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Stinchcombe family Bible records, 1782-1884. : Duer family Bible records, 1809-1845

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original ms. records from two Bibles and ms. letters, (photocopy, [15] leaves) donated by Gary C. Marks, Phoenix, Arizona.

John Owings Stichcombe (1782-1873) married Sarah Gosnell in 1807. They had eleven children, 1807-1829. Their son, Joshua Stinchcombe (b. 1826), married Margaret Wonn in 1851. They had a daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, born in 1853. She married Aaron L. Palmer in 1877. They had three children, 1878-1884.

William Duer (b. 1809) and Margaret [Stinchcombe, daughter of John Owings and Sarah Gosnell Stinchcombe] were married in 1833. They had five children, 1838-1845.

Includes three letters, 1967, from Mrs. Myrtle Hinshaw, Smith Center, Kansas, to Gary Marks, Urbana, Illinois. Myrtle Duer was born in Iowa in 1876. Her father, John O. Duer, was born near Dayton, Ohio [in 1840] and moved to Iowa as a small boy. He married twice and was the father of six children. The family moved to Kansas in 1886. He died in 1925 near Smith Center Kansas. The grandmother of Myrtle Hinshaw, Margaret Stinchcombe, was born in Maryland. She married William Duer in 1833. They migrated to Morgan County, Ohio, in 1837, and from there to Washington County, Iowa, in 1843. Her husband died in 1846. She died at the home of her son in Smith County, Kansas, in 1899.

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