Persons born on 31 July 1836



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FREDRICK SMITH was born 31 July 1836, received Social Security number 012-07-7349 (indicating Massachusetts) and, Death Master File says, died September 1947.
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Gideon P. Long was born 31 July 1836 in Indiana, and died 15 July 1920 in Polk County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Hans Henry Brix, whose mother’s maiden name is Shultz, was born 31 July 1836 in Germany, and died 17 October 1918 in Cass County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Jem Hughes was born 31 July 1836 in Wales, and died 9 August 1923 in Wapello County, Iowa, United States of America.
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