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Elizabeth Jane Martin Auten
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Birth: Feb. 16, 1854
Death: Nov. 18, 1918
Monroe County
Michigan, USA

Elizabeth Jane Martin, daughter of the late Dr. Henry and Mary Martin, of Wallaceburg, California, and wife of J. W. Auten, was born Feb. 16, 1854. She died Nov. 18, 1918. She married in 1874. There were 7 children, 6 of them still living; Mrs. Mabel Laskey of Milan, Mrs. Jessie Rapps of Milan, Mrs. Mertie Rainier of Covington, IN, Clayton Auten of Toledo, Stanley Auten of Milan, Willard Auten of Toledo, and daughter Gertie who died at age 16. Source: Genealogist Friend vol. 3 page 76 at Milan Public Library.

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Elizabeth Auten was born in Feb. 1854. She was 46 when the 1900 census was taken. She was born in Canada, her father was born in England, her mother was in Mich. Lived with husband John Auten at the time of the 1900 census in Milan township.

Obit and Bio Info provided by Find A Grave contributor Martha Churchill. 
Family links: 
  John McCan Auten (1849 - 1920)*
  Mabel Auten Laskey (1875 - 1934)*
  Gertrude Auten (1877 - 1893)*
  Jessie Auten Rapps (1880 - 1929)*
  Mertie Auten Rainer (1883 - 1973)*
  Norman Stanley Auten (1887 - 1961)*
  Willard M. Auten (1889 - 1963)*
*Calculated relationship
Rice Cemetery
Monroe County
Michigan, USA
Created by: Robert M Brown
Record added: Feb 04, 2010
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Elizabeth Jane <i>Martin</i> Auten
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Elizabeth Jane <i>Martin</i> Auten
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