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Help I'm looking for information on George WEAVER, he was born in Ohio.
George Married Harriet (Weaver). Harriet was from Penn. George Died 12 Sep
1869 and is buried in the Allen Cem. Lucas, Iowa. When George died Harriet
remarried Hugh LARIMER 12 Oct 1876 Lucas, Iowa.George and Harriet had 4
Children: John W. WEAVER born Ohio and Died 6 Apr 1862 at the battle of Shilo
and is buried in the Allen Cem. Lucas, Iowa. Sarah A. WEAVER. Matilda WEAVER
married Albert SWETT 21 Apr 1868 Lucas, Iowa And Catherine WEAVER born 1854
Iowa and Married Wilson Abraham LARIMER the Son of Hugh LARIMER 8 Sep 1881
Lucas, Iowa. Harriet ? WEAVER LARIMER died 10 Jan 1901 and is also buried in
the Allen Cem. Lucas, Iowa.
Any help anyone can me would be great.
Hello everyone. I am wondering if anyone has knowledge of a Frank
Olmstead who appears on the 1870 census as living in English Township,
Lucas County. My gr-grandmother was married to a Frank O. Olmstead from
Iowa before marrying my gr-grandfather, Ethelbert Emerson, and moving to
Twain Harte, CA
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