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A history of Sullivan County, Indiana, closing of the first century's history of the county, and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth (Volume 2)

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A history of Sullivan County, Indiana, closing of the first century's history of the county, and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth (Volume 2)

A history of Sullivan County, Indiana, closing of the first century's history of the county, and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth (Volume 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

A history of Sullivan County, Indiana, closing of the first century's history of the county, and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth (Volume 2)

A history of Sullivan County, Indiana, closing of the first century's history of the county, and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth (Volume 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Leduwick Ernest. The mother of Arthur E. De Baun, also a native of Fairbanks township, was born in 1845, and


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this part of the state. James P. De Baun was married twice, his second wife being Sarah Ann Lee, who


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and died February 10, 1899. Abraham De Baun, the grandfather, was born in Mercer county, Kentucky, November 27, 1813, and


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and Mary (Devine) De Baun. Samuel De Baun was a native of Virginia, born in 1776, and his father was


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Arthur Elmer De Baun, who was reared on his father's farm was permitted to attend the


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was elected on that ticket. Mr. De Baun is a member of the Christian church.


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13, 1840. a daughter of Samuel and Phvlinda (Shattuck) De Baun. The father was born on the 14th of January,


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turn was a son of Joseph De Baun, who was of French descent and was a stone mason throughout his


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Samuel De Baun is a son of Samuel, Sr., a native of Kentucky, and he


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Smock, Sr., and his wife, Anna De Baun, were born in Kentucky and there followed agricultural pursuits. Among their children


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children in the family of Samuel De Baun, but all are now deceased with the exception of the son Samuel.


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children born to Mr. and Mrs. De Baun, five are now living, namely :


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He is the son of Silas and Fannie (De Vere) Bittle, the former born in October, 1842, in Putnam county,


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18, 1845, ^ son of John and Charity (De Baun) Frakes. His father was born in Vigo county-, Indiana, February


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6, 1862, a son of Samuel and Angeline (Harris) De Raun. natives of Fairbanks township. The paternal grandparents were Abrani


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Samuel De Baun, the father, married and settled in Fairbanks township and remained until 1868.


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After his marriage Mr. De Baun took up his residence in Penn township, Parke county, upon unimproved land,


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the Democratic party. Mr. and Mrs. De Baun are the parents of the following children :


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He is the son of Simon and Angeline (Harris) De Baun, and was born January 6, 1865. The place of


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the common schools. The father, Simon De Br.un, was a native of Kentucky, while the mother was born in Fairbanks


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De Baun, Alva, 341.