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Dr. John H.G. SHOE / SHUE of Baltimore Co, MD
Posted by: Brenda (ID *****4537) Date: December 28, 2004 at 07:02:54
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I am seeking information on the family of Dr. John H.G. SHOE/ SHUE , who was born in 1810 in Baltimore Co, MD. No known / verified family members .
He is next found in Noble & Kosciusko Counties , IN in the 1830's & early 1840's. A Henry SHOE / SHUE is also living in Kosciusko County , IN in the 1840's.
John married a young widow , Elizabeth ( SPEAR ) EDGERTON in the late 1830's & they had one known daughter , Mary Antoinette SHOE. When Elizabeth died in 1843 , he gave Mary to the Jacob OTT family of Kosciusko Co, IN as a " bound girl ".
Dr. John SHOE/ SHUE is next found in St. Clair County , IL on the 1850 census. By the 1860 census , he had removed to Bond Co, IL where he married a young woman named Nancy Elizabeth ROGERS. They had one daughter , Malinda .
John enlisted in the Union Army in the early years of the Civil War. After being hospitalized for dysentery , he was released from duty.
He disappeared from the censuses , so I believe he died prior to 1870 .
Any & all leads are most appreciated. Thank you.


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