Persons born on 10 April 1827



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Diana Knapp was born Apr. 10, 1827 to Elijah Knapp (father) and Dorothy Crawford, and her birth was registered in Book 5E Page 155 of the register of Bennington, Vermont, U.S.A.
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Louisa C. Dow (spouse of Lafayette) was born 10 April 1827, died 10 November 1908, and was buried in Pacific cemetery.
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Philinda Mosher (spouse of John G.) was born 10 April 1827, died 13 September 1902, and was buried in Mt.Pleasant Cemetery.
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Thomas Bayley, Rank: COL, Branch: US CLD TROOPS, was born 10 April 1827, died 17 November 1919, and was buried in Section OPS2, Site 2111B in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America.
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