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Looking for any info the Christian Palmer Camery family who moved to Traer or
vicinity in 1864-''65, d. 2-10-1910 at Traer and is buried in Buckingham
Cemetary there. Married to Anna (?Hannah) Williams b. 1825 in New York. 6
children: Robert Adrian, Elizabeth O., Cora, Addie, Logan and Morgan Arthur
(my grandfather). I'm sure there must be some relatives living the Traer
area. Thanks! Jan Camery Pientok St. Francis, Wisconsin
I am seeking information about George Perry BAKER who died at Sunset
Restoriam in Traer 24 Nov 1951. George was born in WI 22 Feb 1859, and lived
in Tama County for several years before his death. George was raised in Story
County, IA and raised his own family in the Buena Vista Co., IA area before
moving to Tama County some time after 1900. George's son Paul lived in Traer
at the time of his father's passing. Can someone give me information about
George P. BAKER in Tama County?
Bruce Nichols Mapmaker3(a)aol.com
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