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OK, I broke down and paid for it, and unfortunately the pertinent information is barely readable. I was able to make out part of the date of her marriage to Henry Doutrick, and the officiator of the wedding. I stubbornly went back to the databases, however, and at last stumbled across the record. They were married 1/15/1856 in Allen cty IN, and her maiden name is Adaline DeRome. She is the daughter of Charles Henry DeRome and Maria Christianna Graeter, and the granddaughter of Ca-ba-no-kay, a native American of the Miami tribe. The DeRome family was given a plot of land in Fort Wayne as a result of a treaty with the Miamis in 1826, and some in the family moved to Kansas shortly after the Indiana Miamia were relocated there--which probably explains how Adaline's second husband James McNally died in Leavenworth KS. Interesting story! If there are any cousins out there who come across this, say hi.