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Henry David Conklin - Red River Twp. - m. Sarah M Hoaten/tin 6-25-1888
Posted by: Virginia Lehner (ID *****0337) Date: September 29, 2002 at 17:45:24
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Hi, Am looking for any information about Henry David Conklin b. 11-8-1838/39 in New Jersey. He Married Carlotte Loos 1-4-1860 in Greene Co. In. He left her about 1880/81 and married a woman from Indianapolis without divorcing Charlotte. He then moved to Red River Twp. Van Buren Co. Ark. and is on the tax rolls for 1890. He married Sarah M. Hoaten 6-25-1888. He lists himself as 30 on the marriage cert., but he was almost 50. She was 16. His Civil War Pension Papers List both Charlotte and Sarah as applying for his pension as widows. Charlotte in 1896 and Sarah in 1894.Sarah is listed as "contesting". There is a Martin Conklin listed as born in 1888 that possibly could be their son. Martin married Bell Johnson in 1907. Sarah's parents could be Martin and Martha Hoaten. They along with Robert Hoaten(sibling to Sarah?) Martin Conklin are listed in the 1900 census. Can anyone help me match these people up? Henry D. and Charlotte are my ggrandparents. Henry was buried in Eglantine, but I don't know what cemetery. I would also like to find some clue to Henry's ancestors. Help!!!!!!!!


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