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Oliver Perry LOUTHAN
Elizabeth Brooks DEFEVERS
Husband:  Oliver Perry LOUTHAN
Birth:  19 Aug 1869, Decatur Twp., Washington Co., OH
Death:  17 Mar 1902, Geuda Springs, Sumner Co., KY
Disposition:  buried Mumford Cemetery, Barber Co., KS
Father:  James Fife LOUTHAN (3 Jul 1838- 23 Sep 1915)
Mother:  Martha Ann ELLIS (21 Dec 1842 - 14 May 1916)
Marriage:  31 Mar 1896
Wife:  Elizabeth Brooks / Lizzie J. DEFEVERS
Birth:  Jul 1879, Hart Co., KY
Death:  aft. 1930 census
Other Spouse:  m2. 16 Jul 1903, Marion Wesley BROWN
Father:  James Walker DEFEVERS, b. Sep 1836, KY
Mother:  Maria L. BROOKS, b. 18 May 1848, Hart Co., KY; m. 15 Feb 1872, Hart Co., KY
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1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1870 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  Perry LOUTHAN (æ 4m, b. OH) is living in Decatur Twp. (p. 89B), Washington Co., OH, with his parents, James LOUTHAN (æ 29, b. OH) & Martha (æ 28, b. OH), plus siblings.

3.  1880 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  O. Perry LOUTHAN (æ 11, b. OH indexed "O. Parry Louthan") is living in Decatur Twp., Washington Co., OH (p. 75A) with his parents, James LOUTHAN (æ 42, b. OH) & Martha (æ 37, b. OH), plus siblings.  Lizzie J. DEFEVERS (æ 11m, b. KY) is living in the Hardyville Dist., Hart Co., KY (p. 250D) with her parents, James W. DEFEVERS (æ 42, b. KY) & Maria L. (æ 31, b. KY), plus siblings.

4.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

5.  1900 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  can't find O.P. & Elizabeth, and I really looked.  James F. LOUTHAN (æ 31, b. Jul 1838, OH indexed "James L. Lanthan"), his wife, Martha A. (æ 57, b. Dec 1842, OH), and a child are living in Hayes Twp., Stafford Co., KS (p. 283A).  James W. DEFEVERS (æ 63, b. Sep 1836, KY), his wife, Maria (æ 52, b. May 1848, KY), and their children are living in Spring Twp., Woods Co., OK (p. 53B).

6.  1910 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  Elizabeth has re-married and is living with her second husband, Marion Wesley BROWN.

7.  Anon.  2 Apr 1902.  "Obiturary:  O.P. Louthan." The Barber County Index  (Medicine Lodge, KS), p. 1, col. 5 (online at the Barber County KSGenWeb site; contrib. by Ellen Knowles Bisson):
Died:  O.P. Louthan died at Geuda Springs, Kansas, March 17, 1902, after a lingering illness.  The remains were brought home for burial at Mumford, Barber county, Thursday, March 20.  Rev. F.S. Atwell conducted the ceremony.

The deceased was born August 19, 1869, and was joined in marriage with Lizzie B. Defevers, of Oklahoma, March 31, 1896, who survives him.  Mr. Louthan was an honored citizen, a Christian gentleman and a kind, affectionate and devoted husband.  The entire community mourns his early death.

8a.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

8b.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
James Walker DEFEVERS; Birth: 1838, Kentucky
Marriage: 15 Feb 1872, Hart Co., KY
Spouse: Maria L. BROOKS; Birth: 18 May 1848, Hart Co., KY
Source: patron submission

9.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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