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Text:"... Cemetery. Emma S. DeHart, daughter of George and SarahDeHart, was born March 15, 1869 at Onion, West Virginia. She was one of 11 children. In 1872 the family moved to Iowa and settled in the Lake City area..."
Date:Apr 6 1956
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... spent Saturday night and Sunday with MissSarahDehart. Mrs. Jane Hammer, Mrs. A. B. Dashler and Miss Opal Railsback were also Sunday visitors at the Dehart home. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Bird entertained..."
Date:Jan 28 1916
Publication:Shirley, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... her Brand- parents on her father's and mother's side, and Mrs. Xinnncrman and Mi', and Mrs. Charles Rote, and her Krcat Krandmothcr, Mrs, SarahRote. .Kofreshments, which Included a birth- day cake..."
Date:Dec 14 1923
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... arm in arm. ri-'- judge liad known what .ie was '.■iiking about.' LONu DISTANT COURTSHIP Greenfield, Ind., January 4.—After V record long-distance courtship—ten years by mail—SarahDeHart and trover..."
Date:Jan 4 1917
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., is caring for Mrs. SarahRote, whose condition remains aboat the same. Mrs. Rote has bedn ill for some time. i QUAKE STARTLES L. A. ; Los Angeles-.'T)-^Los Angeles was' shaken early today by 4n earthquake..."
Date:May 13 1949
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... VanY. The graduates were: Opal Kails-back, India Elliott, Hazel Hodson, Angie Ebbert, Ifaomi Slater, Mildred Lewis, Nancy Irene Stobler, Ocmrt Miss DeDart Entertains S. S. tiass. SarahDehart, teacher..."
Date:June 11 1915
Publication:Shirley, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... SarahDehart were the guests of Mrs. Blanche Bailey at the home of her mother Sunday. Mr. Everett Carmichael, of Kansas City, and lady friend. Miss Wright, of Buffalo, N. Y., were the guests of Mr..."
Date:Aug 25 1916
Publication:Shirley, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., the guest of honor and the Misses Hel- en Ricketts, Charlotte Lear, Anna Gosser, Waunlta Wolford, SarahDeHart, Holon Morse, Annabel McKeown. Gall Page, Elizabeth Glenn. Kerma Bradford and Jean Thompson. Miss..."
Date:Aug 29 1923
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...^Y SONMarkleville, i for some time. Edith and Sammie Garrison, of Anderson, and Arthur Garrison, of Chicago, were the guests of SarahDehart Tuesday evening, Floyd, son of Harry Davis and wife, got the third finger..."
Date:July 2 1915
Publication:Shirley, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... retuirnied home today from a short vttfiit with Mrs. SarahDeHart of Ft. Wayne. ' Mrs. W. W. Bonee and Mrs. P. C. ConnerB returned home yesterday from a short visit at Huntington, with Mrs. BT,oyd HaUem..."
Date:Oct 6 1910
Publication:Montpelier, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... S.W.V. Auxiliary, was a recent overnight guest of Mrs. Ella Dunbar. The condition of Mrs. SarahRote, who has been ill for several months, has been worse the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William..."
Date:Feb 16 1949
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... sisters lurch Cemetery Relative and friends are in vited Friends may Friday evening 7 to 9 Rt the funeral home Recitation of the Rosary 8 oclock en months find a week as premier and a sister MrsSarah..."
Date:Jan 8 1959
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Mrs. Clyde Greatsinger, Mrs. SarahRote, Peter Palmer and Mrs. Catherine AndSrson. new law provides � that public hearings' must be- held, and if referendum elections become necessary, in spots where..."
Date:Dec 31 1949
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... the for mer Violet Erb one brother iaroid Wagner Avon Heights and five sisters Mrs Mae Jrown Klcinfeltersville Mrs Stella Kittle Mrs Alice DcHart and Mildred Wagner Myers own and MrsSarahDehart Mt Aetna Mrs..."
Date:May 3 1965
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... officers. Prizes were claimed by Mrs. Delauter, Mrs. Mildred Keller, Mrs. SarahDeHart and Mrs. Baker. Plans were made to enter- tain the grand chief on Feb. 1. '51 Grads Plan June Reunion The reunion..."
Date:Jan 24 1961
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:".... A. Ball were in Knightstown Saturday on business. J R. Kitterman and family visited relatives in Centerville Sunday afternoon MissSarahDehart. of Markleville, was a Saturday afternoon caller of Miss..."
Date:July 21 1916
Publication:Shirley, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of Baptist Church at Edmond. Surviving are his wife, Melinda; a daughter, Ada of Lookout: a sister, Mrs. SarahDeHart of Philadelphia, Pa.; a brother, John of Chancellor, Va. Service wffl be held at 2 p..."
Date:Mar 7 1960
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"...-mother. Mrs. SarahRote, also accompanied them. Miss Lizzie R'qwald down from Madison on "Thursday inornin? and spent the day with her friend, Crystal Snyder at her home here.'- which tbey departed for their..."
Date:Nov 30 1917
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... the women voting were ': Mrs. L. Kern, Mrs. J. Van Liew, Mrs D. Carel, Mrs. SarahDeHart, Mrs. Annie Spader, Unji. Nafey, Mrs. Mary Beeves, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Van Aman, Mrs. E. Dunham, Mrs. E. Amer, Lizzie..."
Date:May 13 1889
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...- cently visited with friends in Evans- ville. Mrs. Norman Curry of Beloit, re- cently visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. SarahRote, returning on Thursday. Mr. Wetshontz of Brodhead, was shearing sheep..."
Date:Mar 26 1918
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America