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Re: Eliza Vermillion and Vermillions in DC and Maryland, 1750-1830
Posted by: MD/DC Family Researcher (ID *****9586) Date: February 04, 2011 at 18:01:50
In Reply to: Re: Eliza Vermillion and Vermillions in DC and Maryland, 1750-1830 by Annie of 1041

2.       Nicholas Vermillion (b. 1805)
Nicholas married Elizabeth Lewis (b. 1819) on January 11, 1837 in Washington, DC. They had five children:
a.       John Vermillion (b. 1841)
b.       Nathan G. W. Vermillion (b. 1844)
c.       Joseph N. Vermillion (b. 1846)
Joseph married Mary Ann Earp on June 5, 1873. They appeared on the 1880 Census in Vansville with their children: Ida May (b. 1874), James (b. 1876), Lewis L. (b. 1878), and his mother Elizabeth.
d.       Jane Irene Vermillion (b. 1848)
e.       Alfonso Rudolphus Vermillion (b. Nov. 26, 1855, d. Jan. 25, 1921)
Alfonso married Annie E. Harrison on Aug. 11, 1875*. They had five children: Howard Milton Vermillion (b. 1877, d. 1926), Clara Vermillion (b. 1879), Lydia Viola Vermillion (b. 1882), Narval Vermillion (b. 1884, d. 1918), and Olga Mae Vermillion (b. 1892, d. Aug. 12, 1977).

* From the Index of Marriage Licenses in Prince George’s County 1777-1888, by Helen W. Brown

Please email me at lsg.washdc@gmail.com

I have a file on the Vermillions.

Good luck with your research!



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