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John & Mary Hague 1840's+
Posted by: jean mehaffey (ID *****0140) Date: June 17, 2003 at 14:29:15
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Looking for info on John & Mary(Thompson) who married in 1842 in Union Co., Ind and went to DeKalb Co., MO. They were in MO by about 1860. They show up on the 1870 census along with their eldest son and his family, Alfred. John & Mary had Alfred, Sarah, Emily, Lewis Cass, James, Celia, Clarissa, Charles, Henry, and William. Lost track of them after 1870, except for Alfred and wife in Mo in 1920 and Alfred widowed in 1930 in Ks.
Alfred and Lewis Cass served in the civil war.
If any of this looks familiar would like to hear from you.Would like to know more about John Hague who his ancestors were, were they there in Union Co.,etc. Also need to prove definitely that I have the correct Mary Thompson marrying John Hague. Online records show John Hague + Mary Thompson married in Union Co., Aug 12, 1842.
My interest is thru Mary Thompson Hague. She was daughter of Moses Thompson, born Penn, and sister of Isaac and John.
Isaac's wife died in Union Co.
Both Isaac and John ended up in Cedar County, Iowa.

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