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Susannah BALLENGER-LARMAN-FOSTER, one of my GreatGrandmother's.

Source City Directories - Washington DC

Created 12 Aug 2008 - 1 view this week (712 total)

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Dewitt H. TEEPLE b. MI, UNION soldier, came to DC, to live after civil war.

Source City Directories - Washington DC

Created 12 Aug 2008 - 1 view this week (368 total)

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Edward HANDIBOE, a relative of William Roy HANDIBOE-b. DC

Source City Directories - Washington DC

Created 12 Aug 2008 - 1 view this week (412 total)

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Quincy W. FOSTER, one of my GreatGrandmth's husband, her second -DC.

Source City Directories - Washington DC

Created 15 Aug 2008 - 1 view this week (421 total)

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Lt Col, Meriweather LEWIS, who later became "Bevet General" POW.

Source Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA

Created 22 Sep 2008 - 1 view this week (492 total)

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William N. HANDIBOE, WWI draft card. Father of John Dewitt HANDIBOE.

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Created 22 Sep 2008 - 1 view this week (464 total)

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Henry LARMAN, former UNION solider died Oct 25, 1894. Washington DC.

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Created 30 Sep 2008 - 1 view this week (678 total)

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Howard Irving LEWIS at 90 and only son. Oct., 2008 in Maryland.

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Created 06 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (556 total)

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UNION soldier, John NORRIS from PA. From site re: fellow, POW, GRIFFING.

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Created 06 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (464 total)

Quincy W. FOSTER, born in Virginia, dec'd abt 1919, probably during WWI.

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Created 25 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (406 total)

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Quincy W. FOSTER, 2nd husband of Susanna or Susannah or Susie BALLENGER.

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Created 25 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (381 total)

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Herman ELFER'S death notice the New York Times 1960.

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Created 25 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (494 total)

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Albert STOKES and his family in 1930 DC fed census.

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Created 29 Oct 2008 - 1 view this week (566 total)

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Abner STETLER'S death certificate, died at age 90 in PA.

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Created 02 Nov 2008 - 1 view this week (497 total)

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Alvin H. INGALLS, husband of a STETLER or STELLER, or STETTLER.

Source Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index

Created 02 Nov 2008 - 1 view this week (473 total)

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My Grandmother listed on her 2nd husbands draft record.

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Created 17 Nov 2008 - 1 view this week (497 total)

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Allen Ellsworth LARMAN, Jr. this is his WWI regristration card and info.

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Created 26 Nov 2008 - 1 view this week (441 total)

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Quincy W. FOSTER's WWI draft card, which list's his wife, Susannah or Susie

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Created 13 Dec 2008 - 1 view this week (538 total)

George W. MUCH, b. PA, someone with the same name born in PA.

Source Census - US Federal 1860

Created 14 Dec 2008 - 1 view this week (436 total)

George William MUCH, Sr 1860 FED CENSUS taken in Phila, PA.

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Created 15 Dec 2008 - 1 view this week (410 total)

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