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1001 She was nicknamed "Georgie". Lawrence, Georgia Anna (P5960)
 
1002 She was nicknamed "Georgie". Bailey, Georgia (P8127)
 
1003 She was nicknamed "Olive". Anderson, Sarah Olive (P7285)
 
1004 She was nicknamed "Polly". Wyman, Mary (P1995)
 
1005 She was nicknamed Nathalie. Gilbert, Anatolie M Rose (P30188)
 
1006 She went by the name Agnes. Littlefield, Mary Agnes (P3308)
 
1007 Shot in the left knee on 2 Jul 1863 at the Battle of Little Round Top, he died of wounds at 5th Corps Hospital (Fiscel farm). Billings, Charles W (P9100)
 
1008 Slain by a group of Indians pretending to be traders. Luther, John (P3648)
 
1009 Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration. Source (S957997572)
 
1010 Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. Source (S980301928)
 
1011 Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. Source (S983314985)
 
1012 Some records list her as Lizzie J, while other records indicate her name was Jennie L. Reynolds, Lizzie Jennie (P3851)
 
1013 Source records indicae her father was born in Michigan and her mother was born in Illinois. Thomas, Alice Minerva (P5621)
 
1014 Source records indicate he died at Emory General Hospital and his cause of death was chronic bronchitis. Young, Lewis P (P3615)
 
1015 Source records indicate he lived twelve hours and died from "infantile trouble". Robinson, Son (P19037)
 
1016 Source records indicate he was a lieutenant, junior grade, killed by hostile action when the helicopter he was piloting was shot down. His body was recovered and buried at Ft Rosecrans National Cemetary in San Diego, California. Barden, Arnold Winfield (P4599)
 
1017 Source records indicate he was a mariner and drowned accidently in Sep 1859. Ladd, Oliver (P6232)
 
1018 Source records indicate he was a Methodist clergyman. Scott, Joel (P40094)
 
1019 Source records indicate he was a private serving in the US Army during the Korean War. He is buried in the Danforth Cemetary. Ellingwood, Guy E (P3300)
 
1020 Source records indicate he was employed as a bottler in a bottling works. He was never married. He was buried in Swansea, Massachusetts. Morse, Darrell A (P4707)
 
1021 Source records indicate he was employed as a farmer and the cause of his death was accidental. Beedy, Fred M (P11664)
 
1022 Source records indicate her name is Mary. Curtis, Nancy (P14224)
 
1023 Source records indicate her primary cause of death was pneumonia, with influenza as a contributing cause. Haynes, Louisa Evelyn (P38492)
 
1024 Source records indicate his place of death as Leed Junction Goodwin, Harry W (P13896)
 
1025 Source records indicate she died of phthisis pulmonalis or more commonly, tuberculosis. Smith, Cynthia (P3079)
 
1026 Source records indicate she was idiotic. Gilpatrick, Rachel Augusta (P17109)
 
1027 Source records indicate she was known by several names including Sophia and Marie Louise Gagne. Quirion, Josette (P36985)
 
1028 Source records indicate she was on the barge Haverford in Boston Harbor at the time of her death from ileocolitis. Preble, Madeline A (P14720)
 
1029 Source records indicate she was the adopted daughter of James and Fanny. Her first husband, David Winship Faulkner, was also taken in and raised by this couple. Lester, Gertrude Elizabeth (P997)
 
1030 Source records indicate the birth was attended by Dr. Curtis Farrell, Leslie Collier (P7581)
 
1031 Source records indicate the cause of death was a cerebral hemorrhage (duration: three days). She had suffered a previous attack five months prior to this second episode. Jennings, Eva J (P2349)
 
1032 Source: Maine Death Records Crocker, Eunice (P346)
 
1033 Sources indicate he was found dead in a concrete pit, after setting up a make-shift tent to keep warm. Papers found in his pocket identified him as Elijah Moore Beale, 48, of Baltimore, Maryland. Cause of death: Carbon monoxide poisoning. Beale, Elijah Moore (P7)
 
1034 Sources indicate he was self-employed as a water systems specialist, his wife's name was Mary, and he lived in Preston, Connecticut. Beale, Elmer George (P286)
 
1035 Specifically, Pemberton Ridge. Graham, Pearl Gladys (P32013)
 
1036 Stark Cemetary Hickey, William K (P1162)
 
1037 State of Maine. Maine Death Index, 1960-97. Augusta, ME, USA: State of Maine Department of Human Services. Source (S981323249)
 
1038 Stillborn Beale, Charles Elijah III (P281)
 
1039 Stillborn Stewart, Lucy (P453)
 
1040 Stillborn Gutholm, Lizzie (P17322)
 
1041 Struck and killed by lightning. Rollins, Levi Thomas (P1891)
 
1042 There is an error in the transcription of the original birth record indicating the date of birth was 19 May 1904. The date should read 1906. Hunt, Beulah Mae (P10757)
 
1043 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S-2136615137)
 
1044 This is the date listed on his WWI Draft Registration Card. Faulkner, Henry Patrick (P343)
 
1045 Thrown from his wagon and killed. Leach, Waterman B (P12088)
 
1046 Tuesday, Oct. 20,1835, "Portland Advertiser", Vol.XXXVIII, Issue 2, Pg. 1-Died, In Waterville, Mr. John Davis, a soldier of the Revolution. Died at the home of son, Adam Davis Davis, John (P41920)
 
1047 Twin brother of Lawrence Dodge, LeVane M (P1423)
 
1048 Vol. 1 pref. signed: Jesse F. Stevens, the adjutant general.|||Vol. 7 foreword signed: John H. Agnew, the adjutant general. Source (S-1734838934)
 
1049 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P6814)
 
1050 When he was 3 months old his mother died. He was adopted and brought up by Russell's sister, Mary Susan Parkman and her husband Rev. Frank W. Brooks. His name was changed to Frank E. Brooks. Brooks, Frank Elbert (P12569)
 
1051 White Rock was an unincorporated village in Gorham. Small, Bertha M (P19414)
 
1052 Woodlawn Cemetery Thrasher, Arnold Henry (P12924)
 
1053 Wounded at Gettysburg. Dodge, Martin V B (P10746)
 
1054 Wounded at the Battle of South Mountain on 14 Sep 1862 Cossar, Joseph (P5017)
 

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