Gottlieb Langer (between 1821 and 1831—)

Gottlieb Langer has no recorded parents. He was born between 1821 and 1831 .

He married Isabella Wilton. He married Isabella Wilton on 1 March 1874 at Franklin County, Iowa, USA. 1Isabella (Sybill) Wilton, thinking that her husband, John Whitesell, was dead, married Gottleib Langer. When she found out her first husband was still living, she divorced Gottleib. They were divorced.

Isabella Wilton was the daughter of William Wilton and Martha Dunn. She was also known as Sivill Wilton.She was also known as Sybil Wilton.She was born on 19 April 1826 at Bruton, Somerset, England. She was baptized on 28 April 1826 at Bruton, Somerset, England. She died on 19 March 1902 at Iowa Falls, Hardin County, Iowa. She was buried at Union Cemetery, Iowa Falls, Iowa, USA.

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born 19 April 1826 at Bruton, Somerset, England died 19 March 1902 at Iowa Falls, Hardin County, Iowa

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William Wilton

born 12 December 1797 at Bruton, Somerset, England died 17 December 1844 at St Thomas, ON, CA

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Martha Dunn

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Source: Marcia Coan

 
Franklin County, Iowa, USA
 
Bruton, Somerset, England
 
Iowa Falls, Hardin County, Iowa
 
Union Cemetery, Iowa Falls, Iowa, USA
 
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