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Text:"...'s. Young Crawford dislitea her cordially, and the feeling was mutual. LydiaWarner, however, awavo of the businoss importance to her brother of tho friendship ot 3Mai. Crawford, was alway.s cuucillntory..."
Date:May 9 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... LaVenture 23) 174 Summit Ave Summit N J McKinney MrsLWarner (LydiaWarner 36) North Perry Rd Titusville Pa McKinney Mary Elizabeth 49 (Mrs John W Herrick) 4920 Vego Ct E Ft Worth 15 Texas McKisson Mrs Henry..."
Date:1960
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Text:"... moilier. Mrs. LydiaWarner.: .11 I ills eily. i Hev. Thomas Kelley of Baraboo.' ha. been Hev. P. J. HAMMOND I TtVrbfrt Miller of Chi'-iao nrrivrd for n visit! Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Dick. Mrs. O. KorrnKin..."
Date:Aug 21 1931
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Titusville players in the tour nament were Mrs C T Evans Mrs C E Kinder MissLydiaWarnerMiss Sara Henne Miss Hoist and Miss Charlotte McKinney The following local club women were present for the luncheon..."
Date:July 1 1933
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... 611 ELIADA BLAKESLEE^ WARNER, son of Timothy 7 and Lydia (Platts) Warner, born May 4, 1808; died in Bridgewater, Pa., January 4, 1888. Married September 27, 1832, FIDELIA LUCE, born May 19, 1813, died..."
Date:1919
Publication place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:".... 611 ELIADA BLAKESLEE 8 WARNER, son of Timothy 7 and Lydia (Platts) Warner, born May 4, 1808; died in Bridgewater, Pa., January 4, 1888. Married September 27, 1832, FIDELIA LUCE, born May 19, 1813, died..."
Date:1919
Publication place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... director Mrs. LydiaWarner. Pomfrct Town clerk Holland Blod- gett. Justice of the T. Al- bano. Assessor, long Bouquin, short Bull. Superintendent of highways Kirby Hayward Jr. School Bull. Collector Charles..."
Date:Oct 11 1939
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Ruth Knapp Betty Lock wood Harriet Lowen Mrs Dun can MacEachern Mary Jane Mc Donald Margaret Moran Mrs P W Aular Ruth Shannon Sara Torrey Mrs U G Keeley Mrs George Kuhn Mrs Raymond Muir LydiaWarner..."
Date:Aug 24 1959
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Lowen Mrs Dun can MacEachern Mary Jane Mc Donald Margaret Moran Mrs P W Aular Ruth Shannon Sara Torrey Mrs U G Keeley Mrs George Kuhn Mrs Raymond Muir LydiaWarner EPISODE ELEVEN The Influx of 1865..."
Date:Aug 24 1959
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... SPAT CT PLEASANT HILL NEWS By MRS CLARA MORTON f MOMN By COW AN J Mr and Mrs Clarence Warner i visited In Dayton Wednesday with Mr antl Mrs Perry Warner and MrsLydiaWarnerMiss Mildred Cuctinboidcr..."
Date:Apr 5 1930
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... safety, will be the guest speaker at the Spauldlng hotel which has also been designated as the convention headquarters. IIFEOFSERGT. ED. WARNER IS TAKEN BY DEATH Mrs. LydiaWarner, 45, wife of Detective..."
Date:July 21 1934
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Dyer -Charles Photo Mrs. Deschler Lee E. Deschler Takes Bride Betty Jane Warner, daughter of Mrs. LydiaWarner of 832 Grand Ave. and the late Mr. George Warner, became the bride of Lee E. Deschler..."
Date:Oct 2 1950
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... without further delay.'' died Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock! The brought "original-v Mrs. Alice Lydia. Ann WarnerMrs. Alice Lydia Ann Warner. 74, at, his home from a complication j by Lhe Ohio firm..."
Date:Mar 1 1941
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... township and was a visitor in thecity yesterday Mrs Alexander N WarnerMissLydiaWarnerMrs Mary Warner Brentoix and Mrs E T Stevenson left by motor yesterday to spend a few days InNow York Miss Minnie..."
Date:May 7 1935
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... for a condition resulting from a fall which she suffered about six months ago. Mrs. George Eberhart and infant daughter, Gettysburg. R. D.: Pius Miss Esther LydiaWarner, daughter of the late Mr. anrl Mrs. Henry..."
Date:Aug 13 1931
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... and fled Saltsgiver gave chase but could not catch the car The officer further told bhe court that later the same night daysburg State Police received a LydiaWarner of Three Springs ul on Tuesday morning..."
Date:June 17 1958
Publication:Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...? MRS. LYDIAWARNER BURIED. SATURDAY i Silver Crock, March 18 The' funeral of Mrs. LydiaWarner, 22 Adams street, victim of an assault in a railroad signal tower on March 10, was held :'rom the Trinity..."
Date:Mar 18 1946
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... it was said Full Handicap Tournament For Ladies at Country Club MissLydiaWarner won the prize in he selective score tournament which eatures the golf for Ladies at he Country club yesterday The scors urnsd..."
Date:June 17 1931
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., District Attorney Ed- win G. O'Connor began liis summation of the prosecution's side of the case revolves around the death March 10 of Mrs. LydiaWarner who was brutally beaten in a Nickel Plate i railroad..."
Date:June 26 1946
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Armstrong County sh was a daughter of Andrew an Freda Shruck WarnerMissWarner was a forme schoolteacher in Pittsburgh are schools She is survived by a numbe of nieces and nephews service fo Lydia H Warner..."
Date:May 9 1967
Publication:Kittanning, Pennsylvania, United States of America