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Pvt Henry Clay Baker
Birth: Aug. 12, 1841
Eureka
Woodford County
Illinois, USA
Death: Mar. 13, 1915
Redwood Falls
Redwood County
Minnesota, USA

Private HENRY CLAY BAKER, Co. A, 86th Illinois

Henry Clay Baker was born on August 12, 1841 in Woodford County, Illinois, probably in Walnut Grove, Illinois, located near Eureka, Illinois, the son of Jonathan Baker and Sarah "Sally" (Bracken) Baker. Jonathan Baker was born on December 10, 1809 at __________, Kentucky, and was an early settler of Woodford County. He came to the area ca. 1826 before Woodford County came into being. Jonathan was a farmer. Jonathan also was a veteran of the Black Hawk War having enlisted in McLean County, Illinois on May 4, 1832. He was in Captain Robert McClure's Company of Mounted Volunteers.
Jonathan was married in McLean County, Illinois on December 19, 1833 to Sarah "Sally" Bracken, who was born c. 1812 at __________, Ohio, possibly in Champaign County, the daughter of Matthew Bracken and Jane H. (George) Bracken. Two of Sarah's brothers were Archibald and David George Bracken, who were both members of the 86th Illinois, so Henry served with two uncles in the 86th.
At the time of the 1850 census, the Baker family is found in Woodford county, Illinois;
Johathan Baker M 40 Kentucky
Sarah Baker F 38 Ohio
William Baker M 16 Illinois
John Baker M 14 Illinois
Henry Baker M 10 Illinois
Mary Baker F 8 Illinois
Nancy Baker F 8 Illinois
Sarah Baker F 4 Illinois

Jonathan died as the result of an accident on August 28, 1858. He was hauling bricks and just as he was preparing to unload them, the horses were startled and reared. He tried to catch the lines, but fell, and the horses pulled the load over his abdomen. He was dead in 30 minutes. At the time of the 1860 census, the Sarah Baker and her family are found in Olio Township, Woodford County, Illinois;
Sarah Baker F 45 Ky
Henry Baker M 18 Ill
Nancy J Goodell F 18 Ill
Laura Baker F 14 Ill
Sanford Baker M 5 Ill
Henry Goodell M 22 Mass

Sally and at least some of the children moved to Redwood Falls, Minnesota, where she is believed to have died and been buried. Seven children are believed to have been born to Jonathan and Sarah. They are;

1. William Francis Baker, born c. 1834/36 on a farm near Eureka, Olio Township, Woodford County, Illinois. In the 1850's William is believed to have been married to Hannah __________. William and Hannah were the parents of at least three children;
A. Marietta Baker, born c. July 29, 1858/59 in Illinois. Marietta died on September 1, 1862 at the age of 3 yrs., 1 mo. and 3 days and her mortal remains were laid in the Baker Cemetery in Woodford County, Illinois. See her Find A Grave Memorial# 14823912.

B. ___________ Baker, born c. September 9, 1862 in Woodford County, Illinois. This child died on August 4, 1865 at te age of 2 yrs., 10 mos. and 26 days and it's mortal remains were laid in the Baker Cemetery in Woodford County, Illinois. See it's Find A Grave Memorial# 14823918.

C. Charles Baker, born January 7, 1867 in Woodford County, Illinois. Charles Baker died on February 15, 1872 at the age of 5 yrs., 1 mo. and 8 days and his mortal remains were laid in the Baker Cemetery in Woodford County, Illinois. See his Find A Grave Memorial# 14823915.

D. (Possibly) William Baker, born c. 1864/65 in Illinois.

At the time of the 1860 census, William is believed to be residing in Olio Township, Woodford County, Illinois;
William Baker M 25 Ill
Hannah Baker F 21 Ind
Mariette Baker F 2 Ill

At the time of the 1870 census, William may be the William Baker found in Olio Township of Woodford County, Illinois. He must have lived in Olio Township at this time;
William Baker M 33 Illinois
Matilda Baker F 31 Kentucky
William Baker M 5 Illinois
Charles Baker M 2 Illinois

Hannah (__________) Baker is believed to have died in the 1870's, perhaps during or from the complications of childbirth.
In the 1870's William was married to Elmira/Elmyra LeBraun. William and Elmira were the parents of four children;
E. Etta Baker, born c. 1878 in Minnesota.

