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Henry H. HOLT
Harriet E. MIDDLETON
Mary S. DYER
Husband:  Henry H. HOLT
Birth:  31 Jul 1842, Munson, Geauga Co., OH
Death:  Montpelier, Muscatine Co., IA
Father:  Elijah Hale HOLT
Mother:  Jane HERRINGTON
Marriage-1:  9 May 1863, Carroll Co., IL
Wife-1:  Harriet E. MIDDLETON
Marriage-2:  29 Sep 1866, Carroll Co., IL
Wife-2:  Mary S. [N.?] DYER
Birth:  6 Jun 1848, Bedford Co., PA
Children with Harriet MIDDLETON:
-
Children with Mary DYER:
-


Sources:

1.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 17631900:
HOLT, HENRY H MIDDLETON, HARRIET E CARROLL 05/09/1863 OMR/0139  
HOLT, HENRY H DYER, MARY S CARROLL 09/29/1866   B/   4  140
FLEMING, HUGH M HOLT, MARY MRS CARROLL 06/01/1890   B/  94 3712
Is this last record of Henry's widow getting remarried?  But if so, why is she back in Carroll Co.?

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1870 (Broderbund CD-319):  not found in Muscatine Co., IA; no Carroll Co., IL, records on CD.

3.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1880 (Broderbund CD-320):  no Carroll Co., IL, or Muscatine Co., IA, records on CD.

4.  Ancestry World Trees (online at Ancestry.com).

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