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Peter Glunt (1811-1874) and his wives
Posted by: Phyllis Winthurst Date: January 19, 2002 at 15:12:39
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Peter Glunt married Sarah Stineman, probably in Cambria County, PA, in ca. 1836. They appear on the Cambria Co. 1840 census. Moved to Grant Co., IN, by 1850, and into Tippecanoe Co., IN by 1860. Sarah died ca. 1855, and Peter married an Emily (surname unknown at this time). They were on the 1860 census but moved to Howard County, IN by 1870. Peter died in 1874 in Howard Co., IN - his wife Emily married Andrew S. Stanaert in 1876.

Peter and Sarah had the following children:
Margaret, b. ca. 1837; md. Wm. A. Adkins; David Baney
Jacob, b. 1838, md. Emily Howey
Simon, b. 1839, md. Martha Probasco; Rebecca J. Walker
Phillip, b. 1842, md. Catherine Long, Elizabeth Bomgardner
Mary A., b. 1843, md. Joseph M. Westfall
Susannah, b. 1845, WHO DID SHE MARRY?
John, b. 1846, md. Electra Amelia Troth; Rebecca?
Eleanor, b. 1849, WHO DID SHE MARRY?
Harriett, b. 1851, md. Frank Merrick
Rebecca, b. 1853, WHO DID SHE MARRY?

Peter and Emily (surname unknown) married between 1855-1858 and had the following children:
James, b. May 1859, md. Dora A. Coal
Samuel, b. March 1863; d. before 1870
Charles, b. 1868
Albert, b. Apr 1870; d. before 1880
Louis/Lewis, b. Dec 1874; md. Nellie D. Clark

Emily and Andrew S. Stanaert married in 1876 - had one daughter:
Millie (hard to read her name), b. 1877

Cannot find Susanna, Eleanor, Harriett, nor Rebecca on the 1870 census when these girls would have been between 17 and 25. Does anyone have any information on them. I know Harriet married Frank Merrick in 1877 but a man by that name, age 48, was in the Tippecanoe County Asylum and Infirmary in 1900 - no sign of Harriett. Can anyone help??

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