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Duncans in DeKalb Co. IN

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Duncan research files of
Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised May 24, 2012

DeKALB CO. IN
Formed 1835 from Allen, Lagrange
 

CENSUS RECORDS

1840-1850 DeKalb Co. IN Census
      No Duncan indexed

1860 DeKalb Co. IN Census (and info from Roxann Shafer)
Smithfield
Pg.49, #357-354, George H. DUNCAN 32 PA farmer $1500-$500
                  Mary C. 30 OH
                  Mina May (f) 2 IN
                  Joseph SACHAMYRE 16 OH farm hand
Pg.59, #430-428, George J. DUNCAN 56 PA farmer $2500-$800
                  Mary 55 PA
                  Mary 28, Margaret 26 PA
                  Andrew B. 24 OH (blank) $0-$500
                  John 22 OH farm hand $0-$100
                  James R. 21 OH house carpenter
                  William 19 OH farm hand
                  Benjamin L. 17 OH house carpenter
                  Robert T. 10 OH
                  Amanda INGERSOLL 12 IN
                  (MAD: 1850 Holmes Co. OH census)
Jackson
Pg.286, #225-228, William ESSY 34 OH farmer $3000-$750
                  Elizabeth 31 OH
                  Margaret A. DUNCAN 12 OH
                  Ada J?. ESSY 8, John 6, Mary 2 IN
                  (MAD: Elizabeth Duncan mar. William Essig 10/23/1851)
Pg.298, #313-316, Elizabeth DUNCAN? 80 MD (blank) $2000-$150
                  Miranda SPENCER? 21 NY
 

1870 DeKalb Co. IN Census
Jackson Twp.
Pg.322, #118-118, ESSEY, William 48 OH farmer $10,000-$1575
                  Elizabeth 32? (42?) (written over) OH keeping house
                  John 16, Adda (f) 13 IN
                  Mary 11, George 9, Clara 7 IN
                  William 5, Elizabeth 5 IN
                  DUNCAN, Margaret 22 OH
                  (MAD: ages as given)
Smithfield Twp. (fading ink)
Pg.373, #97-98, DUNCAN, George H. 42 PA farmer $6000-$1350
                  Jane 31 OH keeping house
                  Amine? (Anione? Arnine?) (f) 13 IN at school
                  BUSHONG, Emanuel 19 OH laborer
Pg.375, #122-123, DUNCAN, Mary B. 66 PA keeping house $4000-$620, parents of foreign birth
                  Margaret 25 PA domestic
                  Theodore 20 OH farmer
                  Benjamin L. 24 OH carpenter $0-$100
                  Louisa 26 IN keeping house
                  Corban Etta (f) 11 IN at school
                  (MAD: Corban could be last name, but not indicated as such)
Pg.379, #183-185, DUNCAN, John 34 OH farmer $2000-$570
                  Orvilla (f) 24 IN keeping house
                  James M. 4 IN
Union Twp., Subdivision 49, Waterloo
Pg.432, #140-140, DUNCAN, Andrew 34 OH carpenter & joiner $0-$0
                  Elmina 32 OH keeping house $1200-$0
                  BAYOR, Irena (f) 17 IN
Pg.434, #176-176, DUNCAN, James 31 OH carpenter & joiner $1200-$300
                  Catherine 27 IN keeping house
                  Margaret E. 8, George J. 4 IN
                  Luella (f) 2/12 IN b.May
 

