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Note: Additions to the information found in Plumb's History of Hanover are shown below in red text.
George LAZARUS, 1 was of German descent; was born in 1761 in Northampton County, PA; married Mary HARTZELL; removed with his family to Hanover in 1818; lived on the flats in Hanover; owned Lot No. 5 [First Division], adjoining the Ashley cross-road on the east; died in Hanover in 1844. They had:
John LAZARUS 2 (George 1) was born in Northampton County in 1796; came to Hanover with his father's family in 1818; married Polly DRAKE; lived in Hanover near his father; died in Wilkes-Barre in 1879. They had:
George LAZARUS 2 (George 1) was born in Northampton County, PA in 1809; came to Hanover with his father's family in 1818; married Margaret BARBER; lived in Pittston and died there in 1882. They had:
Thomas LAZARUS 2 (George 1) was born in Northampton County, PA in 1816; came to Hanover with his father's family in 1818; married Rachel MILLER; lives [in 1885] on the original farm of his father in Hanover, on the north side of Solomon's Creek, and of the old canal, and of the N. & W. B. R. R. [N. & Wilkes-Barre Railroad], at the station called Plymouth Ferry. They had:
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