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Maternal ancestors from Albion, Nobel Coounty

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Re: Maternal ancestors from Albion, Nobel Coounty

Posted: 12 Jan 2013 7:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Singrey, Ackerman
Here is an account my grandmother had from old records, for anybody else who might stumble across this:

THOMAS SINGREY, eldest child of Jacob, was born in Blatimore, Maryland, on March 12, 1801. He moved to Richland County, Ohio in 1816, married Catherine Ackerman of Knox County, Ohio and located in Troy Township, Morrow County, Ohio, where they had five children born to them.

Thomas was a man of commanding presence, a superb physique and an old school Baptist and an old line Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democrat. With the whole family, Jacob, John, Andrew Jackson,* Harvey, and Amy Ann, he moved to Noble County, Indiana in 1858. They lived two miles east of Albion, the county seat, had a beautiful home, and were noted for their virtues and hospitality.

*My great-great grandfather.
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