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Re: John S. and Margaret Allhands>RC,IN
Posted by: Christopher Winter (ID *****8011) Date: October 28, 2006 at 22:20:39
In Reply to: Re: John S. and Margaret Allhands>RC,IN by Shannon L. Allhands of 85


I just found John S. and Mary Allhands on the 1860 census. His name is listed as "Allhous". All of the other data matches. They are still in Jackson Township, Ripley County, Indiana. This Mary Allhands is not related. She was born in Ohio I also found her alive and well on the 1880 census. She is living with a niece and/or nephew named "Clem." I just rechecked the 1850 census, it does list a "Margaret" married to him. So she either died in between the 1850-1860 census or left him or this Mary is Margaret. If she did die, she probably is buried somewhere in Jackson Township or perhaps even Cincinnati. Also my Margaret was born in Maryland. This woman was born in Ohio. The ages however from census do match up rather well. Unless Mary has been transcribed wrong and the census takers have written "Marg" short for Margaret. Anyway, I thought I would share this with you. Keep in touch. Best, Christopher T. Winter

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