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HUSBAND

Abraham Maugans  (1)
Parents Daniel Maugans, Mary Craver  (1)
Born Nov. 8, 1835, Frederick Co., Md  (1)
Died  
Buried  
WIFE Lizzie Fridley  (1)
Parents  
Born Aug. 18, 1843, Canton Berne, Switzerland  (1)
Died  
Buried  
Married May 14, 1866  (1)
CHILDREN Elden E. Maugans  (1)
  William A. Maugans  (1)
  Alice M. Maugans  (1)
  Oscar A. Maugans  (1)
  Charles Maugans  (1)
  Fannie G. Maugans  (1)
Infant - died young  (1)
Infant - died young  (1)

 

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OCCUPATION
Farmer and Stock-Raiser
MILITARY
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KNOWN RESIDENCES
Frederick Co., Md  (1)
1840; moved to Delaware Co., OH   (1)
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BIOGRAPHY
ABRAHAM MANGANS, farmer and stockraiser ; P. O. Ostrander; was born in Frederick Co., Md., Nov. 8, 1835. The parents, Daniel and Mary (Craver) Mangans, were both natives of Maryland, and the parents of three children, two of whom are now living ; in 1840, the parents removed to Delaware Co., Ohio, where they lived the remainder of their lives; the father died in 1853, and the mother in 1866; the father had previously been married to Miss Elizabeth Leatherman, of Maryland; she died in 1834. Our subject passed his early life assisting his father on the farm ; he received such education as the schools afforded; at 21 years of age, he began for himself as a farmer. He was united in marriage with Lizzie Fridley May 14, 1866 ; she was born in the Canton Berne, Switzerland, Aug. 18, 1843; from this union there were eight children, six of whom are now living-Elden E., born March 17, 1868 ;William A., Nov. 15, 1870 ; Alice M., Aug. 13, 1873 ; Oscar A., April 22, 1875 ; Charles, May 30, 1877, and Fannie G., Feb. 19, 1879 ; the deceased died in infancy without naming; Mr. Mangans owns a nicely improved farm of 188 acres, which for most part he has made by hard work, economy and close attention to business. Until late years, he was identified with the Democratic party, he now votes with the Prohibitionists, and is a strong advocate of the temperance cause.  (1)
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