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Benjamin or Ben Chapman was married 3 times and I am trying to find the name of his 2nd wife. Here is the information I have on Benjamin Chapman:
Ist Marriage: Benjamin Chapman married Miss Sally Duvall on 14 Aug, 1869 in Warsaw, Gallatin Co., Ky.
3rd Marriage: Benjamin Chapman married Ida K. (Evans) Littrell on 28 Dec 1893 in Owen Co., Ky.
Benjamin or Ben Chapman and his 2nd wife had the following children: Daniel Chapman born 1874, Molly Chapman born 1876, Isa Chapman born 1883 and Nannie Chapman born 1887. On the 1880 Census US Index Ben's wife was listed as JANE.
I would like to find the name of Ben's 2nd wife and the date they were married. Does anyone have information on his 2nd marriage that you would be willing to share withe me or have access to Kentucky Marriage Records to find their marriage?
I appreciate any information that would help me find the marriage.
Thank you very much!
I would like to find the parents of GERTRUDE "GERTIE" CAMMACK who was born 1888 in Owen Co. Would someone be willing to see if you can find her on the 1900 Owen County Census for me? I would appreciate it very much!
Thank you very much,
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