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Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Source : Internet Archive

Results : UNDERWOOD


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Sanders, November 29, 1863. William H. Underwood, present postmaster of Washington, Penn., and our subject were wounded at the


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1872, to Mary Underwood, born August 15, 1850, no issue, live iu Mt. Vernon, Ohio. (2) Nancy


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Wirt, Hamilton B., who married Ida Underwood, Elizabeth, married to Harrison Thompson, Mary, married to Jackson Steele, and Sarah, married


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Somerset township, a daughter of Jacob Underwood, but was reared by John Leyda, of Somerset township. To this union the


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and won his life companion, Mary Underwood. She was born in 1815, in Somerset township, a daughter of Jacob Underwood,


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LARK M. UNDERWOOD is a son of James, and a grandson of Abraham Underwood The latter


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James, and a grandson of Abraham Underwood The latter was descended from one of nine brothers who were English Quakers,


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James Underwood, son of Abraham, was born in 1810, in the house which is yet


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to a farm in Iowa, Edward E. Underwood, residing in Morton, Kans., is an extensive grain buyer, Clarence P., living


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county, is the youngest child. Mr. Underwood is an independent voter, always casting his ballot for the candidate who is


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Clark M. Underwood was born January 14,


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Dougherty. On April 29, 1869, Mr. Underwood married, in Washington, Penn., Miss Emma, daughter of Silas Clark, whose family (now


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were born to Mr. and Mrs. Underwood, viz. : Owen Clark (who is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College,


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William H. Underwood is a native of Washington county, born in Monongahela, June 4, 1839,


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George Washington Underwood, father of our subject, was born February 22, 1814, at Red Stone,