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Rebecca Ann Chew (1835-1913)
Posted by: Charles Acree (ID *****4639) Date: August 20, 2004 at 16:07:49
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Seeking the parents of Rebecca Ann Chew, born on January 7, 1835 in Virginia, who died on August 20, 1913, and is buried with her husband in the Clairbourne Cemetery in Richwood, Union Co., Ohio.

She may have been a grand-daughter of Joseph Chew and Elizabeth Thomas, who migrated from Frederick Co., Virginia, to Ross Co., Ohio, which is just north of Pike County, where Rebecca Ann and her husband, Andrew Jackson Wynn (1829-1911), married on December 21, 1851, and subsequently lived. The maiden surname of her mother was recorded as "Polan" on Rebecca Ann's death certificate.

Rebecca Ann and Andrew had ten children: Mary Hannah (born 1852 who married David Kale), Diantha Bianca (born 1855 who married Benjamin Metzger), Alice Ann (born 1858 who married James Harrison Ogden), William S. (born 1861 who married Martha Ann Miller), Margaret Jane (born 1863 who married Peter G. Daum and Martin Scheldeker), Rebecca Josephine (born 1866 who married Harvey Albert Moore), John Oscar (born 1868 who married Mary E. Moore), Nancy Melissa (born 1872 who married Ed Snowden and Martin Anderson), Andrew Jackson, Jr. (born 1878 who married Elida Ward), and Charles C. (born c1873 whose wife is unknown).



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