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Re: Nancy Carrell m Wm Bloomer/GA-Tenn? 1807
Posted by: Kathy (ID *****5328) Date: September 20, 2002 at 08:22:19
In Reply to: Re: Nancy Carrell m Wm Bloomer/GA-Tenn? 1807 by Marlyn Howard Wilt of 665

Hello everyone !

This is what I have on this family, if anyone has any correction please let me know so that I can correct them in my file.
William Bloomer married Nancy Carrell , 24 Dec. 1807, Nancy died 25
Sept. 1831. William then married Sarah Paul 19 Feb. 1833.
Children listed:
Jesse, born 8 Feb. 1809, m. Matilda Mcdonald
John, born 6 March 1810
Mary, born 22 July 1811, m. Adam Morris
Phebe, born 18 Dec. 1812, m. Richard Hiser
Asa, born 5 Nov. 1814
Benjamin, born 8 March 1816, m. Eliza Dunkle
Joseph Ephraim, born 4 Feb. 1818
Elizabeth, born 13 Nov. 1819, m. George Harper
Fanny, born 29 Oct. 1821, m. A. R. Willis
William Carrell, born 18 Feb. 1823
Rebecca, born 21 Sept. 1825
Hinton, born 19 March 1828
Stephen, born 8 July 1829

Children of William and Sarah
Coleman, born 16 March 1834, m. Lydia Poole
James, born 4 March 1836, m Maria S. Bigelow
Jane, born 20 July 1838, m. Mr. Ross (?)

William and Sarah moved to Wabash Co. In. in 1839. Sarah died 27 Feb.

William Bloomer had a sister named Phebe, born ca.1788 and married Col.
Aaron Johnson. This is my line. Would you happen to know anything
about Phebe and Aaron?? Phebe and Aaron had a son named John, who
married Eliza Jane Bloomer daughter of Benjamin Bloomer and Sarah
Overman, Benjamin was another sib. of William and Phebe. So I am double
connected to the Bloomer Family.

Kathy Southerland

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