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Re: PEPPERS, Sarah Angeline
Posted by: Diana Gale Matthiesen (ID *****0513) Date: April 28, 2007 at 01:11:31
In Reply to: PEPPERS, Sarah Angeline by Sherry Clark of 328

Yours is an old post, so you probably had your answers years ago. If so, I hope you can confirm or correct what I have found. What I have is online at my web site in the form of linked family group sheets, which you can hook into from the pages linked below. If you don't have all your answers, I hope something I have will help...

I show Sarah as having married first to Thomas FARLEY (b. ca. 1843, Ireland), son of Peter & Margaret FARLEY. Sarah was born 1855-59, so was too young to have married in 1870; and their one child, John W.E. FARLEY was born 1877/8, so they probably married ca. 1876.

Sarah married second, ca. 1883/4, to Andrew J. NULL (b. Jan 1842, Wayne Co., MO), son of Daniel NULL & Sarah BLACK:

Sarah and Andrew had one son, Samuel D. NULL, b. Jun 1885. Apparently Andrew and Susan divorced, because both remarried, Sarah in 1890 and Andrew in 1891.

Sarah married third, as you indicate, to Jasper E. EOFF, as his fifth wife (Sarah's mother, Cecelia Bernetta MEDLEY, had been Jasper's fourth wife):

Sarah married fourth to a Mr. WELLS.

I have far from unraveled all the complications with Sarah's families, her mother's marriages, and Jasper EOFF's marriages. Many gaps remain. The irony is that my interest here is Mary STROUP, second wife of Jasper E. EOFF. Sometimes "doing the laterals" will solve a problem. This time, it hasn't. I still haven't identified her parents!

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