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George W Willoughby (1806)

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George W Willoughby
Born in Tennesseemap
Ancestors ancestors
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] in Indianamap
Willoughby-97 created 30 Dec 2010 | Last modified | Last edit: 10 Dec 2017
17:23: Katherine (Alvis) Patterson edited the data for George Willoughby. [Thank Katherine for this]
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Date: say 1804
Place: Fauquier Co VA

Could not parse date out of Birth Date (say 1804).


Date: prob 1837
Place: Indiana

Could not parse date out of Death Date (prob 1837).


Note: @N8226@
@N8226@ NOTE
Death date of 9 Jan 1904 has been used. I doubt he was 115 at the time of his death. That late date is for George W Willoughby, son of John Calvin Willoughby, son of Elijah Jr.
U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907: one land grant to George W Willoughby in Clay Co IN, 1839.

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Date: 2 DEC 2008

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