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As you know, the Knickerbocker name goes back far in ALbion history. I don't see any Elsworth names for them, although lots of time all the spouse information wasn't recorded. The earliest of them lived in ALbion Township towards Homer at a place called South Albion, for example, Henry Knickerbocker who died on May 15, 1901 at age 75. Most of the Knickerbockers are buried in family lots in Riverside Cemetery in Albion blocks 20, or 36, or 37. There is even one buried in the original cemetery old grounds, Silas Knickerbocker who was a cooper, born Aug 6, 1810 in NY, died in SHeridan Twp on Aug 4, 1876. Best wishes, Frank Passic, Albion Historian. firstname.lastname@example.org