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George Thomas Gdovin (1876 - 1919)

George Thomas Gdovin
Born in Nagy Folkmar, Szepes County, Kingdom of Hungarymap
Ancestors ancestors
Brother of and [half]
Husband of — married 5 Feb 1898 in DuBois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, USAmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Universal, Vermillion, Indiana, USAmap
Profile last modified | Created 23 Nov 2015
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Biography

This profile was first created by a GEDCOM import[1] and edited by Keith Riggle

Name: George Thomas Gdovin Sr. [2] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] AKA George Gergan (misreading on a census). [23] AKA George Golavin (misreading on a census). [8]

Born 24 DEC 1876. Nagy Folkmar, Szepes County, Kingdom of Hungary. [24] [14] [7] [10] [16] [20]

Died 12 DEC 1919. Universal, Vermillion, Indiana, USA. Map: Latitude: N39.621693. Longitude: W87.451408. [25] [4] [14] [15] [16] [20] Cause: Gunshot wound.

Naturalization as a Citizen: 2 AUG 1904. Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA. Map: Latitude: N40.494076. Longitude: W78.715347. [24] [23] [10]

Occupation: Coal Miner. [25] [23] [4] [9] [12]

Residence BET 1918 AND 1919. Universal, Vermillion, Indiana, USA. Map: Latitude: N39.621693. Longitude: W87.451408. [24] [4] [16] 1907 St Boniface, Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA. Map: Latitude: N40.666653. Longitude: W78.681091. [2] BET 1900 AND 1901. Hastings, Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA. Map: Latitude: N40.665051. Longitude: W78.712257. [23] [12] 1898 Sykesville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, USA. Map: Latitude: N41.050343. Longitude: W78.822258. [9] 1904 St Boniface, Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA. Map: Latitude: N40.666653. Longitude: W78.681091. [10]

Baptism: 26 DEC 1876. Nagy Folkmar, Szepes County, Kingdom of Hungary. [7]

Religion: Roman Catholic. [7] [15]

Immigration: OCT 1893. New York, New York, New York, USA. Map: Latitude: N40.714169. Longitude: W74.006378. [10]

Buried 15 DEC 1919. Riverside Cemetery, Clinton, Vermillion, Indiana, USA. [15] [17]

Marriage 5 FEB 1898. DuBois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, USA. [26] [27] [28]

Notes

Georgius (George/Juraj) Gdovin and Anna Klein are about 99% proven as George's parents. I believe they were his parents because the baptism date for their son Georgius was 26 Dec 1876, only two days after our George's believed birth date. In addition, they lived in Nagy Folkmar (today Velky Folkmar, Slovakia); a few other researchers believed our Gdovins came from there (Helen Seebold in particular). Most significantly, George's death certificate lists his father as George Gdovin born in Austria, which jibes, and his mother as Annie, no last name given, also born in Austria, which also jibes. The informant for George Gdovin's death certificate was his wife, Mary Gdovin. She was certain to have heard George say who his parents were. So until we can find corroborating evidence for his place of birth, such as his immigration record, this is about as good as it gets.

Veľký Folkmar lies in the Slovak district of Gelnica, Košice Region, at 48 ° 51'00 "S 21 ° 01'00" W. It was in the Hungarian county of Szepes (Slovak Spis) and was included in the 1869 Hungarian Census on FHL INTL film 2151173 Item 2, and in the 1828 Hungarian Census on FHL INTL Film 623102.

Former names of Veľký Folkmar: 1773 Folkmár, Folkmar, 1786 Folmar, 1808 Folykmár, Folymár, Folkmár, 1863–1902 Nagyfolkmár, 1907–1913 Nagysolymár, 1920 Veľký Folkmár, 1927– Veľký Folkmar Source: Juraj Cisarik, “Veľký Folkmar,” Slovakia Genealogy Tourist Guide, http:/www.cisarik.com0_Velky_Folkmar_Gelnica_KI_Szepes_Spis.html

George's Slovakian name was probably Juraj, or he might have gone by the Hungarian name, György.

If George immigrated to the US in 1882 at the age of 6, then surely he accompanied his parents. However, if he immigrated in 1893, then he could have come by himself.

George Gdovin and Mary Larko were married by Rev. A. Szymkiewicz in DuBois, Pennsylvania. He was the same minister who married Annie Larko and Joe Petkacs.

