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1830 US census, Stafford, Genesee, New York, Fiske. 
 
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'A League of Their Own', 1992, Geena Davis.
"A League of Their Own", 1992, Geena Davis.
"A League of Their Own", 1992, Geena Davis. 
 
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'From New Mexico'. News of the movements of the Mormon Battalion.
"From New Mexico". News of the movements of the Mormon Battalion.
The Springville (New York) Express, Saturday, February 6, 1847 page 2. 
 
4
'I Dream of Jeannie' staring Barbara Eden.
"I Dream of Jeannie" staring Barbara Eden.
"I Dream of Jeannie" staring Barbara Eden. 
 
5
'Now we're married let's go to keeping house'
"Now we're married let's go to keeping house"
Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison walking with bride, Mary Scott (Lord) Dimmock, in front of White House. By George Yost Coffin. 
 
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'Scarface' Al Capone.
"Scarface" Al Capone.
"They've hung everything on me except the Chicago fire." - Al Capone.

Al was a gangster that came to prominence during Prohibition. To many he was seen as a hero. That image was tarnished by the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and it triggered his downfall.

Al is buried in Chicago and to many world wide still symbolizes Chicago. 
 
7
'Skippy' Gerber is Now A Benedict.
"Skippy" Gerber is Now A Benedict.
The Alton (Iowa) Democrat, Thursday, March 9, 1950 page one. 
 
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'Uncle' Charles Brigham Obituary.
"Uncle" Charles Brigham Obituary.
From: The Official Report of the First Six Meetings of the Brigham Family Association by Willard I Tyler, Self published, Chicago, 1900. 
 
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$1,000 Policy Sent To Widow Of Charles Evander Adams
$1,000 Policy Sent To Widow Of Charles Evander Adams
The Rock Island Argus (Rock Island, Illinois), 20 Jul 1922, Thursday, Page 12 
 
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$10 Salmon Portland Chase.
$10 Salmon Portland Chase.
1864 Ten Dollar Compound Interest Treasury Note  
 
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$10000 Salmon Portland Chase.
$10000 Salmon Portland Chase.
$10000 bill printed in 1934 featuring Salmon Portland Chase. 
 
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(Arvilla) Shinske and (Paul) VanDenberg Marriage
(Arvilla) Shinske and (Paul) VanDenberg Marriage
Dubuque Telegraph Herald And Times Journal, August 4, 1929, Page 6 
 
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(Dorothy) Dow and (Arthur) Muhs Marriage
(Dorothy) Dow and (Arthur) Muhs Marriage
Davenport Democrat And Leader, April 13, 1923, Page 10 
 
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(Dorothy) Dow and (Arthur) Muhs Marriage 2
(Dorothy) Dow and (Arthur) Muhs Marriage 2
Davenport Democrat And Leader, April 8, 1923, Page 17 
 
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(Gilbert) Dow and (Mary) Shaw Marriage
(Gilbert) Dow and (Mary) Shaw Marriage
Burlington Hawk Eye, August 30, 1902, Page 3 
 
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(Harry) EHmsen To Head Fund Drive
(Harry) EHmsen To Head Fund Drive
Iowa City Press Citizen, March 17, 1972, Page 19 
 
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(Joan) Council and (Hugh) Brems Marriage Announcement
(Joan) Council and (Hugh) Brems Marriage Announcement
Princeton Bureau County Record June 30, 1970, Page 7 
 
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(John Pillsbury) Snyder Adjutant To Rhinow
(John Pillsbury) Snyder Adjutant To Rhinow
The Tomahawk (White Earth, Minnesota), 27 Sep 1917, Thursday, Page 6 
 
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(Louis) Ward Wheelock And Son Declared Dead
(Louis) Ward Wheelock And Son Declared Dead
Delaware County Daily Times (Chester, Pennsylvania), 12 Jul 1955, Tuesday, Page 4 
 
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(Margaret) Brigham Rites
(Margaret) Brigham Rites
Greenfield Recorder, August 8, 1967, Page 8 
 
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(Mary Saunders) Harrison Succession
(Mary Saunders) Harrison Succession
Lincoln Star, December 8, 1944, Page 4 
 
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(Mary) Elizabeth (nee Krafft) Swan Obituary
(Mary) Elizabeth (nee Krafft) Swan Obituary
(Mary) Elizabeth (nee Krafft) Swan Obituary, Chicago Tribune, dated 1978-10-19. 
 
