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Yes, Chaddie is the name I was trying to think of.
I have a lot on the Ketchums that I can share with you. Jesse I (or was it II?) was quite the philanthropist. There's a lot of interesting info on him. I also have some on James and Janet Morrison Scott. Their names are on Termutha's Illinois death information. She died in the Chicago area, where she was living with one of her sons. Maybe in about 1926. I'm winging it - I have all that info in my Ancestry.com files.
The only person I'm aware of that's still alive from my dad's, your dad's, and Marjorie's generation is Marjorie's youngest brother, Oliver. He was born quite a bit later than Marjorie, lives in Ontario, and has some kids in the Vancouver, BC area.
Wow! Termutha is my great grandmother also! My grandmother was Mary Gladys Ketchum (stage name Daryl Ainsworth) who married Samuel Robert Taylor. My dad's name was Samuel Larrison Taylor and he was raised by Termutha after Mary Gladys (stage name Daryl Ainsworth) died. But, they called him Larry, not Samuel. Dad passed away in 2008, at 100 years old, and his cousin, Marjorie Ketchum Haskell (Nina's brother Jesse's daughter) just passed away in 2010 at about 90.
So, if I'm correct, Nina married William (Billy) Bremner, which would be your great grandfather, right?
Have you researched the Ketchums and the Scotts very much? My dad did a lot on it, but I can't find some of his research. I have the Ketchums back quite a ways, but I haven't been able to track the Scotts back any further than Termutha's parents, James Scott and Janet Morrison Scott.
Hi. Just wondering where your line links in with the Ketchums and Scotts. I also note that you have Bremner listed. Do you have a conneciton with Billy Bremner or his sister? (I can't remember her name - it was a little unusual - or perhaps her nickname?)
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