LAND RECORDS

DeKalb Co. IN Deed Indexes (copied by CVD)
   Includes kind of deed, date of deed, consideration, description of lots or land, date recorded
   Index - grantors, A-Z 1836-1860 and Index - grantors, A-Z 1860-1867 (FHL film 1,862,820)
      A-64: Duncan, R.B. to Kneeland Abbott, W.D., Nov. 8, 1836, SW 1/4 Sec.32 Twp.34 R.13, Jan. 31, 1838
      G-626: Duncan, G.W. to Alonzo Lockwood, W.D., Nov. 10, 1853, N 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.33 R.13, Nov. 14, 1853
      K-40: Duncan, Cyrus to M.B. Duncan, W.D., Mar. 9, 1857, S 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.10, Twp.35, R.13, Apl. 17, 1857
      K-104: Duncan, Geo. H. to David Martin, W.D., July 10, 1857, SW (1/4) NW 1/4 Sec.23 Twp.35 R.13, July 31, 1857
      M-404: Duncan, Andrew B. to J.A. Vance, W.D., Sept. 17, 1861, $125, Part of lot 46 F & Co. Plat of Waterloo, Oct. 26, 1861
      M-523: Duncan, G.H. & A.B. to F.W. Krueger, W.D., Sept. 14, 1861, $125, Part of lot 46 O.P. Waterloo, Jan. 27, 1862
      M-610: Duncan, Andrew B. to Jas. I. Walker, W.D., Feb. 26, 1862, $79, Part of lot 46 F & Co. O.P. Waterloo, March 11, 1862
      N-36: Duncan, G.H. & A.B. to Chas. Shimp, W.D., June 7, 1861, $91, Part of lot 46 F & Co. Add Waterloo, May 15, 1862
      N-478-9: Duncan, G.H. & A.B. to Solomon Slough, W.D., Sept. 7, 1861, $200, 22 ft. off N side Lot 46 O.P. Waterloo, March 4, 1863
      O-370: Duncan, Geo. H. to A.C. Duncan, Q.C.D., Sept. 14, 1861, $25, Lot 46 O.P. Waterloo, Dec. 8, 1863
      P-216 & 217: Duncan, A.B. to Jos. L. Haines, W.D., Apr. 5, 1864, $500, SE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.22 Twp.35 R.13, May 5, 1864
      P-296: Duncan, John to John Bower, W.D., May 24, 1864, $1000, SE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec.2 Twp.35 R.13, June 3, 1864
      Q-258: Duncan, Geo. H. to M. Stellaberger, W.D., Jan. 28, 1864, $1100, SE 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec.17 Twp.35 R.13, Mar. 15, 1865
      Q-433: Duncan, A.B. to N.J. Crays, W.D., May 31, 1864, $1500, SE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.22 Twp.35 R.13, June 22, 1865
      Q-472: Duncan, Geo. H. to John Motter, W.D., July 29, 1865, $3200, 50 acres in SW 1/4 Sec.16 Twp.35 R.13, July 31, 1865
      Q-474: Duncan, Geo. H. to John Motter, W.D., July 29, 1865, $3200, 30 acres off E 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec.21 Twp.35 R.13, July 31, 1865
