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Leander Lewis Tyrrell

Leander Lewis Tyrrell

Co. A, 36th Iowa Infantry
Captured at Marks Mills Arkansas
Was held at Tyler, Texas for about 10 months
Born 2 Dec 1844 in Monroe Co., Iowa
Died 16 April 1935 at Moscow, Idaho

Charles William Martin headstone

Charles William Martin headstone

Charles William Martin was born on 10 Aug 1846 in Virginia to Redmond Edward Martin and Elizabeth Betsy Midkiff. He died on 09 Apr 1918. He married my great-great grandmother Virginia Ellen Midkiff.

Laughlin Duncan Dallas

Laughlin Duncan Dallas

L. D. (Laughlin Duncan) Dallas was born December 25, 1828 in Ohio, and died January 18, 1894 in Appleton, Outagamie Co., Wisconsin. He married Mary Ellen Gardner in 1850 in Ohio, daughter of Solomon Garnder and Ellen Rogers. She was born September 15, 1827 in Bloomington, Delaware, and died January 13, 1907 in Appleton, Outagamie Co., Wisconsin.

He traveled with the Gardner family (his in-laws) from Ohio. Laughlin Dallas and Solomen Gardner Jr. both walked from Fond du Lac to Appleton, rather than pay $1.50 for a ride, and on reaching the town found they had arrived before the rest of the party, the roads being so muddy that driving was slower than walking. This was found in the Commemorative Biographical Record for Outagamie County.

L. D. Dallas served as a private in Company G, 44th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, WI.

Laurel Inn and Packing Co. Creamery, Laurel, MS

Laurel Inn and Packing Co. Creamery, Laurel, MS

Photo from a 1920s postcard.

Leena L. and Lela M. Farnam

Leena L. and Lela M. Farnam

Leena L. and Lela M. Farnam
Missouri

Philip Burcher

Philip Burcher

Senior at Newport News High School, Newport News, VA in 1923. He was "Most Dependable".

Photo from the Newport News High School, The Beacon June 1923 yearbook

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