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A portrait and biographical record of Delaware and Randolph counties, Ind. : containing biographical sketches of many prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all of the presidents of the United States, and biographies of the governors of Indiana

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A portrait and biographical record of Delaware and Randolph counties, Ind. : containing biographical sketches of many prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all of the presidents of the United States, and biographies of the governors of Indiana

A portrait and biographical record of Delaware and Randolph counties, Ind. : containing biographical sketches of many prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all of the presidents of the United States, and biographies of the governors of Indiana

Source : Internet Archive

A portrait and biographical record of Delaware and Randolph counties, Ind. : containing biographical sketches of many prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all of the presidents of the United States, and biographies of the governors of Indiana

A portrait and biographical record of Delaware and Randolph counties, Ind. : containing biographical sketches of many prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all of the presidents of the United States, and biographies of the governors of Indiana

Source : Internet Archive

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was united in marriage with Margaret Smithson on the 9th day of June, 1859, and his home has been gladdened


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is a daughter of George Wesley Smithson. Mr.


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in company with his mother, Jennie Smithson (a widow.) George W. came to Randolph county in 1820, married Elizabeth Thornburg,


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six months and eleven days. Mrs. Smithson, his wife, died April 4, 1876, aged seventy-nine. They were both members of


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to Mary J., daughter of George W. and Elizabeth (Thornburg) Smithson. Her father was born in .'irginia in the year