His death notice is in the Terre Haute Tribune, 13 Dec 1919, p. 1. The librarian at the Vigo County Public Library (Indiana) who looked it up for me said, "This was the only article I could find on your George and it is lacking place of funeral and burial or other survivor information. I searched the morning edition known as the Terre Haute Star and the evening edition called the Terre Haute Tribune and this was all I was able to come up with." Here is the text of the article:

UNIVERSAL MAN SLAIN BY SON IN QUARREL

UNIVERSAL, Ind., Dec. 13--George Gdovin, Jr., shot and instantly killed his father during a family quarrel at the home last night. The victim had been abusing his wife and the boy took the mother's part. This action was followed by the father leaving the house. He returned with an ax and after knocking in the door started after the boy, declaring he would kill him. Fearing for his life and that of his mother, the boy grabbed a shot gun and shot his father in the head. Gdovin, Jr., who will be 21 years of age next moth, has not been arrested. His act is held justifiable by the citizens of this place who know the facts. The said man had been mistreating his family for days and was of a mean disposition in his home affairs. The widow and two sons survive. The dead man was formerly employed in a local mine and his son worked with him.

FUNERAL SERVICES OF GEORGE GDOVIN TODAY

The funeral services of George Gdovin, who was shot and killed by his son George at Universal Friday night, were held at 9 o’clock this morning, at the Universal Catholic church. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. The officials seem to consider that the youth shot his father in self-defense and it is probable that the case will not be brought before the grand jury. Mrs. Gdovin and the son, George, were in Clinton Saturday afternoon to give further testimony. Source: “Funeral Services of George Gdovin Today,” The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana, 15 Dec 1919, p. 1 col. 7.

[Try to find a copy of the following article] Clinton Daily Clintonian - Clinton, Indiana - Dec 13 1919

Newspaper Archive Text: "... Appears to Have Been Done in Self-Defense While Son Was Endeavoring to Protect Mother From Attack; Gdovin Had Repeatedly Abused His Wife, According to Statements of Children and Neighbors...."

Research Notes

Goal: Determine George's village of birth and/or residence in Slovakia or Hungary

Plan: Find entry on passenger manifest. Find naturalization record (his WWI draft card said he was naturalized). Search passenger lists for friends and neighbors the person might have traveled with, then examine the list for your ancestor's (possibly garbled) name. If you can't find a town of origin, use censuses to see if his neighbors are from the same country, then study those folks.

Soundex for Gdovin = G315; it's the only name with this soundex. Spelling variations: G'dovin, Gdovine, Gdoven, Gdovan, Gergan, Godovin, Vdovin, Dovin, Gdowin

Searched CastleGarden.org <http://CastleGarden.org> for Gdovin, G'dovin, Gdovin*, Gdov*n, and Gergan but found nothing

Searched Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger List Index Cards, 1883-1948 at <https:/www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1921483>, but there were no cards for Soundex G315. There are no index cards for 1800-1882 (<https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection1908535>)

Searched 1910 US Census, Elder, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, which includes St Boniface, but found no names similar to Gdovin. Did find Stephen and Mary Larko.

Searched 1910 US Census, Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana, District 117, which included Clinton township (part of) excluding Clinton city and Fairview Park town. All south of the Clinton and Paris Gravel Road. Did not find any names similar to Gdovin.

Searched 1910 US Census, Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana, District 91 (Universal) but did not find any names similar to Gdovin.

Searched FamilySearch Hungary Catholic Church Records for Gdovin and found Gdovins in the following locations (but no George):

Gava, Szabolcs, Hungary Alsovárosi, Szeged, Csongrad, Hungary Bercel, Szabolcs, Hungary Hajduszoboszlo, Hajdu, Hungary Ujfeherto, Szabolcs, Hungary

"Population statistics show that in 1869, there were 1,818,228 Slovaks in Hungary (in Slovakia around 1,570,000). In 1900, that number rose to 2,008,744 (1,684,681 in Slovakia). [Stanislav J. Kirschbaum, A History of Slovakia: The Struggle for Survival, 2nd edition, p. 153]

