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America/USA  Eugene E  Day

  (b. 1867, Maine, USA   d. 1940 )  

Eugene E Day was born 1867 in , Maine, USA. Eugene E Day was the child of

He married  Myra Gertrude Wadsworth 10 September 1887 in Monmouth, Maine, USA .  Myra Gertrude Wadsworth  was born 16 October 1868 in Monmouth, Maine, USA .  She died 1943 in Monmouth, Maine, USA .  She was the daughter of Elias Howard Wadsworth and Diana Bailey.

Eugene E Day died 1940

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Eugene E Day married America/USA Myra Gertrude Wadsworth-- Date: 10 September 1887 Place: Monmouth, Maine, USA 

Myra Gertrude Wadsworth was the daughter of Elias Howard Wadsworth and Diana Bailey

Name: Eugene E. Day
Spouse's Name: Myra G. Wadsworth
Event Date: 10 Sep 1887
Event Place: Monmouth,Kennebec,Maine
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M50376-2 , System Origin: Maine-ODM , GS Film number: 11546

Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907

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Eugene E Day and Myra Gertrude Wadsworth 10 September 1887, Monmouth, Maine, USA

East Monmouth Cemetery Monmouth Kennebec County Maine, USA

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