F. Calvina/Celina Baker, born c. 1880/81 in Minnesota.

G. Lewis H. Baker, born c. 1882/83 in Minnesota.

H. ___________ Baker, born c.

William and Hannah moved to rural Redwood County, Minnesota in 1876. About 1880, William and Hannah moved into the city of Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota, where they resided the rest of their lives. At the time of the 1885 Minnesota State census, the Bakers are found in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
William F Baker M 38y Illinois
Almira Baker F 37y Canada
Etta Baker F 6y Minnesota
Celina Baker F 4y Minnesota
Lewis H Baker M 2y Minnesota

At the time of the 1895 Minnesota State Census, the Bakers are found in Redwood Falls city, Ward 2, Redwood County, Minnesota;
William Baker M 59y Illinois
Elmira Baker F 47y Canada
Etta Baker F 16y Minnesota
Calvina Baker F 14y Minnesota
Lewis Baker M 12y Minnesota

William Baker died on September __, 1900 in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota. His mortal remains were laid in the Redwood Falls cemetery, Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota. See his Find A Grave Memorial# 162026189.

2. John A. Baker, born February 10, 1836; married Betty W. Payne on December 23, 1858; they are known to have had one child, Florence May Baker.

3. Henry Clay Baker; born August 12, 1841 in Woodford County, Illinois.

4. Nancy Jane Baker, born March 2, 1843; Nancy married Nathan Goodell on February 28, 1859; they had one child, Sanford Goodell who died at the age of 27.
TWINS - It was said that when the railroad was put through this area, the twins peddled milk, eggs and cream to the workers. Consequently, when the first train went over the track, they were given a free ride to the end of the track and back. This gave them quite a thrill.

5. Mary Elizabeth Baker, born March 2, 1843; Mary Elizabeth married George Lyman Barney on April 1, 1860.

6. Laura D. Baker was born on May __, 1847; died unmarried at age 18.

7. Sanford C. Baker was born c. 1855. At the time of the 1875 Minnesota State Census, Sanford is found residing with his brother, Henry, and his family in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Henry C Baker M Illinois
Mary Baker F Maine
Mira L Baker F Minnesota
Laura M Baker F Minnesota
Sanford C Baker M Illinois

Sanford was married to Emma S. __________; they had one child;
A. Harriet A. Baker, born

Sanford and his family lived in Minnesota; Sanford died on June 29, 1884.

In the 1880 census, Sarah "Sally" (__________) Baker is found residing with her son, Henry Clay Baker, and his family in Paxton, Redwood County, Minnesota. She is listed as Widowed;
Henry Baker Self M 38 Illinois
Mary Baker Wife F 35 Maine
Mira Baker Daughter F 8 Minnesota
Laura Baker Daughter F 6 Minnesota
Mrs. Baker Mother F 68 Ohio

Sarah died sometime after the 1880 census and her mortal remains were almost certainly buried in the

Now to continue with the biography of Henry Clay Baker;
On July 26, 1862, Henry Clay Baker volunteered for service in Eureka, Illinois to serve in a company which was being raised in Eureka and El Paso, Illinois in Woodford County by William S. Magarity, who had been the first man elected to serve as Woodford County Sheriff in the 1840's. He stated he was 21 years of age when he enlisted and his place of residence as Olio Township in Woodford County, Illinois.

ILLINOIS CIVIL WAR DETAIL REPORT
Name BAKER, HENRY C
Rank PVT Company A Unit 86 IL US INF

Personal Characteristics
Residence OLIO, WOODFORD CO, IL Age 21 Height 5' 8 3/4 Hair LIGHT
Eyes HAZEL Complexion LIGHT Marital Status SINGLE Occupation FARMER
Nativity EUREKA, WOODFORD CO, IL

