1750 to 1850
USA [email protected]
Trying to find any information on my gg-grandparent's. All I have is their name's & the name's of their children. No birth,marriage, or death date's. Would like to know anything about them. Would also like to know who their parent's were.
Thank You Trudi Florian
Pencader Hundred: Vol.4 p.3 DE Archives
Francis, Mary H.,
DE Archives: Vol.8 p.129
DE Archives: Vol.8 p.163
DE Archives: Vol.13 p.78
Old Swedes Church, minister Erick Unander
White Clay Creek Hundred: Joanna was the widow of Richard Sauce.
Higman, Mary Jane,
DE Archives: Vol.87 p.255.3
Vandegrift, Elizabeth Rebecca,
DE Archives: Vol.11 p.129; Vol.87 p.132
DE Archives; Vol.6 p.53
Mercer, Mary Jane,
DE Archives: Vol.11 p. 172
McElroy, John L,
February 15, 1883
St. Louis County,
USA [email protected]
I have a copy of the application for license to marry and also a copy of the marriage license. License was signed by R. S. Hill pastor of (can't read the first word)______ M. E. Church, Webster Groves, Missouri. Records found in the St. Louis County marriage card records Book 1, Page 178.
John L. McElroy was born 1860 in Franklin County, Missouri Mary Watts was born 1866 in St. Louis County, Missouri
John L. McElroy's parents were James McElroy born April 1819 in Kentucky and Susan F. ? born January 1845. Susan's mother Polly clark was listed on the Missouri 1880 census report as living with them. Have not verified that Susan's maiden name was Clark.
07 Apr 1844
Coleman son of James Deatherage & Nancy Frances Lankford. He married (2) Louisa (GROVES) AMOS, abt 1858; married (3) Maria Jane DOUGHERTY.
Maria Jane DOUGHERTY,
17 Jul 1863
Coleman son of James & Nancy Frances Lankford Deatherage. Married first to Margaret Johnson, second to Louisa Groves Amos. Coleman & Maria divorced May 1878 Madison Co.,IL. Maria remarried James Henry Perry.
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