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William ENYEART
Catherine SHELL
Jane NORRIS
Husband:  William ENYEART
Birth:  1748-50
Death:  2 Sep 1825
Father:  David ENYEART, s/o John ENYEART, s/o Yellis ENYEART 
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Catherine SHELL
Marriage-2:  5/6 Sep 1788
Wife-2:  Jane NORRIS
Birth:  19 Aug 1772
Death:  20 Sep 1848, Lagro, Wabash Co., IN
Father:  Joseph NORRIS (b. 11 Jan 1728/9)
Mother:  Mary MOODY (b. 1 Dec 1730; d. 1817)
Children with Catherine SHELL:
  1.  John ENYEART
  2.  Mary ENYEART
  3.  William ENYEART
  4.  Elizabeth ENYEART
  5.  David ENYEART
  6.  (twin daughter) ENYEART, died at birth
  7.  (twin daughter) ENYEART, died at birth
Children with Jane NORRIS:
  8.  James ENYEART
  9.  Joseph ENYEART
10.  Silas ENYEART
11.  Thomas ENYEART
12.  Catherine ENYEART
13.  Benjamin ENYEART
14.  Jane ENYEART
15.  Rachel ENYEART
16.  Levi ENYEART
17.  Nancy Ann ENYEART, b. 1804/5, PA 
18.  Martha ENYEART
19.  Sarah ENYEART
20.  Rebecca ENYEART
21.  Margaret ENYEART
22.  Abraham ENYEART
23.  Elinor ENYEART


Sources:

1.  Messages in the Enyeart Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

2.  Archives of the CORBIN-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

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