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Vicki C. (#46790005)
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Bio Photo I am researching the names-Ives, Van Valkenburg, Wright, Babcock, Brush, Conklin, Kutz. Many of these people are from the East coast, New York, Connecticut, Massachuesetts, New Jersey. The Kutz's came from Germany in 1891 by way of Baltimore, MD.

If you think we may be distant cousins, please e-mail me, I'd love to hear from you!!

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Mary Jo
RE: Calvin Sherman 44536491
Thank you for posting! Can the following be added, as you did not include the burial or listing information for the record?
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Oakwood lists as:
Caleb Sherman
Buried 2 Dec 1903; 62 years of age.
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Added by Mary Jo on Feb 15, 2017 8:54 PM
Mary Jo
Calvin Sherman 44536491
Hello,

Dud to a name change from Caleb Sherman to Calvin Sherman, my listing in now a duplicate to your listing, 44536491. Finding additional information for Calvin/Caleb, I hope you will add to his page with proper credit, please, after which I will delete my entry.
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Birth: 1843
Death: 1903 St. Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri

Buried 2 Dec 1903; 62 years of age.
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Listed as:
Caleb Sherman
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FALLS DOWN TO HIS DEATH
CALEB SHERMAN, OF BELOIT, MEETS WITH A FATAL ACCIDENT AT ST.LOUIS
KNEW HE WAS SOON TO DIE

Special to The Register-Gazette.
Beloit, Wis., Dec. 1. - Caleb Sherman, for many years a resident of Beloit and for two years past a working man on the world's Fair buildings at St. Louis, died in the city Sunday night from the effect of injuries received by falling down stairs. A curious coincidence n connection with his death is the fact that he told his wife Saturday to pack up their belongings and make arrangements for returning to Beloit as he felt he had but a short time to live and he wanted to died in his old home[.] Sunday evening as he started to descend the stairs to the basement dining room Mr. Sherman lost his footing and fell, striking on his head. He lived but two hours. His body was brought to Beloit this afternoon for burial. Mr. Sherman was 65 years of age and leaves his widow and two daughter, Mrs. Nellie Webster and Mrs. Edith Setzer, both of this city. Mrs. Webster has been in the hospital for some time and Mrs. Sherman was here with her having returned to St. Louis but a few days ago. (Daily Register-Gazette [Rockford, Illinois] Tuesday, December 1, 1903, Page 3.) (Accessed and transcribed 15 February 2017 by Mary Jo.)
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Added by Mary Jo on Feb 15, 2017 7:37 AM
Connie Stewart
RE: Andrew Stewart
Thanks Vicki!
Have a great day!
Added by Connie Stewart on Feb 12, 2017 11:07 AM
KellyV
Linsey Milton Bigelow
I'd like to copy your photo of Lindsey Milton Bigelow's gravestone for my ancestry.com tree. He's my 4x great uncle. I will of course give you credit for the photo.

Kelly V.
Added by KellyV on Jan 26, 2017 9:27 AM
It'sTayler!!!
RE: Conrad and Celeste Lavin
You're very welcome!! :)
Added by It'sTayler!!! on Nov 01, 2016 8:20 PM
Ann Day
RE: Louise Pierce
You are welcome!
Added by Ann Day on Sep 23, 2016 6:58 PM
deanna french
Alex. Chrystie;Civil war vet FAG
I am a Vermont Civil war buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. Alexander Chrystie is one such patriot. may I use the photo that you contributed to his GAG memorial, to post on the Vt. C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Aug 27, 2016 10:28 AM
 

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