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Re: William Lucian Stutts
Posted by: Midge (ID *****7566) Date: February 11, 2012 at 14:34:23
In Reply to: William Lucian Stutts by Carolyn Stone of 1243

No relation but did find this. It looks like Hannah was married to Joseph Stutts (Stutz) who was born abt 1825 in Pennsylvania and worked for the PRR. They are in the 1860 Mifflin, Juniata census (transcribed as Stub)

Joseph, 35
Hannah, 33
Henry L. 9 This must be William L. and misheard by census-taker
George 5
Martha A.3

I would gather that Joseph died or was killed at work sometime in the 1860s and that Hannah remarried.

As for Martha - there is a Martha, just married to an Abner Yoder (transcribed as Zoder) in the 1880 Fermanaugh, Juniata census. This might be William's sister. Abner ends up in Nebraska and died there in 1898. I don't know what happened to his wife Martha.

I see that George named his first son Joseph, so this does seem to fit nicely. Hope this helps out.

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