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Re: DINGLE, Edward Carter Eng>DE>MD>KY
Posted by: Leona Latham-Simonini Date: May 12, 2000 at 08:35:15
In Reply to: DINGLE, Edward Carter Eng>DE>MD>KY by Marcia Hardesty of 351

Hi, I am not related to this family but found the following article in " A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri".
DINGLE----Edward Dingle, of Maryland, settled in Scott County, Kentucky, where he married and had seven children. Three of them, Richard, Winder C., and Julia, settled in Marion County, Missouri. Mr. Dingle settled in audrain County in 1840. He was married the second time to frances Sallee, of Virginia, by whom he had ---Samuel, Carter B., William S., John G., Polly S., Nancy C., and Mary.
Samuel was killed in Mexico, and left a widow and five children. Mary A. married Taswell Johnson. Carter B. married Nancy ward, and died, leaving a widow and three children. His widow afterward married his brother John G., and they had three children. William S. Dingle died in his youth. Polly S. married Kinzey Hardister, and she is now a widow in California. Nancy C. married a mr. Landrum.
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