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Biographical history of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski counties, Indiana (Volume 1)

Biographical history of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski counties, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical history of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski counties, Indiana (Volume 1)

Biographical history of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski counties, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOBBINS


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Dobbins, Moses G., 491.


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Dobbins, Simon U., 126.


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Dobbins, William T., 505.


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He is a son of John and Catherine (Umstott) Dobbins, and is an offspring of Irish stock. Two brothers of


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John Dobbins was a native of Virginia. He learned the trade of a blacksmith, and


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the Wilderness, and Samuel Simon U. Dobbins was brought up to habits of industry, and in early life was


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lives in Wolcott. The present Mrs. Dobbins was Miss Mary A. Dyer, to whom have been born four children. Josie


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outbreak of the civil war Mr. Dobbins was most desirous of entering the army, but being merely a boy they


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: Norine, the wife of Robert Dobbins, of Wolcott, twins who died in infancy, John Henry, who is in the


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Dobbins is the son of Jackson and Elizabeth (Miller) Dobbins, and was born in Princeton township, White county, Indiana, January


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from English and German stock. Jackson Dobbins was a Virginian by birth, but left his native state when twenty-three years


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January 25, 1850. His grandfather, Samuel Dobbins, came from Ireland and settled in Virginia at an early day, becoming an


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Moses Greenwaid Dobbins is the son of Jackson and Elizabeth (Miller) Dobbins, and was born


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Moses G. Dobbins was ushered into existence on the farm now owned by Joseph Burley,


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township and is occupied by Mr. Dobbins and


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February 21, 1877, Mr. Dobbins was joined at Hymen's altar to Miss Jane Kinney. She was born near


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1865, was married to Miss Mary Dobbins, whose father was probably the first man to settle on the prairie in


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is now West Point township. Mr. Dobbins was a blacksmith by trade, but was also a stock-herder, handling from six


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William T. Dobbins, whose name heads this sketch, was born in Hampshire county, Virginia, September


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daughter, Harriet, the mother of Mr. Dobbins, was one of three children, and with her brother and sister grew to


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In matrimony Mr. Dobbins was united with Miss Rhoda A. Moore, November 21, 1873, and they have


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lawyer of Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Dobbins are active and valued members of the Methodist church, and Mr. Dobbins is


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led to the altar Miss Sarah Dobbins, a daughter of John Dobbins, of Virginia. She died in 1863, at the


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Sarah Dobbins, a daughter of John Dobbins, of Virginia. She died in 1863, at the age of twenty-five years. Of