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I found your posting as I too was looking to see what I could find out about George Henry Herrick, my grandfather. My dad was Marion. As far as I know, Benjamin Byron was married to Mary Glasford. He was subsequently married to Bell Glasford, Carrie Turley & Lenoa C. Graham. Benjamin and Mary were married Oct 27, 1921 at Lee County, Iowa. I know where George and Lenora are buried in the Montrose, Iowa cemetary, but am ashamed to say that I don't know either of their birth or death dates. My parents are also buried in the same cemetary as is Lenora's mother, Leonora Lambert. I will check with my siblings and find out dates. One of my sisters still lives ther at Montrose. My dad said that George died when Daddy was three years old. My dad was born in 1909. Daddy also told me that Lenora died when he was 10 so that would have made her date of death around 1919. The listing of siblings you have seems correct with the exception of George. I don't remember Daddy talking about George. Ernest died when he was a baby and Lucille died as a teenager if I remember right. After Lenora died, Daddy lived with his brother Richard for several years until Richard's first wife died. I don't remember ever meeting Richard or Irene. I of cource knew Aunt Gerturde and Uncle Alvin as they lived only 15 miles of so from us in Fort Madison. I also knew Aunt Gladys, Uncle Earl, and Uncle Paul. I met Uncle Ralph when I was young and Pearl also I think. I hope I have shared some information you didn't have and I will get George and Lenora's birth and death dates if you still don't have them.