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Re: Samuel Greenamyer (born about 1833) and family
Posted by: Sharon Clark (ID *****6178) Date: January 22, 2006 at 19:25:49
In Reply to: Samuel Greenamyer (born about 1933) and family by Sharon Clark of 12

I am looking for further information on the Greenamyer Family. What I have so far is....

Samuel Greenamyer/Greenamyre b. abt 1830 in Ohio d.16 February 1923 in Eaton Co., Michigan. His wife is listed as Malinda b. about 1832 in Virginia. As indicated on the 1910 census, they were married about 1860.

The 1880 census shows them living in Alaiedon Township, Ingham Co. Michigan with their children, William and Idola Bell.

The 1910 census shows them living in Lansing, Ward 1, Ingham Co., MI at 1404 Massachusetts Ave. At that time William is also living there with his (3rd?) wife, Martha.

The 1920 census shows Samuel living with his daughter and son-in-law, Idolia & Charles Piper in Delta Township, Eaton Co., MI

From information provided by Pat Pruitt (Piper forum - re: Ida Piper) I have located some/all of his brothers & sisters most of whom were living in OH. I also now have more names that I'm not sure how they fit in.

Samuel's father is John Greenamyer b. 7 December 1809 in OH married Mary Kale (Samuel's mother) 5 March 1834 in Milton twp., Trumbull Co., OH d. 30 march 1883 in OH

John Greenamyer's parents were Jacob Greenamyer b. Feb 1780 in Adams Co., PA and Catherine Slagel.

I would love any help in continuing to piece this family together.

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