Persons born on 12 May 1839



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John Alfred Johnson was born 12 May 1839 in Sweden, and died 24 September 1922 in Boone County, Iowa, United States of America.
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Martha Ericksdtr Peterson (spouse of A.) was born 12 May 1839, died 7 October 1866, and was buried in Newport Lutheran Cemetery.
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Myron W. Grosvenor was born 12 May 1839, died 12 February 1840 and was buried in Central Cemetery in Bridport, Vermont, U.S.A.
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Samuel Howard Lathrop, whose mother’s maiden name is Hatch, was born 12 May 1839 in Ohio, and died 19 February 1930 in Clayton County, Iowa, United States of America.
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