      R-122: Duncan, Geo. H. to H. Hood, W.D., Nov. 27, 1865, $275, Int. in NE 1/4 Sec.21 Twp.35 R.13, Jan. 25, 1866
      R-150: Duncan, Jas. R. to John Coonrod, W.D., Feb. 9, 1866, $500, 20 acres off W and N 1/2 of SE 1/4, Sec.9 Tw.35 R.13, Feb. 9, 1866
   Index - grantees, A-S 1836-1860 (FHL film 1,870,524 item 4)
      G-365 & 366: Duncan, Cyrus from N.S. Adams, W.D., May 26, 1853, S 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.10 Twp.35 R.13, May 28, 1853
      G-619: Duncan, Geo. W. from L.D. Wiseman, W.D., Nov. 1, 1851, N 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.33 R.13, Nov. 10, 1853
      J-487: Duncan, Geo. H. from Joshua Scoby, W.D., Oct. 20, 1856, SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.23 Twp.35 R.13, Nov. 7, 1856
      K-40: Duncan, Mary B. from Cyrus Duncan, W.D., Mar. 9, 1857, S 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.10 Twp.35 R.13, Apr. 17, 1857
      K-136: Duncan, Geo. H. from Jacob Marks, W.D., Sept. 14, 1857, 60 acres off side of SW 1/4 Sec.16 Twp.35 R.13, Sept. 14, 1857
   Grantee Index, 1860-1867 (FHL film 1,862,822 item 2)
      M-545: Duncan, Andrew B. from D.A. Shoemaker, W.D., Oct. 14, 1861, $700, SE of SW 1/4 22-35-13, recorded Feb. 5, 1862, M-545
      O-32: Duncan, John from James Downing, W.D., Sep. 13, 1862, $340, SE 1/4 SE qr 2-35-13, 40 acres, May 20, 1863, O-32
      O-370: Duncan, G.H. & A.B. from F.C. Francis, W.D., Apr. 20, 1861, $450, Lot 46 O.P. Waterloo, Dec. 8, 1863, O-370
      O-370/71: Duncan, A.C. from Geo. H. Duncan, Q.C.D., Sept. 14, 1861, $25, lot 46 O.P. Waterloo, Dec. 8, 1863, O-370 & 71
      O-430/431: Duncan, Geo. H. from Hez. Pugh, W.D., Apr. 7, 1863, $850, SES of NE 1/4, 17-35-13, Jan. 8, 1864, O-430 & 431
      O-538: Duncan, Jas. R. from Jas. I. Best Com, Com.D., Jan. 20, 1864, $1205, N 1/2 of SE 1/4 9-35-13, Feb. 4, 1864, O-538
      P-154: Duncan, G.H. from Geo. Ickes, W.D., Dec. 21, 1863, $1000, E 1/2 of SE 1/4 17-35-13, Apr. 11, 1864, P-154
      P-217: Duncan, Elmina from Jos. L. Haines, W.D., Apr. 5, 1864, $500, SE of SW 1/4 22-35-13, May 5, 1864, P-217
      Q-352: Duncan, Geo. H. from John Shull, W.D., Apr. 24, 1865, $3000, part of SW 1/4 16-35-13, 50 acres, & part of E 1/2 of NE 1/4 21-35-13, 30 acres, May 1, 1865, Q-352
      R-121: Duncan, Geo. H. from Saml. Hood, W.D., Nov. 27, 1865, $235, int in NE 1/4, 21-35-13, Jan. 24, 1866, R-121
      R-473: ?Duncan, J.R. from Ryan, Clutler, W.D., July 21, 1866, $400, lot 20 H.A. Waterloo, Aug. 31, 1866, R-473
 

