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John Riley Deardorff
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Birth: Jun. 23, 1857
Hancock County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jan. 26, 1923
Callaway County
Missouri, USA

John Riley Deardorff son of Andrew Jackson Deardorff and Elizabeth Coberly married Nancy Jane Scott daughter of John Charles Scott and Margaret Shepherd(K). John and Nancy had at least seven children; Myrtle Lee, Ebral Jackson, Emma Elizabeth, Daisy Mae, Leonard Franklin, John Ezra, and Mary Edith. John married Mary Prudence Griffith Lewis in 1911, after Nancy Jane died. Copyright Kuebler Research.
Family links: 
  Andrew Jackson Deardorff (1827 - 1874)
  Elizabeth Coberly Deardorff (1825 - 1899)
  Nancy Jane Scott Deardorff (1855 - 1906)
  Mary Prudence Griffith Lewis (1862 - 1942)
  Myrtle Lee Deardorff Stigers (1878 - 1958)*
  Ebral Jackson Deardorff (1880 - 1881)*
  Emma Elizabeth Deardorff Sublette (1881 - 1976)*
  Daisy Mae Deardorff Love (1884 - 1976)*
  Leonard Franklin Deardorff (1886 - 1966)*
  John Ezra Deardorff (1887 - 1946)*
  Mary Edith Deardorff Keithley (1892 - 1981)*
  Edwin Wallace Coberly (1845 - 1924)**
  Jesse Predmore Deardorff (1855 - 1923)*
  John Riley Deardorff (1857 - 1923)
  James Robert Deardorff (1859 - 1939)*
  Daniel Webster Deardorff (1861 - 1936)*
  Ada May Deardorff Deardorff (1863 - 1950)*
*Calculated relationship
Bachelor Cemetery
Callaway County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Betty Sublette Kuebler
Record added: Aug 26, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95958447
John Riley Deardorff
Added by: Roxanne Kuebler Weathers
John Riley Deardorff
Added by: Betty Sublette Kuebler
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God be with you, Great Grandpa.
- Betty Sublette Kuebler
 Added: Jul. 6, 2014
Peacefully sleeping, resting at last..His weary trials and troubles past..In silence he suffered, in patience he bore..Till God called him home, to suffer no more.
- Betty Sublette Kuebler
 Added: Oct. 22, 2012

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