I saw that also but didn't really know what it was aluding to. Not sure what the following d/o means. M is for married and d might be divorced but not sure what d/o means. The s/o, also am not sure what it means. The whole sentence didn't make a lot of sense to me - sorry.
10-16-1874 Jackson Co WI...Hannah LOW d/o James & Susannah HUTCHINS m. John Frederick SAUTER s/o John & Christiana.
Hannah was widowed by 1880.
I will have to head out to work tomorrow so hope to check the boards tomorrow night before turning in. I want to again thank you for all your insights and hard work.
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