DeKalb Co. IN Deeds
      G-365/366: 26 May 1853, Nicholas S. Adams and Adaline E. his wife of Gerard, Branch County, Michigan, to Cyrus Duncan of DeKalb County, Indiana, for $500 paid, sell parcel of land in DeKalb Co. IN being S 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.10 Twp.35N Range 13E in District of lands subject to sale at Fort Wayne, IN, containing 80 acres according to the official plat of the survey, together with all hereditiments and appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Nicholas S. Adams, Adaline E. Adams. Wit. Daniel Cornell, Amos Morey. Nicholas S. Adams and Adaline E. Adams appeared 26 May 1853 before Daniel Cornell, Justice of Peace, Branch County, Michigan; certification by Thomas P. Wright, Clerk of said Branch Co., re Daniel Cornell Esqr., 27 May 1853. Recorded May 28, 1853. (FHL film 1,862,826)
      G-619/620: 1 Nov. 1851, Lorenzo D. Wiseman and Agness Wiseman his wife of Hancock Co. OH for $240 paid by George W. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN, sell to said George W. Duncan real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, N 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.33N Range 13E, 80 acres more or less, together with privileges and appurtenances belonging, warrant title. /s/ Lorenzo D. Wiseman, Agness Wiseman. Wit. ?. S. Wiseman, John Haffeaty?. Lorenzo D. Wiseman and Agness Wiseman appeared before John Lafferty, Justice of the Peace, Hancock Co. OH, 1 Nov. 1851; certification by A.P. Byal, Clerk, by D.Monefford, Depty, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, Hancock Co. OH, 8 Nov. 1851. Recorded Nov. 10, 1853. (FHL film 1,862,826)
      G-626: 10 Nov. 1853, George W. Duncan in consideration of $500 paid by Alonzo Lockwood, sell to said Alonzo Lockwood real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, N 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.33N Range 13E, 80 acres more or less, together with appurtenances ..., warrant title. /s/ George W. Duncan, Alcina Duncan. George W. Duncan and Alzina Dunken appeared before James Bronkerhoff 10 Nov. 1853. Recorded Nov. 14, 1853. (FHL film 1,862,826)
      J-487: 30 Oct. 1856, Joshua Scoby and Mary his wife for $600 paid by G.H. Duncan, sell to said G.H. Duncan real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.23 Twp.35 Range 13E containing 40 acres more or less, together with appurtenances, warrant title except a mortgage of $100 of DeKalb Co. school fund given August 3, 1853. /s/ Joshua Scoby, Mary (X) Scoby. They appeared before R.G. Daniels, Justice of the Peace of DeKalb Co. IN, 30 Oct. 1856. Recorded Nov.7, 1856. (FHL film 1,862,827)
      K-40: 9 March 1857, Cyrus Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN convey and warrant to Mary B. Duncan Seignior of DeKalb Co. IN, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, S 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.10 Twp. 35N Range 13E containing 80 acres more or less in consideration of the sum of $600 paid. /s/ 9 March 1857, Cyrus Duncan. Cyrus Duncan appeared before J.A. Rutan, J.P., 9 March 1857. Recorded April 17, 1857. (FHL film 1,862,827)
      K-104: 10 July 1857, G.H. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN warrant to David Martin of DeKalb Co. IN real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.23 Twp. 35 Range 13E containing 40 acres more or less except a mortgage on said land of $100 given to the State of IN on 3 August 1853 for school funds the payment of which said mortgage and the interest which may arrise? thereon the above named grantee is to pay, for the sum of $750 paid. /s/ 10 July 1857, G.H. Duncan. George H. Duncan appeared before S.W. Sprott, Clerk, 10 July 1857. Recorded July 31, 1857. (FHL film 1,862,827)
      K-136/137: 14 Sept. 1857, Jacob Marks and Ann Marks his wife of DeKalb Co. IN convey and warrant to George H. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, 60 acres off the west side of SW 1/4 Sec.16, Twp.35N, Range 13E, the above land is encumbered by a mortgage to the State of IN for $90 dated Jan. 11, 1856, which said George H. Duncan agrees to pay, for $800 paid. /s/ Jacob Marks, Julia Ann (X) Marks, 14 Sept. 1857. Wit. W. Griswold. They appeared before W. Griswold, recorder, 14 Sept. 1857. Recorded Sept. 14, 1857. (FHL film 1,862,827)
