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Cholera epidemic abt. 1890
Posted by: Deborah Baughman (ID *****6710) Date: September 07, 2009 at 17:09:37
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I am looking for any information re: my GGrandparents in 1893. Albert T. and Henrietta (Meek) Andrews. Family lore says they died in Denver. If they contracted cholera and got on a train, it makes a little sense. They left two orphaned daughters, my grandmother Ione and her sister HAttie Belle.
I am trying to locate a birth record for the girls as well. Ione Catharine Andrews was born 25 July 1890 and Hattie Belle Andrews was born 15 Oct 1886.
Thank you for any help!


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