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Obediah B. Laycock
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Birth: Apr. 10, 1827
Tompkins County
New York, USA
Death: Oct. 20, 1905
Ingham County
Michigan, USA

He was married the first time with Mary Jane Webster on January 12,1851 In Vevay Twp,Ingham County Michigan.They also had three children in this marriage: Milton D Laycock born October 1853 Ingham County, Emma L born August 1856 Leslie Michigan, Harley Laycock born June 10,1857 Leslie Michigan

Husband of Clarissa Darling. 
Family links: 
  David Laycock (1799 - 1854)
  Sally Blackburn Laycock (1798 - 1863)
  Mary Jane Webster Bristol (1837 - 1915)*
  Clarissa Darling Laycock (1833 - 1887)*
  Emma Laycock Holloway (1852 - 1949)*
  Milton Laycock (1855 - 1942)*
  Harley Laycock (1858 - 1943)*
  Orilla Perdita Laycock Day (1861 - 1934)*
  Armanthia Adell Laycock Washburn Wasper (1868 - 1908)*
  Aminthia Adelia Laycock Wasper (1868 - 1908)*
  Ella C. Laycock Wasper (1873 - 1944)*
  Mary Laycock Briggs (1825 - 1914)*
  Obediah B. Laycock (1827 - 1905)
  William B Laycock (1833 - 1862)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: 12th Infantry Co G Michigan
Woodlawn Cemetery
Ingham County
Michigan, USA
Created by: Deb Hayes-Wolfe
Record added: Jul 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55494895
Obediah B. Laycock
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Obediah B. Laycock
Added by: Deb Hayes-Wolfe
Obediah B. Laycock
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- Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
 Added: Jul. 28, 2016
Obediah B. Laycock was 38 years old when he enlisted as a private at Jackson, Michigan, on February 28, 1865, and mustered into Company E, 12th Michigan Infantry. Private Laycock was mustered out at Camden, Arkansas, on February 15, 1866.
- Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
 Added: Jul. 28, 2016

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