Service Record
Joined When JUL 26, 1862 Joined Where OLIO, IL
Joined By Whom CPT MAGARITY Period 3 YRS
Muster In AUG 27, 1862 Muster In Where PEORIA, IL
Muster In By Whom N/A Muster Out JUN 6, 1865
Muster Out Where WASHINGTON, DC Muster Out By Whom LT SCROGGS
Remarks N/A

Two weeks later, on August 12, 1862, Henry's uncle, Archibald Bracken volunteered at Henry, Illinois in Marshall County, where he resided, to serve in what was to become Co. B of the 86th Illinois. Two days later, on August 14, 1862, Henry's uncle, David George Bracken, volunteered at Morton, Illinois in Tazewell County, where he resided, to serve in what was to become Co. G of the 86th Illinois. So three members of the Bracken ended up in three different companies of the 86th.
Back in Woodford County, when Magarity had about 100 volunteers, he took his company across the Illinois River to Peoria, Illinois where they went into camp at Camp Lyon, near present day Glen Oak Park. On August 27, 1862, 96 men of the Woodford County company, including now Private Henry Clay Baker, were mustered into service as Co. A of the 86th Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Magarity was elected Captain of Co. A.
On September 7, 1862, the men of the 85th & 86th Regiments of Illinois Volunteer Infantry marched out of Camp Lyon through the streets of Peoria to the railroad station where they boarded trains bound for Camp Joe Holt, in Jeffersonville, Indiana, which was located on the Ohio River across from Louisville, Kentucky. About the 1st of October of 1862, the men of the 85th & 86th were assigned to the 36th Brigade, which was being commanded by General Daniel McCook, then Colonel of the 52nd Ohio, also part of the 36th Brigade, and they were sent into Kentucky in pursuit of Confederate troops in Kentucky.
On Oct. 8, 1862, McCook's Brigade caught up with those Confederate troops and were briefly engaged withe them in the Battle of Perryville, Kentucky, the 86th suffering their first casualties. There would be many more in the coming years. After the Battle of Perryville, the Confederates withdrew from the State of Kentucky and the men of McCook's Briagde marched on to Nashville, Tennessee, where they would spend the winter of 1862/63.
During the next 2 and a half years, Private Henry Clay Baker would serve faithfully in Co. A. During this time, Henry was witness to and a participant in some of the bloodiest fighting of the Western Theatre of the war, including the Battles of Chickamauga, Georgia; Resaca, Georgia; Rome, Georgia; Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, Jonesboro, Georgia; Averysboro, North Carolina and Bentonville, North Carolina and also Marched with Sherman to the Sea.
Private Henry Clay Baker was still with the surviving member of Co. A when the were mustered out of the service on June 6, 1865 in Washington, D.C. Shortly after that, they were on a train bound for Chicago. There they received their discharge and they were soon headed home to Woodford County.
In the fall of 1867, Henry Clay Baker moved to Minnesota, where he bought a farm in Redwood County, Minnesota, located two and a half miles south of Redwood Falls, Minnesota. On May 24, 1869, Henry Clay Baker was married to Mary Brown, of Brown County, Minnesota. Mary was born on __________ __, 18__ (c. 1845) at __________, Maine, the daughter of __________ Brown and __________ (__________) Brown. Three children are known to have been born to Henry Clay Baker and Mary (Brown) Baker. They are;
1. Myra Belle Baker, born February __, 1872/73 in Minnesota. Myra was married to Arthur Jewel Cain (1869 - 1947) on September 12, 1894 in Redwood County, Minnesota. The children born to Myra Belle (Baker) Cain and Arthur J. Cain include;
A. Violet Muriel Cain, born November __, 1897 in Redwood County, Minnesota. Violet was married to Clarence Hawton in the 1920's. Two children are known to have been born to Violet and Clarence, including;
a. Warren Hawton, born c. 1927/28 in Washington.

b. Marilyn Hawton, born c. 1931/32 in Washington.

At the time of the 1930 census, the Hawtons are found in Seattle, King County, Washington;
Clarence Hawton Head M 33 Illinois
Violet Hawton Wife F 32 Minnesota
Warren Hawton Son M 2 Washington

Violet Muriel (Cain) Hawton died on ___________ __, 1938 and her mortal remains were laid in the Acacia Memorial Park in Lake Forest Park, King County, Washington. See her Find A Grave Memorial# 151660504.

