John Webber Gaunt died 53 years to the day after his father did, and his father happened to be 53 when he died.
Eleanor Thackeray, daughter of Joseph Thackeray and Mary Dubois, was born September 24, 1842 in Indiana, possibly in Ripley County. She is my 3rd cousin 4x removed on my Gauntt line through the Thackerays.
Margaret Ethel Gauntt, daughter of Garrett Hobart Gauntt and Phyllis Alice Sanderson, was born September 24, 1916 in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey. She is my half 3rd cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.
Neil Bennett was born September 24, 1947 in Hancock's Bridge, Salem County, New Jersey. He was the first husband of Patricia Ann Lore, daughter of Clarence Newcomb Lore and Dorothy Mae Sellers, who is my half 1st cousin on my Sellers line.
Robert Eric Socherman was born September 24, 1972. He is my 4th cousin once removed.
Andrea Michelle Ellis was born September 24, 1979. She is my 2nd cousin once removed.
Mark Allen was born September 24, 1980. He is my 5th cousin 2x removed.
George Washington French Gaunt, son of John Gaunt, Jr. and Elizabeth Colson French, died September 24, 1918 in Mullica Hill, Gloucester County, New Jersey at the ae of 53. He is my 4th cousin 3x removed via the Gaunts.
Henry Bullock Heath, son of Henry Heath and Eliza Bullock, died September 24, 1932, probably in Warren County, New York, at the age of 86. He is the great-granduncle of my aunt Mary McStroul and her sister Jean Williams, and the great-great-granduncle of my 1st cousin Todd Meckler and my not-quite-cousin Angela Williams.
John Webber Gaunt, son of George Washington French Gaunt and Anna Gill West, died September 24, 1971 in Camden, Camden County, New Jersey at the age of 74. He is my 5th cousin 2x removed via the Gaunts.
Preston Crawford, son of Henry Crawford, Jr. and Channy Mariah King, died September 24, 1982 in Upatoi, Muscogee County, Georgia at the age of 73. He is the 1st cousin 2x removed of my not-quite-cousin Angela Williams on her Crawford line.
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