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George P. DEARDOFF
Eliza CORBIN
Husband:  George P. DEARDOFF / DEARDUFF / DEARDORF / DEARDORFF
Birth:  ca. 1830
Marriage:  15 Jun 1853, Franklin Co., OH
Wife:  Eliza CORBIN / CORVIN
Birth:  ca. 1834
Other Spouse possibly:  9 Sep 1855, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, Andrew FETHER
Sister possiblySarah Jane (CORBIN) UPDEGRAFF FETHER
Father possiblyWilliam CORBIN
Mother possiblyArminella "Eliza" BUCKINGHAM
Children:
-
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Ohio

Source:

1.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1998.  Marriage Index: Ohio, 1851-1900.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-236):
Deardoff, George P. Corvin, Eliza 15 Jun 1853 Franklin Co.
Feather, Andrew Dearduff, Elizabeth  1 Sep 1855 Franklin Co.
Updegraph, Reuben Corbin, Jane  5 Mar 1857 Franklin Co.
Feher, Andrew Uptegraft, Jane  6 Oct 1861 Franklin Co.
The question here is whether the Eliza CORVIN/CORBIN who married George P. DEARDOFF is the Elizabeth DEARDUFF who later married Andrew FEHER/FETHER/FEATHER.  If so, the question then becomes whether Elizabeth CORVIN/CORBIN is a sister of Sarah Jane CORBIN, who married her widowed husband.  My guess is yes.

2.  Email from Mark Vangundy:  says George & Eliza had a son, George DEARDORFF (13 Apr 1854; d. 19 May 1922).

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