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Re: George Washington Iseminger, Hamilton and Butler Co, Ohio and Monroe Co. Ind
Posted by: Melba Guard (ID *****0608) Date: February 19, 2012 at 09:44:50
In Reply to: Re: George Washington Iseminger, Hamilton and Butler Co, Ohio and Monroe Co. Ind by Debra Chase of 145

Dear Debra, George W. was a brother-in-law to my ancester, Frederick Myers. I know that he and his father lived in Morgan Township, Butler County, Ohio around a village called Morgantown that didn't exist for long. I know that he married Mary Elizabeth Myers 9/17/1812. I haven't been able to find a copy of their marriage certificate either in Butler or Hamilton County. I know that George was born in Turkeyfoot Township, Somerset, Pa 4/1/1792 and died 10/11/1891 in Monroe County, Indiana. His wife was suppose to be born in Somerset but I have no proof of that. Her family lived in Salt Lick Township, Fayette County which is close by and I wonder if the families met before coming to Ohio. I know that they moved to Indiana around the same time his parents moved there. I know they had seven children, two born in Crosby Township (where I live).
What I am looking for is anything else such as documents like marriage, death, obits, cemetery they were buried in and any pictures of their gravestones, occupation, family pictures, etc. I am doing a biography of Adam Myers, Elizabeth's father, which includes a short bio of each of his children and their spouses. I am also interested in that possible relationship in Pennsylvania. Adam bought land in Crosby Township from the son of Michael Keefer (Keever). The Keefer family came from Turkeyfoot Township and were neighbors to the Iseminger famly in Turkeyfoot. I will be grateful of anything you can provide. Thanks, Melba

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