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John Adam Cadwallader


Relationship : 5th Great-grandfather



DOB : 25 Feb 1789, Mundelsheim, Ludwigsburg Baden Wurttemberg, Germany

MD : unknown at this time

DOD : 1872 -- Shickshinny, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania

Burial : Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania

Parents : Johann Georg Kazenwadel and Margareta Barbara Harsch

Siblings : unknown at this time

Wife : Christianna Elizabeth Ladner Cadwallader

Children : Christianna Elizabeth Cadwallader Daum

There is still a bit of research to do on this part of my family.  If you can add anything please let me know.

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