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Birth:Jan 17 1759
Death:Sep 7 1817
Name:Paul Cuffee/Slocum
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Text:"... of Wells- ville spent Sunday at Victor Kel- logg's. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Slocum and son of Franklinville were guests at PaulSlocum's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris and Mrs. Acher and daughter Mabel were..."
Date:Apr 15 1937
Publication:Salamanca, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Menominee, Mich. On her person, a bank book showing deposits to the lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in hit..."
Date:Apr 29 1915
Publication:Correctionville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Edward Quist at Poplar, Minn. Suicide probably was due to nervous..."
Date:Apr 23 1915
Publication:Moulton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-M'n "ear St Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding Me'hodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Ed- nard Quist at Poplar, Minn. Suicide prohahly was due to nervous disor..."
Date:Apr 21 1915
Publication:Humeston, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... for the railroad companies. The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chau tauqua speaker and noted Masonio lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for conference..."
Date:Apr 29 1915
Publication:Elgin, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...,355,804.65. The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chautauqua speaker and noted Masonic lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a conference regarding..."
Date:Apr 30 1915
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... pastor of the Lyons Methodist church a Chau taufjiia speaker and noted Masonic lecturer committed suicide on a train near St PaulSlocum left home for a conference regarding Methodist church lands which..."
Date:Apr 26 1915
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... influence. Minister Commits Suicide. Clinton.-The Rev. P. S. Slocum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chautauqua speaker and noted Masonic lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum..."
Date:Apr 22 1915
Publication:Blockton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... lecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for, a conference regarding Methodist church lands which were in his charge, intending to meet Ed- di, rupicii, uiim. oiauiutj probably..."
Date:Apr 21 1915
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... was a member of St. Anthony's Men's Club. Surviving are his wife, Doris Brown Slocum of Groton; and two brothers, Willar Slocum of Lake- land, Fla. and PaulSlocum of Lake Como. His first wife. Pearl Jacobs..."
Date:Oct 30 1983
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... estrangement, that had taken place between father and son, and that the father had sternly request- ed, nay commanded, that PaulSlocum's name should be an unspoken one in our home, and the broken-hearted mother..."
Date:Apr 25 1879
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... foolish bills pro- posed so why not put up a sensible one' foolish bill put up bv Senator PaulSlocum regarding corporal punishment m the schools should be thrown out the window along with him. Doesn't he..."
Date:Mar 2 1949
Publication:Portland, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... the best beau goofs. It takes most men time to see humor in a situation. Topic Told "New Trends in Elemen- tary will be the topic of PaulSlocum when he addresses the Fairplain Northwest PTA Thursday, March..."
Date:Mar 1 1967
Publication:Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...'s Men's Surviving are his Doris -Brown Slocum of and two Willar Slocum of Lake- Fla. and PaulSlocum of Lake Como. His first wife. Pearl -died in 1950. Contributions may be made to the Groton Ambulance..."
Date:Oct 30 1983
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... estrangement, that had taken place between father and son, and that the father had sternly request ed, nay commanded, that PaulSlocum's name should be an unspoken one in our home, and the broken-hearted mother..."
Date:Apr 24 1879
Publication:Monroeville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... and Warren Record, Clinton; Mr. Charles Lut.trell, New Orleans; Mr. PaulSlocum, Daj’tona Beach, Fla.; Mr. A. A. C.uch, Junction City, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wright, Mr. Arthur Shankle, Winnfield; Mr..."
Date:July 16 1950
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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