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Subject: John Hannum Douglass
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 15:50:10 EDT
Could someone please tell me where these people fit into the John and Jane
(Hannum) Douglass family? I assume they must because of the name John Hannum
Douglass and because of the burial in the Gallaher/Douglass Cemetery but the
John Douglass' I have of that family have different dates of birth and death.
Deborah Hainley Bonnar
In a message dated 28/06/2005 21:01:02 GMT Standard Time,
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 21:35:57 -0400
From: (by way of Lynne Canterbury <>)
Subject: Margaret Ivory Douglass
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I have Margaret E. "Maggie" Ivory Douglass as daughter of Matthew Ivory b.
1797 d. 2 June 1856 and Mary Mcguire Ivory b. 24 July 1799 d. 1 Oct. 1881
Will Book II Cambria Co., Pa, Allegheny Twp of Matthew Ivory probated 9 June
lists wife Mary, children: Margaret md to John H. Douglass, Henry, Mary
Thomas Matthew and William.
Lois (Eckenrode) Stafford
In a message To: (mailto:)
dated 6/27/2005 7:57:41 AM Pacific Standard Time, writes:
John Hannum Douglass 1817 - 1906 buried St. Augustine Cemetery
married on April 12, 1842 St. Joseph's Church, (Hart's Sleeping Place),
Carrolltown, West Carroll Twp, Cambria Co, PA
to Margaret E. "Maggie" Ivory August 22, 1822 - April 1, 1884 buried
Gallaher / Douglass Cemetery, Allegheny Twp, Cambria Co, PA
Margaret E. "Maggie" Ivory was daughter to Patrick Ivory (1800 - February
1, 1858) and Eleanor Connelly March 4, 1801 - March 8, 1858-1872 (not sure
of date of death)
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From: "Mandy Failor" <>
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 9:03 PM
Subject: RE: [PaCambri] Herman E. Krug [s. Herman E. and Matilda Douglas ]
> Matilda Douglass Krug was the daughter of Silas. M. Douglass and Mary
> Elizabeth Walters.
> I would like the ancestors of Silas M. Douglass , if anyone has that!
> Mandy Haid Failor
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