GDOVIN in Slovakia in 1995, located 322 ×, the total number of sites: 75, mostly found in the following locations: PRESOV , reg. PRESOV - 37 ×; Petrovce , reg. Vranov Nad Toplou - 17 ×, Klagenfurt , reg. PRESOV - 14 x; Hankovce , reg. BARDEJOV - 13 ×, LASCO , reg. BARDEJOV - 13 ×; Nižná WILL , reg. BARDEJOV - 12 ×; VYSNe Raslavice (village Raslavice ) district. BARDEJOV - 12 ×; BYSTRA , reg. VRANOV NAD TOPL - 9 ×; Vranov Nad Toplou , reg. Vranov Nad Toplou - 9 ×; BARDEJOV , reg. BARDEJOV - 8 x; .. Source: http:/slovniky.korpus.sk?w=gdovin&s=exact&c=P9d4&lang=en&d=priezviska&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

There were Gdovins who came from Kojsov SPIS, and Lascov SARIS. Source: http:/slovakpride.homestead.comAbout_Us.html

According to a Marek Gdovec, who posted on the Ancestry message board, "All surnames [Gdovin/Gdovec] you wrote comes from Eastern Slovakia, district of Vranov nad Toplou."

In addition to the Catholic church, there were Lutheran churches in Slovakia called the Evangelium church. The Larkos were probably Catholic, so maybe the Gdovins were, too.

There was a census in 1869 in Hungary which included Slovakia. Family History Centers have it on microfilm.

The Slovak National Archives has birth and marriage indexes for villages but not death indexes. The LDS church is microfilming all the village death indexes.

Parish registration ceased and civil registration began on 1895. The parish registers were sent to the Slovak National Archives. These records go back to the 1600s.

11 Mar 2012

Searched GenTeam.at <http://GenTeam.at> for Gdovin, Larko, Largo, Rochinsky, and Roskovensky but found nothing.

8 Jan 2013

See notes for Mary Rochinsky

13 Jan 2013

Searched Cambria County Marriage License Index 1885 - 1920, http:/www.usgwarchives.net/pa/cambriamarriage-index.html, for "Gdovin" and "Larko" but did not find them.

Searched Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1882, https:/www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection1908535, for "Gdovin" but did not find anything.

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1883-1945, https:/www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection1921481, is being indexed.

Searched Cambria County Naturalization Dockets, http:/www.digitalcambria.com/ccpanccpani_list.php, for Gdovin and found George Gdovin, Docket D9, page 132, image 42021NA002985

Searched Cambria and York County Marriage Index, http:/www.digitalcambria.com/ccpamlccmlindex_list.php, for Gdovin and Larko but found nothing. Found their marriage license in Pennsylvania County Marriages at FamilySearch.

Possible source on Catholic churches: "100 years of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese 1843–1943". Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly, 17:1 (Summer 1990).

29 Jan 2013

Searched Ancestry.com All New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 for ?dov?n (both first and last names); did not find a George Gdovin born about 1876, arriving 1893. However, did note the following:

- Almost all spelled their name "Gdovin." A few variations were Vdovin, Gdoven - Before 1900 all departed from Bremen or Antwerp - Before 1900 all were listed as Hungarian

According to SteveMorse.org, the following ships departed Bremen and arrived in New York in 1893: Saale, Spree, Dresden (pages missing), Kaiser Wilhelm II, Lahn, Ems, Havel, Laughton, America, Elbe, and Aller. I scanned their entire lists for Gdovin, Dovin, Vdovin, George, Gyorgy, and Juraj but found nothing. The following ships departed Antwerp: Waesland, Friesland, Apollo, Rhynland, Westernland, and Chicago. Nothing. The following ships departed Hamburg: Rugia, Astrakhan, Moravia, Russia, Suevia, Dania, Marsala, Gellert, and Amalfi. Nothing.

Searched EllisIsland.org for all males named Georg*, Juraj, and Gyorgy born 1875-1877 who were Austrian, Hungarian, or Slovakian arriving 1892-1899: No names similar to Gdovin.

Searched CastleGarden.org for Gdo*, Glo*, Sdo*, Vdo*, but found nothing.

The passenger list he was on may have been lost, or his name was so badly misspelled I'm not recognizing it, or he didn't arrive in 1893, or he didn't arrive in New York. The passenger list probably didn't list his full place of residence anyway. Most of the earlier ones have just the country.

6 Nov 2017 - Searched “Ellis Island and Other New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957” at MyHeritage.com but did not find him.

