I have located a tombstone in Clay Memorial Cemetery,Mansfield,Richland, OH that have the name Eliza
of and can not find any other infomation. In 1850 there is no census record for Mansfield, Richland County, OH. Can you steer me to some source to find which family John Dippery is part of?
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sometimes when this happens it is because what we assumed as the correct name - was actually a mis-spelling. how confident are you as to name spelling?0
Which surname are you questioning? I have so far in my records of at least 23 spellings that can actually ties to the family tree. The the Garmon name was originally translated to be Carmon on Find-A-Grave. The only Dipprey (Dippery) in that area is John Dipprey and Elizabeth German. This Dippery died in Rohersberg, PA in 1818. The German unsubstantiated death is Stouchsberg, PA. I don't have any idea if Garmon or Carmon is a misspelling of a surname.0