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Leffler research file

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of ms. and printed materials collection (photocopy, [3] leaves) in possession of Oscar Curtis, Bloomington, Indiana.

Contains a mention of Isaac Leffler in records at the Wisconsin Historical Society; copy of a mortgage from Nancy Bell Lindley and her husband, Zacharie T. Lindley, to Peter E. Baker, for land in Martin County, Indiana; and a biographical sketch of Isaac E. Leffler from an unidentified book about Harrison County, Indiana.

Isaac E. Leffler was born in Posey Township, Harrison County, Indiana, in 1846, the son of Peter and Ellen Cooper Leffler. He enlisted in the Indiana Volunteer Infantry in 1863 and served in the Civil War. He married Mary A. Shaner, daughter of Jacob and Mary Shanter in 1867. They had seven children, 1868-1884.

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