Tom - Here’s a bit more info on your George Vermillion that I had in my Vermillion folder.
From - Browns History of Hancock Co. The year 1837 brought into the township quite a number of settlers, among whom are best remembered GEORGE VERMILLION, Nathaniel Main, Benjamin Ralston, Esdras Burns, James and John Cummans, David Grapes, John Stump, Thomas Wall, Thomas McElroy, David C. Brannan,James Reed, and James and William Gallant. IN THE SPRING OF 1837 GEORGE AND ANN B. VERMILLION SETTLED ON SECTION 1, FORMER A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA, AND LATTER OF GERMANY. THEY WERE MARRIED IN VIRGINIA. THEY MOVED FROM THE "OLD DOMINION" TO CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO, AND THENCE TO THIS TOWNSHIP,WHERE BOTH SPENT THE REMAINING YEARS OF THEIR LIVES. MR. VERMILLION DIED JULY 17, 1859, IN HIS SEVENTY-EIGHTH YEAR, HIS WIFE HAVING PASSED AWAY THE YEAR PREVIOUS. THEY REARED TWO CHILDREN, GEORGE AND MARY. THE LATTER BECAME THE WIFE OF WILLIAM M. MARSHALL, OF ORANGE TOWNSHIP, SOON AFTER THE FAMILY SETTLED IN THE COUNTY, AND GEORGE FINALLY REMOVED TO ILLINOIS.
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