Although it is not yet proven, this ENOS line may also be mine. There seems to be alot of confusion surrounding this family including several later generations (different surnames) that I have looked at. Be that as it may, I have looked at the LDS information and noticed that on several entries John ENOS' death date and the marriage date to Mary DIBBLE are identical. I stongly suspect that someone may have "fat fingered" the information. I think if the marriage date can be verified through county records, assuming they exist, it will be fairly safe to say that the death date is incorrect. If in fact the dates are correct, then John died on his wedding night and Mary had the longest pregnancy known to human kind. (sorry..I couldn't resist.)
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