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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Andrew Jackson  NELSON

  (b. 5 April 1829 Canaan, Maine, USA   d. 22 February 1894 Canaan, Maine, USA )  

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Andrew Jackson NELSON was born 5 April 1829 in Canaan, Maine, USA. Andrew Jackson NELSON was the child of ?   and   ?

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Andrew Jackson  married  Relief CORSON .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Relief CORSON  was born 8 November 1830 in Canaan, Maine, USA.  Relief died 10 July 1866 in Canaan, Maine, USA.  Relief was the child of Moses CORSON and Sarah GLEASON.

Andrew Jackson NELSON died 22 February 1894 in Canaan, Maine, USA.
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  • 1829 Birth
    5 April 1829
    Canaan, Maine, USA
  • 1866 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Relief CORSON died 10 July 1866, Canaan, Maine, USA

  • Canaan, Maine, USA
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    Grave
    Old Village Cemetery Canaan Somerset County Maine, USA
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  • 1894 Death
    22 February 1894
    Canaan, Maine, USA


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Added: 9/11/2016 11:26:13 AM - Updated: 9/29/2017 9:46:29 AM

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