October Family Dates

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Edward Kennedy (paternal 3rd great-grandfather )
Born – 10 October 1789 in Philadelphia, Delaware County, Pennsylvania  

Solomon McGhee (maternal 3rd great-grandfather)
Died – 10 October 1895 • Perry, Perry, Arkansas – age 87

Eleanor Ellen Dunn (paternal 3rd great-grandmother)
Born – 13 Oct 1792 in Butler County, Pennsylvania

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Abraham Bates Tower (maternal 2nd great-grandfather)
Born – 16 October 1837 in Leavenworth, Crawford, Indiana.

Samuel Newton McGhee (maternal great-grandfather)
Died – 24 October1922 in Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas

Abraham Bates Tower and Nancy Long (maternal great-grandparents)
Married – 28 October 1858 in Crawford County, Indiana

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The format is what genealogists use (day month year) and for locations (town, county, state). Paternal and maternal refer to whether it is my father or mother’s side of the family. The relationships are how they are related to me, but other family members like cousins will have to adjust that to fit themselves. For privacy reasons, no living names were included.

September Family Dates

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Sarah Vest Monroe (maternal 3rd great-grandmother)
Died – 4 September 1884 • Alton, Crawford County, Indiana

Gail Lee McGhee (maternal)
Born – 13 September 1924 • Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas

Henry Francis Vining (maternal great-grandfather)
Born – 17 September 1837 • East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

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Clyde Owen Martin (paternal)

Born – 24 September 1924 in Greenwood County, Kansas

James M Vining and Almira Buckland (maternal 2nd great-grandparents)
Married – 26 September 1837 • East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

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Joseph M Babcock (maternal 3rd great-grandfather)
Died – 28 September 1827 in Edwards, Illinois

Martha Summers
Born – 30 September1796 in North Carolina (paternal 3rd great-grandmother)

Erastus Laban Tower (maternal 2nd great-uncle)

Died – 30 September 1939 • Oriole, Perry County, Indiana

The format is what genealogists use (day month year) and for locations (town, county, state). Paternal and maternal refer to whether it is my father or mother’s side of the family. The relationships are how they are related to me, but other family members like cousins will have to adjust that to fit themselves. For privacy reasons, no living names were included.