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of Platte Co, MO
1850 Platte Co, MO Census
p. 772/389, image 209, Oct. 10 1850
14/14 William BANTA 48 m Farmer RE=$150 KY
Mahala 45 m KY
Mouning 27 f MO
Nancy 15 f MO
Amanda 13 f MO
Malinda 11 f MO
William 20 m Farmer KY
(Source: Original census images on Ancestry.com)
William BANTA, son of Henry BANTA and Wilmouth Combs of Madison Co, KY. He married 19 Dec. 1822 Madison Co, KY, Mahala THORPE. Died 27 Sept. 1891 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA. Buried in Downey, Los Angeles Co, Ca. By 1890, he was in Ferguson, Garfield Co, CO. [source: RJ Turnerís website]. In 1860 he (age 58) was in Washington township, DeKalb Co, MO. For more information on this Banta family, see the Henry BANTA and Wilmouth Combs Family Report.
Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives
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