|Rick Fulbright (#47596005)|
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|Carole J. Gardner||Benjamin Locke|
Hello Again, With a little research I did find that Benjamin Locke died within a year after he and Phoebe were married. They were married on 3/25/1840. His will is published online under Indiana Wills and Probate Records, 1798-1999. The will was probated on 4/2/1841 in Switzerland County, Indiana, so his actual date of death would be sometime prior to that. His father, Peter and mother Rhoda are mentioned in the will as is his wife, Phoebe and daughter Cynthia Ann Locke.
|Carole J. Gardner||Phoebe Graham Ragan #90101859|
Hello Rick, This record was a duplicate of an earlier record created by the Wabash Genealogy Society Group. The last name on the original record was spelled Reagan which may be why you didn't find it.
Normally, our procedure would be to ask you to delete your record. However, since your record offers more information than the original record, and it appears this may be family for you, I am going to transfer my picture of the gravestone to your record and delete the original record which is #20629055.
Just some additional information which might be beneficial to you...a son by the name of James Ragan is also buried in Normanda. James never married. His obituary is posted on the online Normanda listing.
Also, Phoebe was married twice. She married first to Benjamin Locke in 1840. Her second marriage was to Thomas Jefferson Ragan on 12/31/1842. I do not know if the first marriage ended in divorce or death.
If you have any questions concerning these changes, please feel free to contact me. I'm glad to help any way I can. If you prefer, you may write to me through my e-mail which is email@example.com.
|Janet Personette||Goodling in Silverbrook|
Sorry the addition took so long. It has been added.
|Catie & Will||Ragan's Sharpsville cemetery|
All the connections have been made and we've posted all the obituaries that were available to us.
Sincerely, Catie and Will