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Re: david calvin troyer, 1843, ontario, can.
Posted by: Mary Townsend (ID *****8432) Date: September 01, 2002 at 19:08:58
In Reply to: david calvin troyer, 1843, ontario, can. by thomas troyer of 264

I'm looking for info on David Troyer's mother, Hannah Rockefeller Troyer. She married Waldron Drew in Saline Co., NE in 1883. Do you have any info on her death/burial?

Hannah was the 3rd wife of Waldron Drew. He died in Saline Co., NE in Aug 1893 and is buried in Dorchester Cemetery, Saline Co., NE. Hannah is not buried with him. Waldron is in the same lot with his daughter, Rachel Drew Coates Brown and her first husband (F. Jefferson Coates) and child.

Waldron was born in Warren Co., OH 1818 married his 1st wife, Sarah Stettler in Clinton Co., IN in 1841 and then moved to Wisconsin. Sarah died in 1855 in Wisconsin and Waldron married Mazey Ann Blakely the same year. She was a widow. She and Waldron had several children together. I don't have her death date either. Anyway, Waldron was in Saline Co. with his daughter Rachel (Sarah Stettler is her mother) by 1880 or so.

Am hoping you have more info on Hannah and Waldron.

Mary Louise Townsend MLOUTOWN@Adelphia.net


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