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Baby books baby clothes, patchwork quilt the oriental silk in cotton drawer Hattie's rm. Transferred Eatton drawer bigger rm. chest to Eatton drawer other chest (baby clothes, patchwork quilt + oriental silk) Inventions of John C Junkin in Louisville, Ky. along w/ others: ea gives Carter-Mayhew Minneapolis, Minn. Oscar L. Brambach's pianos & sketchs of early coast Maine to Fla. in the 1800 (add this to the rare book list) Hattie changed all the above [[strikethrough]]Nothing ever[[/strikethrough]] Cemetary lot in Troy, [[strikethrough]]New York[[/strikethrough]] Ohio [[Diagram, Grave locations, Top row, two rectangles. Bottom row, three rectangles centered under Top row]] For Buddy[[above Top left box]] [[Top left box]] [[End Top left box]] [[Top right box]] Janet [[End Top right box]] [[Bottom left box]] Geo [[End Bottom left box]] [[Middle Bottom box]] Hattie [[End Middle Bottom box]] [[Bottom right box]] Sam [[End Bottom right box]] [[End Diagram]] Lot 172 - 359 sq. feet Hattie sued Brukuer in 1928 Geo. said when he was dying "It's hard to keep Bruker honest."
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