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Re: George Washington Vermillion b. 1781 in MD
Posted by: Thomas Vermillion (ID *****1500) Date: August 28, 2005 at 03:08:59
In Reply to: George Washington Vermillion b. 1781 in MD by DIANA GIRLING of 1041

Mary Vermillion (d/o George Washington and Ann Baberry Hardy married a William M. Marshall of Orange Township.
I do not have a dob for Mary, however here are some additional notes I have compiled on George, and George Jr.
George And Ann are my GGGG Grandparents. I am a decendent through the Vermillion's of Newman IL. Hope this helps, and if you have anything to share I would love to see if I can connect to it. You can contact me direct if you wish.
April 17, 1821
Trumansburg Ohio. Some evidence of being born in N. Lewisburg, Preble Co., Ohio
September 13 1862
REFERENCE: George Vermillion (s/o George Washington & Anney ‘Barberry’ ‘Hardy’ Vermillion)b. 17 Apr 1821 in
N. Lewisburg, Preble Co., Ohio, moved to Hancock county.
He married Sarah Jane Painter born in Ohio. His father, George Washington Vermillion lived and moved with him also. The family is listed in the 1840 and 1850 Census in Hancock County, Ohio, Orange Township.

REFERENCE: George Vermillion, Sr. - (Full name George Washington Vermillion, Sr.)b. 26 Dec. 1781 in Maryland – m. to Anney ‘Barberry’ Hardy. A son George Vermillion – b.1821 in N. Lewisbury, Preble Co., Ohio – parents were in their 40’s when George was born - (see Geo. above).

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