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569. George8 Wallingford (Jonathan7, Garland6, John5, John4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born 19 September 1822. (Calculated from age on gravestone, although the age Shackford gives differs by one month, meaning he would have been born one month earlier. Check gravestone.) George died 31 October 1903, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(2988) He was buried in a private cemetery on the north side of Blaisdell's Corner Road in Berwick, Maine.

He married Almyra Wallingford, 24 March 1850, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(2989) They were both of Berwick when they filed their intention nearly two years earlier on 31 March 1848. The compiler of the Berwick vital records book from which this information was taken adds a "sic" note to the marriage date so the two year gap is apparently not a mistake.

Almyra was born about 1828. She may have been the daughter of Stephen Wallingford and Mercy Wallingford. (Based on age of 69 on gravestone, but this would have her being born before her parents were married. If she is the Almira Wallingford, age 22, living in the household of her in-laws in 1850, this would be additional confirmation of a birth about 1828. It may be that she belongs with a different set of parents.)

Almyra died 19 February 1899.(2990) She was buried in a private cemetery on the north side of Blaisdell's Corner Road in Berwick, Maine.

Almyra's parents were both Wallingfords, but neither her father nor her mother can be placed in the genealogy at present.

According to his gravestone he was a Civil War veteran.

George Wallingford and Almyra Wallingford had the following children:

child + 712 i. Andrew J.9 Wallingford was born 2 August 1853.

child 713 ii. Ira M. Wallingford was born 19 March 1859.(2993) (Gravestone) Ira died 24 January 1877.(2994) He was buried in a private cemetery on the north side of Blaisdell's Corner Road in Berwick, Maine.

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