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Laymon, Elijah - Washington Co., Indiana
Posted by: Vicki Date: September 10, 2000 at 12:56:18
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Looking for information (parents, siblings, etc.) on Elijah Laymon of Washington County, Indiana:

Elijah Laymon
Birth: 1822 (?), Ohio or Indiana
Married: November 23, 1845, Washington County, Indiana
Spouse #1: Elisabeth Sipes
Birth: 1829, Virginia
Death: 1873 (?), Washington County, Indiana
Buried: Washington County, Indiana
Four children of Elijah Laymon and Elizabeth Sipes:
1.       Mary E.
2.       Elizabeth
3.       James H.
4.       Sarah E.
Comments:On the 1850 Washington County census, Elijah Laymon listed his occupation as “farmer” and his property value as $900. On the 1870 Washington County census, Elijah Laymon listed his occupation as “farmer”, his property value as $1200 and his personal worth as $1400.

Spouse #2: Celeste (aka Calesta) Sturdevant Wyatt
Birth: 12 June, 1848, Washington County, Indiana
Death: 1909
Father: James Nelson Sturdevant
Mother: Catherine Lochenour
First husband: Dempsy “Milton” Wyatt
Six children of Elijah Laymon and Celeste Sturdevant Wyatt:
1.       Lurinza Etta (Edna?) Wyatt (from Celeste’s first marriage)
2.       Emma Wyatt (from Celeste’s first marriage)
3.       Katheryn B. (Katie)
4.       Cora Mae
5.       Jerry
6.       Lafe




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