      M-404/405: 17 Sept. 1861, Andrew B. Duncan and Elmina Duncan his wife convey and warrant to Joshua A. Vance real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, commencing 44 feet south of the NW corner of Lot No.46 in Frothingham & Co. Platt of the village of Waterloo at the south line of a portion of said lot heretofore sold to T.W. Krueger, running then south to the SW corner of said lot, then east 80 feet, then north 22 feet, then west 80 feet to the beginning, for $125. /s/ Andrew B. Duncan, Elmina Duncan. They appeared before B.B. Long, Justice of the Peace, 17 Sept. 1861. Recorded Oct. 26, 1861. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      M-523: 14 Sept. 1861, George H. Duncan and Mary C. Duncan, Andrew B. Duncan and Elmina Duncan convey and warrant to F.W. Krueger? of DeKalb Co. IN, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, commencing 22 feet from NW corner of Lot No.46 in Frothingham & Co. plat of the Town of Waterloo at the south line of a portion of said lot heretofore sold to Solomon Stough, extending from thence south on west line of said lot 22 feet from thence east 80 feet, then north 22 feet, then west 80 feet to the beginning, being a strip of land 22 feet wide by 80 feet long east and west taken off lot number 46 in the above named grantee's plat, for $125 paid. /s/ George H. Duncan, Mary C. Duncan, Andrew B. Duncan, Elmina Duncan. They appeared before Jenson P. Beers, Notary Public, 14 Sept. 1861. Recorded Jan. 27, 1862. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      M-545: 14 Oct. 1861, David A. Shoemaker and Mary E. Shoemaker of DeKalb Co. IN convey and warrant to Andrew B. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN for $700 paid, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, SE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.22 Twp.35N Range 13E containing 40 acres more or less. /s/ 14 Oct. 1861, David A. Shoemaker, Mary E. Shoemaker. They appeared before Jenson P. Beers, Notary Public, the date above written. Recorded Feb. 5, 1862. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      M-610/611: 26 Feb. 1862, Andrew B. Duncan and Elmina Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN for $79 paid, sell to James J. Walker of DeKalb Co. IN, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, commencing at a point 80 feet due east from the NW corner of Lot No.46 in Frothingham & Co's original plat of the town of Waterloo, then east 26 feet, then south 66 feet, then west 26 feet, then north 66 feet to place of beginning, being all that part of lot number 46 in the above named company's plat not heretofore deeded by the grantors to other persons, together with ... appurtenances ... warrant title. /s/ 26 Feb. 1862, A.B. Duncan, Elmina Duncan. They appeared before Jenson P. Beers, Notary Public, 26 Feb. 1862. Recorded Mar. 11, 1862. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      N-36: 7 June 1861, G.H. Duncan and Mary C. Duncan wife of G.H. Duncan and A.B. Duncan and Elmina Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN convey and warrant to Charles Shimp? of DeKalb Co. IN for $91, real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, 26 feet in width off the east end of lot No.46 in Frothingham & Co. addition to Town of Waterloo as the same is laid out and recorded on the county records. /s/ 7 June 1861, G.H. Duncan, Mary C. Duncan, A.B. Duncan, Elmina Duncan. They appeared before J.P. Beers, Notary Public, 7 June 1861. Recorded May 15, 1862. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      N-478/479: 7 Sept. 1861, G.H. Duncan, Mary Duncan, A.B. Duncan & Elmina Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN warrant to Solomon Stough of DeKalb Co. IN real estate in DeKalb Co. IN, 22 feet off the north side of Lot No.46 in Frothingham & Co. addition to the Town of Waterloo, commencing at NW corner of Lot No.46, then south 22 feet, then east 80 feet, then north 22 feet, then west 80 feet to place of beginning, for sum of $200 paid. /s/ G.H. Duncan, Mary C. Duncan, Andrew B. Duncan, Elmina Duncan. George H. Duncan and Mary C. Duncan appeared before J.A. Rutan, Justice of the Peace of DeKalb Co. IN, 12 Sept. 1861. Andrew B. Duncan and Elmina Duncan appeared before Jenson P. Beers, Notary Public, 14 Sept. 1861. Recorded Mar. 11, 1862. (FHL film 1,862,828)
      Quit copying deeds.
 

