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Husband | Male

George D. Shoemaker
 Birth  5 Oct 1803  Frederick Twp., Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania 
 Died     
 Buried     
 Married  8 Jun 1830   
 Father  George Shoemaker | F3524 
 Mother  Mary Detweiler | F3524 

Wife | Female

Anna (Nancy) Shuh
 Birth  31 Dec 1808  York Co., Pennsylvania 
 Died  20 Aug 1895   
 Buried     
 Father  Henry Shuh | F2894 
 Mother  Mary Kaufman | F2894 
 
Children

Child 1 | Female

Mary (Maria) Shoemaker
 Birth  6 Apr 1832   
 Died     
 Buried     
 Spouse  Elias Weber | F1690 
 Married  20 Mar 1855   

Child 2 | Male

Daniel Shoemaker
 Birth  30 Apr 1834   
 Died  2 Sep 1835   
 Buried     

Child 3 | Female

Anna (Nancy) Shoemaker
 Birth  6 Feb 1836   
 Died     
 Buried     

Child 4 | Male

Benjamin Shoemaker
 Birth  21 Jan 1838   
 Died     
 Buried     
 Spouse  Mary (Polly) Shantz | F1985 
 Married  23 Feb 1864   
 Spouse  Catharine Weichel | F1445 
 Married     

Child 5 | Male

Henry Shoemaker
 Birth  21 Aug 1841   
 Died  24 Nov 1877  Contestogo, Waterloo Co., Ontario 
 Buried     
 Spouse  Catharine Weber | F1610 
 Married  28 Oct 1864   

Child 6 | Female

Magdalena Shoemaker
 Birth  30 Oct 1843   
 Died     
 Buried     
 Spouse  Joseph Reist | F1097 
 Married     

Child 7 | Male

Moses Shoemaker
 Birth  1 Feb 1847   
 Died  15 Mar 1847   
 Buried     

Child 8 | Female

Sarah Shoemaker
 Birth  21 Jan 1848   
 Died     
 Buried     
 Spouse  Owen Shantz | F1979 
 Married  27 Feb 1870   

Child 9 | Female

Barbara Shoemaker
 Birth  8 Jul 1850   
 Died     
 Buried     

Child 10 | Male

Isaac Shoemaker
 Birth  5 Oct 1852   
 Died  23 Jun 1853   
 Buried     
 
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