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Samuel Peddicord
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Birth: Oct. 19, 1833
Madison County
Ohio, USA
Death: Mar. 1, 1913
Burr Oak
Jewell County
Kansas, USA


Samuel was born 19 Oct 1833 in Madison Co., Ohio, and died 1 Mar 1913 in Burr Oak, Jewel Co., Kansas. Samuel was a carpenter and the son of C. Milzor Peddicord (who died in Madison Co., OH in 1842) and Frances Mitchell (1800-1868). Samuel married on 2 Feb 1859 at Clinton, Dewitt Co., Illinois to Fiannah Frey. Fiannah was born 3 Jan 1839 in Marion Co., Ohio and died 24 Jan 1913 at Burr Oak , Jewel Co., Kansas. She was the daughter of Daniel Frey. Samuel and Fiannah had the following children: Alzora Dufama (1860-1898), Mary Luella "Molly" (born 1862) and Charles (born 1868).
 
 
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 Parents:
  Frances Mitchell Peddicord (1800 - 1868)
 
 Spouse:
  Fiannah Frey Peddicord (1839 - 1913)*
 
 Siblings:
  Catherine Ann Peddicord (1825 - 1867)*
  Thomas Peddicord (1829 - 1894)*
  William Peddicord (1831 - 1881)*
  Samuel Peddicord (1833 - 1913)
  Dulcena P. Peddicord Defenbaugh (1835 - 1854)*
  Sarah E Peddicord Reeves (1838 - 1911)*
  Nancy Frances Peddicord Phares (1840 - 1917)*
  Mariah Hester Peddicord Simpson (1842 - 1863)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Burr Oak Cemetery
Burr Oak
Jewell County
Kansas, USA
Plot: Section B, Block 6, Lot 8, Plot 12
 
Created by: Marnie Weeks
Record added: Jun 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71621924
Samuel Peddicord
Added by: Ellie Sparks
 
Samuel Peddicord
Added by: Ellie Sparks
 
Samuel Peddicord
Added by: Marnie Weeks
 
 
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