Persons born on 2 February 1820

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Eveline Shannon Easter was born 2 February 1820, died 17 June 1897, and she was buried in section ORIG, row 2, plot 47, lot 1 in Tuscola Township Cemetery in Douglas County, Illinois, United States of America.
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Henry H. Carico was born February 2, 1820, died January 26, 1912 and was buried in the Texas State Cemetery.
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Johann G. Dobratz (spouse of Whilimene J.G.) was born 2 February 1820, died 1 January 1894, and was buried in St. Paul's Evangelical-Caledonia.
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Johann G. Dobratz was born 2 February 1820, died 1 January 1894, and was buried in Spicer Cemetery.
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Margaret Judge (spouse of Bernard) was born 2 February 1820, died 2 April 1902, and was buried in St. Jerome's-Columbus.
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