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Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln is a cousin of ours. Abraham is certainly one of our most important ancestors. The first Lincoln to immigrate to America was Samuel Lincoln. Samuel immigrated from England to Boston, Mass in about 1637.

16th president of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through its Civil War. It was our bloodiest war and its greatest moral, constitutional and political crisis. In doing so, he preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the economy. 
 
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Allen Bridges
Allen Bridges
War of 1812 Pension  
 
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Allen Bridges
Allen Bridges
Status: Located; Headstone; Plum Grove Cemetery
Humansville, Polk County, Missouri, USA 
 
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Annie E. Shaughnesey
Annie E. Shaughnesey
 
 
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Annie Shaughnesey Jones
Annie Shaughnesey Jones
 
 
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Annie Shaughnesey Jones
Annie Shaughnesey Jones
Death Certificate 
 
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Arvel William Jones
Arvel William Jones
 
 
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Domenica & Dominico Indelicato
Domenica & Dominico Indelicato
 
 
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Domenica Cicala
Domenica Cicala
Birth registration - Italy-Sicily-Messina-Roccella Valdemone 
 
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Domenica Cicala
Domenica Cicala
Death Certificate 
 
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Domenica Cicala
Domenica Cicala
 
 
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Domenica Cicala & Rosa Cannone_1929 Passenger Manifest
Domenica Cicala & Rosa Cannone_1929 Passenger Manifest
 
 
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Domenica Cicala Birth Certificate
Domenica Cicala Birth Certificate
 
 
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Domenica Cicala-Cannone Passport
Domenica Cicala-Cannone Passport
 
 
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Domenico Indilicato
Domenico Indilicato
 
 
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Domenico Indilicato Birth Registration
Domenico Indilicato Birth Registration
 
 
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Domenico Indilicato Death Certificate
Domenico Indilicato Death Certificate
 
 
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Eagleville Mo., 1860 Federal Census
Eagleville Mo., 1860 Federal Census
William, Elizabeth, Adolphus, Mary Jane, James, Samuel 
 
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Eagleville, MO; 1850 Federal Census
Eagleville, MO; 1850 Federal Census
Mary, William and Thomas Jones are listed 
 
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Eagleville, MO; 1850 Federal Census - Bridges
Eagleville, MO; 1850 Federal Census - Bridges
Allen Bridges & Sarah Lindley Family 
 
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Eagleville, MO; 1860 Federal Census - Bridges
Eagleville, MO; 1860 Federal Census - Bridges
Allen Bridges and Sarah Lindley 
 
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Emily Jane Lowery Church
Emily Jane Lowery Church
 
 
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Eunice Adelia Church
Eunice Adelia Church
 
 
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Evelyn Church Jones
Evelyn Church Jones
 
 
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Evelyn Marion Jones Obit
Evelyn Marion Jones Obit
 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
Car Accident article 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
Death Certificate 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
Car Accident - news paper article 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
Birth Certificate 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
Obit 
 
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Francesco Cannone
Francesco Cannone
 
 
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Francesco Cannone, Domenica Cicala Cannone and Rosa Cannone; circa 1926
Francesco Cannone, Domenica Cicala Cannone and Rosa Cannone; circa 1926
Photo prior to Domenica Cicala Cannone& Rosa immigration to America 
 
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Gettysburgh Address (1).jpg
Gettysburgh Address (1).jpg
 
 
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Grover Cleveland Church
Grover Cleveland Church
 
 
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Grover Cleveland Church
Grover Cleveland Church
 
 
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Grover Cleveland Church & Emily Jane Lowery
Grover Cleveland Church & Emily Jane Lowery
Status: Located; Headstone
Meadowlawn pleasant valley cemetery, Petersburg NY 
 
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Grover Cleveland Church Obit
Grover Cleveland Church Obit
 
 
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Grover Cleveland.jpg
Grover Cleveland.jpg
Grover Cleveland is a cousin of ours. Grover is certainly one of our most important ancestors. The first Cleveland to immigrate to America was Moses Cleveland. The Cleveland Line "Passenger ship lists show that Edward Winn, his wife Joanna, his daughters Ann and Elizabeth came to America with their indentured apprentice Moses Cleveland about 1635.

Grover Cleveland was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States; and, therefore was the only US president to serve two nonconsecutive terms (1885–1889 and 1893–1897) and to be counted twice in the numbering of the presidents. He was the winner of the popular vote for president three times—in 1884, 1888, and 1892—and was one of the two Democrats (alongside Woodrow Wilson) elected to the presidency in the era of Republican political domination dating from 1861 to 1933. 
 
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Grover Cleveland_Dem Nominee.jpg
Grover Cleveland_Dem Nominee.jpg
 
 
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Humansville, Polk, Mo; 1870 Federal Census - Bridges
Humansville, Polk, Mo; 1870 Federal Census - Bridges
Allen Bridges & Sarah Lindley Bridges 
 
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Italy to America Ship Routing
Italy to America Ship Routing
This is the route that the S.S. Roma would have taken in 1929 from Naples, Italy to New York, New York. 
 
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John Babcock
John Babcock
 
 
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Lincoln's Cabin (3).jpg
Lincoln's Cabin (3).jpg
 
 
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Lucy Austin
Lucy Austin
 
 
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Mary Todd Lincoln.jpg
Mary Todd Lincoln.jpg
 
 
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Melvin D. Church
Melvin D. Church
 
 
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Roccella Valdemone, Messina, Sicily
Roccella Valdemone, Messina, Sicily
Revolutionary War General 
 
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Rosa Cannone; circa 1926
Rosa Cannone; circa 1926
 
 
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S.S. Roma Passenger Ship
S.S. Roma Passenger Ship
 
 
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Sagamon, Ill.; 1830 Federal Census - Bridges
Sagamon, Ill.; 1830 Federal Census - Bridges
Allen Bridges & Sarah Lindley Bridges 
 

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