Sources

  1. Gdovin-4 was created by Jeffry Gardner through the import of GEDCOM _ smaller 3.ged on Nov 16, 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Source: #S1185 Record for George Gdovin
  3. Source: #S1195 Record for George Gdovin, Registration Location: Vermillion County, Indiana; Roll: 1653180 Certainty: 4
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Source: #S101 p. 1, col. 1
  5. Source: #S96 entry for Helen Marie Gdovin Lowe (1949), https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZLF-75W : accessed 4 April 2012
  6. Source: #S509 p. 20
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Source: #S617 entry for Georgius Gdovin, 1876, FHL film number1739209, image 159, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KH8B-NNB; citing p. 51, entry 139, State Regional Archive of Presov, Slovakia. Original data: Rímsko-katolícka cirkev. Farský úrad Jaklovce (Gelnica) (Gelnica) (Main Author), Cirkevná matrika, 1716-1934 (Roman Catholic parish registers)
  8. 8.0 8.1 Source: #S622 entry for Mary Lork and George Golavin, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V26D-SMG, citing FHL microfilm 927551
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Source: #S623 entry for Mary Lork and George Gdovin, FHL film number 927551, digital folder, 4266156, image 442, citing Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, Register and Recorder, Marriage License Docket, Vol. II, p. 209, certificate number 3024 Link: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF9H-WKY
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Source: #S619 Docket 9, p. 132, 2 Aug 1904, Petition for Naturalization of George Gdovin
  11. Source: #S99 State of Colorado death certificate number 2956 for Albert James Gdovin
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Source: #S1 Cambria County, Pennsylvania, birth certificate for Albert James Gdovin, citing Registration of Births Docket, Vol. 3, p. 79
  13. Source: #S497 State of Nebraska report of marriage number N158 for Albert James Gdovin and Lois Lenore Morris, citing marriage license number 12847
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Source: #S99 George Gdovin, Vermillion County, Indiana, certificate number 38732 citing Book No. 4CH-1, page 51
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 Source: #S868 p. 1 col. 7 Link: http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10025/newspaper-archive?s=300943&itemId=582643113&action=showRecord&indId=individual-300943-11000140
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 Source: #S919 p. 1, col. 7 Link: http://newspaperarchive.com/us/indiana/clinton/clinton-daily-clintonian/1919/12-13/
  17. 17.0 17.1 Source: #S46 entry for George Gdovin Link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=155466197
  18. Source: #S1289 birth certificate 16400, 1911, Mary Gdovin, Greene County Link: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=IndianaVitalsBirths&h=1176779&indiv=try
  19. Source: #S1240 death certificate 91-047596, 1991, Martha L. Adair, Marion County Link: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=IndianaVitalsDeaths&h=1141228&indiv=try
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 Source: #S1240 death certificate 38732, 1919, George Gdovin, Vermillion County Link: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=IndianaVitalsDeaths&h=4714459&indiv=try
  21. Source: #S1240 death certificate 24, 1911, Leo. Gdovin, Greene County Link: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=IndianaVitalsDeaths&h=4281428&indiv=try
  22. Source: #S1289 birth certificate 16144, 1918, Joseph Gdovin, Vermilion County Link: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=IndianaVitalsBirths&h=8277941&indiv=try
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 Source: #S1202 Census Place: Hastings, Cambria, Pennsylvania, Record for George Gergan; Roll: 1389; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 161; citing NARA microfilm publication T623
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 Note: Nagy Folkmar is a former name for Veľký Folkmar, in the district of Gelnica, Košice Region, Slovakia Source: #S1195 Record for George Gdovin, Registration Location: Vermillion County, Indiana; Roll: 1653180
  25. 25.0 25.1 Source: #S100 entry for George Gdovin Sr. and Mary Larko
  26. Source: #S1202 Census Place: Hastings, Cambria, Pennsylvania, Record for George Gergan; Roll: 1389; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 161; citing NARA microfilm publication T623
  27. Source: #S622 entry for Mary Lork and George Golavin, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V26D-SMG, citing FHL microfilm 927551
  28. Source: #S623 entry for Mary Lork and George Gdovin, FHL film number 927551, digital folder, 4266156, image 442, citing Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, Register and Recorder, Marriage License Docket, Vol. II, p. 209, certificate number 3024 Link: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF9H-WKY
  • Source: X14 Repository: #X135 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Page: Ancestry Family Tree Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=83054032&pid=120
  • Repository: X135 Name: Ancestry.com
  • Source: X59 Record ID Number: MH:S7 Title: Newspaper Archive Publication: MyHeritage Note: Explore your family history through news articles, community news, national news, local news, sports news, current news, classified ads and historical data without the hassle of manually sorting through mounds of papers via the public library can benefit from this huge online archive provided by Newspaper Archive Page: http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10025/newspaper-archive?s=270946621&itemId=582643113&action=showRecord&indId=individual-270946621-1500135 Data: Date: 15 DEC 1919 Note: Event: Record Role: 10025:582643113: Data: Text:

