Sam Peppard mother
Obituary. Died, at the home of her soli, Samuel Peppard, in Oskaloosa, Ks., on Thursday, Feb. 21, Mrs. Margery PEPPARP,aged 80 years and 3 months. Deceased w born in W estern Pennsylvania in December, 1796, her' maiden name being Moore. She was married in the spring of 1810 to John Peppard, and lived near Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, Ohio, the fruit of this union being nine children,- children,- of whdih six survive, viz: Samuel arid Thos., Oskalodsai Newton Leaden worth, Ks., two brothers in Iowa arid one in Ohio. After the death Of her husband Mrs. Peppard lived for some time at Wooster, Ohio, and came to this place in 1800. Deceased was a devoted member of the Presbvterian church for about 66 years', herself and husband being members of the first Presbyterian church of Fredricksbnrg, orgraiii't'd in 1817; and of the 30 members' of the congregation m 1820, Mrs. Peppard Peppard was the last, a sister who was also one of the band of 30 having died in Ohio a few years since. The history of the early struggles of this pioneer congregation ana its pastor, is very interesting, the log cabin of Johnathan Peppard, father-in-law father-in-law father-in-law father-in-law father-in-law of deceased, being one of ilie preach ing places before a church edifice was built.