Re: Also Badgerow/Bergereau, Us&Canada
You are very welcome, us researchers have to help each other when we can.I too am researching the Badgero family.Elizabeth Badgero b. 1836 is my husband's great grandmother. She married Roland Shrigley. Her parents were Charles Badgero/Badger/Badgerow b. about 1808 in New Yorkand Rebecca/Hannah Norton b. 1805 in Pennsylvania.They left the US and resided in York and Ospry Counties in Ontario, Canada.Some of their children eventually immigrated back to the United States and settled in Michigan.I have been trying to find out whom Charles' parents are and cannot locate anything on him.Just wondering if you may have run across any information on Charles and Rebecca/Hannah in your quest.I think Charles may be a descendant of Justin and he could be a descendant of Henri, Lafayette, John, or Martin.We sort of think it's John but haven't found any evidence of it.I just can't seem to locate anything about him or his ancestors.I am beginning to believe that he too went under a different name other than his given name.Do you know if there is a book about the Badgero family?
I also ran across a census in Missouri for a Margret who says she was born in Missouri and resides with her children.She says she is a widow which does not seem to coincide with the marriage record you found for Isaac in 1885. This may not be a connection for you but I thought you would like to see it. ( Note the spelling of Margret's surname is transcribed differently than her children. )There are so many variables to the spelling that make it difficult to locate historic records.
Margret J. BRADGEROWBee Branch, Chariton, MO <1843> MissouriSelf
David S. BADGEROWBee Branch, Chariton, MO <1869> MissouriSon
Emma M. BADGEROWBee Branch, Chariton, MO <1878> MissouriDaughter
Jasper G. BADGEROWBee Branch, Chariton, MO <1867> MissouriSon
Mary J. BADGEROWBee Branch, Chariton, MO <1872> MissouriDaughter
Hoping to hear from you, maybe we have something to share.
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