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Re: Isaac Ijams 1803-1811 W Rushville OH
Posted by: Roberta W. Iiames Date: August 19, 2000 at 14:09:26
In Reply to: Isaac Ijams 1803-1811 W Rushville OH by Julie of 438

Three sons of Captain John Iiams were pioneers to Fairfield Co., Ohio. William, Isaac and Thomas Plummer-all well established there by 1806. Believed to have arrived in Fairfield co. about 1801. They were from Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. If you can locate a copy of the History of Fairfield Co, Ohio, there is an article about the three brothers. Isaac Iiams was born in the early seventies of the eighteenth century in A.A. Co., Md. His wife was Elizabeth Becl, daughter of James & Rebecca Walker Beck and she had been previously married to Joseph Williams. Isaac Iiams died in 1825. Hope this helps. RWI


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