Bureau County Biographies 1885
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MRS. LOVEY EATON, Princeton, was born June 12, 1814, in Eaton Strafford Co., N. H. Her maiden names was Lovey Bickford; her parents were Enoch and Nancy (Eastman) Bickford, natives of New Hampshire, where they died. They had seven children; of these only our subject is now living. She was married, March 12, 1837, to John L. Eaton. He was born July 27, 1792, and died September 5, 1870, in this county, to which he came in 1845. To Mr. and Mrs. Eaton five children were born, viz.: Andrew J. Eaton, born December 6, 1838; Mrs. Sarah E. Warren was born July 27, 1840. Her husband, D. K. Warren, is a native of Steuben county N. Y. He is now a resident of Astoria, Oregon, and quite wealthy. they have four children, viz: Lulu, Minnie, George T. and Freddie L. Truman W. Eaton was born February 2, 1843, in Oregon. He was a very bright young man, and formerly in a Government office in New Orleans Lewis M. Eaton was born December 20, 1845. He is now a resident of Astoria, Oreg. The youngest child - Lucy Eaton - died at the age of three years. Mrs. Eaton is yet living on the old homestead, and is a well read and energetic lady, although she has passed the allotted "three score and ten."

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