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Elizabeth (McDougle) Duke (1761 - abt. 1840)

Elizabeth Duke formerly McDougle
Born in Hyattsville, Prince George's, Marylandmap
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Wife of — married 14 Nov 1799 in Culpeper, Culpeper, Virginia, USAmap
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Died about at about age 79 in Clearcreek Township, Warren, Ohio, USAmap
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Elizabeth McDougle was born on 11 jan 1761 Hyattsville, Prince George's, Maryland, USA. She was the daughter of John McDougle and Charity DuVall. Elizabeth McDougle married Richard Duke on 14 Nov 1799 Culpeper, Culpeper, Virginia, USA. and they. had two Children

Elizabeth moved with her son's family William to Rushville, Ohio in the fall of 1839. In the spring of 1840, they settled in Wayne Township, Warren County. It was here that William's mother passed away on June 1840 at the age about 79.


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