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Jeremy Kidd

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Jeremy J. Kidd
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I born and raised in Wisconsin and living my adult life in Minnesota with my wife, Carly, and our 3 children. 1 of my great-grandparents was an immigrant from the Netherlands, 4 were only first- or second-generation Americans (all of German descent), and the other 3 have roots reaching all the way back the the earliest American settlers.

Harold Kidd of Bloom, Wisconsin (1905-1986)

Hazel Schoonover of Richland Center, Wisconsin (1901-1981)

Dirk Loots of Enkhuizen, Netherlands (1888-1943)

Hattie Iwer of Oshkosh, Wisconsin (1896-1991)

Walter Buswell of Plymouth, Wisconsin (1897-1981)

Thekla Mueller of Kiel, Wisconsin (1901-1988)

Arthur Thielke of Louis Corners, Wisconsin (1894-1942)

Meta Winkel of Schleswig, Wisconsin (1898-1982)

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