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Birth:Mar 10 1846
Death:Feb 1 1850
Name:Edward Baker Lincoln
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Text:"... Todd. "Duel" with General Shields. of Robert Tqdd Lincoln, .August 1. 1846-rElected to congress. Birth of EdwardBakerLincoln, March 10. to the Philadelphia national convention. of William Wallace..."
Date:Feb 6 1909
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... to congress. Birth of EdwardBakerLincoln, March 10l 1848—Delegate to the Philadelphia national convention. 1850—Birth of William Wallace Lincoln, December 2. 1853—Birth of Thomas Lincoln, April 4. 1856..."
Date:Feb 11 1915
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... election to legisla- ture. November 4 to Mary Todd. of Robert Todd Lincoln, August 1. to congress. Birth of EdwardBakerLincoln, March 10. to the Philadelphia national convention. Birth of William Wallace..."
Date:Feb 11 1915
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... Not an annl- elector on Harrison ticket. Fourth election to the legisla- ture." November 4 to Mary Todd. of Robert Todd Lincoln, August 1. to congress. Birth of EdwardBakerLincoln, March 10..."
Date:Feb 18 1915
Publication:Pinedale, Wyoming, United States of America
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Text:"...-Todd Lincoln, August 1. 1846-Elected to congress- Birth of EdwardBakerLincoln, March 10. � . 1848-Delegate to the Philadelphia national convention. 1850-Birth of William Wallace Lincoln, December 2."' .. 1853..."
Date:Feb 6 1915
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... BakerLincoln died Feb 1 1850 a little more than a month before his fourth birthday He was buried in Hutchinson's Cemetery eight blocks west of Springfield's public square In 1865 following..."
Date:Nov 12 1954
Publication:Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States of America
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Text:"...- ernor, and his descendants in Oak Ridge Cemetery. EdwardBakerLincoln died Feb. 1, 1850, a little more than a month before his fourth birthday. He was burled in Eutchlnaon'a Cemetery, eight blocks west..."
Date:Dec 3 1954
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... for his mother's father. The second son, EdwardBakerLincoln was named for Lincoln's close friend, U. S. Congressman Edward Dickinson Baker. William Wallace Lincoln the third SOT, was named for Dr. William..."
Publication:Appleton, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... Presidentelect Abraham Lincoln, and a conference on the state of the nation. The tw'o men were friends, no doubt about it, and perhaps Lin-cohi did name his second son EdwardBakerLincoln in his honor..."
Date:Oct 29 1961
Publication:Jacksonville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... on heave the big flag up against the strong wind that wailed across the famous Three of the six I and his descendants in are I on Suribachi pass stood up and turned EdwardBakerLincoln died I a little more..."
Date:Nov 7 1954
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... descendants In Oak Ridge Cemetery EdwardBakerLincoln died Feb 1 1850 a little niore than a Month before his fourth birthday He was buried in Hutchinsons Cemetery eight blocks west of Springfields public..."
Date:Nov 4 1954
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... for 89 Harry Illinois State the white marble slab was found face down and serving as an en trance atone to the burial plot of Ninian Illinois third and his descend ants Jn Oak Ridge EdwardBakerLincoln..."
Date:Nov 18 1954
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... marble slab was found face down and serving as an entrance stone to the burial plot of Gov. Ninian Edwards, Illinois' third governor, and his descendants in Oak Ridge Cemetery. EdwardBakerLincoln ded Feb..."
Date:Nov 1 1954
Publication:Austin, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"... stone to he burial plat of Gov Ninian Ed wards Illinois third governor andj lis descendants in Oak Ridge i Cemetery j EdwardBakerLincoln died Feb i 1 1950 a little more than a month Before his fourth..."
Date:Nov 12 1954
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... of Lincoln's sons. 1107 Centra! Avenue. Alar.ieda. testtmcny at the- tirr.e of i'n.e trial EdwardBakerLincoln was nr.med Hanri.i has bcrn cited for cor.- she said that Har.na earned between for him. SENATOR..."
Date:Oct 31 1937
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"...,1846, Lincoln's second son, EdwardBakerLincoln was bom. MARY TODD LINCOLN'S YOUTH: Mary Todd Lincoln was bom in Lexington, the daughter of Robert Smith Todd, a banker, and Elizabeth Parker-Todd. Mary was raised..."
Date:Oct 7 2009
Publication:Salina, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... State says the white marble slab was found face down and serving as an entrance stone to the burial lot of Ninian Illinois third and his descendants in Oak Ridge EdwardBakerLincoln died a little more..."
Date:Nov 4 1954
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... For whom were the four sons of Abraham Lincoln named? K. E. A. The first-born, Robert Todd Lincoln, was named for his mother's father. The second son, EdwardBakerLincoln (Eddie), was named for Lincoln..."
Date:June 29 1962
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... says the white marble slab was found face down and serving as an entrance stone to the burial plot of Gov Ninian Edwards Illinois third governor and his descendants in Oak Ridge Cemetery EdwardBaker..."
Publication:Danville, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Lincoln, but one of them, EdwardBakerLincoln, died before his father became a foremost political figure. The photograph above shows thè Lincoln family in the White House early in 1862, before Willie..."
Date:July 26 1926
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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