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Elizabeth Stover Garrett
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Birth: Jul. 17, 1798
Lebanon County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Dec. 10, 1876
Richland County
Ohio, USA

Elizabeth Stover married into a Revolutionary War line. Her husband, George Garrett, was the second son of Anna Maria Valentine and Frederick Gehret (Garrett). His maternal grandparents were Philip and Maria Valentine. His great-grandfather was Henry Valentine, NSDAR #A116839 and wife, Anna Maria Weik. Elizabeth and George were married on 13 November 1818 in Heidelberg, Lebanon County, PA. They lived many years in Schaefferstown, PA and were the parents of 7 children. The children's names were Levi, Martha, Martin, John, Eliza, Sarah, and Franklin. George and Elizabeth (and several children) moved west to Ohio before 1850, first living in Knox County, Ohio, where he worked as a tailor while Elizabeth kept house. They then bought a farm and moved to Richland County, Ohio. Elizabeth remained in Richland County, Ohio until her death. 
 
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 Spouse:
  George Garrett (1797 - 1863)
 
 Children:
  John Garrett (1823 - 1894)*
  Sarah Garrett Boyer (1832 - 1911)*
  Franklin Garrett (1837 - 1861)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Elizabeth
Wife of
Geo Garrett
Died
Dec 10, 1876
Aged
78Y, 4M, 24D
 
Burial:
Dutch Hill Cemetery
Butler
Richland County
Ohio, USA
Plot: 9
 
Created by: Cindy
Record added: Nov 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61028832
Elizabeth <i>Stover</i> Garrett
Added by: Cindy
 
Elizabeth <i>Stover</i> Garrett
Added by: Cindy
 
Elizabeth <i>Stover</i> Garrett
Added by: Cindy
 
 
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G-G-G-G-Grandmother:I visited your grave last week and paid you my respects. Your children must have loved their parents so much as your marker is still beautiful after all these years. Your final resting place is down a long dirt road, and I was fortun...(Read more)
- Cindy
 Added: Nov. 2, 2010
 
 
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