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Re: Maryland Speakers
Posted by: Gary Beall Date: February 07, 2002 at 14:34:55
In Reply to: Re: Maryland Speakers by Pat Hutcherson of 110

That Frederick is to young my Frederick W. was born about 1825, he lived in Williamsport with his wife Ellen E. and I belive she was a Bowers. Married in 1847 in Washington Co. Md. Living in the same house was a Christian Speaker 19 years old (1850 census)it also said both were born in Germany, and both were millrights. Frederick W. in the civil war was a second Lt in the 1st Md. Cav. Co. I, 1861-1864, when mustered out. Don't know where he end up from there. John H. or Jack as the family called him was a locktender on lock 13-14 on the canal, till his death in 1938. Gary


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