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Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll

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Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll

Fonte : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll

Fonte : Internet Archive

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was united in marriage with Isabella De Armond, daughter of David and Isabella Armond, formerly of said county, now deceased,


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1812. One of the descendants, Jesse De Long, was born in Short Creek Township, Harrison Co., Ohio, about the year


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turning black. To Jesse and Nancy De Long were born twelve children, of whom Espy De Long, our subject, is


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Lou. On September 30, 1890, George C. De Long was united in marriage wtth Miss Clara C. Brown, who was


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of Maryland. In April, 1862, Mr. De Long enlisted in Company E, One Hundred and Sixty first O. V. I.,


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17, 1810, a daughter of Jonathan and Sabina (Horn) De Long, natives of Pennsylvania, and of German descent. To Mr.


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17, 1852, a daughter of Robert and Rachel (De Long) Watt. Robert Watt is a son of Thomas and Jane


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In 1840 he married Rachel De Long, who was born July 17, 1810, a daughter of Jonathan and Sabina


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this marriage was four children: Clelia De-France (Mrs. James C. Carver), in Cambridge, and R. ML, B. H. and Ottis


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was four children: Clelia De-France (Mrs. James C. Carver), in Cambridge, and R. ML, B. H. and Ottis K., in


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our subject, Margaret, wife of Jacob De Vault, a farmer living in Davis County, Iowa, Elizabeth, deceased wife of John


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Co., Penn., April 28, 1807. Jean De Ford and his wife, Marie, nee Marchand, were Huguenots, or French Protestants, and


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William De Ford, whose name appears at the head of this sketch, was reared to


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died in 183S. In 1811 Mr. De Ford came to Ohio, and entered 160 acres of land in what is


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John De Ford, grandfather of William, was an officer in the Revolutionary War, and was


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raising troops throughout Carroll County. Mr. De Ford is a member of the Protestant Methodist Church.


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County. On September 10, 1875, Mrs. De-Ford was called from earth.


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the place. The mother of Mrs. De Ford was Caroline Thompson, daughter of John Thompson, a memoir of whom follows


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On December 3, 1888, Mr. De Ford was united in marriage with Miss Eva Rue, daughter of Joseph Rue


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1882, he married Miss Frances De Ford, who is of French descent. She was born June 22,