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Wallace (Wally) M. Byam

The Biswell Family

Suzanne Fleming sent me several pictures. Suzanne Watson Fleming is the daughter of Marjorie Biswell Watson. Marjorie is the daughter of Roger Biswell Sr. The pictures are James Biswell, and Roger Biswell Sr. James Biswell was the sheep rancher, and father of Wally's Mother. Roger was Wally's uncle. Wally was quite close to the Biswell's. - Dale

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James Biswell 30 yrs old. Born 1849 Died 1913. Father of Carrie, Wallace, Will, Ella and Roger Sr.

Captain Roger Biswell Sr. (M.D.) Sone of James Biswell WW1

PDF memorial for Roger Biswell

Marjorie Biswell Watson

During the last year I have contacted several members of the Biswell family. Marjorie Biswell Watson was Wally's first cousin on his mother's side. Helen was his first cousin on his father's side. He held them both in high esteem, and had a cousin's love for both.

I have been talking with Suzanne Watson Fleming, Marjorie's daughter. Her relationship to Wally is the same as mine, first cousin once-removed. I have been sharing family items with her, and she has been filling in information about the Biswells. I have also been talking with David Biswell in North Carolina. Suzanne sent me a picture of her Mother, I was astonished at the sweetness, kindness and genuineness of the picture. I had one similar to the one of Marjorie of my Mother.

Here are the two pictures. This explains Wally's feelings towards these cousins, Marjorie and Helen. The two pictures speak to you and reach out to you. Two lovely, lovely ladies.

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