    Clinton Daily Clintonian
    Publication: Clinton, Indiana, United States of America
    Date: Dec 15 1919
    Text: "...the other north tralin and arrives at Ninth street' twenty-four minutes earlier in the evening. FUNERAL SERVICES OF GEORGE GD0VIN TODAY The funeral services of George Gdovin, who was shot and killed by his ... son George at Universal Friday night, were held at 9 o'clock this morning, at the Universal Catholic church. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. The officials seem to consider that the youth shot his father in self-defense and it is probable that the case will not be brought before the grand jury. Mrs. Gdovin and the son, George, were in Clinton Saturday afternoon to give further..."

  • Source: X60 Record ID Number: MH:S9 Title: Riggle Web Site Author: riegelbaum Note:

    MyHeritage.com family tree

    Family site: Riggle Web Site

    Family tree: 300943-11 Data: Date: 30 MAR 2015 Note: Event: Smart Matching Role: 11000140 Data: Text: Added by confirming a Smart Match
  • Source: X9 Record ID Number: MH:S4 Title: FamilySearch Family Tree Publication: MyHeritage Note: The FamilySearch Family Tree is published by MyHeritage under license from FamilySearch International, the largest genealogy organization in the world. FamilySearch is a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church). Page: http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-40001/familysearch-family-tree?s=270946621&itemId=211100076&action=showRecord Note: Event: Record Role: 40001:211100076: Data: Text:

    George Thomas Gdovin Sr.
    Gender: Unknown
    Birth: Dec 24 1876 - Velký Folkmar, Gelnica, Košický, Slovakia
    Death: Dec 12 1919 - Universal, Vermillion, Indiana, United States

  • Source: S1 Birth Certificate
  • Source: S100 Gdovin, Lois Gdovin-Larko Family Group Sheets Publication: Name: Supplied by Gdovin, Denver, Colorado, 1993;
  • Source: S101 Universal Man Slain by Son in Quarrel Publication: Name: Terre Haute Tribune, Terre Haute, Indiana, 13 Dec 1919;
  • Source: S1185 U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com, online database and digital images, 2011;
  • Source: S1195 US Selective Service System U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Publication: Name: Washington, D.C., National Archives; FamilySearch, microfilm; Ancestry.com, online database and digital images, 2005;
  • Source: S1202 Bureau of the Census 1900 United States Federal Census Publication: Name: National Archives, Washington, D.C.; Ancestry.com, online database and digital images, 2004;
  • Source: S1240 Ancestry.com Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2015; NOTE<p>Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.</p>
  • Source: S1289 Ancestry.com Indiana, Birth Certificates, 1907-1940 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2016; NOTE<p>Indiana State Board of Health. Birth Certificates, 1907-1940. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.</p>
  • Source: S46 FindaGrave.com Publication: Name: Online database;
  • Source: S497 Marriage Certificate
  • Source: S509 Helen Marie G. Lowe Publication: Name: Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, 15 Feb 1949, NewspaperArchive.com, Digital images;
  • Source: S617 Slovakia, Church and Synagogue Books, 1592-1935 Publication: Name: FamilySearch.org, Online database, 2019;
  • Source: S619 Court of Common Pleas Naturalization dockets v. 6-9 1856-1906 Publication: Name: Cambria County, Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 1316240, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah;
  • Source: S622 Pennsylvania, Marriages, 1709-1940, Index Publication: Name: FamilySearch.org, Online database, 2013;
  • Source: S623 Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885 - 1950 Publication: Name: FamilySearch.org, Digital images, 2013;
  • Source: S868 Funeral Services of George Gdovin Today Publication: Name: The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana, 15 Dec 1919; NewspaperArchive.com, digital images;
  • Source: S919 Austrian Slain By Son in Family Quarrel Publication: Name: Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana, 13 Dec 1919; NewspaperArchive.com, digital images;
  • Source: S96 Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956 Publication: Name: FamilySearch.org, Digital images;
  • Source: S99 Death Records


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