History of DuPage County, Il. 1882

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This database was drawn from the book, History of DuPage County, Ill. edited by Rufus Blanchard, 1882. There were 2 sets of page numbers used in the original edition, so I labeled the biographical one "B" and the front section "A". I tried to document the pages where the families were mentioned, except for the military lists. I made very few corrections, such as spelling changes for my own families. I hope this helps people who are out of the area and could not get access to the book otherwise.

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  • ID: I4428
  • Name: Luther PRATT 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: in Mass.
  • Death: 1846 in Wayne twsp, DuPage County, Il.
  • Residence: 1844 Wayne twsp, DuPage County, Il.
  • Note: bought a small piece of land by Wayne Station on the Chicago & North Western Railroad

    Father: Peter PRATT b: in Mass.
    Mother: Olive SHORT b: in Mass.

    Marriage 1 Ruby SHIPPY b: in Vermont
      1. Has Children Peter PRATT b: 1 MAR 1823 in Erie County, NY
      2. Has No Children Olive PRATT
      3. Has No Children Mary PRATT
      4. Has No Children Philigus PRATT
      5. Has No Children Eleanor PRATT
      6. Has No Children Christopher PRATT
      7. Has No Children Rebecca PRATT
      8. Has No Children Annetta PRATT

      1. Title: History of DuPage County, Illinois by Rufus Blanchard, 1882
        Page: p 209 B

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      I have also added some from the 1874 Atlas & History and the 1859 History of DuPage

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