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William Tannahill
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Birth: Dec. 5, 1849
Franklin County
New York, USA
Death: Jan. 6, 1933
Los Angeles
Los Angeles County
California, USA

William Tannahill was born in Franklin Co. New York which is just over the border from Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada where his parents lived. His parents were William Tannahill and Janette White. He was married to Lillian Rosalee Bowlsby on Dec 31, 1878 in Butler Co., Nebraska. They had 3 children, Amy Arvilla, Lydia Luella and Glen Ray. William and Lillian moved to California with his daughter, Amy and her family. 
 
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 Parents:
  William Tannahill (1819 - 1862)
  Jeanette White Tannahill (1824 - 1908)
 
 Spouse:
  Lillian Rosalee Bowlsby Tannahill (1861 - 1943)*
 
 Children:
  Amy Arvilla Tannahill Bagley (1879 - 1964)*
  Lydia Luella Tannahill Sargent (1881 - 1969)*
  Glen Ray Tannahill (1889 - 1966)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Tannahill (1845 - 1905)*
  Jane Elder Tannahill Morton (1846 - 1924)*
  William Tannahill (1849 - 1933)
  James Tannahill (1852 - 1874)*
  Anna Tannahill (1855 - 1878)*
  George H Tannahill (1857 - 1935)*
  Isabelle Margaret Tannahill Morton (1858 - 1948)**
  Ella Christine Tannahill (1861 - 1865)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Inglewood
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Plot: Aster
 
Created by: Marilyn Harrison
Record added: Oct 05, 2010
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William Tannahill
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William Tannahill
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William Tannahill
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I was born a year after you died. I wish I could have known you. I am your great grandaughter. Thank you for the legacy you have left.
- Marilyn Harrison
 Added: Oct. 5, 2010
 
 
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