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Jacob Myers Family Papers
1790 – 1881
1 os folder
Processed by: Julie Reid, May 2006
Jacob Myers and Lucy Corbin were married October 19, 1817. They had four children including Merritt, George, Eliza, and Narcissa. Jacob Myers was born September 10, 1792, and died April 24, 1872(?). Lucy Corbin was born May 9, 1794, and died August 29, 1881. Both are buried in Bethel Cemetery.
This collection contains a handwritten letter pertaining to the lineage of Jacob Myers and Lucy Corbin Myers of Bath County, Kentucky. It also contains three Quit Claim Deeds prepared for Daniel and Elizabeth Myers, Benjamin and Barbary(?) Myers, and John Fox Sr. and Vancy(?) Fox. All deeds pertain to land located in Marion County, Indiana that was previously held by Isaac Myers.
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1790 – 1881 Handwritten letter addressing the lineage of Jacob Myers and Lucy Corbin Myers of Bath County, Kentucky
Sept. 9, 1839 Quit Claim Deed prepared for John Fox Sr. and Vancy(?) Fox pertaining to land located in Marion County, Indiana
Jan. 26, 1855 Quit Claim Deed prepared for Benjamin Myers and Barbary(?) Myers pertaining to real estate located in Marion County, Indiana.
Aug. 29, 1857 Quit Claim Deed prepared for Daniel Myers and Elizabeth Myers pertaining to real estate located in Marion County, Indiana.
Size of Collection: 1 os folder
Collection Dates: 1790 – 1881
Provenance: Transferred from the Genealogy Division, March 25, 2005
Access : The collection is open for research use
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript and Rare Books Division, Indiana State Library.
Language: Materials are entirely in English
Alternate Formats: None