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Margaret Sproat m. Isiah Hill in PA
Posted by: Tammy Donaldson Date: July 13, 2001 at 21:25:32
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I am looking fo information on Margaret Sproat who married Isiah Hill. I have very little information about her as I have just found out her last name. She was probably born about 1823 and died after 1891. She resided in Jefferson, Greene County, PA in 1891. Her husband Isiah was born on 8/26/1823 in Pennsylvania and died in 1891. Margaret applied for a widows oension at that time. Isiah had been a member of the 1st WV Volunteer Calvary in the Civil War. Margaret and Isiah were married in Washington Twp, Washington County, PA on July 26, 1849. They had the following children; John (b abt. 1850), Jane (b. abt 1852), Thomas B. (b. abt.1853), Rachel (b. abt. Jan. 1854), Jacob Wesely (b. 1858), Edward Robert(b. 1860), George (b. abt 1863), Horatio (b. July 2, 1866). Isiah is born in Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery but Margaret was not listed there. She is also not buried with her son Jacob who is buried in Jefferson Cemetery, Jefferson, Greene County, PA. Any information on this family would be appreciated I would love to share what I have. Thanks

Tammy


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