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    James Mott, retired farmer; P. O. Bloomertown; son of Zachariah Mott, a native of Pennsylvania, who came to Ohio in the year 1818, and located in Darke Co., about two miles east of Gettysburg; lived there about six years, then moved to Tippecanoe Co., Ind., and from there to White Co., where he lived until death. James Mott, born in Darke Co., Ohio, April 22, 1819, lived with his parents until he was 10 years old, the time of his father's death; he came back to Ohio, and lived with an older brother for seven years, then began doing for himself. June 12, 1845, he married Miss Annie, a daughter of Joseph Elmore a native of South Carolina. They had two children, one living; Nancy F., married John Etter, who is tending the farm. Mr. Mott has a splendid farm of 160 acres, with first-class buildings upon it, situated south of the Mott pike.

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