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  • Name Aaron Luse 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I47205  Smith Smyth Schmidt Smythe Smitt
    Branches/DNA Smith Branch: Jesse Smith b 1791 NY m Easter Freer(Tree Only-No DNA)
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    Last Modified 18 Jan 2013 

    Family Martha Smith 
    • AARON LUSE, deceased, was a prominent farmer and early settler of Taylor Township. He was born in the State of Ohio, near the city of Cleveland, March 12, 1819, a son of William and Sarah (Burnett) Luse, early settlers of Ohio. He remained in his native State until nineteen years of age, and in 1838 came West and lived in Missouri about a year. From there he went to Van Buren County, Iowa, where he married Martha Smith, a daughter of Jesse and Esther (Frier) Smith. After his marriage he moved to Appanoose County, and settled on section 17, Taylor Township, where his widow now lives. He had a fine farm of 500 acres, and was an enterprising stock-raiser, a man of excellent judgment, and was well and favorably known in the county. He died August 5, 1881. Seven of the family of eight children are living: Rosette, wife of John A. Cline; Sarah J., wife of John Skinner; Martha, wife of E. Foster; Laura M., wife of George Andrew; William J.; Jackson; Mary, wife of T. J. Turner, and Douglas; the latter is deceased. Mr. Luse was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. He held several local offices of trust, among others justice of the peace and assessor.
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2013 16:23:24 
    Family ID F16998  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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