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Elizabeth Sarah Cunningham (1832 - 1904)

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Samuel Ford (1771 - 1811)

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Otis Gilbert Dudrow (1870 - 1946)

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Theodore Benton (1785 - 1811)

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Joseph Benton, III (1757 - 1815)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MARYLAND with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A009484

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Daisy Rebecca Hensel (1890 - 1971)

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Harriet Smith Leather (1859 - 1950)

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Sarah Elizabeth Hyatt (1828 - d.)

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Maude Hunter Brown (1861 - d.)

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Annie Sarah Brown (1859 - 1925)

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Effie Lee Brown (1857 - 1928)

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Mary Ann Brown (1856 - c.1918)

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William Brown (c.1850 - d.)

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Lucinda Mariah Brown (1830 - 1886)

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Urith Brown (1828 - d.)

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Lucy Brown (1832 - d.)

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Upton H. Brown (1822 - 1901)

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Elizabeth H. Brown (c.1820 - d.)

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Benedict Brown (c.1817 - d.)

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Vachel Brown (1816 - d.)

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Sarah A. Brown (c.1813 - d.)

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Henry Brown (c.1811 - d.)

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Susan Brown (c.1809 - d.)

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Joshua Brown (c.1807 - c.1878)

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Zachariah Brown (1825 - 1900)

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Tom Phillips (1801 - 1846)

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George W. Phillips (1797 - 1852)

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Sarah Brown (c.1786 - c.1854)

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David William Leather (1819 - 1907)

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Margaret R. Leather (1820 - 1896)

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Meshach Hyatt (1803 - 1895)

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Sarah Riggs Hyatt (1797 - d.)

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Jesse Hyatt, Jr. (1799 - d.)

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Caroline Ann Wolfe (1801 - 1862)

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Phillip Hyatt (1795 - 1873)

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Cordelia Hagan (1796 - 1882)

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Adam Hagan (1791 - 1855)

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Mary Hyatt (1799 - 1841)

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Ann Benton (1743 - 1833)

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Willson Lee Phillips (1801 - 1846)

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Eleanor Phillips (1773 - 1844)

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Levi Phillips (1771 - 1844)

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Asa Hyatt (1787 - 1848)

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Mary Ann Hyatt (1796 - 1859)

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Charlotte Richards (1796 - d.)

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John Hyatt (1781 - 1781)

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Elizabeth Davis (1785 - 1855)

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Samuel Hyatt (1792 - 1845)

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Jesse Hyatt Wolfe (1837 - 1921)

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Eli Wolfe, Jr. (1832 - 1870)

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Theodore S. Benton (b. - 1889)

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Mary Dorcas Benton (b. - 1912)

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Georgie C. Dudrow (1883 - d.)

Georgie was attending school in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Delores A. Dudrow (1879 - d.)

Delores was attending school in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Mary M. Dudrow (1877 - d.)

Source: , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Newman G. Dudrow (1880 - d.)

Salesman in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. Source: , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Franklin Philip Dudrow (1875 - 1935)

House carpenter in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. Source: , Census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Robert Edgar Beall (1862 - 1946)

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Mary Jane Beall (1833 - 1871)

Mary Jane (Maxwell) Beall Mary Jane Beall was a resident of Hyattstown, Maryland during the Civil War. During a skirmish which took place at Hyattstown, Mary Jane took her infant son, Robert Edgar, t...

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Dorothy Beall Dudrow (deceased)

Dorothy Dudrow Dorothy attended seventh and eighth grades in the school held in the upstairs of the Burdette Funeral Home in Hyattstown, Maryland. Funerals at this time were held in people's homes, d...

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Birdie Johnson Dudrow (1874 - 1948)

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Philip C. Dudrow (1845 - 1912)

Undertaker in Hyattstown, MD. 1900 Source: , census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Acsha Dudrow (1848 - 1914)

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Bradley Hill Dudrow (1868 - 1944)

Merchant of dry goods and groceries in Hyattstown, MD in 1900. Source: census information for Montgomery County, MD 1900

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Jane R. Dutrow (1846 - 1883)

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Jacob W. Dutrow (1844 - 1907)

Jacob W. Dutrow was a blacksmith in Hyattstown, MD. He is listed as a patron of the Hyattstown post office 1882 in The History of Hyattstow by Dona Cuttler and Michael Dwyer, Heritage Books, Inc. 1998.

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Eli Brashears (b. - 1837)

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Dr. Belt Brashear (1765 - 1834)

Belt Brashear Birth: Feb 9 1765 Death: Nov 22 1834 Parents: William Brashear, Tabitha Attended college and became a doctor. He lived at 14 West Main Street, New Market, Md., where he raised...

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Levi Price (1835 - d.)

