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My Koser Family Heritage Updated February 27, 2002
About Our Family Research
When I first started this project it was as a term paper for an English Professor at college. Once I got into it, I became hooked. The information that I had at that time was very little, but intriguing and mysterious, and I love mysteries. But later, as I graduated and went on with my life, marriage, the birth of a new child, a new job, etc. I began to drift and finally I stopped altogether. Then one day, as I was cleaning out my closet, it stared me in the face. My paper that I had done in english class along with all of the information that I had. I read it all over again and realized that I had to finish my work or at least try. It has been a couple of months now, and I feel great. I have come up with so much, even with help from far away.... Most of the info. I have found has been due to the internet there is so much out there....
The McFarlin Sisters (12 KB) Annie McFarlin Edmunds, Elizabeth Lillian (Lizzie)McFarlin Northcote, Blanche McFarlin Kingsley. They were daughters of John Anderson McFarlin and Lavina Wick Kimmel. He was a farmer and postmaster in Mercer County, Pennsylvania.
William Brown Koser (76 KB) William B. Koser was my great-great grandfather. He is the son of William Hames Koser and Emma C. Stutter. William b. was married to Minnie Minerva Smucker. They had a son named Melvin who in turn had my father Robert L. Koser.