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Death Record for Deborah Shepard LeGate
Death Record for Deborah Shepard LeGate
 
 
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Death record for Deborah Vose Leggatt
Death record for Deborah Vose Leggatt
 
 
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Death Record for Elijah Hobart
Death Record for Elijah Hobart
"killed by cars" 
 
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Death record for Elizabeth LeGate
Death record for Elizabeth LeGate
 
 
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Death record for Franklin LeGate
Death record for Franklin LeGate
 
 
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Death record for Henry LeGate
Death record for Henry LeGate
 
 
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Death record for Henry LeGate
Death record for Henry LeGate
 
 
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Death Record for John Strehorn
Death Record for John Strehorn
Died 18 Fed 1770 of 'Worms' 
 
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Death record for Mary Morris
Death record for Mary Morris
 
 
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Death Record for Matilda McCraw
Death Record for Matilda McCraw
 
 
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Death record for Thomas LeGate
Death record for Thomas LeGate
 
 
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Death record for Thomas Leggatt
Death record for Thomas Leggatt
 
 
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Death record for Walter LeGate
Death record for Walter LeGate
 
 
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Death Record of Abram Lowman
Death Record of Abram Lowman
In Summit Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania
Cause of death 'Inflammation of the bowels' - colon cancer? 
 
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Deed to Bernhard's Farm (first page)
Deed to Bernhard's Farm (first page)
This Deed, also called a Patent, conveyed the land from Daniel Snider (Schneider) to Bernhard Zentmeyer. Interestingly, the farm was called "Bishwiler," which is the German spelling for "Bischwiller." Bischwiller is the town in Bas-Rhin, Alsace where Bernhard and Salome were married and where most of their children were born. But the fact that the farm was called Bishwiler prior to Bernhard's arrival in America points to the likelihood that Bernhard was following the path of earlier emigrants from Bischwiller who had settled near Penryn, including perhaps Snider.
Photo by Gary Zentmyer  
 
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Denver Directory 1892
Denver Directory 1892
 
 
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Dicksonburg Cemetery in Crawford, Pennsylvania
Dicksonburg Cemetery in Crawford, Pennsylvania
 
 
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Director, Second Presbyterian Church, Los Angeles, 1882
Director, Second Presbyterian Church, Los Angeles, 1882
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Documents from Martin Emmert's Estate
Documents from Martin Emmert's Estate
These documents, along with the Census records, show Martin Emmert's extended residence in Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 
 
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Dogern as it looks today
Dogern as it looks today
The body of water is the Rhine River.
Image courtesy Christine, a jewelry maker from Dogern 
 
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Dogern, Waldshut, Baden, Germany c.1796
Dogern, Waldshut, Baden, Germany c.1796
"Procession of the French from Swabia through Dogern in the Black Forest 1796"
The French were returning from a battle in Swabia, an area in southeastern Baden-Wuerttemberg, and Dogern is on the southern edge of the Black Forest.
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Donald Santmyer
Donald Santmyer
1914 Star Junction
Photo courtesy of Scott Fitzsimmons 
 
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Dorothy Zentmyer Headstone
Dorothy Zentmyer Headstone
 
 
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Dudley House, 895 Seventh Street, Charleston, Illinois
Dudley House, 895 Seventh Street, Charleston, Illinois
This Queen Anne Revival style house was purchased by Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Dudley in 1920 was occupied by them until their deaths in 1958 and 1960. It is in the National Register of Historic Places, and is currently the headquarters of the Coles County Historical Society. 
 
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Dwaine and Betty early in their marriage
Dwaine and Betty early in their marriage
 
 
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Dwaine Marlow Robison
Dwaine Marlow Robison
1940 High School Graduation photo 
 
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Earl also wrote The Ebony Image
Earl also wrote The Ebony Image
Published by Ashley Books, Port Washington, NY, 1980. Described as "An odd mystery by a white author of a mixed race Mississippi Vietnam vet eventually charged with murder." 
 
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Editorial letter defending the occupation of Railroad Attorney.
Editorial letter defending the occupation of Railroad Attorney.
Printed in the Norfolk News, 15 Aug 1902. Norfolk is about sixty miles from Schuyler. 
 
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Editorial, September, 1863
Editorial, September, 1863
 
 
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Edward and Myrtle later in life
Edward and Myrtle later in life
 
 
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Edward and Myrtle Marlow Robison
Edward and Myrtle Marlow Robison
 
 
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Edward H. Strahorn's Maryland Vehicle Registration
Edward H. Strahorn's Maryland Vehicle Registration
Edward H. Strahorn was an early adopter. In Fair Hill, he owned a Thomas B. Jeffery 7½ horsepower Rambler, and was issued license #537 on 6 Sep 1904. According to the Motor Vehicle Administration in Maryland, the first recorded automobile registration was in fact in 1904. There were no license plates, the registration number was painted on the car. The driver's license was a badge that was worn on the coat while driving. 
 
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Eliza Saintmyers McDonald Headstone
Eliza Saintmyers McDonald Headstone
 
 
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Ella Santmyers Miller
Ella Santmyers Miller
 
 
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Ellen Marion Bernard, Age 16
From high school yearbook
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Entering Dentlein am Forst, Ansbach, Bavaria
Entering Dentlein am Forst, Ansbach, Bavaria
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Entering Dogern
Entering Dogern
A Genealogist visits Dogern 
 
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Entering Haundorf Schnelldorf, Ansbach, Bavaria
Entering Haundorf Schnelldorf, Ansbach, Bavaria
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Entering Seiderzell, Feuchtwangen, Ansbach, Bavaria
Entering Seiderzell, Feuchtwangen, Ansbach, Bavaria
 
 
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Entering Unterampfrach Schnelldorf, Ansbach, Bavaria
Entering Unterampfrach Schnelldorf, Ansbach, Bavaria
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Envelope from Strahorn, Pierson & Co.
Envelope from Strahorn, Pierson & Co.
 
 
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Envelope from the Violin World addressed to L. A. Zentmyer in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Envelope from the Violin World addressed to L. A. Zentmyer in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
In his obituary, Lloyd was noted for playing the violin at the St. Thomas First Lutheran Church for many years. He was born and died in St. Thomas, and although the Census recorded him in other places, he was found in Pittsburgh only in the 1910 Census, thus dating the approximate period of the envelope. 
 
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Estate Distribution Proceedings for Joseph Brutsche 16 Jun 1858
Estate Distribution Proceedings for Joseph Brutsche 16 Jun 1858
Because Joseph did not respond to the notice above 
 
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Esther Belle at age 17, in the year 1918.
Esther Belle at age 17, in the year 1918.
 
 
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Eva Ann (Zentmire) Hemenway
Eva Ann (Zentmire) Hemenway
Photo courtesy Bernadette Ellerman 
 
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Eve Anne Zentmyer
Eve Anne Zentmyer
 
 
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Example of Fresno City Directories for 1914 - 1928
Example of Fresno City Directories for 1914 - 1928
This example is from 1926, and includes 'Margaret.' 
 
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Fannie Bauer Zentmyer
Fannie Bauer Zentmyer
In the Spring Lake Cemetery, Aurora, Kane Co., Illinois
Photo courtesy My Labor of Love 
 
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Fanny Ethel Santmyer
Fanny Ethel Santmyer
1909-1910 Star Junction
Photo courtesy of Scott Fitzsimmons 
 
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Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage
Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage
First published in 1911, Carrie's account of the Strahorn's adventures exploring the Western States was more readable that Robert's autobiography, Ninety Years of Boyhood, which never found a publisher.  
 

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