B. Thelma M. Cain, born c. 1900/1901 in Redwood County, Minnesota.

C. Ernestine U. Cain, born May 7, 1902 in Redwood County, Minnesota. Ernestine was married to Anthony W. Lentz in the early 1920's. Anthony was a veteran of WWI, having served in the United States Army. Their children include;
a. Anthony W. Lentz Jr., born September 28, 1924 in South Dakota. Anthony Jr. died on January 22, 1959 and his mortal remains were laid in the Arcadia Memorial Park in Lake Forest Park, King County, Washington. See his Find A Grave Memorial# 58551954.

b. Gerald A. Lentz, born c. 1936/37 in King County, Washington. Gerald could be the Gerald R. Lentz, who was born on May 12, 1936, who died on March 28, 1980 and whose mortal remains lie in the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. See his Find A Grave Memorial# 3908535.

At the time of the 1930 census, seen below, and the 1940 seen immediately below, the Lentz family is found in Foy, Haller Lake Election Precinct, King County, Washington;
Anthony Lentz Head M 44 South Dakota
Ernestine Lentz Wife F 37 Minnesota
Anthony J Lentz Son M 15 South Dakota
Gerald A Lentz Son M 3 Washington

Anthony W. Lentz died on June 3, 1976, while Ernestine died on May 11, 1994. Their mortal remains were laid in the Acacia Memorial Park in Lake Forest Park, King County, Washington. See her Find A Grave Memorial# 58551871.

D. Theodore Arthur Cain, born February 14, 1904 in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota. Theodore was married to Ella __________ in the 1930's and at the time of the 1940 census, Theodore and Ella are found in Kenmore, Kenmore Election Precinct, King County, Washington;
Theodore Cain Head M 36 Minnesota
Ella Cain Wife F 33 Washington
Warren Hawton Nephew M 12 Washington
Marilyn Hawton Niece F 8 Washington

E. Charlotte M. Cain, born c. 1908/09 in Redwood County, Minnesota.

At the time of the 1900 census, Myra and her family are found in Redwood Falls city Ward 1, Redwood, Minnesota;
Arthur J Cain Head M Mar 1870 30 New York
Myra Cain Wife F Feb 1873 27 Minnesota
Violet Cain Daughter F Nov 1897 3 Minnesota
Harriett Baker Servant F 19 Minnesota

At the time of the 1910 census, the Cains are found in Redwood Falls Ward 2, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Arthur J Cain Head M 39 New York
Myre B Cain Wife F 37 Minnesota
Violet M Cain Daughter F 12 Minnesota
Thelma M Cain Daughter F 9 Minnesota
Ernestine U Cain Daughter F 7 Minnesota
Theodore A Cain Son M 6 Minnesota
Charlotte M Cain Daughter F 1 Minnesota

At the time of the 1920 census, the Cains are still found in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Arthur Cain Head M 49 New York
Myra Cain Wife F 47 Minnesota
Violet Cain Daughter F 22 Minnesota
Thelma Cain Daughter F 19 Minnesota
Earnestine Cain Daughter F 17 Minnesota
Theodore Cain Son M 15 Minnesota
Charlotte Cain Daughter F 10 Minnesota

In the 1920's, the Cains moved west to King County, Washington. At the time of the 1930 census, they are found in Seattle, King County, Washington;
Arthur Cain Head M 61 New York
Myra Cain Wife F 58 Minnesota
C Thelma Cain Daughter F 29 Minnesota
O Theordore Cain Son M 26 Minnesota
Anthony Lentz Son-in-law M 32 Minnesota
Ernestine Lentz Daughter F 27 Minnesota
Anthony Lentz Grandson M 5 South Dakota

At the time of the 1940 census, Myra and Arthur are found residing alone in Tract D-1, Seattle, Seattle Election Precinct, King County, Washington;
A J Cain Head M 71 New York
Myra Cain Wife F 68 Minnesota

Myra Belle (Baker) Cain died on March 29, 1947 in Seattle, King County, Washington and her mortal remains were laid in the Acacia Memorial Park in Lake Forest Park, King County, Washington. See her Find A Grave Memorial# 151660425.

