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Re: part of the mystery solved..KEGLEY/TUT
Posted by: John Richardson (ID *****5995) Date: September 01, 2002 at 07:47:13
In Reply to: part of the mystery solved..KEGLEY/TUT by DIANNA GILLIAM of 337

I live on the farm George Mallow settled when he came from VA to IN in 1834. One of his daughters was my ggrandmother Maria Catherine Mallow who married James Fry. Another of his daughters was Elizabeth (1816-1895) who married Christian Cagley (1813-1862). All of these people are buried in the Mallow Cemetery located on our farm. So is Maria Teet (1847-1883), a brother George M. (1852-1855), and a sister Melissa (1842-1903) along with her husband Andrew Smith (1845-1912). Several of Melissa & Andrew's descendants live in White River Twp. today. As you noted brother William Cagley married his cousin Martha (Mattie) Kegley. They moved to Miami Co., IN in the early 1870's, but are buried in a Kokomo cemetery, which is in Howard Co. They have a grandson who lives in a retirement home in Goshen, IN, and a ggrandson who lives in Howe, IN.
Hope this info is useful to you.


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