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Mary Jane Bachman


Relationship : My 3rd Great-grandmother



DOB : 29 Sep 1867 -- Dorrance Township, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania

MD : 30 Oct 1889 -- Binghamton, New York

DOD : 25 Apr 1906

Burial : 27 Apr 1906 -- Powder Glenn {still trying to figure out where this is}

Parents : Levi Bachman and Sarah Oliver Bachman {just found this out today...need to do a little more research on her parents...VERY excited!}

Siblings : unknown at this time

Husband : William Henry Siegfried

Children : Levi Albert, Alonzo Elwood {my 2nd Great-grandfather}, Daniel L., Gertrude I.

Step Children : Angeline, Frances E., William Andrew {my 2nd Great-grandfather}, Leanda, Sarah Margaretha, Atlas Sophie, Catharine, Calvin Tobias, Arzula Rosanna, Floradia, Alice, Horatio S., and Edward Ambrose.

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