Persons born on 13 September 1826



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JOHN E. WILSON was born 13 September 1826, died 13 April 1904, and was buried in Stumpfield Cemetery in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
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John William Campbell (spouse of Philura) was born 13 September 1826, died 19 February 1924, and was buried in Marcellon Cemetery.
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Robert Cox, whose mother’s maiden name is Christy, was born 13 September 1826 in Ohio, and died 4 July 1917 in Polk County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Solomon G. Stevens was born 13 September 1826. He died and was buried in Bedford, New Hampshire, United States of America.
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