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I was just starting to check what you have listed in the below email. There
is no way that Hannah could be Alzina's mother. Per a birth date of 1831
for Hannah, I have Alzina born between 1835 and 1840 depending on the census
records you look at.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave and Maureen" <nomosshere(a)ssctv.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 12:45 PM
Subject: [NYORLEAN] Clark Harrington and Hannah Whitmore (?)
Harrington,daughter Alzina Harrington Canfield
>I am looking for information on Clark Harrington and Hannah Whitmore (?)
> Harrington, parents of Alzina Harrington Canfield.
> I just received a very bad copy of Alzina Canfield's death certificate.
> died in Elbridge (Hart Lot) on February 3, 1900. If I am reading it
> correctly, she was sent to East Carlton for burial on February 4, 1900.
> course, there's no record) The certificate lists her parents as Clark
> Harrington and Hannah Whitmore(?) Clark is on the 1840 census in Elbridge
> but of course this is when family members weren't listed. His wife Hannah
> buried in the Sandy Creek Cemetery in the Town of Murray, NY She died
> 9-1-1906. Couldn't find any death information on Clark.
> Maureen Sausen
> Lincoln, CA
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Would anyone have anything on the following: Angeline PARKER, age 37, died in Barre
25 Sep 1849. I'm trying to find a birthday, where she was from and her family. She
married Daniel Parker and had six daughters. Thank you.
Los Lunas NM
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