Title: 1920 U.S. Census
1900 U.S. Census
1910 U.S. Census
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record from Ancestry.com
1930 U.S. Census
1940 U.S. Census
Michigan Births 1867 - 1902
Social Security Death Index (SSDI) from Ancestry.com
CallNumber: F127 M55 P462 1990
CS / 71 / C989 1889
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Note: A Crippen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Dec 26 (1 day ago) to Barbara.Trees4u Dear Barbara, My name is Adam Crippen and my Great Grandmother was Cora V. Blanchard Crippen Adams and was married to Edgar in Niles until her death in 1973. In your posting on rootsweb you listed Edgar marrying in 1974, This is curious to me because he is buried next to my great-grandmother at Silverbrook Cemetery in Niles following his death in 1982. As you can discern from the name I am named after him. I am interested in any information you might have on Edgar Adams or his family, as I am currently working on adding this “region” to our family tree. Thank you for your help and I hope to speak to you soon. Adam Crippen adam.Crippen@hotmail.com ----------------------- Silverbrook Cemetery Sexton 1400 East Main Street Niles, Michigan 49120 Phone: 269 683-8421 MARRIAGE RECORDS - county Health office, 1931-1933, page 108 George R. Casselman, age 29, employed in Paper Mill Bron Prescott, Canada. 1st marriage. Father: George Casselman, Mother Florence Monck (?) Hazel L. Dawson, age 24, Born Warsaw Rural Route, Resides Leesburg. 1st marriage for both. Father George Dawson, mother, Maude Warfel Married in Warsaw, April 2, 1932
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