2. Laura M. Baker, born May 6, 1874/75 in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota. Laura was married to William Rosendahl on June 22, 1904 in Redwood County, Minnesota. William Rosendahl was born on February __, 1874/75 in Sweden, the son of Jens Rosendahl and Ellen (Nelson) Rosendahl. At the time of the 1895 Minnesota State Census, the Rosendahl family is found in Delhi village, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Jens N Rosendahl M 51y Sweden
John Rosendahl M 26y Sweden
George Rosendahl M 24y Sweden
William Rosendahl M 22y Sweden
Ranghild Rosendahl F 17y Sweden

William Rosendahl is believed to be the William Rosendahl, who entered military service on 31 May 1898 at St. Paul, , Minnesota during the Spanish American War. He was 24 at the time he enlisted.

At the time of the 1900 census, William Rosendahl is found boarding in Redwood Falls city Ward 1, Redwood County, Minnesota. According to this record, the Rosendahl family immigrated in 1892;
Malcolm Mc Lean Head M 44 Canada Eng
Minnie Mclean Wife F 26 Canada Eng
Sadie Mclean Daughter F 9 Minnesota
Cathaline Mclean Daughter F 8 Minnesota
Florence Mclean Daughter F 7 Minnesota
Willie Mclean Son M 5 Minnesota
William Rosendahl Boarder M Feb 1874 26 Sweden

At the time of the 1910 census, the Laura and William Rosendahl are found residing with Laura's parents in Redwood Falls Ward 2, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Henry Baker Head M 68 Illinois
Mary Baker Wife F 65 Maine
Laura M Rosendahl Daughter F 35 Minnesota
William Rosendahl Son-in-law M 35 Sweden

Based on some newspaper articles that M. J. Myrom found, it appears that William Rosendahl was convicted of murdering a man named Lamberton in 1917. At the time of the 1920 census, William Rosendahl is in prison in prison. He was paroled in 1937. On March 30, 1943, William Rosendahl, age 69, was married in Los Angeles, California to Gladys (Peart) Strang, age 47. His parents are listed as Jens Rosendahl and Ellen Nelson.

William Rosendahl is believed to be the William Rosendahl, who, according to his tombstone, was born on Feb. 24, 1873 and died on Mar. 16, 1960 and whose mortal remains were laid in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. He served as a Private in Co. G of the 3rd Regiment of U. S. Infantry during the Spanish American War. See his Find A Grave Memorial# 85934157.

As for Laura, after William was convicted, she went to live with her mother. At the time of the 1920 census, Mary and her daughter, Laura, are found residing in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Mary Baker Head F 73 Maine
Cora O Ilett Boarder F 42 Minnesota
Laura M Rosendahl Boarder F 44 Minnesota

Laura was then married to Robert Bonner on September 28, 1928 in __________ County, ___________.

Laura was later married to William Holt on February 10, 1960 in ___________ County, ___________. Laura died on May 21, 1965 in Seattle, King County, Washington, but it is not known where her mortal remains were laid.

3. Marjory Clara "Madge" Baker, born January __, 1885 in Minnesota. Marjory was married to Roy Edgar Bunce on April 10, 1907 in Redwood County, Minnesota. The children born to Marjory and Roy include;
A. Iris N. Bunce, born c. 1908/09 in South Dakota.

B. June M. Bunce, born c. 1918 in South Dakota.

At the time of the 1930 census, the Bunce family is found in Seattle, King, Washington;
Roy C Bunse Head M 45 North Dakota
Madge C Bunse Wife F 45 Minnesota
Iris M Bunse Daughter F 21 South Dakota
June M Bunse Daughter F 12 South Dakota

At the time of the 1940 census, the Bunce family is found in Anchorage City, Anchorage Recording District - No. 31, Third Judicial Division, Alaska Territory;
Roy Bunce Head M 55 North Dakota
Marjarie Bunce Wife F 54 Minnesota
June Waugh Daughter F 21 South Dakota
Louis Waugh Son-in-law M 23 Idaho

After 12 years in Anchorage, the Bunce family returned to the Seattle area.

