George Longcor and Amanda Howard

1. GEORGE LONGCOR was born 1826 in Athens, Ohio, and died December25, 1896 in Camp Point, Adams, Illinois. He married AMANDA AMERICAS HOWARD August 22, 1849
in Adams, Illinois, daughter of William Howard and Mahala May.
Notes on George: died of asthma in Camp Point. May have been captured in the civil war. Enlisted in the Illinois 78th infantry company G of the union army as a recruit 8-9-1862...mustered out 6-22-1865. Wife Amanda said he lived in Illinois 72 yrs. This contradicts the Census records.

Children of George Longcor and Amanda Howard are:

i. ABIGAIL CAROLINE LONGCOR, b. April13, 1863. Honey Creek Twp. Adams, Illinois; d. August 23. 1943.

ii. RILEY LONGCOR, b. September24, 1858, Camp Point Illinois'. d. April 1915, Quincy'. Adams, Illinois; m. (1) "Tillie. MOSS, June 19,1904; m. (2) ARMINIA JANE MCCLE.AN. June16, 1886'. rn. (3) LUCINDA MCLEAN, January 18, 1883, Quincy, Adams, Illinois.

iii. PETER LONGCOR, b. January 01, 1873, Illinois; d. March 11, 1955. Clayton. Illinois.

iv. JOSEPH LONGCOR, b. June01, 1868, Illinois; d. 1920.

v. ROBERT ANDREW LONGCOR, b. February 24,1860, Illinois: d. March 24.1934.

vi. MAHALA J. LONGCOR, b. July 12, 1850, Honey Creek Twp, Adams, Illinois; d. June03. 1928; m. JOHN A O'DEAR, July29, 1866.


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viii. EMMA CHRISTINE LONGCOR b. December06, 1852, Loraine. Adams, Illinois; d. February 19, 1852; m. THOMAS JEFFERSON TODD, May13, 1877, Loraine. Adams. Illinois.





x. EUFALA LONGCOR, b. November 02, 1869; d. February 06.1942. SpringfieId, McLean, Illinois; m. (1 BARRY HOWEll. (2) HENRY BANGSTON, October16, 190;m. (3)MORRIS O'BRIEN. November 16.1893, Springfield, Illinois.

xi. MARY ADALINE LONGCOR, b. 1863; d. 1940; m. (1) JOB JONES; m. (2) WES HUDSON.

Source and accuracy of this data has been lost
but is believed to be correct.

Longcor history courtesy of Greg Giesing.

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