Posted By:catherine isentrager
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Subject:Re: Jacob ECKMAN, b. 1791 VA, d. 1877, OH, m. Margaret LIND
Post Date:September 28, 2008 at 19:17:32
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Yes but I went past looking at a piece of paper and did some diggins, The Warren County Historical Society sent me a lot more then a misspelled marriage list, When Margaret Eckman nee Lind father died,in her name he left to her widowed husband Jacob Eckman and to her sons,hershare of his estate even those she had died. If you look at the son name, you will find they are all name after her brothers. So I know for a positive fact that Margaret Lind married Jacob Eckman who was my Great Granfather brother in law. The spelling on the inhearenten is spelled correct, its the marriage that is wrong I hope this information settle this matter, It took three years to track down
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"J. Eckman," heir of George Lind: Payments to heirs by Thomas Ireland, co- administrator: Warren Co. OH, "Old Court Papers" Box 34, case #8; as cited by D. Bly, attachment to e-mail to G. McCoy, 28 Jan 2003
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Deed Book 29, p. 490. 15 Mar. 1849. Warren County, Ohio

Margaret Eckman, formerly Margaret Lind, a daughter and one of the heirs at law of George Lind, late of Warren County, Ohio, died seized in fee simple, one undivided eleventh part of a certain tract in Warren County
Ohio, containing 122 acres. We George W. Eckman, Addison Shannon Eckman and wife Margaret and Peter S. Eckman, all of Hamilton County, Ohio, our one fourth interest in the land inherited by our mother, to Amos Shawhan.
(Peter S. Eckman was living with Thomas N. Lind (son of Andrew) in 1850 and listed as age 24 in the census of Miami Township, Hamilton Co.).
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Deed Book 29, p. 490. 15 Mar. 1849. Warren County, Ohio

Jacob Eckman, husband of Margaret Lind deceased, of Hamilton County, gives
up his dower interest in his wife's estate. Also William Eckman fourth,
son of Margaret and Jacob sells his one fourth interest in his mother's inheritance to Amos Shawhan.