Child Schrecengost

Child Schrecengost
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updated February 22, 2020
Child Schrecengost was born in Pennsylvania. Child was born to Homer Erwin Schrecengost and Sarah Lemmon, with sibling Janet.


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Child Schrecengost was born inArmstrong County, Pennsylvania United States



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Jul 17, 1894 - Dec 27, 1969
Nov 17, 1897 - Feb 13, 1972



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Child was born in Pennsylvania. Child Schrecengost was born to Homer Erwin Schrecengost and Sarah Lemmon, with sibling Janet.
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