At the time of the 1875 Minnesota State Census, Henry C. Baker and his family are found in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Henry C Baker M Illinois
Mary Baker F Maine
Mira L Baker F Minnesota
Laura M Baker F Minnesota
Sanford C Baker M Illinois

At the time of the 1880 census, Henry Clay Baker and his family, including his mother, are found residing in Paxton, Redwood County, Minnesota. He is farming and his parents are listed as being born in Kentucky and Ohio.
Henry BAKER, Self Gender: Male Birth: <1842> IL
Mary BAKER, Wife Gender: Female Birth: <1845> ME
Mira BAKER, Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1872> MN
Laura BAKER, Dau Gender: Female Birth: <1874> MN
BAKER, Mother Gender: Female Birth: <1812> OH

In 1887, some of the surviving members of the 86th Illinois organized a reunion which was to be held in Peoria, Illinois on August 27, 1887, the 25th Anniversary of the mustering in of the men of the 86th Illinois. The reunion was a great successs, more than 125 men attended this reunion. Private Henry Clay Baker apparently came all the way from Minnesota to attend this reunion where he was able to spend time with 16 other members of "old Co. A". The reunions continued to be held on or about that date of August 27th through 1923, when the last surviving members of the 86th tearfully decided that the 1923 reunion would be their last reunion here on earth. The only other reunion which Private Henry Clay Baker was able to attend was the reunion of 1906, which 11 other members of Co. A were able to attend.

At the time of the 1900 census, the Bakers are found in Redwood Falls city Ward 1, Redwood County, Minnesota. His father and mother are listed as having been born in Kentucky and Ohio, respectively;
Henry C Baker Head M Aug 1841 59 Illinois
Mary Baker Wife F Feb 1845 55 Maine
Laura Baker Daughter F May 1875 25 Minnesota
Madge Baker Daughter F Jan 1885 15 Minnesota

Henry Clay Baker was a member of the John S. Marsh G.A.R. Post #85 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota.

At the time of the 1910 census, Henry and his family are found in Redwood Falls Ward 2, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Henry Baker Head M 68 Illinois
Mary Baker Wife F 65 Maine
Laura M Rosendahl Daughter F 35 Minnesota
William Rosendahl Son-in-law M 35 Sweden

Private Henry Clay Baker died on March 13, 1915 in Redwood County, Minnesota and his mortal remains were laid in the Redwood Falls Cemetery in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota.

At the time of the 1920 census, Mary and her daughter, Laura, are found residing in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota;
Mary Baker Head F 73 Maine
Cora O Ilett Boarder F 42 Minnesota
Laura M Rosendahl Boarder F 44 Minnesota

At the time of the 1930 census, Mary (Brown) Baker is found living in Seattle, King County, Washington with her daughter, Laura, who was married to Robert L. Bonner in the 1920's. Mary is listed as widowed;
Robert L Bonner Head M 49 Pennsylvania
Laura Bonner Wife F 51 Maine
Mary Baker Mother F 85 Maine

Mary (Brown) Baker is believed to have died on February 9, 1939 in Seattle, King County, Washington. It is not known where her mortal remains were laid.

by Baxter B. Fite III and M. J. Myrom, whose email address is mjmyromster@gmail.com

(Baxter would enjoy hearing from anyone, especially descendants of the Baker family, who might be able to add to the biographical material that we have on Henry Clay Baker and the Baker family. Baxter would also love to see copies of any photographs of Henry Clay Baker that may have survived the years, especially any showing him in uniform from his days in the service, added to his Find A Grave site for all to see.)

 
 
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 Parents:
  Jonathan Baker (1809 - 1858)
  Sarah Bracken Baker (1812 - ____)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Ann Brown Baker (1845 - ____)
 
 Children:
  Myra Belle Baker Cain (1872 - 1947)*
  Marjory Clara Baker Bunce (1885 - ____)*
 
 Sibling:
  William F Baker (1836 - 1900)*
  Henry Clay Baker (1841 - 1915)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Redwood Falls Cemetery
Redwood Falls
Redwood County
Minnesota, USA
 
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Record added: Jul 10, 2010
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