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Solon Dyer Agard
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Birth: Sep. 10, 1879
Livingston County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 17, 1967
Monroe County
New York, USA

#1 - Anna B Coe (married 13 Sept 1899; divorced Nov 1912)
#2 - Florence Antoinette "Hendricks" Geminder (married 25 Mar 1914)
#3 - Belle Becker (married Apr 1930, Rochester, NY)
#4 - Edith

physical description in 1918: medium height & build; blue eyes; light hair

occupations: farmer; meat market proprietor; shipping clerk for Bourgois Perfume Co. for 25 years; operated a trailer park in Lakeville after retirement

(sources: Livingston Co., NY Historian's Office; obituary in "Livonia Gazette", Livonia, NY, 21 Sept 1967 issue, p. 3; "United States Social Security Death Index"; "United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918"; "Livingston Co. Leader & Livingston Democrat", Genesco, NY, 25 Apr 1930 issue, p. 2; "Dansville Express", 14 Nov 1912 issue; "Livonia Gazette", 15 Sept 1899 issue; obituary in "Livingston Republican", Geneseo, NY, 21 Sept 1967 issue)
Family links: 
  Frank Norman Agard (1848 - 1934)
  Helen Bailey Agard (1848 - 1926)
  Belle Edna Becker Agard (1888 - 1970)
  Edith Agard (1883 - 1975)
  Myrtle Belle Agard Sharpe (1901 - 1993)*
  Norman Solon Agard (1902 - 1987)*
  Harold V Agard (1905 - 1927)*
*Calculated relationship
Oak Ridge Cemetery
South Livonia
Livingston County
New York, USA
Created by: Allison Ferris Pierce
Record added: Nov 17, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 120463758
Solon Dyer Agard
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Solon Dyer Agard
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- Allison Ferris Pierce
 Added: Nov. 17, 2013

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