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Taunton is also known as the "Silver City", as it was a historic center of the silver industry beginning in the 19th century when companies such as Reed & Barton, F. Rogers, Poole Silver, and others produced fine-quality silver goods in the city.Since December 1914, the city of Taunton has provided a large annual light display each December on Taunton Green, giving it the additional nickname of "Christmas City".These are the children that I know about without question: Mattias Tauno (1899), Mary Tunna (1903), Emma Evelyn (1907), Niles John (1909), Jacob Evald (1911), Baby Boy Stillborn (1914), Edna E (1915), Vivian E (1917). Per his death certificate his Father may be named JAMES, who was born in IRELAND/EIRE. Looking for descendants of Patrick Harry OBrien b 1875 Niles, Ohio married Winifred Brink n 1886 in 1906 in Ashtabula, Ohio.
believe he is buried in the williamsfield cemetery. Looking for obituaries or burial place on John B./Anna M. The center of my research is to find david and Catherine or Caroline daughter. Where was she born where did she grow up who did she live with? I first find her in Des Moines iowa July 4 1883 getting married to vardamon Jefferson levi Quinnett she stated she was from Carlisle iowa.
In general, short lines tend to provide the most fascinating operations of any railroad.
As local, centrally based companies they are much more down-home in nature, often friendlier (than large Class Is), and are just more fun to watch than the big roads.
There are also a handful of smaller such companies including Pioneer Rail Corp, Rio Grande Pacific Corporation, Patriot Rail, Pinsly, and Gulf & Ohio.
All of these systems are included in the state-by-state list below along with the independent operations although you can also find out more information about them by visiting their respective parent's website listed above.4 children listed, 2 of which have last name of couch (ages 9 and 2) mildred was my maternal grandmother. She married John E Wright on July 9, 1837 in Ashtabula, OH. 8-1-1835 in Pierpont, Ashtabula, Ohio) and Speedy Rice (b 1774 in CT and d in Ashtabula, OH).