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Line 1 should be Calvin F. Duphorn (son of Samuel), Robert S.-son, Ella M.-daughter, Sarah J. Duphorn-daughter

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  • Beaty, Anna

  • Beaty, Daniel

  • Beaty, Isaac

  • Beaty, Margaret

  • Beaty, Matilda

  • Browers, Cecelia

  • Browers, Isaac

  • Browers, Martha

  • Dupon, Colvin F

  • Dupon, Ellen M

  • Dupon, Robert S

  • Dupon, Sarah J

  • Martin, Eugene

  • Martin, Hellen E

  • Martin, Isabel

  • Martin, Josph T

  • Martin, Mathias

  • Martin, William J

  • Mc Collior, Catharine

  • Mc Collior, James

  • Oneal, Catharine

  • Oneal, Ellen

  • Oneal, Jeremiah

  • Oneal, John

  • Oneal, Jonah

  • Oneal, Mary

  • Oneal, Michael O

  • Oneal, Patrick

  • Strausbaugh, Peter

  • Strusbaugh, Charles B

  • Strusbaugh, Emma

  • Strusbaugh, Jerry

  • Strusbaugh, Martha G

  • Strusbaugh, Mary E

  • Strusbaugh, Mary S

  • Strusbaugh, William

  • Sweany, James

  • Thompson, Alexander

  • Thompson, Edward

  • Wetzle, Samuel

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