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Jonathan Carl WILLIARD
Mary Elizabeth KLINGER
Husband:  Jonathan Carl WILLIARD
Birth:  1848
Death:  1929
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary / Myra / Myrah / Elmira / etc. KLINGER
Birth:  1851
Death:  1927
Father:  Moses KLINGER
Mother:  Angeline SCHOFFSTALL

The given name of Annie's mother varies oddly.  In the 1860 census, she was Elizabeth CLINGER (w/parents Moses & Angeline); in 1870, she was Mary KLINGER (w/parents, Moses & Angeline); in 1880, she was "Mioh" WILLIARD (w/husband, Jonathan); in  1900, her name is indecipherable, though she was indexed, "Minerva WILLIER" (w/husband, Jonathan C.); in 1910, she was "Myrah" or "Myiah" WILLIARD (w/husband, Jonathan C.); in 1920, she was "Myhia" WILLIARD (w/husband, Jonathan C.).  Some secondary sources give her other first names, such as, Elmira, Myra, Myrah, etc.  I'm going to assume "Mary Elizabeth" is correct and that all the rest were nicknames or arbitrary variations.

Children:
Annie L. WILLIARD, b. 1 May 1891, Lykens Twp., Dauphin Co., PA
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