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Re: Dayton city directories, 1860s? Marshall surname
Posted by: George P. Miller (ID *****3944) Date: March 23, 2002 at 13:23:04
In Reply to: Re: Dayton city directories, 1860s? Marshall surname by Steve Koons of 1108

Hi Steve,
Thank you for the info on the confectionery photo. Can you give me the Dayton Library address that has the image? R.M.s widow carried on a wholesale confectionery 1880s & around 1890 and you found R. M. in the 1860s directories as a confectioner.

I haven't located R. M. on the 1850 census but I did find him on the 1860 census, Dayton 1st Ward, but it says he was born in NJ & not OH, but the 1850 & 1860 censuses show that his siblings were b. in OH & his father George S Marshall was b. in VA, and his mother was b. in either OH or NJ. Another mystery!

George in NY

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