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James Andrew Hawver

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James Andrew Hawver
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Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Date: 09 SEP 1832
Place: Christ Luth. Church, Ghent, Columbia County, NY
Source: #S303
Page: Vital Records of the Christ Lutheran Church, Ghent, Columbia Co., NY 1801-1901, p. 25, item # 483


Husband: Jacob A. Hawver
Wife: Anna Ostrander
Child: Nancy Catherine Hawver
Child: Sally Marie (Sarah) M. Hover
Child: James Andrew Hawver
Child: Mary Jane Hawver
Child: Margaret Hawver
Child: John Philip Hawver
Date: 10 AUG 1822
Place: Dutch Ref. Church, Claverack, Columbia County, NY
Source: #S303
Page: Marriage Record of Reformed Church, Claverack, NY 1727-1899, item # 1992


Source S303
Title: Kinship publications
Abbreviation: Kelly (Kinship)
Author: Kelly, Arthur M.
Publication: Kinship, Rhinebeck, NY

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