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Ada E. Stewart German
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Birth: 1844
Death: 1922

Daughter of John E. (1813-1896) & Sophia (Whitehall) Stewart (1818-1892)

Ada and William had 8 children:

Cassandra S. German 1864 1880
John H. German 1866 1881
Nancy E. German 1868 1881
Gilla M. German 1872 1880
William C. German 1877 1880
Charles S German 1881 1976
Moses Samuel German 1883 1922
Edwin Sehon German 1885

Five of William and Ada's children died during the winter of 1880-1881 apparently of diptheria: Gilla M. German, Cassandra S German, John H. German, Nancy E. German, and William C German and are buried together.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  William H. German (1840 - 1912)
 
 Children:
  Cassandra S German (1864 - 1880)*
  John H. German (1866 - 1881)*
  Nancy E. German (1868 - 1881)*
  Gilley M. German (1872 - 1880)*
  William C German (1877 - 1880)*
  Charles Stewart German (1881 - 1976)*
  Moses S German (1883 - 1922)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Caledonia Cemetery
Magnolia
Putnam County
Illinois, USA
 
Maintained by: steve glenn
Originally Created by: Bonnie Koke
Record added: May 23, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14388143
Ada E. <i>Stewart</i> German
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Ada E. <i>Stewart</i> German
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Mother of eight children, including three born after the deaths of the first five: Charles S German (1881 1976); Moses Samuel German (b.1883); Edwin Sehon German (b.1885). Source: Memorial# 14388132
-Anonymous
 Added: Mar. 10, 2012
~~FIVE CHILDREN LOST~~The Henry Republican, Henry, Illinois, January 20, 1881, Magnolia: Mr. William German, on Clear Creek has buried his fifth and last child, a boy about 14 years old. All within four weeks. Diphtheria was the destroyer.
-Anonymous
 Added: Mar. 10, 2012

-Anonymous
 Added: Mar. 2, 2011
 
 
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