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William Armour established his business in Hagerstown in April 1810. His brothers Samuel and Thomas worked in the business earlier according to the advertisements in the newspaper.In the Hagerstown Weekly Advertiser issue dated 8 April 1812 appeared the advertisement stating that William Armor, tailor, continues his business in the shop lately occupied by Lewis R. Fechtig, next door to his former stand.In December 1814 he had his tailoring business in the "2-story stone house on Franklin St, Hagerstown, near the Public Spring.Last advertisement for his tailor shop was May 2, 1820 " For rent" Subject: Real Estate TailorsZwisler opens tailor shop April 10, 1821.
In 1878 his widow stated that at the time of his enlistment he was a tailor, born in Baltimore City, 5 ft, 6 inches, black hair, dark eyes, light complexion. A private under Captain Quantrill, Washington County in the War of 1812.Following his discharge he lived at No. 3 Ross St. for 8-10 years, then boarded for several years at different points in Baltimore City, and at 133 Madison St. for 10-12 years.George F. Armor is listed as one that aided in preparing the body of Wm. Armor for burial.Bounty land warrants: 1855, 120 acres, #62975; Pension applications: WO 12474, WC 50-40-15406.