Persons born on 28 November 1828



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Benjamin J. Archer was born 28 November 1828, died 24 March 1905, and was buried in Block 4, Lot 74, Grave 1 of Harlington Cemetery in Waverly, Iowa, U.S.A.
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Catherine Ferrier was born 28 November 1828, died 14 July 1864, and was buried in Wyocena Cemetery.
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Christian Schultz (spouse of Dora) was born 28 November 1828, died 18 August 1897, and was buried in Silver Lake Cemetery.
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Margaret West, whose mother’s maiden name is Beekman, was born 28 November 1828 in Ohio, and died 1 June 1920 in Marion County, Iowa, United States of America.
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