Persons born on 6 October 1838



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J. M. Stallcup was born October 6, 1838, died September 8, 1917 and was buried in the Texas State Cemetery.
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Margaret Newman was born 6 October 1838 in England, and died 12 December 1922 in Monroe County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Martha A. Purman was born 6 October 1838 in Kentucky, and died 21 February 1922 in Clayton County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Peter McKeller, whose mother’s maiden name is McEwan, was born 6 October 1838 in New York, and died 15 August 1921 in Fayette County, Iowa, United States of America.
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