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09:58: Jan (Wall) Wall-Buker edited the data for James L Myers (1807-1888). (Research notes. Formatting.Adding sources. ) [Thank Jan for this]

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Last edited by Peter Rohman at 16:04, 3 October 2019.

Changes made by Jan Wall-Buker at 09:58, 29 November 2021.

Bio Changes
== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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James was born in 1807. He passed away in 1888.
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James was born on 2 May 1807 in Montgomery County, Kentucky to Jonathan Martin Myers, Sr. and Elizabeth Pryor. He married twice:
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1. Emaline Pulliam on 8 Aug 1825 in Garrard County, Kentucky and they ad one child, Ulysses H Myers (1821-1879).
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2. Evaline Stoker on 20 Jun 1827 in Putnam County, Iassed away in 1888.
== Sources ==
== Sources ==
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* "Public Member Trees", database, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/60934749/person/48187707100/facts : accessed 6 December 2018), profile for James Myers.
* "Public Member Trees", database, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/60934749/person/48187707100/facts : accessed 6 December 2018), profile for James Myers.
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* "United States Census, 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M66Q-DW6 : 18 February 2021), James Myers, 1860.
Middle Name
+ L
Birth Date
- 1807-00-00 + 1807-05-02
Birth Location
- Kentucky + Montgomery, Kentucky, United States
Death Location
- Meriden, Kansas + Meriden, Jefferson, Kansas, United States
Status Indicator on First Name
+ certain
Status Indicator on Middle Name
+ certain
Status Indicator on Current Last Name
+ certain
Status Indicator on Birth Date
+ certain
Status Indicator on Death Date
+ certain
Status Indicator on Death Location
+ certain


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