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Can anyone tell me where Hanno Township is/was in relationship to Lee Centre Township in 1850. It doesn't seem to exist anymore, or is in hiding, as I don't seem to be able to find it?
Barb in Iowa
Searching for anyone connected with the above mentioned Hamblin's, they are found prior to having children in 1850 ILL, Lee Co. as Hamlin, also in 1870 ILL, Lee Co., Amboy with the following Hamlin, Francis, age 55, Farmer, r.e. value $1600, personal estate value
$450, born NY
Eliza, age 41, keeping house, born NY
Arvilla, age 15, born IL, attneded school in year
Edwin, age 13, born IL, school
Edward, age 13, born IL, school
George, age 9, born IL, school
Are found both as Hamblin and Hamlin.
I find in a Portrait and Biographical Record sent me by someone researching the same family lines that Eliza Hopkins b. Plainfield CT July 2, 1805 (though her obit says 1808 but based on her age at death given in the obit and what is on her tombstone the researcher believes the correct year to be 1806) was married to James D. Post Jan 24 1828 and lived in Lee county ILL 33 years. The biographical information says that Eliza Hopkins was a daughter of George and Sarah (White) Hopkins. Eliza Hopkins Post according to the person sharing information with me says that Eliza Hopkins Post is buried at Temperence Hill Cemetery and believes that George and Sarah White Hopkins are as well. Anyone connect?