Persons born on 2 March 1818

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Entries are sorted by given names first, to help you find a remarried aunt. These are in strict alphabetical order, not word-by-word, so that Rose Mary and Rosemary are treated the same, but it also puts the Josephine names between the Joseph I and Joseph J names. Surnames are considered next, so that Daniel Zimmerman would come before Danielle Abbott. We have begun adding death residence and death benefit ZIP Codes to some Death Master File entries. A person may be listed twice.

A J CROSS was born 2 March 1818, died 7 April 1905, and was buried in Rose Hill CEMETERY in Carter County, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
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John l. Nutter was born 2 March 1818, died 21 August 1889, and was buried in Bethel Cemetery in Polk County, Oregon, U.S.A.
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Lucinda Norton Farmer was born 3 February 1818, died 7 April 1909 and was buried in Grandview Cemetery in Addison, Vermont, U.S.A.
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VICTOR CONZARO was born 02 March 1818, received Social Security number 182-07-0523 (indicating Pennsylvania) and, Death Master File says, died October 1900.
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