Levi Price owned and operated a distillery in Hyattstown, Maryland. 1835, in Frederick County, Maryland, in what was then the Urbana District, near the present community of Hyattstown. His father was...

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Laura Virginia Price (1837 - 1902)

Laura Virginia (McElfresh) Price lived in Hyattstown, Maryland.

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Elijah Price (deceased)

Elijah Price lived in Hyattstown, Maryland.

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Sarah Ann Price (1798 - d.)

Sarah (Wolfe) Price lived in Hyattstown, Maryland.

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George Augustus Wolfe (1765 - 1839)

George Wolfe lived in Hyattstown, Maryland.

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Mary Wolfe (1806 - 1885)

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Ida Justina Harris (1856 - c.1933)

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William Flaval Zeigler (1853 - d.)

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David Irene Zeigler (1848 - 1881)

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Mary Ellen Harris (1846 - 1876)

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John Willson Zeigler (1843 - d.)

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Francis Thomas Zeigler (1841 - d.)

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Asa Hamilton Zeigler (1839 - 1882)

Asa Hamilton Zeigler b. in Hyattstown, Maryland. Worked there as a medical doctor.

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James Edward Zeigler (1838 - d.)

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Levi Christopher Zeigler (1836 - 1897)

Levi Zeigler built, owned, and operated the Singer Sewing Machine shop in Hyattstown, Maryland. The Shop was built in 1876.

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Thomas Arthur Foster (1711 - 1752)

Thomas Foster settled in 1760 in the area which became Hyattstown, Maryland. The Foster Family first settled on the bleak hills of MA, near Myrickville, where the bones of many of our forefathers sle...

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Basil Foster (c.1788 - d.)

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Eleanor Ann Zeigler (1816 - d.)

Eleanor Ann (Hyatt) Zeigler Parents: Asa Hyatt and Mary Ann Phillips Husband: David Zeigler Eleanor and her husband ran a saw and bone mill on property left to them by David's father, Christopher...

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David Alexander Zeigler (1817 - 1879)

David Zeigler and his wife Eleanor operated a saw and bone mill on the site of his father's sumac mill after his death. The bone mill produced fertilizer used by the local farmers. 1850 census: liste...

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Christopher Zeigler (deceased)

Christopher Zeigler owned and operated the sumac mill on Little Bennett Creek in Hyattstown, Maryland. The mill was powered by a horse and three mules. The sumac extract was used for dying hides at the...

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William Davis (1807 - d.)

William Davis was born in Hyattstown, Maryland in 1807.

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William Richards (b. - 1796)

William Richards was a miller in Hyattstown, Maryland. He married Lavinia Hyatt.

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Lavinia Wolfe (1771 - 1846)

Lavinia Hyatt Richards, widow of the late William Richards, miller at Hyattstown, Maryland married George Wolfe. It was one of the first weddings in that town. Information taken from: The History of ...

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Sarah Riggs Hatcher (1800 - 1879)

Sarah (Hyatt) Hatcher lived in Hyattstown with her family. Late in life she married Dr. Joshua Hatcher who practiced medicine in Hyattstown.

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Ezra Tabler (deceased)

Ezra Tabler was a merchant in Hyattstown, Maryland. He was unmarried.

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William Tabler (1808 - d.)

William Tabler ran his father's tannery in Hyattstown, Maryland with his brother, Abraham till shortly after Abraham's death in 1868.

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Abraham Tabler (1825 - 1868)

Abraham Tabler ran his father's tannery with his brother, William, in Hyattstown, Marylandl

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Dr. Joshua Hatcher (1805 - 1896)

Dr. N. Joseph Hatcher b. 1805 Virginia Wife: Sarah Riggs Hyatt Dr. Hatcher moved to Hyattstown from Poolesville to practice medicine.

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Mary Catherine Tabler (1789 - 1867)

Mary Catherine (Leather) Tabler 1789-1867 Husband: Lewis Tabler 1781-1847 Mary moved to Hyattstown shortly after her marriage on September 6, 1805 with Lewis and his parents.

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Mary Elizabeth (Easterday) Tabler (1789 - d.)

Mary Elizabeth (Easterday) Tabler Husband: William Tabler Children: Lewis Tabler 1781-1847 Mary moved with her husband, son Lewis and his wife Mary (Leather) Tabler to Hyattstown shortly after th...

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William Tabler (1750 - d.)

William Tabler moved to Hyattstown, Maryland with his wife, son Lewis, and Lewis' wife shortly after their marriage on September 28, 1805.

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Lewis Tabler (1781 - 1847)

Lewis (Louis) Tabler Soon after his marriage (September 28, 1805), he migrated to Hyattstown, Montgomery Co., MD with his parents. He purchased in the lower end of town 15a of land and a tavern, wher...

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