Persons born on 2 April 1832



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Caroline Traut was born 2 April 1832 in Germany, and died 2 October 1920 in Henry County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Harriet/Henrietta Doud/Dowd Dunlap (spouse of Nathan Draper) was born 2 April 1832, died 3 August 1913, and was buried in Ohio Cemetery.
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Ira Consin Tuttle, whose mother’s maiden name is Crodeus, was born 2 April 1832 in New York, and died 21 February 1920 in Ringgold County, Iowa, United States of America.
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William Thompson was born 2 April 1832 in England, and died 14 May 1922 in Polk County, Iowa, United States of America.
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