers list think about the following reference which I
> discovered on the net on Saturday.
>
> I'm hoping that it may help us learn more about my
> ggg-grandfather, Jacob Sellers, b. 1793 in KY(?); enlisted
> in the War of 1812 in Adams County, Ohio; m. Deborah
> Dunn, marriage recorded in Clermont County, Ohio; lived
> and paid taxes in Brown County, Ohio; family members
> removed to Vermilion County, Illinois, Keokuk County,
> Iowa, and Mercer County, Illinois; d. 1857 in New Boston
> Township, Mercer County, Illinois.
>
> I am concerned that the following citation might refer to one
> of the other Jacob Sellers who lived in Ohio in the early 1800s.
> I would love to rule out that possibility.
> - - - - - - - - - - -
> Brand, Franklin Marion, "The History & Genealogy of the
> William Fleming Family and Other Flemings of Delaware,"
> Matthews Ptg. & Lith. Co., Charleston, West Virginia, 1941,
> Chap. XLII, p. 594:
>
> "John William Fleming, son of Thomas Fleming
>
> John William Fleming was born on the 20th of April 1809.
> On the 13th of June, 1826, the County Court entered the
> following order with reference to him:
>
> 'John W. Fleming, infant son of Thomas Fleming, deceased,
> above the age of 14 years, this day came into court and made
> the choice of Josiah Wolcott as his guardian, who accepted of
> said office and entered into bond in the penalty of $200.00 with
> John Davis his security, conditioned as the law directs.'
>
> Later on the 24th of July 1826, this further order was entered:
>
> 'Ordered that John W. Fleming, an orphan boy, be bound into
> James Chadwick until he arrive to the age of twenty-one years
> to learn the art and mystery of a scythe and axe maker and that
> one of the overseers of the poor of this county perfect the
> indentures according to the law.'
>
> The law at that time put the duty of binding out apprentices on
> overseers of the poor.  This order should not be taken to mean
> that this boy was a charge of the county.  He evidently wanted to
> learn a trade and had to be bound as an apprentice in order to do
> that.
>
> John William Fleming evidently went West soon after he became
> of age.  In 1830 in Henry County, Indiana, he married Angeline
> Sellers, [b. 1814 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia -- from the
> IGI], daughter of Jacob Sellers and lived subsequently in New Boston,
> [Mercer County,] Illinois.  He died on the 26th of February 1854;
> his wife died on the 10th of November 1887.  Children:  1) Marshall;
> 2) Charles; 3) Sarah Jane; 4) Sylvester; 5) Frederick Ice; 6) George;
> and 7) Joseph Cook."
>
> This citation is of special interest and potential promise to me
> because the surname, "Fleming", shows up as a witness to several
> documents executed both in Mercer County, Illinois, and in Iowa
> in connection with my Sellers family's affairs.  Also, a brother of
> my great-grandfather's was named Charles Fleming Sellers.  No one
> today has an explanation for the prominence of the Fleming surname
> for our family.  The connection of this Fleming who married a Sellers
> (my Jacob Sellers did have a daughter of the right age who I show as
> Angelina Sellers) who then preceded Jacob and family to New Boston
> feels "good" -- but "right"?  Ah, that is the question.
>
> Thanks, all, for taking a look.  And please post to my page, Marie.
>
> Cheers.  Rollie Hauser


Finally, I have always found it peculiar that young Davis John Sellers,
Elizabeth L.'s brother, went to farm in Taylor County, Iowa (very close to
Fremont County, Iowa), for just a couple of years, but then returned to farm
in the neighborhood of his brother, George Sellers (my 2g-grandfather), in
Hardin and Marshall Counties, Iowa.  What led him to move that far for that
short a time?  Did his sister, Elizabeth, know of a "good (tenant farming ?
) deal" going at the time?


Marie:  Here are the two text files you requested built from Jane's JPEG
scans.  Some marriages are also listed, below.  Please feel free to add this
message to my page.  Thanks.

And Jane, could you provide the regular bibliographic citation for the two
biographies you scanned -- if you have that author, publisher, and date
information at hand?  Thanks a lot.

