Persons born on 16 May 1832



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Ira Mead, whose mother’s maiden name is Lord, was born 16 May 1832 in New York, and died 28 July 1922 in Chickasaw County, Iowa, United States of America.
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James William COBCROFT was born 16 May 1832, to Richard William & Mary of Wilberforce, and was baptised 16 June 1833 in St. John’s Church, Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia.
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Mary Sophia Bigelow was born May 16, 1832 to William Bigelow (father) and Dorenda Bigelow, and her birth was registered in Book 5E Page 134 of the register of Bennington, Vermont, U.S.A.
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