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Dane Gavin Pehrman. 
Born 1261964 New York, Bronx, New York, USA. 
Facebook: 1264303247. 
Note: 1964-1965: Bronx, NY. 1965-1982: Elmwood Park, NJ. 1982-1984: Pomona, NJ. 1984-1985: Smithville, NJ. 1985-1986: Galloway Twp, NJ. 1986-1988: Port Republic, NJ. 1988-1989: Maple Shade, NJ. 1989-1996: Lindenwold, NJ. 1996-2003: Williamstown, NJ. 2003-Present: Laurel Springs, NJ.
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Marriage Husband @P3@. Wife @P2@. Child: @P1@. Marriage 14 Feb 1962. New York City, New York, USA. 
This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.
1964-1965: Bronx, NY 1965-1982: Elmwood Park, NJ 1982-1984: Pomona, NJ 1984-1985: Smithville, NJ 1985-1986: Galloway Twp, NJ 1986-1988: Port Republic, NJ 1988-1989: Maple Shade, NJ 1989-1996: Lindenwold, NJ 1996-2003: Williamstown, NJ 2003-Present: Laurel Springs, NJ
Thank you to Dane Pehrman for creating WikiTree profile Pehrman-2 through the import of Pehrman Family Tree.ged on Jun 14, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Dane and others.
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