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|Dutton, Daniel T., died Oct. 30, 1848, aged 36ys 11d Daniel Townsend Dutton was the son of Asa & Eunice (Townsend) Dutton. His mother died when he was young and he came to Ohio with his grandparents. He married Lucinda Page. He was the grandson of the Rev. War Soldier, Robert Townsend & his wife wife Ruth Sawtelle, who came to Meigs Co., Ohio in 1816 from Maine. They are also buried in Pageville Cemetery but no head stones remain.|
|Dutton, Carey B., died July 17, 1875, aged 27yr 11m 2d Carey B. Sutton was the son of Daniel T. & Lucinda (Page) Dutton.|
|Dutton, Carey B., 1880 - 1881|
|Townsend, Cordilla A., dau. of L.S. & E. J. Townsend, died June 7, 1839 , aged 4m 5d Cordilla is daughter of Leonard S. & Elizabeth J. Townsend and granddaughter of Rev. War Soldier Robert Townsend & Ruth (Sawtelle) Townsend.|
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