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John Grove MYERS
Mary LINDLEY
Husband:  John Grove MYERS
Birth:  10 May 1799, Mercer Co., KY
Death:  10 May 1868, McLean Co., IL
Disposition:  buried Scrogin Cemetery, McLean Co., IL
Father:  Henry MYERS, Sr.
Mother:  Anna Catherine NEGLEY
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary LINDLEY
Birth:  25 Mar 1801, Christian Co., KY
Death:  7 Sep 1857, Randolph's Grove, McLean Co., IL
Disposition:  buried Scrogin Cemetery, McLean Co., IL 
Father:  John LINDLEY, Jr.
Mother:  Elizabeth GRAY
Children:
  1.  Jacob W. MYERS, b. ca. 1822, McLean Co., IL
  2.  Catharine MYERS, b. 25 Feb 1825, McLean Co., IL
  3.  William Henry MYERS, b. ca. 1829, McLean Co., IL
  4.  Sarah Jane MYERS, b. 5 Jun 1830
  5.  John Francis MYERS, b. ca. 1831, McLean Co., IL
  6.  George W. MYERS, b. ca. 1832, McLean Co., IL
  7.  Margaret A. MYERS, b. ca. 1835, McLean Co., IL
  8.  David D. MYERS
  9.  James M. MYERS
10.  Elizabeth C. MYERS


Sources:

1.  Anon.  1986.  Family Histories:  Christian County, Kentucky, 1797-1986.  Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY.  Biographical sketch of John's father, Henry Myers, on p. 318.

2.  LDS.  Ancestral File and IGI (online).

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