Hartford Life Ins. Company 1900-01 Claims
The Hartford Life Insurance Company. Listing of Member deaths between August 1900 and July 1901, including Location and Amount of policy.
Names in this online transcription include Anderson, Aurich, Baker, Belden, Betts, Blair, Blount, Borgen, Brown, Burgess, Burnap, Burnett, Bussey, Callahan, Carson, Chase, Clapp, Clower, Cook, Cummings, Curtis, Czaki, Daly, Dawes, De Haven, Dean, Dessereau, Dittman, Dougherty, Dowd, Ellington, Elliott, Fagan, Farrell, Footit, Frank, Gardner, Giles, Gilligan, Gilliland, Gladden, Graff, Gregg, Gruning, Gustafson, Harris, Harrison, Hart, Hayden, Hayes, Haynes, Heffelfinger, Hickox, Higgins, Hoffman, Howard, Howe, Howland, Hunley, Hutchison, Jackson, Jenkins, Johnson, Kalb, Kilgallen, King, Knowlton, Krieger, Learned, Lee, Lewis, Lillis, Lynn, MacFarlane, Martzall, Mastbaum, Mates, Mayerhoff, McDuffie, McGinnis, McHenry, McLaughlin, Megowen, Merrill, Merwin, Meyer, Millard, Milne, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Mortimer, Mowrey, Muchmore, Murphy, Murray, Myers, Nahm, Neal, Per Lee, Potter, Pratt, Preston, Read, Reardon, Ridout, Risien, Ritter, Rousseau, Rudisill, Russell, Salzenstein, Sharpe, Shaw, Simmons, Simons, Springer, Stahl, Stumpf, Sullivan, Taylor, Thayer, Thurlow, Tong, Urban, Van Olinda, Vredenburg, Walker, Waterhouse, Weber, Weeks, Weinges, Wiliams, Williams.
Labels: Connecticut, Insurance Records
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