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Benjamin Hamilton & David Lusk Brown 1885-1930
Posted by: Darline Duncan (ID *****4017) Date: August 03, 2010 at 15:28:46
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I have Benjamin Hamilton married Maranda Bryan in Washington Co., IN. 1857. In 1880 census they had four children, listed as John W., Mary A., David S. and Nancy G. In 1885 they were in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS and the children were J.W., Adalade Brown and her husband David Brown, Frank and Zilla. The ages make the children the same as the 1880 census but the names were different. I know from Washington Co., IN marriage license that Mary A. married David Lusk Brown in 1883. From then I found them in census records but usually with only initials instead of names. It appears they stayed in Reno County and if the cemetary index is correct most of them died there also. What I need is something that will give me the actual names (not just initials) of these people and their children. Frank married Addie (last name unknown) I don't think they had children. I have only the initials A. E. for John W.'s wife and they had several children. David and Mary Adalade Brown had at least one son, F. L. possibly Fay L. There may be others. I have no clue about Nancy Zilla but there is a Zella listed in the cemetary index with other Hamiltons. This may be mine. Or she may have married to WHOM? Is there a chance someone could check marriage records for me? Probably in the 1890 - 1905 range of time for John W., Frank or David F, & Nancy Hamilton and also for F. L. (maybe Fay L.) Hamilton

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