Note: That she was married under the name of Ann Dallins, to Samuel Mumma, in 1839 by Rev. Benninger at Mifflin, Mifflin Co., PA there being no legal barrier to such marriage, neither of them having been married before.
It is unclear whether her maiden name was Dallas, Dallins, or Davis. Davis is listed in some later records, but Dallins was recorded on the Widow's pension application
1880 Census, PA, Dauphin Co., Lykens Twp, ED 119, Sheet ? , 8 June 1880, p. 297D Mumma, Ann, 61, widow, keeping house, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Henry, 24, son, married, laborer, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Frank, 21, son, single, laborer, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Ellar, 18, daughter, single, helping at home, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA Mumma, Edward, 15, son, single, b. PA, Fa: PA, Mo: PA
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Book, Dauphin Co. Pa, Vital Records by Phillip A. Rice, Jodi A. Germani and Jean A. Dellock, Vol 1, Southwest Pa. Genealogical Services, Laughlintown, Pa. 1991 ----------------------------------------- Samuel Mumma died in Lykens, Dauhin Co., 12 Sep 1870. Survived by Martin Mumma, son, MIllersburg; Rebecca Zerby, dau, Lykens; William Mumma, son, Lykens; Amanda Free(sic) dau, West Virginia; John Mumma, son, Lykens; Sarah Frank, dau, Millersburg; Frank Mumma, son, Coaldale; Ellen Stoner, dau, Lykens; Edward Mumma, son, Millersburg. Petition for Letters of Administration made by Martin Mumma (affirmed) and B.F. Stoner(affirmed) 3 Nov 1898.
Annie Mumma died in Lykens, Dauphin Co. Pa., 16 Oct 1898 at 11:45 am. Survived by (repeats above data), 3 Nov 1898.
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