Also, I have found the following three interesting marriage citations on the
electronic Illinois Marriages Index:

David Daley married Elizabeth Rutledge on 19 April 1835 in Vermilion County,
Illinois.  (See Vol. A, p. 35, no Lic. #)

Peter L. Rutledge married Elizabeth Unknown on 16 March 1832 in Vermilion
County, Illinois.  (See Vol. A, p. 18, no Lic. #)

Peter S. Rutledge married Elizabeth Dunn on 16 March 1832 in Vermilion
County, Illinois.  (See Vol. A, p. 18, no Lic. #)

I have tried to interpret these marriages.  I am convinced that Jacob and
Deborah (Unknown ?) (Dunn) Sellers removed from Brown County, Ohio, to
Vermilion County, Illinois, in 1832.  (Brown County tax records & 1840
federal census for Vermilion County, Illinois.)

Does the peculiar double entry for Peter and Elizabeth's marriage, above,
indicate that Elizabeth's mother, Deborah was not born a Dunn but, instead
married a Dunn -- and was a young widow with two daughters, Angeline b. ca.
1813 and Elizabeth L. b. ca. 1816, when she married Jacob?  (There is a
surviving Brown County court record of the ravishment of an Angelina Dunn,
aged > 10, in 1825.  Also, some marriage records show Angelina Dunn m. a
Fleming, while others show Angeline Sellers m. the same Fleming -- same date
and place.)

David and Elizabeth (Sellers) Dailey named their third daughter "Deborah" --
after Elizabeth's mother (?).  (See 1850 federal census returns for Parke
County, Indiana.)

Finally, I have always found it peculiar that young Davis John Sellers,
Elizabeth L.'s brother, went to farm in Taylor County, Iowa (very close to
Fremont County, Iowa), for just a couple of years, but then returned to farm
in the neighborhood of his brother, George Sellers (my 2g-grandfather), in
Hardin and Marshall Counties, Iowa.  What led him to move that far for that
short a time?  Did his sister, Elizabeth, know of a "good (tenant farming ?
) deal" going at the time?

Jane -- if you haven't seen my Rollie's Page on Marie's web site, you might
want to check it out.

Hope to hear from you all again soon!

Cheers.  Rollie



ROLLIE, Thank you. SomeDay let me know How you saved this, etc.

ROLLIE and JANE - I have never found a marriage for ELIZABETH SELLERS and DAVID
DAILEY.
The David Dailey and Eliz Rutledge looks good for JOHN.  YES, girls did married
13 to 16 in those days.
There is a query on our IA page might be interesting to write for some info =
 "Richard E. Parr" <parr@safemail.com>
    :   GC-Marshall Co. Ia Query Forum
URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ia/Marshall/868
Subject:  Rutledge Frances & Jacob 1870
 

Surname: RUTLEDGE, SELLERS, SKINNER
-------------------------

I am interested in genealogical details about Jacob RUTLEDGE (b. 1805,
d. ?) and Fances SKINNER SELLERS RUTLEDGE (b. 1796, PA; d. ?). The two
were residing in Marshall County, IA and Taylor County, IA in and after
1870. Frances was likely born in Lower Turkeyfoot Township, Sommerset
County,
PA to John and Rebecca SKINNER. She was the grandaughter of Nathaniel and
Elizabeth SKINNER of NJ and Sommerset County, PA.

She and her first husband, GNU SELLERS and/or second husband Jacob may
have lived in Perry County, OH after 1817.

Link:  The Parr Home Page
 URL:  <http://www.theparrs.com
=========
NOW, I see he has a Page = Maybe I'll look at that or Advise.

DID ELIZABETH SELLERS DAILEY remarry ? I didn't find her in 1860?
AND the younger kids. I do NOT have 1860 KS, I don;'t think.
Would like a second opinion on her age.But, shes  listed  as 1825/1830 on JACOB
SELLERS CENSUS.
marie, iowa



COPY OF MARRIAGE LICENSES IN HIS FILE


JULY 28, 2003
Marie:  Just a short, single topic e-mail message this time.  More later.
 
Maureen and I, proud grandparents, announce the arrival at 3:04 p.m. PDT today, Sunday, 27 July 2003, of the newest addition to the extended family Hauser-Sellers:
 
Bridget Mary McCabe, born to James F. and Deborah (Hauser) McCabe, at Alta Bates Hospital, Berkeley, Alameda County, California, measuring in at 8 pounds, 14 ounces and 20 and one-half inches long.
 
A longer message when the dust settles.
 
Cheers.  Rollie
==
congratulations!, marie, iowa