Nicholas D Danlem (1872 - 1894)

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Nicholas D Danlem
1872 - 1894
updated February 06, 2019
Nicholas D Danlem was born around 1872. He died on June 27, 1894 in New York at age 22.

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Nicholas D Danlem passed away on June 27, 1894 in New York at 22 years old. He was born around 1872. We have no information about Nicholas's family.
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In 1872, in the year that Nicholas D Danlem was born, on December 4th, the empty American ship Mary Celeste was found in the Atlantic Ocean. Still seaworthy, under partial sail, and with one lifeboat missing, what happened on her is still a mystery. Her cargo and provisions were intact and she was used as a cargo vessel for another 12 years but the people onboard were never seen again

In 1880, by the time he was only 8 years old, on August 14th Cologne Cathedral, in Germany, was finally completed. Construction began in 1248, was halted in 1473, and then begun again in the 1800's - completed after 632 years.

In 1881, when he was just 9 years old, on April 28th, Billy the Kid escaped from the Lincoln County Jail in New Mexico. He killed James Bell and Robert Ollinger in the escape and then stole a horse and rode out of town. On July 14th, Pat Garrett shot and killed Billy the Kid in Billy's friend's home near Fort Sumner, New Mexico.

In 1894, in the year of Nicholas D Danlem's passing, on April 21st, a coal miners' strike closed mines throughout the central United States. The Panic of 1893, and the resulting depression, hit coal miners hard and the miners only struck for 8 weeks - they couldn't afford to live without their wages any longer.

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Myrtle Danley
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Nettie Danley
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George Danlgren
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George v Danlssza
around 1908  - Jul 24, 1908
Alexander Danluk
around 1915 - Apr 17, 1916
Josephine Danly
around 1893  - Aug 24, 1893
Sadie Danman
around 1892 - Jan 9, 1919
William Danmar
around 1854 - Nov 4, 1937
Leona Danmeyer
around 1903 - Jul 15, 1904
Olga Danmeyer
around 1887 - May 12, 1918
Anna Danmohray
around 1896 - May 8, 1916
Abraham Dann
around 1866 - Nov 6, 1931
Addelia H Dann
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Adolph Dann
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Albert Dann
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