REFERENCES FROM OTHER LOCALITIES

Steuben Co. IN Deeds
      11-235: By this deed, I Cyrus N. Leyder of DeKalb Co. IN quit claim to George H. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN for $200, real estate in Steuben Co. IN, SW 1/4 Sec.21 Twp.37N Range 14E containing 160 acres more or less, 4 May 1855. /s/ Cyrus N. Leyder. He appeared 24 May 1855 before Petre McKinlay, Recorder. Recorded May 4, 1855. (FHL film 1,872,094)
      11-336: 16 Aug. 1855, George H. Duncan of DeKalb Co. IN for $100 paid, sell to Justin Darling of Steuben Co. IN, real estate in Steuben Co. IN, SW 1/4 Sec.21 Twp.37N Range 14E containing 160 acres more or less, subject to a mortgage given to Silas Richards by said Duncan & C.N. Leyder to secure the payment of the purchase money remaining unpaid, together with appurtenances, warrants title. /s/ George H. Duncan. 10 Aug. 1855, George H. Duncan appeared before George W. McConnell, Notary Public of Steuben Co. IN. Recorded Aug. 19, 1855. (FHL film 1,872,094)
 

HISTORIES before 1923

1885 "History of De Kalb County, Indiana : together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of representative citizens, also a condensed history of Indiana, embodying accounts of prehistoric races, aborigines, Winnbago and Black Hawk Wars, and a brief review of its civil and political history" pub. by Inter-State Publishing (SUTRO MICROFILM 277 reel 34 book 127, CA State Library, Sutro Branch; and FHL film 934,901 item 2)
      Pg.766-7, Smithfield Township: George H. Duncan, prominent farmer of DeKalb Co., settled on Sec. 16, Smithfield Twp, in 1858; born in Washington Co. PA in 1827; his parents moved to Ashland Co. OH about 1838 and there he grew to manhood and was educated. In the fall of 1849 he began teaching school in Holmes Co. OH, ... 26 terms, his schools being in OH, MI and IN. His first school in DeKalb Co. was in the Bell Dist. in the winter of 1853-4. ... Since 1862 he has devoted his attention exclusively to farming. He was mar. first to Mary Chapman, a native of Ashland Co. OH, who died in 1862, leaving one dau., Mina, now the wife of Wm. F. Till. In 1863 he mar. Jane Chapman, a sister of his first wife; they have three children: Clementina, Benjamin F. and George B. Mr. Duncan served six years, 1874-80, as Commissioner of DeKalb Co. His father, George J. Duncan, was born in Washington Co. PA, Jan. 21, 1803, and mar. in March 1825 to Mary Baxter, also a native of Washington Co.; he moved to Ashland Co. OH in 1836 when that country was new, and in 1853 moved to DeKalb Co. IN and settled on Sec. 10, Smithfield Twp, where he died Jan. 8, 1870; his wife died Dec. 10, 1877; they had a family of eight sons and four daus, all of whom lived till maturity; seven sons and two daus. are still living, all save one son in DeKalb Co.; William B. resides in Kansas. (MAD: see 1850 Holmes Co. OH census)
      Pg.767, Smithfield Township: Robert T. Duncan, son of George J. Duncan, born in Holmes Co. OH in 1848; came with his parents to DeKalb Co. and remained with them till their death. Since his father's death in 1870 he has lived on the old homestead, a sister, Margaret Duncan, also making her home with him. He has been twice married. His first wife, Florence Wilson, came to DeKalb Co. from OH with her mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Wilson, her father having died in OH; Mrs. Duncan died Jan. 4, 1878, leaving one son, Andrew W. Mr. Duncan subsequently mar. Sarah Ann Freed, dau. of Peter Freed, of Smithfield Twp.
 

1880 "Atlas of DeKalb County, Indiana" by Mary Ellen Bowman, pub. by J.H. Beers Co. (FHL book Q977.277 E3b; IN State Library book 912.772 D3281974, from C.T. Duncan 12/2007)
      Pg.50: Union Township. Brand & Duncan, P.O. Waterloo, grocers "(organized in 1876)"
            Duncan, Wm. B., P.O. Waterloo, Miller, nativity Holmes Co. Ohio, date of settlement: 1853.
            Duncan, B.L., P.O. Waterloo, Miller, nativity Holmes Co. Ohio, date of settlement: 1853.
      Pg.51: Smithfield Township. Duncan, G.H., P.O. Waterloo, Sec.16, Farmer, nativity Pennsylvania, date of settlement 1853.
 

OTHER SOURCES

"Hardingers of Bedford Co. PA" by Alice Young Duncan, 1980 (from Alice Young Duncan 5/1982 with permission to share)
      Pg.11: George H. Duncan married 21 July 1857 in Ashland Co. OH, Mary Chapman, b. 1830, d. 1864 in DeKalb Co. IN. They had a dau. Mina, b. 1861. They lost three sons in infancy, Mary died during childbirth. (Mary Chapman dau. of Lemuel Chapman and (2) Ruth Hardinger; Ruth dau. of Conrad and Mary Hardinger.)
 

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