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(Patricia) Wheelock and (Kenneth) Wiersema Marriage
(Patricia) Wheelock and (Kenneth) Wiersema Marriage
Sterling Daily Gazette November 1, 1960, Page 31 
 
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(Rozella) Eaton and (Sherman) Cass Marriage
(Rozella) Eaton and (Sherman) Cass Marriage
(Rozella) Eaton and (Sherman) Cass Marriage, They Are Number 581 On The List 
 
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(William) Paarmann and (Hulda) Struck Nuptials
(William) Paarmann and (Hulda) Struck Nuptials
Davenport Daily Republican September 19, 1901, Page 7 
 
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15-Story Test Tube.
15-Story Test Tube.
The Waukesha Daily Freeman, Waukesha, Wisconsin, Wednesday, March 20, 1946, page 12. 
 
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151 Soldiers Named On Casualty List, George Fredrich Freese
151 Soldiers Named On Casualty List, George Fredrich Freese
Burlington Hawk Eye, December 3, 1918  
 
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1790 Lane.
1790 Lane.
1790 US Census Place, Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut, Page 430, Lane.
Free White Persons ­Males ­ 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons ­Males ­ Under 16: 5
Free White Persons ­Females: 3 
 
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1810 Lane.
1810 Lane.
1810 U.S. Census, Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut, Page 558.
Free White Persons ­Males ­ 45 and over:1
Free White Persons ­Males ­ 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons ­Males ­ 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons ­Females ­ 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons ­Females ­ 16 thru 25: 1 
 
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1820 Lane 2.
1820 Lane 2.
United States Census, 1820, Lowville, Lewis, New York, page 244.  
 
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1820 Lane.
1820 Lane.
United States Census, 1820, Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut, page 164. 
 
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1820 Wheelock.
1820 Wheelock.
United States Census, 1820, Orange, Franklin, Massachusetts, page 88. 
 
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1830 Brigham
1830 Brigham
1830 US census, Livonia, Wayne, Michigan, Brigham.
 
 
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1830 Brigham 2.
1830 Brigham 2.
1830 US census, Norwich, Windsor, Vermont, Brigham. 
 
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1830 Brigham 3.
1830 Brigham 3.
1830 US census, Norwich, Windsor, Vermont, Brigham. 
 
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1830 Lane
1830 Lane
1830 US census, Lowville, Lewis, New York, Lane.
Males:
One under 5.
Two 5 to under 10.
One 10 to under 15.
One 15 to under 20.
One 20 to under 30.
One 40 to under 50.

Females:
One 20 to under 30.
One 30 to under 40. 
 
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1840 Brigham
1840 Brigham
1840 US census, Livonia, Wayne, Michigan, Brigham.
 
 
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1840 Brigham 2.
1840 Brigham 2.
1840 US census, Norwich, Windsor, Vermont, New York,Brigham. 
 
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1840 Fiske.
1840 Fiske.
1840 US census, Batavia, Genesee, New York, Frederick & Amose Fiske families 
 
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1840 Lanphear.
1840 Lanphear.
1840 US census, Pitcairn, St Lawrence, New York, Lanphear.  
 
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1840 Skinner.
1840 Skinner.
United States Census, 1840, Van Buren, Onondaga, New York , page 383. 
 
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1840 Wheelock.
1840 Wheelock.
United States Census, 1840, Orange, New York, 
 
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1850 Adams 2.
1850 Adams 2.
1850 US census, Oswego, Kendall, Illinois, Family Number 203, Adams 
 
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1850 Adams.
1850 Adams.
1850 US census, Wilton, Franklin, Maine, Family Number 133, Jefferson Adams, Family 134, Jephthah Adams, Family 135, Moses Adams 
 
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1850 Avery.
1850 Avery.
1850 US census, Mill Creek, Jo Daviess, Illinois, Family Number 891, Avery. 
 
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1850 Backus.
1850 Backus.
1850 US census, Essex, New Jersey, Family Number 157, Backus. 
 
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1850 Barney.
1850 Barney.
1850 US census, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, Family Number 2050, Barney. 
 
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1850 Bills
1850 Bills
1850 US census, Rensselaer, New York, Family Number 3700, Bills.
 
 
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1850 Brigham
1850 Brigham
1850 US census, Livonia, Wayne, Michigan, Family Number 62, Brigham.
 
 
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1850 Brigham 10.
1850 Brigham 10.
1850 US census, Oakham, Worcester, Massachusetts, Family Number 192, Brigham. 
 

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