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flag female ancestor  Emma R.  CRAM

  (b. abt. 1847 Portland, Maine, USA   d. 28 December 1869 Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA )  

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Emma R. CRAM was born abt. 1847 in Portland, Maine, USA . Emma R. CRAM was the child of ?   and   ?

Emma R. CRAM died 28 December 1869 in Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA.

Occupation: Clerk In Store



Father: Henry L.
Mother: Mary


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The Ladies' Home Journal, June 1898

  • Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA
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  • 1869 Death
    28 December 1869
    Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA


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