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Commemorative biographical record of Washington county : J.H. Beers & Co : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
ILLIAM LEONARD was born December
'■•, 1824, in Greene county, Peun., and his
lather, Lot Leonard, was also a native of
the same county. His grandfather, Lot
Leonard, was born in New Jersey, and in
early life came to Greene county, Penn., where he
was married to a Miss Huge, who bore him chil-
dren as follows: William, John, Lot, Isaac, George,
Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah and Leah. Mr. Leonard
was a soldier in the war of the Revolution, and a
Federalist in politics. He preached Presbyterian-
ism, Methodism and Quakerism, bu4 finally became
a Freethinker, and preached his own new doctrine
until he died, at the age of ninety-two years.
leonard_family  leonard_william  j_h_beers_and_company  washington_county_pennsylvania  coen_family  cowan_family  fort_cowan  book  archive_org  1893  pennsylvania 
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Portrait and biographical record of Montgomery, Parke and Fountain counties, Indiana
p. 312
Portrait and biographical record of Montgomery, Parke and Fountain counties, Indiana: containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens : together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States
Chapman Brothers
Chapman Bros., 1893, 718 pages
William Sayers was three times married. His second wife was Margaret Cooper, and his third wife, to whom he was married in Fountain County in 1845, was Rachel Crane. He had a numerous family of children, as follows: Lloyd, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1819, married Rhoda Coen, and died at their residence in Pleasant Hill in 1846; Rachel, born in Pennsylvania in 1821, and now the wife of Hon. Isaac M. Coen, a farmer of Fountain County, who was elected to the Indiana Legislature by the Republican party in 1856, and served two terms, but is now deceased
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