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Simon ASHCRAFT
Rachel HORN
Elizabeth KEMMER
Husband:  Simon ASHCRAFT
Birth:  19 Feb 1829, Bladensburg, Knox Co., OH
Death:  11 Aug 1882, KS
Disposition:  buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, Knox Co., OH
Father:  Jesse ASHCRAFT
Mother:  Mary Ann CHANEY
Marriage-1:  12 Nov 1853, Knox Co., OH
Wife-1:  Rachel HORN
Birth:  21 Oct 1832/3/4, Bladensburg, Knox Co., OH
Death:  10 Jan 1876, near Bladensburg, Knox Co., OH
Disposition:  buried 13 Jan 1876, Mt. Zion Cemetery, Knox Co., OH
Father:  Benjamin HORN
Mother:  Susanna "Susan" KEMMERER/KEMMER
Marriage-2:
Wife-2:  Elizabeth KEMMER
Could she be the daughter of Samuel & Hester (WOLF) KEMMER?
Child with Rachel HORN:
1.  Eliza Jane ASHCRAFT, b. Dec 1855, Bladensburg, Knox Co., OH; d. 23 Dec 1915; bur. Mt. Zion Cemetery, Knox Co., OH; m. 19 Dec 1865, Jackson PIPES
Children with Elizabeth KEMMER:
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Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kansas, Ohio

Sources:

1.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

2.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Ancestral File.

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