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From: larzemail <>
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] Philly Census Lookup -- DREDDEN/DREDEN
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2007 12:32:00 -0800 (PST)
The Philadelphia Inquirer, 01 Jul 1899:
Small-Pox Patients (partial transcription):
On Cora street, in the rear of Bardsley's old mill, where a number of families reside, the disease was first noticed in the home of Mrs. Dredden. From this place were taken her two sons, aged respectively 29 and 23 years, and her daughter, aged 14 years. [They were taken to Munical Hospital].
I don't see a 14-year-old in the 1900 census, but Wayman is 24 and at this same address with Mary, and though a 29-year-old is not there, he may be on his now if he survived.
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