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Walter W. Plummer ancest[r]y : from the Thomas Plummer/Stockett of Maryland : Jo[se]ph W. Plummer/ Taylor of Jefferson Co., Ohio : Thomas T. Plummer/Thummel of Iowa/Nebraska

researcher, John S. Wendling ; descendant, William W. Plummer, Jr
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[Sandy, Utah] : J.S. Wendling, 1995
115 leaves in various foliations. : geneal. tables, map.

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Chiefly Plummer ancestral families of Walter W. Plummer, Jr. He was born in 1927 at Omaha, Nebraska, the son of Walter William and Mabel Inez Henderson Plumer. He is a retired military officer and was living in Frederick Township, Maryland, in 1995. His father, Walter William Plummer (1886-1932) was born at Craig, Nebraska, the son of Thomas Taylor Plummer, Jr. (1860 or 1861-1927) and Elnora Lester Plummer (1866-1941). He married Mabel Inez Henderson (1888-1968) in 1918. They had two sons, 1919-1927. The oldest son died as an infant. Walter William and Mabel Inez Plummer died at Omaha and were buried at Craig, Nebraska.

Ancestors include Thomas Plummer (ca. 1638-1694/1695) of Ringsmere, England, and Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

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