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Marty Reeh--Maternal and Paternal Family information

Updated January 3, 2008

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This is my family tree, containing information about both maternal and paternal ancestors. Some information is missing due to lack of names and dates on both sides. The Tillotson family information was compiled mainly by my mother's cousin Vera Warmbrod, who was murdered in the year 2000.

I have been unable to obtain the name of my paternal great grandfather who was born in Germany. My father's father was born here, but his brothers were born in Germany. I hope to someday fill in that hole and obtain more information if I can. I remember my father taking about certain uncles and aunts and I hope I have the time some day to locate information about these missing persons.

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Family Photos
  • Aunt Emma Newson and Kate Pearson (212 KB)
    cannot find this person but is labeled as "Aunt Emma"; taken in Danville Illinois on Logan AVE. Portrait post card
  • Aunt Ida (333 KB)
    labeled only "Aunt Ida" but must be from Tillotson branch of family Dated 1912. Portrait post card
  • Nora Tillotson and cousin Anna Tillotson (238 KB)
    Nora is sister of my grandmother Emma Tillotson Hays and Anna Tilltoson is a cousin and wife of Johnnie Tillotson. An "Uncle Andy" is mentioned. This is a portrait post card
  • Tillotson Family Reunion 1934 (261 KB)
    Family pictures but no names written. My grandmother probably in picture but do not know if my mother is. Took place at Crystal Springs Park in Muncie Illinois in August of 1934
  • Uncle Olin Hays and Friend (460 KB)
    This is the cow it was my great-uncle Olin's job to milk. Living at time in Charleston, IL
  • Jerry Wallace Hays? (85 KB)
    Possibly my grandfather in a locomotive cab. He started running engines at the age of 15. He retired from the Nickleplate Railroad which was later acquired by New York Central
  • Wedding Picture of Ed Reeh and Ada Boerner (439 KB)
    Don't know the year they were married, maybe a church marriage in the local Lutheran Church
  • Work Crew of my Great Grandfather John W. Hays? (722 KB)
    He worked for the Nickleplate Railroad. He and his crew used to have to go out and clean snow off the tracks day or night
  • My dad (Norman Reeh) in uniform (589 KB)
    I don't know if this was taken when he joined the Texas National Guard or when he joined the Army Air Corp in 1943
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