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History of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, from the earliest times to the present

History of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, from the earliest times to the present

Source : Internet Archive

History of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, from the earliest times to the present

History of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, from the earliest times to the present

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MEYER


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Charles Pearce & Co., $379,450, Jacob Meyer & Bro., $398,000, Mc Cormack & Redman, $384,900. The first named bid being


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at the carpenter's trade under Jacob Meyer. Two vears later, in 1861, he enlisted in Co. A., Forty-second Indiana Volunteers,


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Stork, John Habbe, Jacob Meyer, Mike Meyer, A. P. Hoelcher, Jacob Schwambach, J. D. Becker, George Roessner, J. C. Muth,


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A. K. Stork, John Habbe, Jacob Meyer, Mike Meyer, A. P. Hoelcher, Jacob Schwambach, J. D. Becker, George Roessner, J.


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Rev. C. L. C. Runck, Samuel Meyer and William Pretorius. A dispensation was granted on the 7th dav of December,


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and is the son of John B. and Helen (Meyer) Ortmeyer. His parents, natives of Germany, came to Evansville in


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promotion as assistant adjutant general. Ferdinand C. Meyer, first sergeant Company K, was promoted adjutant, and served from September 25,


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captain, George Huffman, first lieutenant, Balthus Meyer, second lieutenant.


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married about 1566 to Miss Justina Meyer, a native of Germany, daughter of Christian and Charlotte Meyer.


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Germany, daughter of Christian and Charlotte Meyer.