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The event took place in 1832.
Arlene Wimmer Hill wrote:
I think I have narrowed this Peter down to two people:
Peter Christian and Peter P., and I favor Peter P. Laboyteaux.
Beth Zaring wrote:
I know of two Peter's buried in Batson Cemetery, Henry Co. Indiana, the same
county where New Castle is the county seat.
Peter P. d. 20 Jul 1847 68 years old
Peter J. d. 6 b Oct 1872 79 years old
Too many Peter's in Henry Co., Indiana at the same time period:
Peter P. b. 1784-d. 20 Jul 1847 68 years old (wife, Elizabeth Packer)
Peter J. b. 1792-d. 6 b Oct 1872 79 years old (wife, Phoebe Davis)
Peter C. b. 1808-d. 1857 49 years (wife, Almeda Loer)
>From: "Audrey Hancock" <AudreyHancock1939(a)sbcglobal.net>
>Subject: Peter Laboyteaux
>Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 13:14:56 -0400
>Does anyone know which Peter Laboyteaux is mentioned in this story at:
>Under Elder Elijah Martindale...paragraph beginning with "Some one..."
I think this is Auten (not Austin) Laboyteaux, s/o Abraham Laboyteaux and
Mary "Polly" Auten; his second wife, Sarah "Sally" Maria, and their son,
Charles. Looks like all three are buried at Clearview Cemetery, Cohocton,
Steuben County, New York.
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